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Can You Improve Your Cancer Treatment Outcome?

If you knew of certain actions you could take to improve the outcome of your cancer treatment; would you take them? If you discovered tools and techniques you could use to optimize your healing and recovery, would you use them? That’s what my clients do, and they often get better outcomes than their medical team predicted.

I am a strong believer in the power of modern medicine. If you read any of my previous posts or watched any of my videos, you likely know that. The bottom line is that more people survive their cancer today than at any other time in history. That’s because of the advancement in medical treatment. And yet, medicine is not a silver bullet. Medicine treats only the physical body where the crisis in the form of tumors is visible. But if you’re facing cancer, you know that this illness impacts a lot more than just your physical body. It impacts you mentally, emotionally, and, for some, even spiritually.

My clients recognize they have to actively participate in their healing and recovery. They have to be a part of the solution. This is why they often get better treatment outcomes. Treating only one aspect of the illness, i.e. the physical body, they are likely to get only partial results. In the context of illness such as cancer that means recurrence.

Illness such as cancer is multidimensional, and therefore the remedy must be as well. If we want if we want lasting results, we must treat the whole person. We need to apply the remedy to every dimension.

Yes, the physical expression of cancer is where the urgent crisis is. But there’s a lot more to healing than what happens in the doctor’s office or in between medical treatment. There is a person living in this physical body, and this person has to be addressed as well.

Actions to Heal from Cancer

Any action that can reduce emotions like stress, fear, and despair can be considered actions that promote healing and recovery from cancer. Our emotions are like gages on the dashboard of our mind, they communicate when our “system” is overloaded or depleted. If our mental and emotional systems are overloaded, that means we are promoting (unintentionally, of course) stress biology.

Stress biology means that our brain will produce stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. Research has indicated that over-exposure to stress hormones diminishes the body’s immune system’s ability to do its job, i.e., eliminate any abnormality in our blood.

If our mental and emotional systems are depleted, we feel fatigued and depressed. This, too, is robbing the body of precious energy to engage in the healing and repair of the body.

We stress out, or experience fear because of how we perceive things to be, and whether or not we believe we have the inner resources to cope.

To change that, we need to learn how to reprogram our minds to perceive differently. We need to change what we believe about ourselves to be true. That means learning to reprogram our minds with tools like self-hypnosis, which every one of my clients learns during our work together, either in-person or online.

Tools and Techniques to Heal from Cancer

Over the 22 years in my practice, I sifted through countless body-mind tools and techniques to aid my clients. My whisper to you is that the best tools are the simplest. Simple does not mean less effective; in fact, my opinion is exactly the opposite. That is because we are more likely to use tools that are simple over those that are too ornate, even if the latter sounds smart and elevated.

I already mentioned self-hypnosis, but another simple tool for self-regulating ourselves mentally and emotionally is the Emotional Freedom Technique, better known as EFT or Tapping. If you keep your practice to the most basic and really understand the building blocks of this tool, you will get relief 100% of the time.

EFT is one of the many tools I teach my clients in the 8-Week Mindful Remission Online Program, or during our 3-Day In-Person Intensive. If you want to learn more about these tools, use this link to set up a time for us to speak. Consultations are free and to the point, and can provide you with the much-needed guidance you were looking for.