In a follow up to my previous post, “We Are All Spiritual Beings”, I thought it fitting to illustrate by example some of the fundamental principles of working with your spirit. In order to simplify what it means to make choices with your spirit, I picked out two examples of how children make choices for their own well-being, based on their spiritual orientation (whether they’re positively or negatively oriented). It might help to know that the healing of a child is an exceptional situation, since animals and children are exempt from the effects of placebos (as stated by a medical doctor I once met). Note that the healing process we use entails only the removal of negative spirits and negative energy from the subject and the introduction of a new positively-oriented spirit. Once the healing process is initiated, the participant must do the recommended work on their own to complete their healing.
There are two cases of natural or spiritual healing of children that stand out during the first few years that I worked with Leo Jean. The results exemplified the most negative and most positive reactions by the children working with their replacement spirits.
The first child (we’ll call her Anna) was brought to Leo by her grandmother. Anna was born blind and her mother died in childbirth in Trinidad. When her father abandoned her, Anna’s grandmother took custody and brought her to Ontario, Canada. Over the years, Anna had been taken to many specialists who all agreed that she would never see, for her retinas had never developed and her eyeballs remained the size of an infant’s. In addition, Anna’s problems included: chronic pneumonia; asthma, which forced her to use a breathing compressor four times daily; deformity of the feet, making her unable to walk without special shoes; many allergies, especially to eggs, dairy products and strawberries; and malnutrition due to lack of appetite. She had been in regular attendance as a resident at a blind institute and made frequent visits to the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto as a result of her many ailments, the most recent being two holes in her lungs. Leo never backed down from any challenge, and I was perplexed at the prospect of being able to help a child whose eyes had never developed.
We met Anna in the summer of 1987, when she was 11 years old. She was exceptionally bright and very articulate. She accepted the initial healing and began to do the follow up work on her own at her grandmother’s house. During the first half-hour healing session, Anna began to cough up a lot of phlegm. By the fourth session, twelve days later, Anna was regaining her appetite, was walking with more stability, was coughing much less and had reduced by half her time on the asthma control mask.
During the eleventh session, ten days later, Anna demonstrated good control over the movement of her eyelids, which had always remained closed since early childhood. She had stopped using the breathing compressor a week earlier and was showing good progress with the straightening of her legs and feet.
Three days later, Anna had been scheduled for surgery at Sick Children’s to repair the holes in her lungs, so her grandmother wanted to keep the appointment as a precaution. When the intern checked Andrea’s lungs and could find nothing wrong with them, she called the specialist who also tested her. He was amazed that there was no wheezing whatsoever, when only a couple of weeks earlier he had recommended surgery.
By the fourteenth session, one month after her first visit, Anna began to pick up movement and light or shadow. Her grandmother said that she was watching her closely and that she was really making progress. One day her grandmother took her to MacDonalds and she ordered her some pancakes. Only later did she realize that the pancakes were made with eggs, and Anna had had no allergic reaction. Then Anna began to dream and would wake up in the morning and tell her grandmother about her dreams. She was describing her dreams in color, but she had never actually been capable of seeing color. The grandmother checked and learned that blind people don’t dream because they have no visual references with which to formulate images.
During the next month Anna started attending a summer program at the blind institute and much of the work was undone during that time. When she came to see us at the end of the summer, Leo noticed that Anna was limping again and was no longer excited about the possibility of having eyesight. He asked her if she wanted to continue with the healing work. Much to the horror of her grandmother, Anna stated in a very steady voice: “I look forward to my next school term. I’m going to get an electronic cane and get MS, just like my friend!” Leo and I said that it was her decision, if that’s what she wanted.
At that point Leo had to console Anna’s grandmother, who was in tears upon hearing that statement. Anna had just exercised her free will. That was our signal to back off and allow her to experience exactly what she wanted in life. It was, after all, her life and, no matter how much her grandmother wanted for her to be healed, she had to want it for herself. This young girl had actually been doing the healing while working with her spirit, while Leo removed the negative influences that interfered with her. Soon after she had decided to reject the healing and stop working with her spirit, the positive spirit that Leo had provided left and another spirit took over Anna’s form.
