Thursday, 8 November 2012

Ketogenic Diet for beating cancer

This You tube interview is very interesting!

It is a very different take on the belief that the only way to heal cancer is using a vegan raw-food diet!

Also check out this brilliant blog by Chris Wark who healed his stage 3 colon cancer here

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Cancer Winner Radio Show

Last week, Dr Judy Seeger interviewed me for her talk show "Cancer Winner". She is based in Florida and does a huge amount to promote ways that cancer can be helped.

If you would like to listen to the recording of the Cancer Winner Show where I am being interviewed, you can hear it here: (In order to hear the interview, you need to click on "Select A Past Episode" and go to Episode 25).

Saturday, 29 September 2012

Believing in Your Ability to Recovery

When I was diagnosed with what turned out to be metastasised Cervical cancer which had spread to the ovaries and brain back in August 2007, I wanted to believe that it was possible to recover completely.

Although some part of me did believe it was possible, I really wanted and needed to receive reassurance from the outside that it was possible. 
When I asked myself what would give me that reassurance, I understood that there were two things I needed.

 Firstly I felt almost desperate to connect with others who had recovered completely - preferably from the same cancer as I had.

And secondly, I wanted to meet a guynacologist (i.e. someone as qualified as the 'expert' who had told me categorically that I could forget ideas of trying to heal myself because it simply was not possible!)

Having got clear about both of these requirements of mine, I put both out to the universe ........ both were answered and in a relatively short time frame too!

I asked friends to help and I kept asking everyone I met for a while ... did anyone know where I could find such people? 

My prayer to meet someone who had recovered was answered when Gillian Gill, who recovered from Ovarian cancer without conventional medicine came in to my life. She supported me so much with her love, light and encouragement - I will be forever grateful to her. 
Bless you beautiful Gillian!
The fact that she had defied all expectations of her doctors by recovering and even healing the mets in the liver was the best encouragement I could hope for.

My desire to meet a guynacologist  who believed in my recovery was also answered - thanks to a lovely lady called Avril who I met at the Penny Brohn Centre back in 2007 - just days after my diagnosis. She looked me in the eye and said, in answer to my question of whether she thought I could heal myself "well normally I would say to people, it is a very difficult cancer to overcome, but for some reason, to you I am going to say I think you could do it".

She left the centre shortly after this to move back to Germany, where she was from. I always felt that she had played a very important part in my recovery.

It seems that human beings do need to be inspired by each other when it comes to achieving feats that general thinking deem as impossible. 
Running a mile in less than 4 minutes is an example of this: Roger Bannister  acheived this in 1954, then only 6 weeks later somebody else did the same thing. Thereafter, many people were able to run a mile in under 4 minutes.
It just seems that in order to achieve our dreams, we need to believe it is possible and what better way for us to know something is possible than meeting or knowing someone else who has done the same thing!

Ever since my recovery, I have dreamed of creating an event whereby people who have recovered from cancer can stand up and share their stories of how they recovered. I am really delighted to be able to tell you that it is happening in Bristol in April next year at the Back 2 Health Conference!

This is a three day Cancer Health-Care Conference at Hamilton House, Stokes Croft, Bristol from 12th to 14th April. You can book your tickets for the Back 2 Health Conference here

Monday, 7 May 2012

I felt so inspired when I watched this video! - I really wanted to share it. It clearly demonstrates what wonderful healing potential the body has. This wounded veteran was told he would never walk again, but he refused to accept that - wow!!

Monday, 16 January 2012

Im in the vortex!

Absolute gratitude to Abraham- Hicks!
I started listening to Abraham the day I was diagnosed with cancer 1st August 2007 - since then I have been listening nearly every day!

It is so helpful for anyone who is aiming to feel good!

Sunday, 15 January 2012

Ayervedic Hospital in Kerala India

Hi All

I am at an Ayervedic hospital in Kerala India where I am doing some cleansing. Im here for 21 days and am on day 9.
Here is the link in case you want to have a look!

Im here because my thyroid, which although a lot better still has not been completely normal - only just within the range of normal as opposed to bang in the middle! - well ok, call me a perfectionist!

Anyway the fantastic news for me is that after only a week here, I had the best reading of TSH I have had for over a year!

So what have I been doing? I have had 4 handed massages every day (some times twice) using oil sometimes, powdered herbs at others and sometimes rice balls!

Ive been drinking ghee in the mornings and had various oils and pastes applied to different parts of my body!
I had some cathartics - designed to cleanse my colon - seemed pretty gentle actually.

Today was my first medicated ghee enema... I am a big enema fan (yes I know I'm weird). They just make you feels so good!

Im doing yoga daily and i am also writing my book as I have lots of time to myself (what a complete luxury that is!).

The doctors and nurses are all lovely and I am meeting lots of great people. Its quite a small place at 40 beds, but what a range of nationalities; from japanese, to german, Brazilian, Danish, Swedish and also Italians and of course Indians.

At only £35 all inclusive per day, It is amazingly good value!
 So as it is my first post for 2012 - I wish you all a very Happy and healthy New Year!