I've been getting so many miracles with my healings lately that it's quite astounding - even to me! I've seen healing miracles take place all my life but they seem to be happening more and more often. I believe this is because the higher light beings who work through me are able to do so more effectively - in short, we are working better and better as a team! They provide the healing energies and I provide the vessel to bring the healing energies into the Earth plane. Some people assume that because I am a spiritual healer, or energy healer, that I am dismissive of conventional medicine and doctors. Not at all! I think they work beautifully together and both are more powerful when they're combined. I do wish conventional doctors would work in partnership with healers because together we can truly work wonders. One such miracle story I have of this (one of many!) was during one of my visits to Geneva. I recount this story in my book, Hands On Forever but I wanted to put it down in my blog as well.
I had already done a number of sessions with a lovely woman in Geneva and all was mostly fine until she got pregnant with her second child. She was hoping to come and see me as I was due to be in Geneva but a few days before I got there, she gave birth prematurely at just 26 weeks to a little baby boy, Leo. He weighed a mere 1.9 lbs.
The first few days for her were a blur as she was in complete shock. Leo was put in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and by the fourth day the doctors told her that Leo needed to have an operation to treat his PDA (Patent Ductus Arteriosus). It was then, in despair, she went straight back to her hospital room and wrote me an email desperately asking for urgent help.
I replied straight away and said I was sending healing and angels to Leo. Then we talked for a while on the phone and I gave her as many of the visualisation tools that I could think of to help her and Leo. Also, we talked about asking for help from our angels. I told her about the sign she would get to know that the angels were with her and helping. It would be a white feather.
Before we hung up, I told her I would continue every day to send healing and angels. Later, she told me that was she was leaving the hospital that night, she met her partner and her daughter who were waiting outside for her, and as she looked down, she saw a white feather by her feet!
Two days after that first operation the doctors confirmed what they feared – Leo had necrotising enterocolitis which had led to a perforation in his intestine and they needed to operate immediately.
His mother called me again in a terrible state, saying this was such a big operation, and she just hoped he would survive. “Keep positive,” I said, “I will be flying over tomorrow and will ring you as soon as I get there.”
The flight seemed endless, and I was just praying that Leo would be okay.
I rang his mother as soon as I landed. Leo had got through the operation and was fighting for his life. I asked if I could come and see him tomorrow, Saturday, if the staff would let me into ICU. I thought the chances of them letting me in ICU were not good but it was worth a try!
Happily, when the doctor was asked for permission to let a healer to come in and spend some time with Leo, his reply was, “Any help would be good in this case, yes, on the condition that she doesn’t set their machines off!”
When I arrived at the hospital and met Leo's mother, she looked worn out and anxious. We hugged each other then went up to the ICU. I was given a mask and gloves, and in we went. It was heart wrenching to see these little babies on support machines and fighting for their lives.
It was silent in the room, bar a couple of nurses moving from one baby to the other, checking monitors, adjusting tubes, and changing dressings. I was led to Leo’s incubator and it broke my heart to see this tiny little thing fast asleep, with tubes attached to him, and trying desperately to survive.
‘Well, now what?’ I thought. ‘Do I put my hands through the port doors of the incubator, obviously I can’t touch him, or do the healing from the outside?' His mother interrupted my thoughts by opening the little port doors and said, “There you go!”
Gently I put my hands through and I kept them a couple of inches away from his body. I stayed that way with him for an hour.
Afterwards, his mother and I de-gloved, de-masked and went downstairs. Then she turned to me with a worried look. I already knew the question that was coming.
“Will he survive?” she asked.
Immediately, without any thought, I replied, “He is an old soul, very strong, and of course he will.” I just knew it was true.
Before I left, I gave her my angel stone, which I charged with healing energy specifically for Leo. From that day on, it was always in the incubator with him.
By Monday, Leo still hadn’t had any bowel movements, so again I was asked for help. Straight away, I said, “Poo angels on their way!” Later that day she picked Leo up for his daily cuddle and kept the angel stone in the hand that was covering him. When the nurse picked him up to put him back in his incubator his little stoma bag was full of meconium (baby poo).
I started work at the healing clinic on the Monday but was in touch every day re Leo’s progress. By the Wednesday the doctors considered he was doing so well that he could be moved to the neonatal unit, and on the Friday he was taken to his new home.
Saturday morning, I was back to see Leo and give his usual hour’s healing. When I went into the neonatal unit and started to open the port doors of the incubator, the new nurse that was looking after him was furious and forbade me to put my hands in. “OK no problem, I shall place them outside the incubator.” She said that she found my visit ‘destabilising’ for Leo. By request of the mother, though, I carried on regardless.
When we returned that afternoon, the same grumpy nurse was very excited! She said that Leo had had his best day yet, and they had turned the CO2 in his oxygen down to 32 per cent! A couple of days later, his mother found Leo clutching his angel in his tiny hand!
When I returned to the UK we kept in touch, promising to send Leo and the family distant healing every day. The doctors apparently constantly expressed surprise at Leo’s recovery and progress. Three months later he had an MRI of his brain and the doctor who did the reading of the scan could not believe it when she was told how premature he had been.
Not long after Leo had a scheduled stoma reversal operation. The surgeons told the family that recovery would take anything from ‘a few weeks to many weeks’. He would have to be fed through a tube to begin with until he could start drinking milk from a bottle or the breast again.
I was in constant touch over that time. Not only did the operation go very well but the surgeons were astounded to see that within a couple of days he was drinking again from a bottle and having bowel movements.
Within less than a week he was ready to be discharged but unfortunately caught a bacterial infection. This sent his mother over the edge and she rang me in hysterics, crying that she felt Leo and she couldn’t take any more. I tried to calm her down and reassured her he would be fine.
Four months after his birth, Leo finally went home. Four months later he had his first big evaluation in terms of development. He passed all his tests with flying colours. The next time I was in Geneva, the three of us had lunch together. It was a magical reunion. Leo came straight into my arms, put his head on my shoulder, and almost immediately, fell asleep.
This is just one example of how conventional and alternative medicine can work together. It's not about choosing one over the other, it's about combining the best of both.
Lots of love, Zoe xx
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Intuitive healer, horse whisperer and animal communicator who works with the angels to offer healing and guidance to all beings.