Monthly Archive: March 2016

– Bedside manners 101

I wish that I could teach a class that all doctors were required to take in medical school…. Bedside Manners 101.  You could all help me teach it, I’m sure. The lessons are simple, but they seem to elude so many of them… 1.) Listen to your patient. They know their body better than you. 2.) …

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– Cancer IS a gift!

I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they’re right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together. ― …

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– The Graceful Warrior

  Grace is the breath of God – an invisible essence beyond intellect that moves swiftly amongst us.  Grace is immediately accessible to you and everyone around you – through humility, devotion, and the courage to follow divine guidance. — Caroline Myss November, 2012 I walk the path of the warrior. I do not accept that …

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– Doorways to the Divine

  Divine energy takes many forms and so has many names. Those who are lucky enough to have experienced it can be forgiven for wanting to share it. But those who try to impose their own experience as the only way for others to access it are misguided. They are completely missing the essence of …

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Highlights from the Complementary and Alternative Cancer Therapies Conference

– including links to 4 free books! I attended the Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Cancer Conference in West Palm Beach in February. Put on by the Annie Appleseed Project, it is in its 10th year. It is the brainchild of Ann Equality Fonfa, an amazing dynamo who is a cancer thriver. May I just …

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