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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.

When we harbor anger, fear, guilt, and forgiveness for others, the weight of that sack of potatoes gets heavier and heavier and eventually causes us harm, and we become sick.

Give yourself permission to be alive.

I never realized how angry I was at life and how much I blamed others for my bad luck. I kept saying, but they don’t deserve to be forgiven. Soon I realized that you don’t forgive others because they deserve it; you forgive others because you deserve it and that will set you free.

Don’t let these people live rent free in your head and heart any longer. The load is too heavy my friend. Way too heavy. Acknowledge the pain and hurt others may have caused you, and let it all go to God, your higher power, the Universe. Empty out that sack.

 

Live your life without limits.

Say this multiple times over the weekend. “I give myself permission to be alive and live my life without limits.”

Let your body, emotions, passion and thought process be free.

We are all here to connect to our divine self and fully live our lives with cancer, without cancer and beyond.

With joy in your heart, this weekend let yourself be alive.

Forgive those who have hurt you and ditch that sack of potatoes forever.

See you next week.

Love you,

 

 

 

 

 

Thought for the day: Have you been limiting yourself and your life, and then wondering why life is so limiting? Time to set your beautiful self-free.

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Cancer Truths: “We’ve got it all.”

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Cancer Truths: “We’ve got it all.” Have you or a loved one been told by a doctor, “we’ve got it all?” Before you start reading any further, I need to warn you my lovely peeps that today I’m going on a rant because I’m sad and I’m pissed off with the lies my peeps are hearing from their doctors. I am about to tell you some home truths about cancer and share a beautiful story of a twin sister’s unconditional love. I hope this story will encourage you to dig…

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Flip Cancer & Disease on its Head

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Flip Cancer & Disease on its Head

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The holiday season is a perfect time to launch this free series because we start reflecting on our lives at this time of the year. We start asking questions about our future and what we can do to live a better life – a better quality of life in the New Year.
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Are You Reading Those PLU Codes?

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Are You Reading Those PLU Codes?

You’ve probably mumbled a few choice words under your breath when you’ve attempted to peel those little PLU code stickers off of your apple or other items of produce, but have you ever really looked at that sticker and do you know all of the reasons why it’s there? From a super market’s standpoint, those codes, which are typically 4 or 5 digits long, are there to make inventory and check-out faster and more accurate. They basically help the cashier know exactly what you’re purchasing without having to look up your item and type a code (possibly the wrong one) into the cash register.
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