Jerry Hicks’ State of Health
Even though it’s none of our business, it’s not unusual to have questions about someone else’s experience.
Especially when it’s someone we look up to as an example of how to live.
To the extent we can learn from it, be inspired by it or feel better by looking, I am all for getting in someone else’s business.
Since we’ve learned from Abraham that disease is a result of our vibration, and we assume Esther and Jerry Hicks are pretty good vibration managers, it does naturally lead one to ask what’s up with Jerry Hicks.
Last Wednesday Jerry sent out out an email sharing these details:
On March 12 we slept next to the dock with many yachts from many different parts of the world in the slip right outside our window. The next morning I had a large welt on the inside of my wrist that looked like a spider bite. It seemed to resolve itself as time went along forming a pea-shaped nodule on my wrist.
On April 18, I showed it to a dermatologist in Del Mar and she immediately decided to scrape it off and sent it in for a biopsy. We … heard back from the biopsy results that there was something amiss relative to my white blood cell count and she put us in touch with a dermatologist. The subsequent blood test showed my white blood cell count was extremely exaggerated and the physician insisted I undergo immediate treatment with no delay. He pointed out a number of options, one of them was to use the “big guns” (heavy chemotherapy) and so we decided to go along with that and checked into the hospital on May 6th.
We were swept up in such an obvious current of amazing “path of least resistance” events unlike anything we’ve ever experienced before. The strong feeling that we were proceeding in exactly the right direction continued as my response to these “big guns” was a week of no discomfort and none of the highly forewarned side effects. Everyone around us at the hospital kept speaking their surprise at my unusually comfortable experience. We are now in day 18 of a 28 day regimen of bringing my blood counts back into perfect balance.
Jerry plans to rejoin Esther at the workshops after he regains 15 pounds. Read the full post here if you’re interested.)
From the notes I’m getting it’s clear that deliberate creators are wondering how Jerry was a match for this experience, when everything Abraham trains us toward would seem to steer us clear of something like this.
I’ll share my thoughts in the comments, which I invite you to do as well. Together maybe we’ll better understand how this all works.
More importantly, and in keeping with the advice Lisa shared in her article on Maria and Arnold, I’m inviting everyone reading this to hold nice strong happy healthy pictures of Jerry.
Quoting a fellow creator:
“Feel free to think about me strong, whole and healthy, but for God’s sake if you’re feeling sorry for me mind your own damn business.”
Update: Jerry Hicks passed away on November 18, 2011. Read Esther’s note about it here.