Resources, Books and Activities for People with Cancer

Butterfly-Photography-WallpaperBooks I Recommend:

Heal Your Body by Louise Hay
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
Crazy Sexy Cancer by Kris Carr
Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom by Christiane Northrup
Making Miracles in Forty Days by Melody Beattie
A Course in Miracles
Autobiography of Gandhi
The Tibetan Book of Living & Dying by Sogyal Rinpoche
Peace, Love and Healing: Bodymind Communication & the Path to Self-Healing: An Exploration by Bernie Siegel
When Bad Things Happen to Good People by Harold S. Kushner

CDs & Apps:

Cancer: Discovering Your Healing Power

Breaking Free from the Victim Trap by Diane Zimberoff

Morning Meditation for Healing & Loving Your Body with Aleyda (FREE 🙂 )

Activities and practices/habits that worked for me:

  • Yoga & Kundalini
  • Cardiovascular exercise
  • Rest
  • Sleep (lots of it! – Cellular repair happens during sleep)
  • Green juicing (wheat grass, anything green)
  • Lymphatic massages
  • Dry brushing
  • Consult with a nutritionist
  • Glutathione (supplement by Dr. Rob Keller/RKMD)
  • Supplements by Dr. Schulze
  • Vitamin D
  • Heavy duty multivitamin by Rob Keller, M.D.
  • Guided meditation CD
  • Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy® from The Wellness Institute
  • Psychotherapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Qi Gong
  • Tai’Chi
  • 12-Step Program (Al-Anon)
  • 10-day silent retreat (Vipassana)
  • Reiki
  • Journaling
  • Writing letters to self in the future (envisioning yourself cured)
  • Writing letters to family in the future (envisioning yourself cured)
  • Angel card readings (Doreen Virtue)
  • Prayer groups
  • Healing masses
  • EFT (emotional freedom technique a.k.a. tapping)

Institutions/Programs I recommend:

Vipassana Centers
Tao House Healing Center (Hallandale, FL)
Omega Retreats
Hippocrates Health Institute (West Palm Beach, FL)
Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT)

My Preferred Medical Centers

Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

MD Anderson

Cleveland Clinic

National Cancer Institute (NCI)

Inspirational Websites

Spontaneous Remission Bibliography – A database of research showing that spontaneous remission IS possible.

The Gerson Institute – A non-profit organization dedicated to teaching about non-toxic alternatives to traditional cancer treatment.

Late Stage Cancer – A very inspiring webpage with a personal video from Rick Shapiro, survivor of stage 4 lung cancer.

Riordan Clinic – A composite of lots and lots of research, new cancer treatments and ways to keep yourself healthy.

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