Sarah Gregg - The Reiki Drum Technique


Posted January 7th, 2013 | 1 Comments
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Dear Friends, sadly June made her transition very suddenly on Friday morning 4th January.  I just wanted to acknowledge her passing by way of this blog because I have been blogging about her journey for the past two years and several people have asked me how she is in the past couple of days.    June was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a very aggressive and terminal cancer at the beginning of January 2011 and was given only six weeks to live at that time.  The orthodox medical profession said there was nothing more they could do for her, so she embarked on a completely natural and alternative approach to her cancer, details of which can be found in previous blog posts.

June showed immense courage and bravery over the past two years and was blessed to be able to spend those years at home with her family and friends.  She was able to have two extra years to say goodbye to her loved ones and finish things she had wanted to finish.  She did not have to endure countless hospital or doctors visits.  Occasionally a GP would pop out to visit her, out of curiosity I think.  They kept calling her a miracle, which she was.

I spent Christmas Day with June and she was incredibly well, even commenting on the fact that it was two year’s since the diagnosis.  The family were struck with a really virulent flu virus over Christmas, I even sucuumbed, and I never get the flu,   and it was the virus which she died of.  It was just too much for her weakened immune system to cope with.  Over the past six months she had also been slowly weaning herself off the protocol she had been on.  I think she was preparing to die, and her illness was very quick and short lived.

The 21st December 2012 began a new era for everyone, the adage being “the end of the world as you know it”.  So we are embarking on a new beginning as a family, although June will be sorely missed.  She was one of the most generous, kind hearted ladies I have ever had the privilege to meet and I am extremely grateful to have had her as a mother in law.  I and many others admired her greatly for her courage over the past few years.  Even at the end of her life she refused all pain medication and died peacefully at home with her family.  I know she will be looking down on the family, and she is only on the other side of the veil.

Thank you to those of you who have been sending her Reiki during the past two years.  It was very noticeable when she was having bad days that it picked her up immensely.

I have lots of things to share with you blog wise, but just wanted to acknowledge June and her life in this post.   In gratitude, Sarah x

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