I was a “health-nut” long before being diagnosed with cancer (click here to read my story). I thought I was immune from chronic health problems, since I had been living what I thought was a healthy lifestyle, including eating “organic” and mostly vegetables for well over a decade. My experience is proof that it’s unrealistic to assume that one can avoid cancer simply by eating a healthy diet, whether its ketogenic or plant-based. Don’t get me wrong. Nutrition is important. But it is only one of numerous elements, each having their own lifestyle changes and protocols (click here to view the protocols grid). There are numerous other changes that must be implemented on the journey from “cancering” to “healing.”
After my diagnosis, I did an incredibly deep dive into all the material I could get my hands on, and I subjected myself to as many treatment protocols as I could possibly fit into the day. To make it both manageable and to maximize effectiveness, I came up with the following “yardstick” and applied it each potential protocol or therapy: (i) it had to address the cause or progression of the disease, or support general health, and (ii) it could not be detrimental or harmful. If it fostered the healing process, then it got special attention.
Attempting to manage the volume of information was, at first, overwhelming. You will, no doubt, feel a bit of that too as you parse through what this site presents. But stick with me! I put a good deal of effort into organizing the information, putting it into “context” and making it understandable. This was done first, by grouping protocols into “elements” (note that what I call “protocols” includes both protocols and lifestyle changes, since lifestyle changes are, for the most part, simply permanent protocols), and then by grouping the elements into “pillars.” Doing so provides context and with context, as you get into the material, you will see patterns emerge, and, more importantly, you will know why each of the elements and underlying protocols are important.
Take time to digest the information, and take time adopting changes and adapting them into your daily routines and rituals. You will be challenged, to say the least, if you attempt to adopt all the protocols at once. Instead just move in the right direction. Think of this journey as an expansion of your healing potential. Step by baby step. Each time you adopt a new protocol, you expand that potential until it reaches a critical mass, at which point the scale will tip back to the healing state.
Bottom line, you must make the decisions on what is right for you. No one else is qualified to do that. And since your actions are the expression, and ultimately the manifestation, of your life, the choices you make from this point going forward will allow the magic (healing) to happen.
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