Dear Christine Robinett, Congratulations on your success of overcoming your cancer. I know that takes a lot of courage and stamina. Even though I do haveMessage 1 of 4 , May 1, 2003View SourceDear Christine Robinett,
Congratulations on your success of overcoming your cancer. I know that takes a lot of courage and stamina. Even though I do have many clients who have cancer, I agree with you that no-one can feel the depth of anguish and other emotions as you who had the cancer.
It would certainly be wonderful for others who have cancer if you would write up your regimen in fair detail and how it has worked for you. It could be a life-saver for many others who feel now the way that you did. It also could help others to prevent getting cancer if you write some of your wisdom on that aspect.
I think you can contribute so much to the health of the community and individuals. Particularly with the fact that you are a health professional as well will add another dimension to your words.
I hope you will consider doing this....I certainly for one would love to get your 'epistle' to help my clients and friends...even family.
Thank you for listening and thank you for being such a fine example of the magic of self healing in combination with outside help.
In loving Qi,
Dr. Chow -Effie.
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Thanks Dr Chow for the suggestion of telling one's
I, too had a growth, non-cancerous-of uncertain origin
but it was enough to have it surgically removed.
Qigong practice helped in that the growth MAY??!! have
changed etiology (cancerous to non
cancerous-indeterminate origin). Again, I waited 2
years before actual surgery was performed hoping the
growth would decrease. I can honestly say that many
factors were important and they came together as one
to allow me to tell this story.
There are times when both modalities may be needed
(allopathic Western and alternative/complementary
intervention) and people have to be openminded. I did
not consider the cancer to be traumatic but it was
more of a "learning and coping" lesson without being
traumatic, and I have moved forward trying "to
project" the positive framework as opposed ot reliving
that which has passed.
What I did before the surgery?
About a month before I "imagined" all the positive
energy that I could in playing a specific method and
knew in my heart if I died tomorrow, I would have no
regrets. I did my duty. Nothing to confess, wish for
etc., you know, the stuff that people tell you to do
that you either were unable to do, refused to do or
were incapable of doing.
Surgery was 5 hours or so and an interesting thing was
that after the surgery and the anasthesia was supposed
to wear off, I 'slept" for an extra 5 hours. My vital
signs were normal but they just could not wake me. I
finally got up close to midnight and had to be in bed
for 2 days as I was out.
Perhaps, through your way of expression, "being riled
up" is a good thing if one has the freedom to do so
(nothing wrong with that) but by being imparcial more
people may seek soilutions on their own instead of
being always emotional-a good thing sometimes.
Thanks for sharing part of yor story.
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