Archive for September, 2008

Cancer: What should I say?

As a cancer survivor, one who had Stage 4 melanoma and healed from it, I understand completely that cancer affects everyone in a patient’s life.

Their spouse, children, parents, and friendships are all affected and it can be frustrating and frightening trying to figure out how to deal with it. Even after healing or remission takes place, cancer leaves a lasting impact on patients and their friends and loved ones. Everyone touched by the disease needs cancer support in their time of sickness or adversity to cope with physical and/or emotional changes.

 ”Melanoma is a form of skin cancer in which cancer cells form in melanocytes (the skin cells that make the pigment melanin, which gives skin its natural color). Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer.  When melanoma starts in the skin, usually as a mole, the disease is called cutaneous melanoma. Melanoma is most often found on the trunk (the area from the shoulders to the hips) of men and on the arms and legs of women. Melanoma can also occur in the eye, which is called intraocular or ocular melanoma.” 

Painless Cancer Treatment

As a skin cancer survivor, I used the painless and easy arts and sciences of energy balancing and energy healing to heal myself from terminal melanoma–that is, fatal skin cancer.

I overcame Stage 4 skin cancer through the use, among other things, of natural cancer treatments including energy work. Now I dedicate myself to giving cancer support and facilitating cancer healing to anyone who suffers from this terrifying condition.

One thing I want all people to know is that they need to understand something basic about cancer: everyone in the world can have cancer cells. The question is do you have the body, mind and spirit to kill the cells.  What this means for each one of us is that we can all get cancer under the “right” circumstances. But it also means that we are clearly equipped to deal with and survive cancer through natural healing, too.

Sugar Alternative

Look at all your labels and see how many times you see high fructose corn syrup………….  When I was healing and started learning about what causes our bodies to break down, I naturally had to look at what I was putting into my body.  I found out that most of the foods and drinks I consumed were altered in some way so there was little or no nutritional value.

One of the first products I became aware of was processed and refined sugar.  It is everywhere, in everything.  We don’t even stop and consider what these processes are doing to our food before we put it into our body.  We are trusting others that they are safe.  I found that I could not feed myself or my kids water and refined sugar. Most of the drinks and juices available for our kids have no nutritional value and we have no idea the harm they are causing to their little brains and bodies from all the chemicals and processing. 

Toxins and Cancer

 Toxic overload and cancer go hand and hand.  Our bodies are exposed to so many chemicals and toxins each day we are unable to process and get rid of them.  Then our cells and organs take on the toxins and store them in our bodies.  Imagine all these foreign invaders attacking our children and ourselves.  For many years we really didn’t know we were eating, smelling, breathing, and living in all these chemicals.  For years authorities have limited information on the harm these toxins are causing.  Now in 2008, every day we are given more information and data on the toxins we are all exposed to all the time and the potential impact on our health, families, environment and world.  We can choose more healthy options.  To be a cancer survivor I had to choose more healthy options.  (I still choose nonhealthy too……..!!!)

Now it is our choice, what do we want to do about it!!

Cancer Support

Often when we are faced with a cancer diagnosis or any crisis in our life it shocks and rocks our world.  All of a sudden everything about our lives we begin to question. We question why, who, what, where, and how………………………..

We wonder how we have gotten to this place.  It as if something just carried us to this point and now we woke up and said, “how did I get here?”

Through my cancer support I hear stories of individuals and how cancer rock their lives, but also how cancer woke them up to a new life.

I am gathering stories of cancer and lessons learned and how people took the lessons to their new life.

Please send me your stories or email me at sheila@sheilaulrich.com

You can write your stories in the comments right here too.  I look forward to sharing.


Cancer and HOPE!

And HOPE is all I needed to take the next step in my healing journey.  Hope really was a big contributor to me being a cancer survivor

Hope is your wish or your desire with expectancy that it will come true.  So we always have hope.  Even when all the doctors thought I was going to die, a piece of me knew there was always hope.  Some times that piece that knew hope was buried so deep I couldn’t find it or feel it.  This is when I experienced the most pain and lonliness.  This is when I didn’t know if I could do it another day.

Then miraculously I would hear or feel the buried me again.  I felt the hope, the infinite possibilities available.  But as I brought those to light in the physical world, it always seemed ridiculous.  How did something so real seem so ridiculous when it examined from our physical perspective?  Looking for cancer support, I would share what I felt or heard or learned.  Some times I think they thought I was an alien.  Some times I think I thought I was an alien. 

Who Am I Really?

So who was this new me I seemed to have found?  Was it really me?  Was it someone else?  Is this me going crazy?  Could this be real?  Is this really a dream?  Is this God?

Somewhere within me I heard and felt and knew things that the Sheila I knew my whole life didn’t know.  Where did this information come from?

It came from me.  But if that is me, who is the me that is thinking?  Who is the me that I knew all these years?

Are there two ME’s?

The possibilities intrigued me!!

The potential gave me hope!!

Is this what I have been searching for?   ME!!


Who am I?

Integrative Medicine is the blending of conventional medicine with holistic, complementary, and alternative medicine. Integrative Medicine is defined as healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person (body, mind, and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle. It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative,” says Harold Steinberg.

In my heart, my soul, I knew I had to heal all of me and the ME was more than this physical body.  What a gift I received from God.  I didn’t question this new idea, this new thought.  I just knew it was true.  To know something’s truth is freeing and you feel it is coming from some other place, not from you.  But the me I knew was so disconnected from my true self, I didn’t know me at all.  I followed the feeling because it was bigger than me.


 


Baking Soda Cancer Treatment

Bicarbonate Maple Cancer Treatment

      The bicarbonate maple syrup cancer treatment focuses on delivering natural chemotherapy in a way that effectively kills cancer cells but significantly reduces the brutal side effects experienced with most standard chemotherapy treatments. In fact so great is the reduction that the dangers are brought down to zero. Costs, which are a factor for the majority of people, of this particular treatment are nil. Though this cancer treatment is very inexpensive, do not assume it is not effective. The bicarbonate maple syrup cancer treatment is a very significant cancer treatment every cancer patient should be familiar with and it can easily be combined with other safe and effective natural treatments.

What is Meditation?

One definition of meditation is a self-directed practice for relaxing the body and calming the mind.


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