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New “Miracle of the Month” column begins from Dr. John Gonino D.O, P.A.

Dr. John Gonino

Dr. V. John Gonino D.O., P.A, owner of the Gonino Center for Healing in Heath. Hello everyone and welcome to this column that for the time being will be titled “Miracle of the Month.”

Beginning two weeks from now and continuing at least monthly, indefinitely, I will be sharing many of the medical miracles that we have been fortunate enough to witness here at the Gonino Center for Healing in Heath.

Webster’s New World dictionary defines a miracle as “a happening that seems to be against the known laws of nature or science, thought of as caused by God.” It is important for me to emphasize the point of God’s involvement in the cases that I will be sharing – every one of the persons I will be discussing has a very strong faith in God, the creator of all.

 To further emphasize my point, I do not believe these miracles are possible without the intercession of the energy of the Holy Spirit. It is very possible that I may quote the Bible. If this offends anyone, I apologize in advance. I am a follower of Jesus Christ, though I attribute this to my Christian upbringing and don’t have any problems with followers of other faiths. I’m sure had I been raised in India I would be Hindu; in Tibet, Buddist. We all share the one creator, the one God.

With respect to the miracles that occur in our office, I see our role analogous to a table that has dirty dishes strewn across it. This represents that state of the person when they originally present to us:  tired, trouble focusing, trouble remembering, sleepy poorly, achy, tingly, bloated, nauseated, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, headaches, etc.

Our role is to clear off the dirty plates, wipe the table clean, put down a fresh tablecloth and clean silverware. The “food”, the miracle, is provided by God. The miracle itself may take different forms, depending on the goals the person seeks/what they are praying for.

Remember, the Bible tells us in John 14:12, “He who believes in me and the works that I do, he too will also do these works. And greater works than these will he do, because I go to my Father.” The last phrase is included so that we don’t get too full of ourselves - in other words, I, Jesus, will be providing the energy through which and by which the miracle is produced. I am the channel by which your words will be lifted up to the Father.

Stated another way, “The miracle represents the power of the energy field, not of the individual.” This quote is taken from a book I cherish deeply entitled “Power vs. Force” by David Hawkins, M.D, Ph.D. I will refer to the concept of spiritual energy often. If you are curious I will be referencing the preface of this book and Chapter 4 “Levels of Human Consciousness” most often.

About me personally, I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the State University of New York at Cortland in June, 1983. I received a Master of Arts degree from the University of Connecticut in August, 1984. I graduated from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth in June, 1991. I am a residency-trained, board certified family physician practicing at 6720 Horizon Road in Heath, Texas. I am an active member of The American College for Advancement in Medicine.

I look forward to bringing knowledge and light into your life in the coming months and years. With this knowledge you, too, will realize that you are a healer, and the discipleship of Christ and the circle of life continues.

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