The instance of working with another child with a positive outcome shows what wonders can be accomplished when a person fully participates in the healing process. This time the work involved a 3-year-old boy (we’ll call him Jose) originally from Argentina whose mother had brought him to see Leo because: “He’s always out playing in the mud. He never wants to pick up a pencil to write or a crayon to draw.” Jose also had large patches of eczema on both his lower legs, suffered from frequent stomachaches and was afraid to fall asleep at night. He wasn’t learning English yet, and spoke only Spanish.
On their first visit, Leo asked Jose if he would like a nice spirit like the sparkly one he was holding in his hand. Jose said that he would like that spirit. Then he told us that his spirit would grow as big as Leo’s spirit. I asked him where Leo’s spirit was, and he said: “Right there!” and pointed to his forehead. Leo showed Jose how to remove the dead and damaged cells from his legs and how to bring in the new healthy cells to take away the red spots and stop the itching. Jose said: “I will make it all go away.”
Then Leo asked Jose if he would like to use his mind power to make a spoon bend. (It’s something that Leo uses to assure people that they can direct energy from their mind to perform self-healing by using the same energy to excite the molecules in the metal.) Little Jose was fascinated with how the spoon bent as Leo held it, and wanted to do it on his own. We gave him a lesson on how to bend the spoon and he was so happy to be going home to practice.
A week later, when Jose came in to see us, his mother brought her mother to meet us. Jose’s mother said: “I don’t know what you did, but look at him! He wanted to wear his best clothes today.” Jose proudly walked in and told us that he wanted to write everything like we did, as he started to imitate our writing. His mother and grandmother agreed that he had made significant changes already. He was picking up his toys and straightening his room. His attention span was greatly improved and he was suddenly speaking English. He grinned at Leo and said that he already knew how to speak English as he pulled up his pant leg. The eczema was gone. Leo asked him about the other leg. He said: “This week, this leg. Next week, the other leg!” Then he said to his mother, as he motioned upward with his hands: “Leo goes way out, so far and so fast that you can’t even understand.” He was describing how Leo enters another dimension as he removes spirits. Jose’s mother was obviously very pleased with the positive outcome of her son’s healing.
Jose’s mother said that he had been practicing with some spoons at their restaurant. The grandmother looked on with a bit of a frown. Then Jose said, as he reached for a spoon from the box on the desk: “Look at what I can do!” The little boy rubbed the spoon at the neck, as we had shown him, while directing his mind energy at that spot. But, to my utter astonishment, he actually pulled the spoon apart as it made a slight tinkling sound. I couldn’t believe the power of that little guy’s mind! Incredible! However, grandma wasn’t happy. She muttered: “That’s evil.” I guess she was religious.
The following week, when Jose came to see us with his mom, he gleefully showed us the other leg, where the eczema had completely cleared up. He said that he no longer had stomachaches and was no longer afraid to go to sleep in his own bed. He showed us the writing that he had been practicing. His mother said that now, when he waited around the restaurant, he was spending more time writing letters and numbers and drawing, instead of crawling around on the floor. Little Jose will always be one of the most amazing children that I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with.
So, here were two stories of children who had both accepted an initial healing. Then one child decided that she’d rather stay negative, while the other child made the decision to live a more positive life. Neither child was right or wrong, and we can’t judge them for the decision they each chose. We can think that Anna’s condition was way worse and probably wouldn’t have worked. We’ll never know, because Anna‘s spirit, the one that created her, had made her blind. Anna’s grandmother wanted her to see, but maybe Anna, at some level, never wanted to see. Who are we to say? Young Jose, on the other hand, displayed enormous spiritual knowhow and reveled in it, once he was released from the imbalance of a spirit that wasn’t well suited to his body. Each child made a choice of what was right for them and they lived on accordingly.
(Note: These events actually happened over 20 years ago; I just changed the names for the purpose of confidentiality.)
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