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Where’s the magic pill?

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Sadly, every one of us has lost loved ones to cancer or been diagnosed ourselves, and after all these years there is no magic pill.

Everyone here at Prue’s Place who has been diagnosed with cancer or suffering from an illness knows how hard it is to keep on track to healing their life. It would be far easier to pop a magic pill but there isn’t one, and I doubt if I will see that happen in my lifetime.

I am following a life science company who is working on a drug to change the expression of our genes. Hmmm, I wonder how that is going to work out. I’m sure there will be a long list of scary side effects.

It’s all about learning what the right foods are for you – Personalized Nutrition. Food is the best medicine and committing your mind to heal every part of you. The lifestyle changes you are making and have made will change the expression of your genes.

The majority of us can’t make the changes necessary to heal our lives.

It is way too hard. I have many friends and family members who will not listen or make the changes necessary to heal their lives. I’m sure you also do. It’s sad because you see people suffering and know there are things they can do to improve their lives.

Maybe that drug company looking for a magic pill to change the expression of our genes will help some people who can’t do it themselves. We will keep an open mind! I’ll keep you posted on my research.

Our minds rule our lives.

We’ve got to keep believing in ourselves. Even if you say, “I love and approve of myself and everything I do” or “Every day, and in every way, I’m getting better and better” Say these statements many times a day.

We must stop the dark thoughts or the “drunken monkey mind” in its tracks. Get off the emotional roller coaster ride and come back to center – back to neutral – back to peace and tranquility so your body can heal. The emotional roller coaster ride is not your friend.

Here’s an exercise you can do:

Grab your journal or a piece of paper and write this down.

“I love myself because…”

Get writing and fill out the entire page all about you and the ways you love yourself. Keep it for a few days and re-read it, add new things to your list. Notice what takes place when you are focused on all the beautiful things you love about yourself.

Have a beautiful day.

Love you,

 

 

 

 

 

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What disappoints you about cancer research and the billions of dollars we have given to  find a cure?

Do you go on walks for cancer and donate your time and money? Why? Share your thoughts and feelings in the comments below.

Stop Judging. Stop Being Critical.

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Do you judge your friends? When was the last time you had a critical thought?

It doesn’t matter how young or old we are, what we do for a living or where we come from in the world, the color of our skin; our political views or religious beliefs and the language we speak – we all understand the language of love.

We all want to feel love, and when we learn to love ourselves, we can fulfill all our dreams and desires. Nothing holds us back because we trust and love ourselves unconditionally.
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Was It Grief, Anger OR Rage?

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Grief? Anger? Rage?

We have a major storm bringing heavy snow and hurricane-like winds and blizzard conditions to Boston right now. New Englanders call these storms Nor’easters. The weather report tells us to expect between 12 – 16 inches of snow! All the schools and most businesses are closed today. How appreciative am I to be warm and toasty inside drinking my cup of tea and watching the birds who are covered in snow as they eat one seed at a time from the bird feeder.

Life! We must roll with the punches from sunny tropical days to blizzard snowy conditions. Life is all about staying neutral and going with the flow. “No Flow – No Go.” Read More

Controlling Our Minds – What Is Your Power Statement?

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Hello lovely you,

How do we control our minds so we can live a better life? What is your power statement?

The days and weeks of December are flying by. Did you know that we are in the highest realm of energy at this time of the year? This is the time when the spiritual world is reaching down with all their blessings to help us with our projects and to heal our lives? Take time to enjoy this time with prayer, meditation, and spend quality time with yourself. Make this season special and move into this beautiful spiritual realm of energy and enjoy every moment.

Talking about beautiful energy, what an amazing evening we had last night at our monthly healing “boot camp” class. Our special guest, Kevin Roth shared his incredible story of being diagnosed with Stage 3 melanoma cancer and how he turned his life around in 3 years to be cancer-free.
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Just relax will ya! Why should I relax?

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Just relax will ya!

We tense up and tighten up out of sheer habit during our day. We don’t even know we do it. Certain things make us automatically tense up our neck, shoulders and back and this produces shallow breathing, which creates tension. When we become mindful of our habits, we can relax more.

Learn to relax more during your day.

Find things to help you relax. Here are some of my favorites – Hot bath with Epsom salts, sauna, steam room, a massage, walking, meditating and my breathing techniques.
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Cancer? How heavy is your sack of potatoes?

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Living With Cancer?

Living with cancer can be such a heavy burden to carry around with you day in day out. I remember that heavy sack only too well.

It was so hard to enjoy my life. All I wanted to do was sleep and cry. When I started researching at the local library and reading every book I could get my hands on about how to survive cancer naturally was when I realized I must create a healing strategy – a daily action plan to change my life.
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Can words kill you like an overdose of opioids?

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Can words kill you like an overdose of opioids?

As I sit here on this lovely sunny, crisp New England Fall day sipping my hot cup of tea, I can’t help feeling so grateful for my life. Remember, when we feel and express gratitude we will never be fearful.

I have a couple of stories for you today. Sad, tragic personal stories that I hope will wake you up to the fact of how vitally important what you say to yourself and others affects your future life.
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Prue’s Place Daily – live better with cancer

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Hello everyone and welcome to Prue’s Place Daily.

How exciting is this.

I’m awake earlier than usual as promised to welcome you all to our very first Prue’s Place Daily. As I sip my tea with a touch of local honey (good for seasonal allergies) enjoying the cool breeze coming through the window, I can’t help feeling blessed to live in this amazing part of the world. It’s officially Fall (Autumn) here in New England and the leaves are slowly starting to change. A few red maple leaves are shining brightly among the green leaves. It’s a magnificent site.
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Loneliness is a silent killer.

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Loneliness is a silent killer

Did you know that one in five people suffer from loneliness and isolation? Recent research shows that these feelings can cause heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, depression and many other illnesses.

Your emotional health matters.

Emotions matter more than you realize. You go to your Oncologist because they are experts in cancer drugs – the physical part of cancer. Oncologists did not study nutrition, emotional health and the mind-body connection in medical school. So, you must become educated on how to heal your whole health – your whole life. I requires surrounding yourself with the right healing team.
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