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Miraculous healing of premature twins

Until recently I worked as a maternity nurse in a large Seattle medical center. This morning (April 28 2010) I had breakfast with a former co-worker, who told me the following story.

My friend's name is Gina Rosengrant. She and I worked on the same maternity unit, We both met Nithyananda Swami when he came to Seattle in April 2009 to present Kalpataru and Yoga Spurana. When we learned that he would return on Nov 3 to repeat Kalpataru, we were excited and looked forward to spending more time in his presence.

On Oct 24, nine days before Swami was due in Seattle, Gina assisted with the delivery of severely premature twins, a boy and a girl. They were barely 24 weeks of gestation and were unable to breathe on their own. As the days passed, they struggled to live. Gina was a frequent visitor to the infant ICU. The day before Kalpataru, she learned from the nursing staff that the little boy was not expected to live, and the girl was barely holding her ground.

As Gina sat with the tearful parents, she mentioned that she was going to see a great saint the next day who was famous for healing. She asked if she could take a photo of the twins with her. The parents agreed. The photo was made and on the following day, Gina showed it to Nithyananda Swami during Kalpataru darshan. She says he took one look at the photo and declared, "They will be healed."

That was at about 4 pm. At 6 pm the little boy suddenly took a jump of improvement. By 9 pm he was fighting his respirator ( a positive sign) and the astonished doctors decided to test if he could breathe on his own. He did. He and his sister continued to improve and eventually went home to their delighted parents.

Today, Gina told me, the twins continue to do well. The little boy had surgery recently for some complications of prematurity, but he tolerated his operation easily and is gaining strength again. The doctors continue to refer to them as the "miracle twins".

Thank you, SwamiJi!!!

Gina Rosengrant, RN, BSN, MA
Sophia Keller RN, LAc, MA


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