Heart Surgery: A Spiritual Transformation
By Norine, Ontario, Canada
Right before my heart surgery, I sang HU as I was given the anesthetic and felt myself fading away. I remember being in a place where all was blue.
The operation went very well, and on my way back to the cardiac intensive care unit, the word Mahanta flashed into my semiconscious state. Each passing hallway light seemed to sing Mahanta to me! I didn’t even have much pain, although everyone had told me it would hurt a lot.
Going into the hospital, I knew for certain all would be well. A few weeks prior, I had already seen my surgeon on the inner. And it had been the Mahanta!
He sat behind a desk in an office. There was a beautiful and soothing painting on the wall behind him, and the colors were alive. I waited outside his door, in a wheelchair that I had driven myself. He made changes to several strands of colors, which I knew to be life energies.
During my hospital stay, I tried to be a vehicle for the ECK and sang HU when I could. I am also deeply grateful for the strength and love I received.
I thank the Mahanta for his love, presence, and protection during such a challenging time. I feel like a new person.