Your Assignment for March

By | 2017-10-17T17:16:13+00:00 February 28th, 2017|Assignments|16 Comments

About the Author:

Patti Conklin, Ph.D., Medical Intutive, is a “Vibrational Intuitive” with execeedingly rare vision and the unique ability to pull disease out of the physical body. Patti is a lecturer and teacher of vibrational medicine: the method of improving health and wellness through the neutralization of “negative” vibrations in the cells of the body. She is also the author of God Within: The Day God's Train Stopped.


  1. Paula Johns May 31, 2017 at 11:00 am - Reply

    This past Monday, I was driving past a familiar, and very beautiful flower garden. The harder is on a very long little hillside right beside the country road I frequently take to get to town. Every year, I marvel at the variety and beauty of the flowers and what has to be the amount of time and effort expended to keep such a beautiful scene going. This time, there was one woman on hands and knees pulling weeds right in the middle of it. I found a place to turn my car around and drove back to where the woman was working. I stopped and got out of my car to tell her that her flowers were so beautiful and that for many years they have made me happy every time I drove by. I thanked her for creating such a beautiful place for me. She is an older woman and remarked that she liked doing this much more than “keeping house” and staying indoors. She thanked me for stopping as I thanked her yet again. We both came away smiling, with a little morejoy in our hearts.

  2. Wendy Damato March 31, 2017 at 5:51 pm - Reply

    Upon one of my many trips to the Cleveland VA Hospital this month, where my husband had number 15th surgery in the past 6 years, (he is a disabled Vietnam Veteran), there was a homeless man on the off ramp of I90 with a sign asking for help. As I got closer to him I was wondering if he was a veteran. I was feeling he need money for medication, he was around 40 years old. Due to a lot of traffic, I was unable to stop, so I turned around the next chance I had and went back to the exit ramp, waiting for traffic to die down so I could talk to him. I stopped and put my flashers on. When he was able he hobbled over to the car, he had a bad right leg. I rolled my window down and we chatted. He was not a veteran, he was disabled and waiting on his disability. He was in need of money for his medication! what little income he had didn’t cover it. So I handed him what cash I had, it happened to be $20, he was truly in shock, in disbelief of the bill I handed him. He asked my husbands name and said he would pray for him. He was sincerely humbled by my generosity. I felt the need to do more for him, I felt he need more. I have looked for him every time I go the the VA Hospital, I have yet to see him again. If I do see him, I will stop and chat again and see if I can help him in anyway. I had no knowledge of your assignment when this happened. I am also a Reiki Master, and never turn down a person need of Reiki, If I hear of someone, that I feel Reiki could help them, I will approach them, tell them about myself and gift them Reiki . Most people except, I am thankful for that, as I have a wonderful gift. This assignment was a wonderful idea….Thank you Patti!

  3. Barbara Weiss March 29, 2017 at 7:45 pm - Reply

    I was at work in the County Courthouse and had to deliver some documents to another department. I saw an elderly woman standing in the hallway and she seemed confused. I stopped and asked if I could help her. She needed to get to HR to pay her health insurance, but didn’t know where it was. I told her I could help her with that. She then said she was very warm and needed to take her coat off, but it hurt to bend her arms back because of the arthritis in her shoulders. I offered to help her and very gently maneuvered her coat little by little until it slid down her arms without causing her pain. She was so grateful, and I felt so happy and thankful that God put this beautiful woman in my path. I then helped her get in the elevator and rode with her to the second floor and walked her down the long hallway to the HR office and got her inside to speak with someone who could take her insurance payment. We had the most lovely conversation all the way to that office. She was so happy to have had that extra care and the people in HR said that they would see to it that someone went out with her when they were done helping her. I went back to my office feeling such peace. There was definitely the energy of God flowing everywhere. Loved seeing that beautiful smile on her face.

  4. Lucy Bolton March 19, 2017 at 6:26 pm - Reply

    I am a massage therapist. I have an elderly client who is bedridden, so I go to her home 3 times a week to massage her legs, arms and shoulders for 30 minutes each session. She can be very cantankerous to the point of venomous on some days…she is bitter about her condition. She lives with her 90 year old husband who has mild dementia. Today I was at her house and had just finished up with Ms Muriel…it was one of her super angry days. I was ready to get out of there and fast. As I was heading for the door, her husband pointed to his knee and asked me if it looked like it was swollen. I really did not want to talk to him at that point-I needed the fresh air and space to clear me from the bombardment of Ms Muriel’s rants. But I did. Sometimes people just need a little bit of attention, a kind touch that says “I care and you matter”. I sat with him for a few minutes, put an icepack on his knee, basically acknowledged him. I don’t even know if he will remember what I did…
    Before that interaction I was really caught up in my own mind about personal problems. I had a soft shift that is hard to explain. I don’t know what happened but I felt less burdened. I felt my inner kindness. The whole rest of the day was better because of this.

