I Knew She Could Do It! – Day 337 of The Pollyanna Plan

I have the best news to share with you today.

This morning, my Mum went to the cardiologist for the results of her 24 hour ECG test. She was diagnosed with arrhythmia a couple of years ago and has been on medication ever since. The medication works by slowing her heart down to keep a regular rhythm, which made her feel 99 years old.  So, it has been her aim this year to get off the medication, which the cardiologist had said was a possibility.

Since The Pollyanna Plan began, I have been teaching my Mum all that I have learnt, especially about visualising, pre-paving, manifesting and affirmations. And guess what? It worked!!!

She called me from the hospital this morning, shouting “Weeeheee!” down the phone, as the cardiologist has given her the all clear. No more arrhythmia and no more medication! I couldn’t be more proud of her. She said she was so happy and thankful, she even kissed the doctor! 🙂

Day 337, Reason 337: Today I am ecstatic and so very grateful that my clever Mum has healed her heart and no longer needs to take medication! YIPPEEE!


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