Please note: EMC² does not diagnose, treat or cure disease. Albert Einstein reputedly said that there are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. The tags 'Miracle' and 'Miraculous' show up where AIM Program participants themselves use those words, but EMC² believes that the AIM Program is all about miracles of transformation and healing whether that word is used or not. As the saying goes, we don't believe in miracles, we rely on them. And each and every personal history revealed through these tags is about the miracle of self-healing with the AIM Program.

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Keith from Colorado - AIM participant since September 2006
Testimonial provided June 2012

Keith describes how AIM helped him to self-heal his psychiatric disabilities that had him trapped for years.
Tags: Emotional health; Fear; Lifelessness; Mental health; Miracle; Overwhelmed; Psychiatric disability; Terror;

I don't think there is any earthly way to measure how beneficial the AIM Program has been to me in every way.

In March of 2003 I was diagnosed with a psychiatric disability. In 1999 a series of bizarre, confusing, and powerfully overwhelming events seemed to hit me hard, all at the same time. By the time 2003 rolled around I was pretty much mentally and emotionally broken, and in my estimation, beyond repair. I spent 8 months in a psychiatric institution, which, while stabilizing me, left me even more drained at the end of the hospitalization then when I entered. Considering my condition at the time, this was hard for me to believe. I was 22 at the time of admission, and had basically accepted the fact that my life was over and I would die.

When I was released in November of 2003, my future seemed terrifying, overwhelming, and non-existent. The thought of living out the rest of my life in this condition seemed beyond my ability to bear. I had no hope and no joy. My life was over, in my mind at least, and I saw no way out. I felt like a lifeless zombie shuffling around without any light inside or purpose. It amazed me at the time how I was even able to physically survive. I did not even know it was even possible to suffer to that degree.

In 2004 my parents moved back to Colorado and shortly thereafter I followed along. I moved into my parents house for a few months before I was able to get admittance into a group home.

My days were grey and lifeless as I went through the motions of existence. The only activities I seemed to be able to perform outside of the necessities of life were reading and writing in my journal. Both of which I did often.

I don't remember exactly the first time I heard about AIM, but it seems to have been around mid-late 2005. I read about it in one of my books. I was very interested, but did not actually get on the AIM Program until late 2006. I got on the family plan with my parents and brother. Sometimes I wonder if they did it more for me than themselves, but either way, I was officially put on the program on September 11, 2006.

I feel as if I have lived an entire lifetime since then. The improvements to my quality of life, not to mention, the health giving benefits have been beyond where I was. There is no doubt that this progress is due in large part to the AIM Program. This Program is a miracle, and without it, I'm quite certain I would not be here writing this article today.

It was kind of like going from zero-everything. From having nothing but a daily existence of pain and misery to actually feeling like I have a second chance at life again. And not just a life of basic survival, but a good life that I'll actually enjoy and want to live.

I would recommend this program to everyone. It is a living miracle. God bless EMC˛, its AIM Program, and everyone involved. They have a special place in my heart.



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