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Candice Sanderson

In ten minutes, my life changed forever. My comfortable six decades of living became unrecognizable. Change brings different perspectives, and I soon discovered I questioned everything I knew, or thought I knew, about life.
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Thanks for this fascinating insight into your pain issues Candace. Have had a similar experience when I confronted my fear of pain about three years ago. It had stemmed from my childhood I suspect and needed dealt with. As a medium and obe traveller I had long lost any fear of death, but pain, well, different story. The large bladder stone, not discovered for a couple of months, had irritated my prostate, and as guys my age suffer that a lot, it was assumed to be the issue. Eventually they spied the “enormous bladder stone” and surgery removed it. But the intervening three months were exceeding trying, endless sporadic pain that tried more than my patience.


Thanks for the reply, Gordon. The vision allowed me reframe the pain. Seeing it as part of a healing process diminished its impact—allowed me space to breathe. 💜

I have some splinters of my own coming to the surface right now too. ♥︎ ♥︎ ♥︎

That’s so incredible and wonderful to hear! Losing your eyesight would be especially hard to deal with it seems to me. I bet you won’t want to leave the sunshine when you can be fully in it. Soon you’ll be at the beach and Florida beaches are gorgeous! My parents used to live in Panama City, FL. Beautiful!

Ric Harris

Thanks for sharing I feel for you. Been thru a lot with health problems over the years, sometimes feeling like this life is over, but really it’s strngenened me pain wise, I know in the end that all is well, we learn to accept life and seek healing on our own, albeit it slowly. God Speed to you.