Martin Brofman healed himself of terminal cancer in 1976. Here he describes the Point of Power, the level of consciousness you go to in order to make decisions that manifest from that point.
by Carolyn Dean, MD, ND
I firmly believe that it’s the fear of cancer that’s driving so much of it our way. Cancer has become much more common since I went to medical school in the mid 70s, so I know it can’t be genetic...
Editor's Note from Carolyn White: The "C" word - cancer - evokes fear. Yet, is it this energy of fear that is "spreading" this dis-ease? What role do unresolved negative emotions play in the onset of cancer? Besides environmental factors, does your energy contribute to your health or lack thereof? Dr. Carolyn Dean discusses the connection between conflict and cancer as well as the research by Dr. Gert Hamer on how unresolved negative emotions influence the development of cancer.
Editor's Note from Julie Lachman: It's amazing what you can learn from the internet--just ask Jack Andraka. Using only information available on the internet, hard work, and ingenuity, he devloped a test that detects pancreatic, ovarian, and lung cancer. Not only does it take 5 minutes, but it costs pennies. The first step, of course, is preventing cancer. But hopefully his test will become a routine screening procedure for people worldwide.
by Christiane Siebert
The National Cancer Institute estimates that 1 in 8 women in America will develop breast cancer at some time in her life. Exposure to chemicals, unhealthy lifestyle and genetic predisposition may all play a role in the development of breast cancer but the single most significant risk factor is growing older. Cancer of the breast is no longer viewed as a single entity but a “family” of cancers, and increasingly more specific diagnostic and treatment approaches are beginning to yield better outcomes for patients, including women with metastatic disease...
by David G. Arenson, ND
Imagine a food that contains high levels of vitamins, amino acids, and minerals that can add years to your life, reduce your risk of a myriad of diseases from heart disease and cancer to diabetes and arthritis, make you feel and look better, and has no side effects! That’s a superfood!
by Sara T. Baker
In my ten years of teaching creative writing to cancer patients, their families and caregivers, one of the most consistent and initially surprising aspects of the work has been that the patient writers want to write not just about the cancer experience, but about other traumatic experiences. Often, what surfaces in the writing is an experience of growing up with alcoholic parents, or a painful divorce, or the beloved child lost to drugs or estrangement. Everyone has a story to tell, and, before they were sick, no place or time to tell it...
Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: Sara T. Baker has been conducting Woven Dialogue Workshops with Cancer patients since 2001. Read her thoughts on the efficacy of writing through trauma.
Writing & Poetry Therapy
by Colette Barry
Cross-posted from WakingTimes.com
With the woes of cancer cases taking its toll, people are diverting their attention towards a holistic approach of healing. The worst part of cancer is the not the deadly disease itself, but the distress and debilitating fatigue rooting from the treatments. The never ending visits to the hospital, detrimental chemotherapy followed by nausea and weakness makes the sufferer go through a physical ordeal...
Editor´s Note from Lexi Yoga: The practice of yoga can definitely help to bring more inner peace to any cancer patient. It's even more than that. Yoga can fight off depression, improve sleep, and keep your stress and anxiety levels in check. When going through any type of cancer, you need all of the above to help you cope.
Editor's Note from Carolyn White: A theme in many near death experiences (NDE) is that the person who "dies" is miraculously "healed" of their illness when they choose to return to their body. What happens energetically to cause a spontaneous remission of a seemingly terminal physical condition? Set aside an hour and watch the amazing Anita Moorjani share her NDE and "miraculous" recovery from cancer.
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