Just how much does our “mind” control the physical health of our body? Do the emotions we feel have any effect on our immune system? Science is beginning to scratch at the surface of these questions.
Remarkable for its clarity, simplicity and authenticity, this powerful book outlines a truly integrated and holistic approach to cancer. It emphasises diet, power of the mind, meditation, family/social support and the spiritual dimension, as important factors in healing.
How expressing love or anger and meditating for just 45 minutes a day can help one's healing, even when affected by chronic illnesses like cancer and AIDS.
Former England batsman and cricket commentator Geoffrey Boycott was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2002 but returned as a commentator in 2004. His fellow commentators state that his illness has altered his voice and led to a more pleasant personality!
In the final instalment of the series, Bill Moyers gives us an inside view of a successful holistic and integrated program for cancer patients.
How do emotions translate into chemicals in our bodies? How do thoughts and feelings influence health? How can we assist our body's healing?
Will we continue writing off every approach to treatment other than Western medicine when it could possibly give us a fighting chance at a longer and healthier life?
Tibetan Medicine expert, Dr. Dorjee Rapten Neshar answers questions about Cancer. 2nd in a series of two articles.
The awesome technology of modern medicine casts an image of such great potency and knowledge that it is hard to believe our individual resources can make much difference to the healing process. Here's a documented anecdote that says otherwise!
'Hope' Vs. 'Dread': The key to Carl & Stephanie Simonton's successful approach to Cancer, based on Relaxation and Positive Mental Imagery.
Thorwald Dethlefsen and Rudiger Dahlke explain their powerful insight: "Illness comes to heal us".
An inspiring and insightful story by Katie Gill from the book: Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul II.
What core beliefs are holding your healing back? How can you disable that nagging self-talk and make space for your Inner Coach?
World renowned holistic healer Louise Hay, herself a cancer survivor, explains how limiting beliefs and ideas are often the cause of illness.