Moira Shepard loves to share the magic of instant change through miraculous healing every Monday in Miracles with Moira. It’s fast, easy and fun! Experience the red-hot healing technique sweeping the planet – ThetaHealing – around a fascinating new topic every week.
"Hi, I’m Moira Shepard. My background includes works as an award-winning journalist, performer, publicist, columnist, critic, editor, marketing maven … I’ve even been a mime.
It all came to a dead halt in March 1997, when a back injury left me paralyzed for four years and bedridden for another three. After five failed surgeries, the doctors gave up on me.
' There are two types of change:
the change we choose,
and the change that chooses us.'
— Linda Ellerbee
Alternative healers gave me the ability to remain vertical for 10 to 15 minutes a day – a big improvement over the way I’d been living up until then.
Early one morning in November 2003, a miraculous energy awakened me in mind, body, heart and soul. It left me knowing I had to get out of bed to take part in healing the world. I consecrated my life that day to becoming a healer. Because I’d had a miraculous healing, I wanted to find a way to show others how to heal as quickly and easily as I had done.
'We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned,
so as to have the life that is waiting for us.'
— E.M. Forster
Within 20 months, I was back on my feet and certified as a master results coach, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner, hypnotherapist, and expert in Radiance Technique ® and The Sedona Method. Then I found ThetaHealing – a fast, easy, totally teachable way to create miraculous healings.
Since then, I’ve taken every class and become licensed to teach every ThetaHealing course available. My private practice extends from Sherman Oaks, CA, to Singapore. People all over the world read and listen to “Miracle Minute.” I spend my life doing what I love.
If you look in the dictionary under 'Blessed,' you’ll see my picture there. Thank you for taking the time to read this."
— Moira Shepard
It is never too late to be what you might have been.
— George Eliot