Student Accomplishments: Anthony Latoski’s healing –
In his own words

– UPDATE: October 2, 2014
“I had an Echo cardiogram today and there was no thrombus in my heart.”

My Story
By Anthony Latoski

Back in the summer of 2005 I was introduced to Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment. In my perception of this introduction I obtained the knowledge that Consciousness and Energy® Create the Nature of Reality. I was trained in disciplines of focused intent. I learned about the way my brain and the cells of my body work together. I learned about Blue Body® and the Seven Levels of Consciousness. About becoming analogical mind, and ultimately, Thank You Ramtha, I was introduced to the Lord God of My Being which I am.

On a Monday in March of 2006 I had a heart attack. I was 42 years old and too stubborn to accept that I could have had a heart attack at this young age. I was in Los Angeles at the time and on Saturday I flew back up to Yelm, WA. On Wednesday I drove myself to the hospital because my right leg was really sore and found out that I had had a heart attack. There was 100% blockage in a major artery on the outside of my heart. The doctors had to insert three stents into the blocked artery to get it open. They also surgically removed a blood clot from my right leg. I was informed that the damage had already been done. The lack of oxygen to the area on the outside of my heart had caused the cells to die. A large thrombus (clot in the heart) had formed in my lower left ventricle. Then they told me that a “normal healthy” heart exchanges about 60% of the fluid in it with each beat, whereas mine was exchanging only 25-35%. I focused every day on recovering quickly and leaving the hospital.

The entire time I was in the hospital, the doctors were astounded with my case because I had walked into the hospital upright and alert with my heart in this condition. I even told the doctor that implanted the stents a joke when I met him. He told me that by looking at my EKG he was expecting to see a comatose body, yet there I was with jokes and a great attitude. On the fourth day of my stay, the head cardiologist — with over 30 years of experience — told me that he had never seen a heart with that much damage inside of a living body. I almost lost it. This doctor had just told me that I was sitting there with a dead man’s heart in my chest. Thankfully, I continued with my focus and didn’t give up.

The doctors started me on a slew of medications. They didn’t know what to do with me except put me on some waiting lists for a heart transplant. So the drug regimen began. They also scheduled me to have a defibrillator inserted into my chest to monitor my heart rate. If my heart rate exceeds 185 beats per minute, it will slow the heart rate down and should my heart rate drop below 35 beats per minute, it will shock my heart into action.

One week after my arrival at the hospital, I was on my way home. After my recovery at home I started working again. I work two graveyard shifts followed by three swing shifts each week so my sleep patterns are constantly changing. I also started smoking again as well as returning to most of my old eating habits, which I still enjoy to this day. I even have coworkers that comment about my smoking and eating habits. I know that it’s only because they care.

Each fall I receive an echocardiogram. It’s basically an ultrasound of the heart. The echocardiogram in 2007 showed no changes in the size of the thrombus or the function of my heart. Nevertheless, I talked my doctor into cutting my medications down to only four I would take daily. In 2008 there were changes in the size of the thrombus, slightly smaller, but it was still present. In 2009 there appeared to be a slight change in the size of the clot again. This time it appeared to be slightly larger. No change in the function of my heart. With no changes to it the drug regimen continues.

This was when I consciously decided that I would use my understanding of the knowledge that I had obtained from Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment to its full potential. I began to focus on my heart functioning better. From creating my day [Create Your Day®] when I arise to Twilight® into sleep, every discipline of focus throughout every day was dedicated to my heart functioning better. After a couple of weeks I simply let it go. Throughout the rest of the year, I focused on it once in a while during one of my disciplines.

When I got my echocardiogram in 2010 I was informed by my cardiologist, who seemed to be rather astounded as to how it was possible, that my heart was functioning better. My heart was now exchanging around 40-45% of its fluid with each beat. I informed my doctor that I had incorporated my focused intent that my heart would function better and that this year I would focus on the clot dissipating. He snickered and continued on with his talk about my drug regimen — no changes to my prescriptions and the drug regimen continued.

Following the example that my God (I) provided for me in the previous year, I then set my focus once again. I incorporated the teachings as I understood them and focused on the clot in my heart dissipating, dissolving, and disappearing. For almost a month, every discipline of focused intent was dedicated to that desire. Then I simply let it go. Once in a while throughout the rest of the year it would enter my consciousness and I would incorporate it into my next focus session.

On Sept. 22, 2011, I got my echocardiogram. While taking my echocardiogram, the technician who had given me every one of the echocardiograms was unable to locate any signs of the thrombus at all. I have an appointment on December 2 with my cardiologist to go over the results. I can hardly wait to see what he has to say.
I now have the wisdom that these things happen in the twinkling of an eye, that during one of my disciplines I had become analogical mind and my desire was instantly manifest as I was creating it to be, and that I truly am the Lord God of My Being.
Now I’ve started focusing on what I see as the next stage of my heart’s recovery which includes the regeneration of the cells in my heart, my heart being fully functional, the defibrillator being removed from my chest, and my name being removed from any transplant lists.

– Mr. Latoski has been a long-time Guard on the RSE campus.

Click here for Anthony’s heart graphic presented at the November, 2011 Events.

For Anthony’s additional graphics he presented:
“Heart Before”

“Heart After”

Read more from Anthony’s medical records.

UPDATE: December 10, 2011
Anthony’s story was also published in The Mountain News.
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