My Psychic Told Me So
how many grains of salt do with take when it's good news?
Date: 3/31/2014 3:59:57 AM ( 6 y ) ... viewed 2398 times
My posts are getting farther between, maybe because my regimen is pretty settled now, and I’m not trying new things as much. Or maybe because I feel uncertain that anyone is actually reading this. I know it shouldn’t matter: I originally started this with the intention of documenting my journey. But I also wanted to provide some input on the subject, once I realized how very little recent information is on the internet, be it on Curezone or elsewhere. I was hoping to bring the topic back to forefront, I suppose. There HAS to be other people who are trying to live their lives without the HIV meds, so where are they?
There is a well-known psychic in our city that has done readings for me and some friends of mine over the years. I’m not a skeptic, but I am very aware of a “psychic” who is extremely vague or is basically just a mildly intuitive person giving you advice. No, this woman is for real. Of anyone I know, her predictions, be they past, present or future, have always been spot on. This last time I went to see her, a few weeks ago, I hadn’t been to her for about three years prior. I told her this time that I had health issues, and wondered if living in a different environment was a good idea fo me. She immediately picked up that I had problems with my immune system “like an auto-immune disease or something”. I nodded but didn’t elaborate. But she did: she told me that it was going to get progressively worse over the years, that there was a “drink” that I was doing that was very good for keeping me healthy (I take the MMS as a juice or tea drink). She made it very clear that the drink would not cure me, and she looked at me seriously as if she knew that I was hoping that it would, but said that it would kill off other things in my body so that my immune system didn’t have to fight them off. Which is exactly what MMS is claimed to do. I asked her if I ever would start taking pills again, and she said that yes, I would need to eventually, but that they wouldn’t “rule my life”. She told me that it was important to keep a balance, and that while it was good that I was focusing so much on my physical health, that it was also important that I keep a social life as well. Which is totally accurate also: I have been very isolated from friends for many months while I have been studying and being my own guinea pig. And it’s been lonely some of the time. She said that I was doing everything right, with the exception of exercise - I need to exercise more. She said that was extremely important to keep my health up. Of course anyone could say that, but the truth is that I notice a HUGE difference in my vitality when I work out, and it seems to clear out a lot of junk in my body. And it is the one thing in my regimen that tends to fall to the wayside when my life gets off course. I have to prioritize it or it just will not happen. She made many other statements about my love life and family that were true and helpful, and when I voiced my concern that my boyfriend would have to take care of me one day when I got sick, she looked at me funny and said, “Why are you worrying about that now? You’ve got twenty healthy years in front of you before you will start to get sick”. I think I started crying. I know, I know, I can’t just take that to be the golden gospel and assume that I am not going to get sick anytime soon. But just to open my mind to that possibility was overwhelming. You see, I began this journey of being medicine-free with a lot of courage. I had no idea what I was stepping into - and if you ask my doctor, I could just drop dead any minute. I thought I had faith this whole time as well, but when the psychic said those words, that I could (would!) live twenty more healthy years, it became clear that I had never actually believed that could be possible. It’s still hard for me to wrap my head around. I would be living into my late fifties! And while that may not sound like a promising life span for a lot of people, it is a big deal to me. Twenty years is a long time. I am SO very ok with that. I might even get to be a grandma.
The last time I had visited this psychic, I was there mostly to ask questions about my relationship that was ending, and to get some insight as to when and where I should move. She answered my questions, saw things that were happening that I didn’t tell her, but she kept bringing up my health, which I did not want to talk about. I kept changing the subject, but she continued to pull the conversation back to it. She was concerned, and wanted me to know that I had some underlying condition that I should be aware of. I was not interested in hearing that might not be healthy - I still hadn’t made up my mind how I felt about the virus I was living with. I took the meds like a good girl and didn’t put a lot of thought into it, because I didn’t know WHAT I believed. So it was interesting to be able to let her speak freely about my health an hear what she had to say about it. I don’t know if she remembered me from the years before - I didn’t ask her.
I don’t care if a person ‘believes’ in psychics or mediums or in anything at all. I know that this woman has helped me and a great deal of people immensely, and she has never tried to weasel extra money out of me or tell me only what I want to hear. I’m fortunate to live in the same city as her - a friend of mine travels a great distance to consult with her, as I’m sure others do.
I just wanted to share the good news.
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