Clearly there is evidence that our minds play a deciding role in our health.Of course people die as well. But there should be no implying that they 'failed' to survive or that they just didn't try hard or well enough. Our language reflects too much cultural negativity surrounding death. We are stuck on outmoded precepts that (a) keep us from accepting death as one of the transitions in the process of living, and (b) confines us into the most narrow view of dis-ease as something (only) debilitating. It confounds our ability to cope with dis-ease and/or honour those who are undergoing that process. It keeps us 'unenlightened'. The illnesses we have classically considered terminal are as affected as much by mind-set as by medicine. There is abundant evidence that hope works. Everyday, miracles reflect well the power of hope. Miracle is a term applied to an extraordinary event believed to be supernatural. We become used to identifying uncommon 'turns' in events as having divine intervention. I do not say this is not so, in my believing in miracles, but I also believe we ought to see our own hand(s) in the making of miracles. This does not diminish the remarkable nature of miracles -- rather it enhances it. (Perhaps it affirms our connectedness to God.)
The illnesses we have classically considered terminal are as affected as much by mind-set as by medicine. There is abundant evidence that hope works.Many miracles are brought into being by the sheer determination of the will (often against formidable odds frequently wrought from ignorance -- even those determined by advanced medical science). Never underestimate the power of the will to live. Miracles are carried by us all. Many are about how hope is accessed. Learn how to better ingress yours. Let us stop deaths due to ignorance. Keep angelic hope alive! Share our miracles by revealing what we do know about the powers of the angel live, the mind, love, hope, prayer, responsibility, understanding and acceptance. Also that internalized phobias and fears are very detrimental and ought to be resolved to reduce their potential and evident harm.