Well Thursday is with us once again and it seems to me that the days are passing faster and faster. I’m certainly not bored!
Yesterday and today the internet is so slow that I really having trouble using it. This made me think of how I might fill some of my time ‘offline’ rather than ‘online’! The problem I find is that a lot of what I do requires Internet access and when that isn’t available I am lost!
Also yesterday my blog system seemed to have sent a reminder email to everyone on the list for the 7th Sept. I don’t know why that was but please accept my apologies if you received a duplicate.
I have repeatedly referred to some of the books that I have read that inspired me to fight my prognosis and do whatever I could to be positive and extend my life for as long as possible.
There are dozens of books, video’s online and other websites but I wanted just to look at the six main books today.
Molecules of Emotion by Candace B. Pert, Ph.D. This was the book that got me going on this path. A brilliant science based book which although being quite technical and deep it really affected how I thought about myself. Candace, who is a neuroscientist, provides answers about the long standing issues of our emotions. She also exposes the way that science is manipulated by the huge pharmaceutical company and even governments across the world.
The Biology of Belief by Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. This is probably the second most important book that has influenced me, and is the basis for my positive attitude about surviving. The book is based upon really good science and although quite technical is easy to read and understand.
The pH Miracle by Dr Robert O. Young. This book inspired me change my diet from the normal acidic western diet to one that is more alkali. This book really addresses what it is that we should focus on eating and what to avoid. Having a good balanced diet is critical if we are not to be struck down by some horrible illness.
Loving Medicine by Dr Rosy Thomson. This book also inspired me because it looked at the more holistic approach to the treatment of cancer. Although more general in its information I found the personal stories of seven people who had cancer enlightening and encouraging.
The Sticking Point by Steve Thompson. Steve is no relation of Rosy Thomson above but his short brief story is very inspiring. Through telling a fictitious story Steve puts across lots of ideas and thoughts about the non-physical pain that we are all subjected to. This is pain caused by bad news, difficult situations that you find yourself in and the pain of everyday stress and how we can help recognise it and deal with it.
The Journey by Brandon Bays. This remarkable book is written by a lady who has personally suffered from severe cancer issues and who refused any form of treatment. A growth the size of a basketball totally disappeared in six weeks by using techniques that Brandon researched and developed. Since then, over 20 years ago, she has dedicated her life to helping other people deal with all sorts of problems.
If you want to understand the whole process that I am going through then reading these books will really help especially the first two which, although scientific and full of jargon, probably best explain the process.
I’m creating a RESEARCH page on my blog that has the above details plus the relevant links to obtain copies of any you might be interested in.
I’ll leave it now and speak to you again tomorrow, assuming my internet connection is behaving.
Have a good day, enjoy yourself.
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