  5. Judy March 17, 2017 at 7:18 pm - Reply

    I work at a drug and alcohol rehab. I do energy card readings for clients to give them a spiritual connection hope and encouragement. It’s great to see them light up and know there not alone.

  6. Deborah Wallace March 15, 2017 at 9:42 pm - Reply

    My husband couldn’t find his credit card..Dear, dear..the last time he used it was at the Olive Garden. I went back to see if they still had the credit card. Hooray, they did have it. When the man brought out the credit card and handed it to me I was so happy. I gave him a quick hug and said Praise God. He acted super surprised & happy \o/

  7. Laurie March 15, 2017 at 12:42 pm - Reply

    I just paid for the car behind me @ Dunkin Donuts😀

  8. Stacy March 15, 2017 at 12:41 pm - Reply

    I was in line at the grocery store with a buggy full of stuff and the lady behind me had 1 item and I let her go in front of me…its not much but it made her smile

  9. Cyndi Barnett March 14, 2017 at 11:39 pm - Reply

    On Saturday I was two cars behind a three car pile up that involved a semi. I stopped to help and held an injured woman’s hand and kept her calm while I talked to 911 and waited for paramedics. Tonight my husband swerved to avoid a car that came into his lane and flipped over the median into oncoming traffic. The driver who caused the accident didn’t stop, but a witness did and helped pull my husband from his smoking truck he was pinned in. So I got my kindness back already but thank you for the assignment Patti!

  10. SBW March 14, 2017 at 1:54 pm - Reply

    Not me, but a friend of mine chooses a different family in need each holiday season to buy for. She’s older and her children have grown up and moved away, but she loves Christmas. So each year, she listens out for who is having a tough year financially. She’ll find out the children’s ages and start buying gifts. Then a week or two before Christmas, she’ll go deliver. She’s amazing and it can really make for an incredible holiday season. I know, because when I was 22, single, working for minimum wage and raising a toddler, she chose me. Love you, Linda!

  11. Letessa March 14, 2017 at 1:49 pm - Reply

    A friend of mine and I will go to the local churches when they give out food and deliver it to people that we know have no cars or jobs. There’s a lot of public housing here, but not jobs. We don’t make a big fuss about it. We’ll just send a message that says, “Got a package for you!” and leave it on their doorsteps. It’s become such a routine that I haven’t really thought about how it makes me feel. I guess it makes me feel proud and satisfied to know that these people know someone is thinking of them.

  12. Jamie March 14, 2017 at 1:41 pm - Reply

    I gave a stranger a ride. Sounds crazy, I know. It was drizzling and cold, and I swung into a gas station to grab a juice for my son before I picked him up from school. A lady was walking by and said, “I know this sounds weird, but would you be willing to take me to work? My car won’t crank. I just live up the road, and I’m just trying to get to work. I’m already late.” I was hesitant, but my gut told me, “You can’t preach acceptance, tolerance, and help thy neighbor but shut down at the opportunity to act.” So I told her to hop in. She only worked a couple of blocks over, but by the time we got there it was raining really hard. She hopped out and ran into her workplace, and I carried on with my day. I like to think that some stranger might do the same for me if I ever find myself in that situation.

  13. Stephanie March 14, 2017 at 12:35 pm - Reply

    At the local coffee shop, the car in front of me paid for my coffee. Which then inspired me to pay for the car behind me. It’s not much, but makes everyone’s day start off good and feel special! I encourage everyone to pay it forward every now and then, it really has a ripple effect on the world. 🙂

  14. Beth Berrien-Clark March 12, 2017 at 7:48 pm - Reply

    I was shopping in Bi-Lo and noticed the toilet paper we use was on sale. I walked down the aisle and was comparing sizes and quantities when an older lady came up next to me. I commented that it was good price and we struck up a conversation. She is a grandmother raising her 2 grandsons who are the same age as my boys. We lamented about some boy things… like boys using too much toilet paper and stopping up the toilet… We stood there chatting and comparing prices per foot on to see which brand was the best deal. She vented some more, I offered some suggestions that worked with my boys. We shared a laugh or two. The more she shared, the lighter and brighter she looked. When we parted, she had a smile on her face and looked so much brighter than when we first met. I was glad a chance meeting and conversation over toilet paper could brighten her day. =) (and mine!)

  15. Kathy March 1, 2017 at 6:56 pm - Reply

    I only met this man once but he is such an animal lover & has such a big heart helping homeless dogs. I decided to do something to help him. It gave me a good feeling. I’ve been ill with Chronic Lyme, the Lyme coinfections, Epstein Barr etc.

  16. Kathy March 1, 2017 at 6:48 pm - Reply

    I met a man who works for a rescue, goes to school and provides a good home for 10 dogs.
    One of his dogs he told me was agressive. I bought him a good flexible clear muzzle with breathing holes. Just mailed it. I am also setting up a CostCo membership for him so he can get better prices on dog food etc.

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