Cerebral Palsy Reversed!

I have a success story to tell … I once had Cerebral Palsy (CP), and now I don’t.
Along my healing journey that began over a decade ago, I have found many tools – and people – that have supported my healing, my wellness, and my potential. One of my starting points was when I began a Neuro Re-Patterning program through The HANDLE  Institute. As a result, I gradually went through metamorphic changes in my body and mind that were driven by my heart and spirit. Little did I realize that was just the beginning of ongoing transformations to come.
Despite having been placed in special education throughout primary schooling, in 2012 I concluded a triumphant academic experience when I made the Dean’s list in the first quarter of college. In addition, I was guided to a new friend, Tiffany Powers, for assistance with something unrelated to my diagnosed condition of CP. Tiffany introduced me to Theta Healing in my first personal ThetaHealing® session, with her as a practitioner. Then, a number of months later, Tiffany was my first basic and advanced DNA class facilitator. Theta Healing activates our DNA at the level of our highest potential. Working with Tiffany enabled me to restore and renew my connection to my Higher Power for the better like never before.
Afterward, I had ThetaHealing® sessions addressing CP, with Pamela Duff and Jennifer Farley. It was amazing to experience the subtle energy shifts that took place, energizing the neural pathways in my nervous system. My processing of thoughts into motor actions such as thinking and writing was greatly eased and the speed increased. My experiences compelled me to take an additional series of Theta Healing classes four months after the basic courses.
Therefore,  for 9 weeks that started in January 2013, I did a marathon of 10 Theta Healing classes, 9 of which were facilitated by Suzanne Dann, who naturally offered a generous spirit of supportive nurturing and taught me so much. One of those classes was a two-day class with Tiffany Powers mixed in between that power series I had. I wouldn’t necessarily recommend taking so much back to back like that, however, I was already used to lots of stimulation with college and felt I could take this on, I was so ready to purge and recharge. I knew intuitively that taking further classes would catapult me into internal changes that I felt were required. This would enable me to clean the slate of my past sooner than later so that I could get on constructively with my life with more ease and joy.
In my discoveries experimenting probabilities, I’ve learned resilience to survive man-made ‘diagnoses’ of physiological labels by way of having thrived after the following challenges; Cerebral Palsy (I once had), living in multiple foster homes and having been mentally handicapped. 

The gifts of having invested in ThetaHealing®: ThetaHealing® not only helped facilitate energetic change that contributed to the restoration of the brain damage that resulted in Cerebral Palsy, despite society’s beliefs that it is incurable. Furthermore, I have more fully stepped into my individuality, with clarity and empowerment. It greatly contributed to my being able to fully overcome shocks and traumas from a childhood of adversity. I know how to transform the seemingly impossible into the probable. I offer my deepest gratitude and appreciation to all who have contributed towards this becoming probable in every way, including, Karen Greenberg with her Kabbalah courses. Lastly, I give thanks to everyone else who has contributed to my expanded awareness and those I’m currently in a supportive connection with.

