Ovarian cancer: story of a CT scan

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/03/20/living-with-cancer-the-cost-of-trials/

Homer Lim, MD
Integrative Medicine
http://www.cancerhealerph.com

Eckhart Tolle

Eckhart Tolle

Power of Now

I was reading through his book, and I wondered how many of us most especially those diagnosed with cancer are living in the NOW. When faced with the diagnosis, I’m sure in the back of your mind, you would always think of any or all of the following:

  1. I have cancer
  2. How long do I have?
  3. What’s this feeling? is this cancer spreading?
  4. What do I have to do to heal myself?
  5. What should I do tomorrow?
  6. What did I do to deserve this cancer?
  7. What else have have to gain if I die tomorrow?
  8. What’s the use of struggling, i should just let this kill me now than later.
  9. Who can help me? I want my loved ones to be with me.

With all of these thoughts running through your head, am sure you’ll be stressed even further and lack sleep.

Which brings us to what Mr. Tolle as well as what the Buddhist, Christian and yes Islamic teachings have said before

Let go of the past, and future. Live the NOW!

Enjoy every moment of the day. What has happened in the past has occurred already. No use in holding on to it to the point of consuming all your energies thinking of what might have been.

Don’t worry about the future. The future happens not Now but in the future. Your choices today will define the future you will have. So choose the NOW and let go of the past and future.

What would it be like…

I’ve been seeing so many cancer patients, I know how it feels to have that big word become synonymous with their names… as if its a degree like MD or PhD.

Yet, even if i know, its still different when you are the one with cancer. I dare not say its easy to have cancer, though I know those who survive it do so because they know it’s not them. They are not cancer, rather they have cancer and what you have, you can “un-have.”

Those who get past the diagnosis faster, seems to get better quicker. Those who change their priorities to include their own self-growth, seems to survive longer or even thrive better.

Mistletoe for colon cancer

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/253490.php

Despite its use in Europe for cancer, mistletoe extracts are still not well known in other countries as an adjunct to chemotherapy

Best Cancer Cure there is…

If there’s one treatment that works 100% for cancer, its this… Happiness

People sneer or become so cynical how happiness can cure cancer. People spends thousands to millions to get treatments or take highly sophisticated protocols and infinite number of pills to kill the cancer.

Yet the most simple and effective is look upon with doubt or even cynicism.

Let you guys read about a guy in Ikaria, Greece who’s currently 102 with lung cancer who was supposed to be dead 40 years ago.

Ikaria, where people forget to die

Breast Cancer in early 30’s

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/11/nyregion/single-mother-battling-breast-cancer-takes-strength-from-her-children.html?smid=pl-share

Story of a single mother with stage 4 breast cancer

Aspartame causes Cancer

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/11/07/aspartame-causes-blood-cancer.aspx

Read and be aware of the risk of taking non-sugar sweeteners…