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After six weeks of fasting, visualization and meditation, combined with prayer, the ulcers had disappeared.“It was just such a profound experience for me that I wanted to learn more and it began a life of study for me,” recalls the 63-year-old actress in a recent telephone interview. It’s been my real passion.”Many remember Wagner as one of the most popular TV stars during the 1970s, particularly her Emmy Award-winning portrayal of Jaime Sommers as the .They first met and fell in love on seventies television as two characters rebuilt using bionic technology.And on Wednesday Bionic Woman Lindsay Wagner and The Six Million Dollar Man Lee Majors reunited on the set of a movie filming on the west coast of Canada.Growing up in a home plagued by domestic violence, Lindsay Wagner internalized her pain and didn’t speak about the abuse. The pain, she says, was “eating its way out of my stomach.”Slated to undergo surgery, Wagner had the great fortune, and “blessing,” of being introduced to a doctor and minister who approached her care in a holistic manner. By age 19, the budding actress was suffering from a severe case of ulcers.She was babysitting for the children of family friend James Best (who went on to star in the TV show ), when Best suggested that she join his acting class. She suffered from severe ulcers as a child, and said that acting helped her confront her pain.
One of the greatest lessons Wagner has learned is that her perspective of a situation actually caused more suffering than the situation itself.However, the duo went on to star in three made-for television movies: The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman in 1987, Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman in 1989 and Bionic Ever After? It's not known what the project is that has brought Wagner and Majors back together on screen.The actress only said on Twitter that more details would follow.Lindsay recommends an exercise called The Global that can help the process. The practice of gratitude keeps you open to the flow of creative energy that manifests things to be grateful for.'One of my teachers said, "All people and situations that appear in our lives are there for our spiritual growth".'Take your finger tips, and circle the soft area above the left breast while your say to yourself the following two sentences: Several times a day, remember to think about something for which you are grateful. If we accept the events in our life this way, it makes it easier to embrace the perceived difficulties as opportunities to grow.'Choose a daily meditation or practice that helps you get centred and be in the present. The key is to make it a daily practice so that you become more and more familiar with that state and realize that it is your potential waiting for you to awaken to it.
Actress, author and activist Lindsay Jean Wagner was born in Los Angeles, California on June 22, 1949.