An interview with Dr Ian Gawler, a well known advocate of self-help techniques and a healthy lifestyle and founder of the Gawler Cancer Foundation. We discuss his own remarkable recovery from cancer, the work this led him to do and how to give yourself the best chance after a cancer diagnosis. And we talk especially about the recent scientific developments about the link between cancer progression and stress.
Essentially Being linked in October – recent links on meditation, cancer, diet and other stuff. And something that has given me a LOT of energy!
You have been told that you have a life-threatening illness. That would make anyone shaky. You might find yourself behaving in ways you regret. You might speak harshly to loved ones. You might laugh inappropriately at situations you once would have considered serious. It’s all okay. You are okay. This is the post I wish I’d found.
A year ago, I was in hospital as my immune system dismantled around me and the doctors said they didn’t know what to do. But as many of you know, I had some excellent news recently about my health. Watch the video to find out what I did to recover …
As she was analyzing the transcripts of her interviews for Radical Remission, Dr Kelly Turner believed that there was a powerful theme emerging – that people who had experienced radical remissions simply did not want to die. But as she dug deeper, it occurred to her that their attention was not so much focused on avoiding death, but on being alive. “This is a subtle, yet important, difference.”