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A Miraculous Healing on Caroline Myss’ Book Tour

October 1, 2009

Caroline Myss

I came across this profound story of healing and grace in an e-mail from Hay House, the publisher of Caroline Myss‘ upcoming book, Defy Gravity: Healing Beyond the Bounds of Reason. I love stories like this! I’ve heard countless stories of spontaneous healings from afflictions of all types and I never tire of them.

The following story occurred during Caroline’s tour for her book, Entering the Castle: An Inner Path to God and Your Soul.

Incidentally, Caroline wrote the Foreword for and contributed a wonderful story to my book, Sixty Seconds: One Moment Changes Everything.

You never really know how or when your life is going to change, and that’s for the best. If someone had said to me, “Be on the lookout tonight, Caroline, because someone is going to experience a spontaneous healing in your audience,” how would I have reacted? And at whom would I have looked? Would I have cast my attention to the two people in wheelchairs? Would I have asked for a show of hands to count how many people were ill, just to see how many subjects were in the running? I don’t know what I would have done. But a healing did happen that night while no one was looking.

The evening was part of a book tour. It was planned as the usual type of event, at which I introduce my book, chat about it for a couple of hours, answer some questions, and then autograph copies. But that’s not what happened on this evening. It started out that way, yet as I began to describe the “interior castle,”—the image Saint Teresa of Ávila used to beautifully describe the inner soul—I could tell that my words were not communicating its power or mystical significance. The people in the audience were simply not relating to the seductive power of their souls through words, and it was obvious that (more…)