“All I am saying is: Give our hearts a chance.”
Cancer: 100 Things To Do Besides Chemo presents to those suffering from cancer a new option: stop feeling like victims and regain the ability to control their health by choosing to live and be healed completely – and even spontaneously – from cancer.
Cancer entered my life again in 2014 with my younger sister’s diagnosis: stage 4 melanoma. Imagine the person closest to you receiving this news. What do you tell him to do? Where should she begin? What’s the secret?
I wrote my sister a letter, filled with all the things I learned from my healing journey. That letter became this book: My 100 Things to Do Besides Chemo. There are no remedies or homeopathic suggestions within; these are my paths, tips I learned along the way, the ones that have stayed with me and that I use to this day, fifteen years after my complete cure. I recognized their power again when my sister followed them, underwent medical treatment, and found her own healing.
I believe we suffer from a “War-On-Cancer” mindset.
In our modern society, the inability to hear that love, relaxation, plant-based diet, positive emotions and beliefs, and daily healthy vegan lifestyle habits are a strategy for survival, is a measure of how brainwashed we all are into thinking that treatment for cancer must always be harsh, drastic, and violent. Over and over again, I see people have a hard time imagining that something so seemingly soft and gentle could be the answer to the problem of cancer. Nevertheless, I say: let’s give our hearts a chance. Cancer-free life is within reach, even faster than we can imagine, and it is found within our hearts, minds, and souls, and in the lifestyle we choose to live. When we each realize the truth–that we are meant to live with peace and love in our hearts; that we are safe on this planet; that rejuvenation is our birthright; and that creation guards and protects us from beginning to end–the world changes in our eyes, and our struggles and fears are laid to rest. In this way, we unlock our own healing.
In essence, this book is a summary of the best paths and tips I learned along the way – the ones that have stayed with me and that she uses to this day, more than 15 years after being completely cured of cancer.”
˃˃˃ Fast tips to consider
The book is short for a reason: to provide readers with fast tips to consider, steps to integrate into their lives, and habits and thoughts to reconsider and change. Don’t underestimate a single step. Each of the steps, even the smallest, makes up an essential part of the whole equation of being healthy and happy forever.
˃˃˃ A tool of great importance
The book is a tool of great importance for any cancer patient, patients’ families and their children, as well as doctors, nurses, and social workers.
*This book is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure disease. The book was written by a former cancer patient. The author wrote this book to share her personal research, experience and opinion, not to provide medical advice.