Monthly Archive: September 2015

– Root canals and cancer… the root of SOME evil?

  In November, 2013, I was diagnosed with 9 leptomeningeal brain metastases and given weeks to live. Chemo and radiation weren’t really an option. I did three naturopathic things and, within 6 weeks, 4 of them, including the largest tumor, were gone without a trace. The focus of this post is root canals. A basic …

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– When tears turn to giggles…

I was still in a daze after Dr. Cheng’s proclamation of doom. After a bus ride of staring out the window at the rain and crying uncontrollably, I pulled myself together for my afternoon appointment. The waiting rooms at MD Anderson always have several jigsaw puzzles in varying states of progress. I quite liked it… …

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– I stand alone…

I stand alone, surrounded by shadowy figures. Like clay soldiers from an ancient Chinese army, they are silent symbols of fallen warriors. Every time I turn around, there are more. Diagnosed after me with prognoses better than mine, they have left me behind. I fight back tears and try not to give in to suffocating …

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– Ho’oponopono… Love, Gratitude, and Forgiveness

  When you think everything is someone else’s fault, you will suffer a lot. When you realize that everything springs only from yourself, you will learn both peace and joy. – Dalai Lama Something that I don’t accept about many of the religions I’ve studied is the concept of punishment… that the bad things that happen in …

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– Is it cost-effective for me to live?

Really interesting verbiage here. This is how the doctors talk to each other when they don’t know that we are listening (from the medical journal Oncology). See, Perjeta is highly effective in that it has boosted survival rates tremendously, it’s just not “cost-effective” because it has extended our lives so much that we get so …

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– Energy Vortices

Positive energy attracts and begets positive energy and negative energy attracts and begets negative energy. We all know this to be true on some level. Quantum physicists talk about co-existing alternate realities. They cite the observer effect, which basically states that the presence of an observer affects which probability will become reality. Perhaps you can …

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