Cancer is on my mind again after a conflicting week of news.
I returned to the hospital after a few concerns and a lot of pain to discover that all is well for me on the cancer side of things.
And then a friend who shares a birthdate was whisked into our local hospice. I put my pop up coffee get together on hold and transferred over to the hospice to be with her.
And on my return a notice popped into my inbox telling me about a friend’s biography which has just been published. Her name is Gillian Gill and she has survived ovarian cancer, which she cured naturally. I know she had to trust through a long process. No miraculous six weeks and done and dusted for her. She read painfully about how others had overcome their cancer so quickly. She gave me Reiki when I was in a panic about my cancer (the second time round) and she also gave Reiki to two of my friends.
Her book, “Take Control and Live” Surviving Ovarian Cancer is now ready to pre-order on Amazon.
And I reflect on other friends. Only recently Anna Parkinson “Change your Mind, Heal your Body.” had her book published by Watkins. In it she details her recovery from cancer. In this case and inoperable brain tumour was her wake up call. And having spoken at length to her I discovered that her healing/s came completely through working with her emotions and not with any change of diet. She received help from Martin Brofman who’d healed his terminal cancer the same way.
I too cleared my neck cancer rather easily when it first appeared and essences of this transformation (which took place in Florida) are contained in my novel (near completion) titled In a Heartbeat.
But, as I returned to my habitual thinking feeling patterns once I returned home, I found it harder to shake off cancer the second time round and fear set in and took hold. I then undertook a course of chemo and radiation, which brought me down to a bag of bones, but killed off the cancer in my neck. However, I live with constant gum, sinus, teeth problems ever since. And it is difficult to talk beyond half an hour a day.
So, I celebrate those who have fought through and send love to those who are dealing with cancer on a daily basis. We are sending our friend distant healing – Reiki – on a daily basis to raise her energy.
But still the puzzle and tragedy of cancer lives with me. Having talked open heartedly to several who have made the turn around and knowing deeply a couple of friends who haven’t survived…I still look for the greater threads of understanding. Taking control figures greatly.
Gillian’s book “Take Control and Live” is now ready for pre-order on Amazon: (http://www.amazon.co.uk/TAKE-CONTROL-LIVE-Gillian-Gill/dp/095631211X/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1416997650&sr=8-3&keywords=gillian+gill) or from Waterstones.