Yesterday I attended an interview with Jason Crigler which blew my mind! This guy truly did defy all the odds which were stacked up against him. Jason is one of New York’s most sought-after guitarists, he suffered an AVM brain hemorrhage whilst playing a gig in Manhattan, at the time his wife (who was also 2 months pregnant) was there with him. During the interview Jason shared how this challenge struck his life, he said he felt lucky that his wife was with him at the gig and that he was not alone otherwise the outcome may have been very different.
I saw this as Jasons support from the universal powers, he was somehow protected, rather than just lucky. The universe orchestrated it so that, even during the most traumatic of times in his life, Jason was not alone.
This continued throughout his recovery, his family support him and even when everything appeared too negative to deal with, including what the doctors were saying, his family expected a positive outcome and knew they could all get through it…. Jason clearly had a passion for life, his family, his daughter, his music which spurred him on and continues to spur him onto great things.
The key points which Jason talked about which inspired and moved me were about taking steps to move forward everyday, even if they are only small steps. Noticing the gifts in your challenges rather than focusing on the hardships to make everyday better. Realising the ability we all have to choose how we want to see things. Choice is something we can all do…
He is choosing to see the gifts rather than focus on the hardships making everyday better and better….
I always say that everything in life comes down to our mindset, the energy we have surrounding situations and also the energy around us. I have to give a BIG shout out to Jason here for backing this up and showing that anyone truly can defy all the odds and create miracles in each and every day. Thank you Jason, you are an inspiration to the nation and I am so very grateful I got to listen to your interview with Patrick Combs. Wonderful!
In January this year I was diagnosed with Meniere’s Dis…ease, I was told that my hearing, balance and health would not improve, that it would only get worse. I know different to this and I get better and better everyday, all I see is improvements, I believe this to be true and look for the best in each and everyday. Jason, you have given me so much strength to continue on my path, you have also inspired me to share more about my health situation, it is a gift and a way to help others bring about positive change. ♥ Thank you thank you thank you!
If you would like to learn more about Jason’s story I highly recommend checking out the following links. I have also added Jasons Music Video below this post… Very beautiful & moving 🙂
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With Positive Vibes & Love,
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