On July 10, I gave an interview to the podcast Beyond the Darkness.
Sam the Miracle Man, as he is affectionately called by his friends has survived two near-death experiences & five incurable diseases.
Sam Shelley spent most of his life in pain with his mental and physical disabilities & required thirteen medications a day and needed mobility aides (walker/cane).
Today, Sam lives free of disability, free of medicine, and free of disease. This is a story that EVERYONE needs to hear to believe.”
This interview received the most positive feedback that I received to date, here a a few of the comments.
“Brilliant, Mind blowing interview with Dave Schrader.”
“Hey guys! My name is Emily, I’ve written once before to share an experience I’ve had. I’m writing you this morning to simply thank you. I struggle with the “head trash”/ depression/demons, whatever you want to call it. In fact, the struggle is so real sometimes I find myself looking at my three very beautiful children, one of which has Down syndrome, and think to myself…why can’t I enjoy my life? What a piece of crap am I that I cannot love my life and all that is in it. Still, as strong as I am and can appear to be these pains are real and it makes life…well it makes life harder than I’d like it to be but it’s not. I digress. I came to a dark point, yet again, where I found myself consumed by these dark thoughts. I sat in my tiny bathroom crying, asking my guides and angels to help me see the light because I felt blinded by the dark. I heard nothing. I felt…nothing and it broke my heart. I gathered myself and washed up to hide the fact I was just falling apart in my bathroom. I reluctantly went downstairs to start dinner. I pulled out my phone and kicked on your podcast as I usually do when I cook or clean. The miracle man. I didn’t see the title. I had no clue where I had left off because to be honest, I hadn’t cooked or cleaned in a long time. I couldn’t bring myself to do so. But that night was different. I was almost on autopilot or so I thought? The episode grabbed my attention immediately. I cried in silence. I cried out loud. I came out of the kitchen and brought my family together to listen. That podcast changed me and my family’s life. A simple thank you is all I wanted to say. I want to repay you and Sam but I know I cannot. Instead I am going to continue to spread his and your beautiful message because it is now my message. Great. Now I’m crying again. THANKS GUYS!!! All the love and positivity your way,”
“I was fortunate to listen to you on Beyond the Darkness. Thank you. I really, really needed to hear your story.”