Tag Archives: Healing cancer

Does the mind matter?

ShareTweet I received some feedback about a talk I gave recently. And while the large majority of people found the content of my talk enlightening (which I am thrilled about because this knowledge will go on to help even more people), there was someone who wasn’t too happy. The feedback went something like this: … […]

Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers

ShareTweet It’s quite surprising, isn’t it. That most people don’t realise what happens to their bodies when they’re under stress. Sure we know it feels bad. All that anxiety, worry and fear. And we probably all realise that our muscles tighten up. Those sore necks for example. The tightness across our shoulders. And we may […]

When life gives you lemons

ShareTweet One of my friends had to give a sample of saliva the other day. Only problem is there was a drought on. Her mouth was dry and she could only manage half the volume. Not a problem. ‘Allow your eyes to close,’ I said, ‘and imagine you’ve just picked a lemon off the tree […]

Tripaw

ShareTweet Life can change in an instant. A bit of news, a diagnosis, an accident. It all happened when he got away from me three weeks ago. And if it had been five minutes earlier or later all would have been avoided. But he saw our neighbour’s car and being the border collie that he […]

Are you fighting cancer or healing cancer?

ShareTweet I am really concerned when people describe themselves as ‘fighting cancer’. Or when the media tells us ‘he lost his battle’. And how often do we hear catch cries such as ‘together we can beat cancer’ to fundraise for research and support services. Not that there’s anything wrong with raising money. A lot of […]