Effective Life Change

Carmichael, CA  |  By Chris Cheney
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Janet Hagerty will be the speaker for a free, public talk on “How to Make Change for the Better”

Deal with Structural Issues

CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG) - Someone tried to break into her home in the middle of the night. He’d already broken into the neighbor’s. She prayed specifically. The thief left all of the stolen items on a neighbor’s lawn. Find out what specific prayer is and how to do it. This true experience illustrates how the secure structure of our daily lives often seems interrupted by the unexpected.


“This example can be a bit of a metaphor for our lives,” says practitioner of Christian Science healing and international speaker Janet Hegarty. “Permanent, substantive change in our lives often needs more than a new look, a different job, or even a pill. To find lasting peace and even physical healing, we have to go deeper than just managing surface symptoms.”


Hegarty continues, “Like a building needs a strong foundation, we can find a secure life foundation by discovering the unfailing source of our being. This source is the one, all-good God–not an unpredictable man in the sky who arbitrarily blesses some and condemns others, but Life and Love itself, the very Principle of everything real and good.”


Hegarty will give a free, public talk exploring this fresh perspective of God titled, “How to make change for the better,” on Thursday, May 9 @ 7 PM; 4949 Kenneth Ave, Carmichael. Her ideas come from the Bible and are practiced in a prayer-based method of healing called Christian Science. Christian Science is fully explained in the book, which Hegarty will reference, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, written by the movement’s founder, Mary Baker Eddy.


Hegarty will also share her own experiences that illustrate effective change, like being cured of an allergy and recovering from a sudden career derailment.


Before becoming a Christian Science practitioner, Janet Hegarty had a career producing original music for theatre and film. Though finding success, she felt an underlying sense of fear for her health and uncertainty about the future. The new concepts about God found in Christian Science moved her to a feeling of fulfillment and security. More than a superficial change in attitude, Hegarty felt the life-changing power of God’s goodness.


Today she helps others find this kind of healing too, and travels from her home base of St. Louis, MO, to talk with audiences as a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.
Janet Hegarty is available for interviews. Contact Chris Cheney at 916-285-5666.