In this episode, I welcome Sam “The Miracle Man” Shelly to the podcast. He joins me from New York. Sam helps the burnt-out, bottomed-out soul find relief from physical and mental suffering through ditching limiting beliefs and modern medicine myths, so they can awaken to their inner wisdom, alternative ways of healing, self-empowerment, and live a pain-free, healthy, and joyful life.
Sam’s story started at the age of six when he was run over by a truck, and the accident left him seriously injured. Sam would heal and recuperate in the years that followed, but the damage caused by his injuries would lead to more severe ailments. Sam would eventually be diagnosed with bipolar disorder, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and migraines. In addition, his immune system was attacking his brain and spinal cord. He was told he might never walk again. His health deteriorated, and some days he couldn’t speak to people without slurring his speech. Plus, living with a mental illness for most of his life wasn’t easy. It left him feeling like the walls were closing in, and he had nowhere to go. Sam lived in pain and suffering for nearly 40 years, and today, he is free from medicine, doctors, and his cane!
Sam’s story is multifaceted and inspiring. He will share his journey of overcoming illness, a near-death experience, mystical stories, ghost stories, and lots more. Sam now helps his clients in his practice to create miracles by clearing head trash! He is also an author and has written two books; he posts daily YouTube videos and has two weekly live shows.
Sam is fun and easy to talk to. It was a pleasure to chat with him on my podcast. If you have ever faced adversity in your life and need some inspiration, then this episode is for you.
Enjoy, and a special thank you to my listeners for joining me on this journey. Stay tuned and keep listening.
About The Author
Marlene McConnell is an author, podcast host, self-love teacher and trauma survivor. She believes that trauma recovery is accessible to everyone, and that it starts with the acknowledgement that something has happened to you combined with a willingness to heal. McConnell’s book was inspired by the realization that she touched many lives by sharing her story at a support group. Her message of hope not only resonated with the survivors, but also with the family members and friends who supported them at the group sessions. Marlene is also an attorney who holds B.Proc, LLB and LLM law degrees. She loves travel, Pilates, nature, learning new languages, and good food.