When I was first diagnosed with cancer and started devouring every healing success story I could find, I desperately wanted to join the ranks. I wanted to be able to call myself a survivor more than anything – and so I did. The moment I made the decision to become an empowered participant in my healing was the moment I became a cancer survivor, because this was the moment I stopped being a victim.Read More
Are you sitting near another person at the moment? Have you been talking to someone else recently? Thinking of someone else? On current estimates, one in nearly every two people alive today will develop cancer in their lifetime. That is way too many. But if you have someone else near to you, that is two people. So who might it be? How good would it be to save a life in 2013?Read More
GUEST POST BY IAN GAWLER.
The process of learning to meditate can be summarised into four easy steps. Each one flows quite naturally into the next and together they combine to make up the technique called Mindfulness-Based Stillness Meditation (MBSM). Here are the four steps of MBSM:Read More
As most of you know, I recently clocked up two years of Gerson Therapy, and after spending the past two years basically house bound chained to my juicer and enema bucket, I wanted to celebrate my new-found semi-freedom in style. It just so happened that my two-year mark coincided with The Warwick Foundation’s annual High… Read MoreRead More
When I first learnt of the healing powers of meditation (and read that cancer survivor Ian Gawler would sit in meditation for five hours a day to reverse his end-stage bone cancer) I would force myself to meditate three times a day, for at least 45 minutes a sitting. I wasn’t quite hitting Ian’s mark,… Read MoreRead More