Wednesday 15 March 2017


My STORY OF SURVIVAL - Margie Kugler

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My name is Margie Kugler, a Perth girl from Western Australia who has been battling with Scleroderma for many years.In 2001 I was diagnosed with Crest Syndrome and not long after was diagnosed with Systemic Sclerosis, Scleroderma.

Its been a traumatic 16 years with the development of many associated diseases, one recently diagnosed as Gastroparesis. I am so happy to say that I have never given up hope for a cure and with a positive, spiritual outlook I have coped and survived each new battle.
I am a miracle to my doctors, family and friends. 

In May 2013 I published my first book called THE GIFT WITHIN.

This was originally a journal but to my surprise and amazement I began to write, or miraculously channel each heartfelt poem, without stopping to think of what to write next. It all came down in perfect time, wording and order. I had very little changes when I self published and edited my own work.

In November 2013 I attended a book signing In Pasadena California with The Hay House International I Can Do It Event.This was so exciting and an opportunity to share my book with the international market. In January/February this year there is my Radio Interview aired on Hay HOUSE International Radio, called Bright New Voices. 

My Dream is to inspire and help as many people as I can, coping with an autoimmune disease. 

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I am so grateful for all my blessings regardless of my challenges. I believe in Me so much more than ever and in doing so I believe in you All and all of Mankind. The wonderful people I have met on my journey with My health challenges is so awesome.

The days of pain and suffering are nothing compared to the support and generosity that each and everyone gives me.....I shall never forget and I send my loving thoughts and wish for you all of a Joyful, Peaceful and fantastic life. 

This is my hope and wish for you all.

If you purchase my book 'The Gift Within' at SMILEAMAZON some proceeds can be requested to go to a charity of your scleroderma research. Thank You.

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