Embrace, Release, Heal:
An Empowering Guide to Talking About, Thinking About, and Treating Cancer

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Perhaps the most provocative mesage in the book is how harboring negative judgments toward yourself or others may be the root of the disease, and how releasing toxic emotions can begin or propel the healing of cancerous cells.

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After reading this book, you will know:

  • the difference between “finding the cure” and healing from cancer.

  • how the opposite of the placebo effect, called the nocebo effect (a doctor’s hopeless attitude and grim prognosis), can exacerbate the disease and promote deterioration.

  • that a daily and deliberate practice of living from the attributes of love—forgiveness, gratitude, compassion, acceptance, and most especially self love—contribute to healing in ways that science and technology can now verify.

  • exactly how your thoughts specifically affect your immune system.

  • the true power of your mind, emotions and thoughts and how to use them for the purpose of healing.

  • how prayer or remote healing works.

  • why family genetics don’t have as much clout with your health as you’re led to believe.

  • about innovative alternative cancer treatments and holistic healing protocols offered by both conventional and alternative clinics in America, Mexico and Europe; how they operate; where you can stay while being treated; what they cost; and what’s unique about each place.

  • which foods feed cancer and which ones foster an inner healing environment.

  • the importance of Vitamin D and other supplements.

  • that the principles of healing are the same for Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, atheists or agnostics.

  • how the in-it-for-the-money marriage between the FDA and the multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry creates dysfunctional oversight for the medical field.

  • that creating a conscious intent for taking responsibility for your healing journey can lead you to wholeness and peace.

Rather than focusing on the drama of decline, this book spotlights the place where disease leaves off and transformational healing begins.

The time has come to recognize cancer as a message to recommit to a vibrant life rather than automatically subject ourselves to a slow and meaningless demise. It’s time to treat the disease with reverence and use it as the springboard for renewing our allegiance to love rather than engaging in yet another win-or-lose battle.  It’s time to see ourselves as the creator of our own experience, and thus, take responsibility for healing.

This book shows how.

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