Three out-of-the-ordinary things happened during my seminar on “Soul mates, Karma and Reincarnation” on Saturday, May 17.
First, the amount of money collected by my staff had an excess of P500. They couldn’t tell where the P500 bill came from, because nobody overpaid.
They counted the money thrice and reconciled the proceeds with the head count of participants and the number of CDs sold.
Where the extra P500 came from remains a mystery, but it could be dismissed as human error.
Second, one of the participants, businessman Renato Lim, suffered from a severe migraine and told my staff he planned to leave his car overnight in the parking lot and just take a cab because he was too sick to drive home.
I asked whether he wanted me to remove his migraine, and he said yes.
After giving him instructions on the visualization technique, I asked him how his migraine was, and he said it was “90 percent gone.”
I was happy to hear that. We talked a few minutes more about the nature of his business, when he suddenly cried, “Hey! My migraine is completely gone! Now I can drive home.” He couldn’t believe how it happened. But this could also be explained as a simple case of “spontaneous remission” of illness.
Now the third incident was the most remarkable because I could not find a rational explanation.
I channeled through automatic writing a message from the departed wife of one of the participants, broadcaster Zaldy Vilches, whom I had met several times before, but who had not attended any of my seminars until then.
Here’s what happened: While the participants were going through a past life hypnotic regression procedure that was being recorded, I sat on a sofa in front, while Zaldy was seated far from me, in the back row.
While I was meditating, I seemed to get a message meant for Zaldy and wrote it down.
As I recall it, the message went like this:
“Don’t worry about me. I am in a very happy and beautiful state.
“I want you to know that you are loved. You have been a very good husband to me and an ideal father to our children.
“I am with you all the time.”
It was signed “Izza” or “Liza.”
I was not sure then whether the message was a figment of my imagination or a real message from Zaldy’s wife, whom I know to have passed on.
So I approached Zaldy after my meditation to ask for his wife’s name.
“Nimfa,” he replied. “Why do you ask?”
“Well,” I told him. “I got a message earlier while the class was undergoing regression. It was addressed to you. I thought it came from your wife but I don’t think so, because the name is different.”
“What’s the name?” he asked. “Izza or Liza,” I said as I handed to him the message I wrote on a piece of paper I got from my pocket diary.
Zaldy read the message and turned teary-eyed and serious.
I asked if the message was meaningful or whether it made sense.
He replied “yes” as he slowly and almost reverently folded the piece of paper and carefully placed it in his shirt pocket.
Zaldy said it was possible that the message really came from his wife.
Nimfa was a senior deputy court administrator of the Supreme Court who died of pancreatic cancer on Dec. 15, 2011, about two-and-a-half years ago.
Zaldy said Nimfa was always busy with work, so he was the one who raised the children.
So, who was Izza or Liza, I asked.
Zaldy explained that Liza is his sister, who was close to his wife.
Nimfa asked Liza to take care of her in the hospital in place of Zaldy, who “couldn’t stay with her in the ICU because I couldn’t bear to see her suffer.”
“Oh,” I said. “So that must be why her name appeared in the message. Now, that makes sense to me.”
I pressed Zaldy further to say why he considered the message meaningful, because I still could not believe it came from his wife.
A message from her
Zaldy said he had always prayed for a message from her, to assure himself she was alright where she now is because “I am no longer there to protect her.”
Zaldy texted me many questions the next day.
“How did the message come to you? Did she appear to you like she was dictating to you what to write? Did you hear a voice?”
I said I did not hear any voice or see any image. Thoughts just came to my mind and I wrote them down.
I was not in a trance and the message was in my own handwriting.
That’s why I first doubted whether the message came from a spirit independent of my mind.
Another thing that also made me doubt if the message really came from the wife was that it was addressed to “Z” and not Zaldy specifically.
The broadcaster explained: “She named all our seven dogs starting with the letter Z, because she said my name was Zaldy. The names of our dogs are Zac, Zoo, Zest, Zara and so on. Well, she calls me Puppy sometimes.”
Two days after the seminar, Zaldy and I were still texting each other about the incident.
“This confirmation is what I’ve been waiting for for so long,” Zaldy told me.
“Nimfa was a very intelligent, sharp-minded person, and she only dealt with people at her level. Perhaps, she ushered me to attend your seminar to put us in a meditative mode for her to be able to access our consciousness and relay her message. Amazing!”
The more Zaldy and I analyzed and discussed the message, the more it became relevant and more convincing to him.
For instance, he researched the name Issa, and found out it was an Egyptian word meaning “God saves.”
I told him it was also the name of Jesus in India, where He is called St. Issa.
But why was the name Issa or Liza spelled with a “Z” and not with an “S?”
I know the correct spelling of these two names, but when I was writing them, I couldn’t spell it with an “S.” I automatically wrote “Z.”
Could it be because Nimfa was so fond of the letter Z that she spelled the names that way?
Zaldy recalled that Nimfa was into numerology, where each letter is equivalent to a certain number.
One last thing. When I approached Zaldy to give him the note, I felt the very strong presence of a feminine spirit beside him.
I wish to thank Zaldy Vilches for allowing me to write this story using the real names of all the people involved.
Zaldy said, “I want others to know that it’s possible to communicate with our loved ones using the power of our pure and true love for each other.”
Attend the seminar on Practical Feng Shui on May 30, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., to be conducted by Hans Cua, sponsored by Inner Mind Development Institute. Venue is at Rm. 308, Prince Plaza 1, Legaspi St., Greenbelt, Makati City. For reservations and details, call 8107245 or 0908-3537885.
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