Tag Archives: integrative medicine

Cancer is NOT the problem

ShareTweet You might be wondering why I’ve come to the conclusion that cancer is not the problem. Certainly it’s an issue. And a bloody big one. But it’s not the actual problem. I believe cancer is in fact the consequence of the problem. Of course that begs the question ‘What then is the problem?’ As […]

This year of learning

ShareTweet I’ve learned a lot this year. About myself. About cancer. About treatment. And about what’s possible. I’ve learned I can come back from the ‘dead’. That a recurrence is not the end and that I don’t have to buy into the fear mindset out there.  That there is a ‘cure’ if I look inward […]

The truth of it

ShareTweet The truth is I don’t know where to start, because it’s been a bit of a year. You see a while back I had another one of those dreams. I dreamed I’d had a recurrence. The dream seemed a little strange, but without a sting in its tail, I soon forgot it. No fear. […]

Fertile Soil

ShareTweet It’s been a big week this week in the world of science. Because they finally found it. A physical link between stress and cancer. Not that any of us doubted it. After all there’s been a ton of psychological studies out there for years showing how stress makes cancer worse… and to suggest it’s probably […]

The Fast Track

ShareTweet Have you ever noticed how when you look into something, it seems to get bigger. And bigger. It’s like the great mysteries of life. When you start to scratch the surface, you often uncover something so much greater, don’t you. Well the other day I went looking for some more research. Because I knew […]

We don’t go there

ShareTweet I have a wicked sense of humour. The type that likes to tease those registrars. And so when he asked me last week when I was diagnosed, I simply asked ‘Do you mean when I dreamed I had it and diagnosed myself, or the official one?’ He was great. This guy will go far. […]

It starts with connection

ShareTweet I hate statistics. Just numbers on a page. They don’t reflect the differences we all bring to our own healing. They don’t reflect our mind or our emotions. They don’t reflect our spiritual selves. They’re like a one dimensional picture transposed onto multi-dimensional beings. One size fits all. A good friend recounts in his […]

Full stop. Or is it just a comma…

ShareTweet I heard that word used again last week. Terminal. It’s a word that stops you in your tracks. It’s a word that causes great distress. It’s a word that makes me angry. Not because I’m not okay with death, I am, it will happen to us all one day. But because when someone in […]