Spiritualist helps where she can

Mandurah disability worker Colleen Liddell, Cima Suryani from Bali, Pheakdey Soun from Cambodia and Pathways Community Spiritualist Church Reverend Kerry O'Connor.
Mandurah disability worker Colleen Liddell, Cima Suryani from Bali, Pheakdey Soun from Cambodia and Pathways Community Spiritualist Church Reverend Kerry O'Connor.

The Mandurah woman has been helping a 22-year-old man in Cambodia and claims treatment for his brain tumours was successful.

‘Pheakdey lives in the slum area in Cambodia,’ Ms O’Connor said. ‘I sponsored him at university for two years.

‘They discovered two cysts on and under his brain and I wanted to take him to Bali for treatment with the Holymen for 10 days.’

For Ms O’Connor’s 50th birthday she asked for money instead of presents and used the money to help Pheakdey.

Pheakdey underwent treatment in Bali. Ms O’Connor and Mandurah disability worker Colleen Liddell also did extensive Reiki on Pheakdey.

‘Last week he had a new brain scan and both cysts had completely gone,’ Ms O’Connor said.

Ms O’Connor takes small groups to Bali on spiritual retreats. The next trip is in November.

On her last trip, Ms O’Connor bought a poor family a cow to breed and 14 pigs for other Balinese.

‘When I return, I want to do a dental program for the children of Pegadungan school,’ she said.

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