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Say 'NO!' to Death!
by Mark McFeely, Natural healer.

Many years ago, when I lived in Ireland, a remarkable experience dramatically changed my outlook on life. I was a fast car freak in those days. I suppose I still am, but I don't have a fast car. At that time I was driving a Bristol 408, a car hand-built by the British Air Corporation. This was a powerful two door touring car with a 5.1 liter engine, something between a Rolls Royce and an Aston Martin.

One day, I was on a stretch of highway that was about 11 miles long and as straight as a die. You could see all the way to the horizon. There were three vehicles in front of me; a little red pick-up truck, a Mercedes-Benz, and way ahead of them a big gasoline tanker-truck. This was only a two lane highway, but there was nothing coming towards me on the other side, and I just could not resist the temptation. I pulled out onto the other side and hit the gas.

Within seconds I was hurtling along at over one hundred and twenty miles per hour. This was before we had speed limits in Ireland. The adrenalin was pumping in me and I was pumping the gas pedal. First, I raced past the pick-up truck. Then, as I passed the Mercedes, the Gas truck signalled and pulled over onto the side margin. As I approached the Gas truck, the driver turned on the other turn signal and proceeded to drive straight accross the road. By this time I was doing one hundred and twenty eight miles per hour (one remembers little details like this), and there was nowhere to go.
I remember thinking that I had really blown it this time. The feeling was that this was it. I was certainly going to die. There was no room or time to manoever. Say "Goodbye!".

In a flash I had a preview of hitting the truck, causing it to burst open, spraying the gasoline over my engine, and instantly bursting into flames. I saw myself perish in this big ball of twisted metal and fire. What happened next changed me for ever. I heard myself scream "NO!" In that instant time slowed down to where it seemed as though I was watching everything in very slow motion, much like those action replays in a ball game on TV. Suddenly, I had all the time in the world. I braked, changed gears, and steered that enormous car, which had no power steering, around that truck. Once I got the car straightned out I applied the brakes with all my might. All I could see in the rear view mirror was the smoke and dust from my tires.

When I finally brought the car to a halt, I got out and stood on the side of the road. I was in a state of shock, and shaking with rage at the truck-driver. Within a minute or two, I got my nerve back and pursued that truck to give the driver a piece of my mind. He insisted that he had not seen me at all, and did not understand what I was going on about. Regardless, I dumped my anger on him, in words that one would not expect to hear around innocent children. I don't know how he was affected by what I said, but I do know that I felt better for it. I have to admit that he did not deserve that.

A few minutes later I was cruising down the highway again. This time, at a respectable velocity. As my mind settled down, I was impacted by the realization of what I had experienced. I was struck by the effect my decision had on the outcome of the situation. Saying "No!" to death changed everything. What I saw in that profound moment was that one's decisions have a lot to do with whether one lives or dies. Many people die because they believe that's what's happening. They make a decision on some level, and give up. The death might take some time to show up, but I know that it comes from that decision. Since then I have been in many dangerous situations, but I am always conscious in my decision that I am not going to die. This is true whether it is a matter of a traffic situation, my health , or whatever.

Fate did not determine the result - I did. Take it from me, that you are not a victim of circumstances, whether of your creation, accidental or otherwise. In over 40 years of working as a healer, often with supposedly terminal cases, I have seen the evidence, both ways. I have no doubt about it. You have something to say about the outcome.

Your decisions can save your life. Mine did. And continue to do so.

 


* Mark McFeely, 8/2004. All rights reserved.



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Click here for more information

Mother/Child healing connection

Heal my disbelief

Say No to Death!

Normal or Healthy - What's your choice? 

 Unfinished Business

Modern Meds = New World Religion

Just Looking

Live to Live, or Live to Die?

Fireman's story

Dying for Love

The car of his dreams

Safe Male