Pass On The Gift

I recently saw this and immediately thought of you the reader. I’m putting it here for you to read and reread whenever you need motivation
Setting Yourself FREE From A Life You Hate To Living a Life You Love: Pass On The Gift
Right now, there is a person in this world who is encountering the same grief you’ve gone through and they are desperate for comfort, for hope, and to hear words that assure them someone understands. They don’t know how they are going to make it through this. They don’t even know if they want to make it through this. All they know is that they are hurting and it seems the pain will never end. You can comfort them.
Right now, there is a person in this world who has just been deeply wounded in the same way you once were. They are feeling raw and vulnerable, angry at the world, wondering why it happened to them, just wishing their life would return to the way it was before, and so broken on the inside that healing seems an impossibility. You can help them heal.
Right now, there is a person in this world who is on the verge of making a mistake you once made. They have been traveling this path because there was no one there to guide them, to tell them a better way, and they are running full tilt toward the cliff’s edge with no warning signs. You can save them.
Right now, there is a person who has just experienced a major failure in their life. They are ashamed and embarrassed, trying to pretend it didn’t happen. They are about to quit on a dream because they think that the failure means they are a failure. They are feeling frustrated, discouraged, and defeated. You can encourage them.
Right now, there is a person who has just betrayed someone they love and they are alternating between self-loathing, denial, and hopelessness. They are afraid that nothing they could ever do would set things right. They hate looking in the mirror for fear of what they will see looking back at them. They are running from the truth because acknowledging it will require them to face up to what they’ve allowed themselves to become. You can confront them with compassion, restore their hope, and give them the strength to make the changes they must make in order to restore the relationship.
Your story, in its raw, naked, and unvarnished truth, can do all of that and more. It can pull someone who is considering suicide back from the edge. It can build bridges of peace, save lives, and literally write the world a better place. All you have to do is open up and let people in to those places and spaces of your life that you’ve been closing off until now.
Nothing that has happened to you in your life has to be wasted. Everything that you have, until now, hidden from sight in shame or in hoping that it would just go away can be transformed, repurposed, and reused to bring hope, healing, encouragement, strength, and compassion to those in need. Everything that has happened to you can become a gift that you pass on to others.
Every ounce of the darkness that you have undergone can become a light that shines so brightly that those who are lost can look to it and find their way, those who thought they were all alone can look to it and know that someone who understands them is near, and those seeking wisdom will find it and be set free of their fear.
It won’t be easy. I won’t lie. The road will be long and the journey at times exhausting, but in the work you do will be a joy and a peace that nothing else in life can bring. You will know that you are doing work that you were truly meant to do. You will know that every moment of your life is infused with meaning and purpose. You will have no fear about people discovering who you really are because you will be telling them and living it openly, honestly, and without artifice.
You will be set free of the burdens of guilt and shame, released from feeling the need to lie and deceive in order to be loved, and while you will still experience pain, sorrow, and grief, you will know that none of those things can work against you. All of them will work for you, helping you to achieve your goals of writing the world a better place. All of them will give you new stories to tell, new people to reach, and new perspectives to offer.
This is your call. This is your opportunity to enter that hero’s journey. This is your opportunity to step into the power that is yours and yours alone to offer the world. Will you do it? The world is waiting.

Making the Seemingly Impossible, Probable

In my discoveries to experiment with probabilities, I’ve learned resilience to survive man-made ‘diagnoses’ of physiological labels by way of having thrived after the following; cerebral palsy that is considered to be incurable, segregation in special education programs, stigmas and challenges I endured after having been in a broken foster care system, survived being bullied in different ways in the past by peers and adults alike, and now having had metamorphic changes in my body since I started on my healing journey. Stay tuned to my book that is in progress of being written.
Callie K LeVina

HANDLE exercise benefits

Have you ever experienced the wonderful benefits of using a crazy straw, a straw with with some creative design to it?
Amazingly, all it takes is drinking a minimum of 8 oz of liquid with a straw per day, to help with strengthening binocular vision… by way of utilizing the sucking muscles. This is why baby’s instinctively know to suck a lot, in order to develop the eye’s. In so doing, the splinter muscles get strengthened as well. Also, this exercise strengthens bladder and bowel control, as well as the vestibular system and splinter muscles. For further information on this exercise and its many benefits, check out the link under “Cool Stuff” on my website listed on the side.

I Beat Cerebral Palsy

I beat Cerebral Palsy. — I can offer helpful suggestions for you and your family.
I was diagnosed at birth (at 1-year-old?) as having Cerebral Palsy. As you know, CP does not affect intelligence — but it DOES affect your ability to move normally — and that affects how you are perceived in the world. You are labeled … as physically deficient — and therefore “less than.”
Not only does this labeling affect the child, but it becomes a terrible burden on the family — even when the family loves that child and wants to do the best for him or her.
Unfortunately, my family put me up into foster care, which was not so helpful.
But I have been re-writing my story about what I was born with. I chose to find out all the ways I could recover from this condition — and beat the label of .. physically and mentally deficient. I have found healing methodologies for both body, mind and spirit — and I’m here today, able to walk like a normal person, learn, write, type and interact with others like a normal person.
Now I am preparing to share my Cerebral Palsy success story with others to give new hope — and results — from the tools — and the vision — I used for myself.
I am ready to launch my message of Hope — with upcoming tips  — for Overcoming CP — in a big way.