Being With Being

Searching For Meaning After Cancer Diagnosis

In April of 2016, at the age of 54, I was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer which had been discovered following a hysterectomy. Friends felt sorry that this had occurred on the back of my 30-year marriage ending in 2014, however, I can say in all honesty that both the separation and the cancer have been blessings on so many levels. Without a doubt, over the course of my marriage, I had become voiceless and powerless, and was not living my souls purpose. As such, the universe, in its own unique way, found a way to get me moving!  The Cancer?  Well, I have every faith that they have something special in mind for me regarding that as well. In searching for greater meaning after a cancer diagnosis, it’s natural to begin questioning everything about your life, and what lays beyond. What was the purpose of my life? Where Read More

Are your emotions giving you cancer?

Recognising Psychological Causes of Cancer

Recognising psychological causes of cancer may assist you on the road to both prevention and recovery from this disease.  In supporting medical models of healing in conjunction with alternative healing practices, it’s important to recognise that your own toxic emotions may be responsible for making you sick.  There’s enough evidence out there now to suggest that after resolving specific internal emotional conflicts, cancer has been known to stop growing at a cellular level!  Why wouldn’t you want to be involved in that!   The link between emotions and ill-health is nothing new.  One of my blogs  Exposing Hidden Anger,  actually talks briefly about the connection between depression and suppressed anger.  Not surprisingly, anger is also strongly associated with cancer.   In fact, Dr Ian Gawler, well know in the alternate healing field,  devotes a large section of his book to the psychological component of cancer and the characteristics of someone who might be prone Read More