Trevor Greene’s Recovery December 13, 2009Posted by Dreamhealer in Dreamhealer.
It is heart-warming to hear Captain Trevor Greene speaking so clearly on CBC television for the Remembrance Day ceremonies. In 2006 he was attacked in Afghanistan with an axe blow to his head. His wife Debbie was told by the neurosurgeons that Trevor has a “severe neurological deficit” and was in a “persistent vegetative state”. The doctors indicated that they did not expect him to regain consciousness.
As stated in the Maclean’s magazine article last year, “The Reawakening of Capt. Greene”, this was when Debbie contacted Adam by email urgently requesting distant healing. The subject line read: “Canadian soldier injured in axe attack needs your help” and the email ended with “We’re hoping for a miracle now.”
That was March 15, 2006 and only two days later Debbie reported that Trevor was looking a lot better, improving by leaps and bounds. He was off the respirator and his temperature had gone down from 40.6C to 37.9C. He started wiggling his toes and moving his feet. She remarked to Adam, ”Keep doing what you are doing.” Read More…