I am sure that I am not the only person that has heard or experienced a situation where someone has been told they are terminally ill and then SUDDENLY become terminally ill. I remember my Grandfather, a very strong and powerful man, being told that he had cancer and was going to die. Well he did, but many many years later because he didnt accept the diagnosis and give up. If only we knew how to use positivity of our mind over our body. I know a yoga master that tries to explain this, but language barriers prevent me from full understanding.
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