Thursday, October 1, 2009

Game Changers: Uncovering the Causes, Cures and Myths of Cancer

Today is the third anniversary of when I was not supposed to be here. I wasn’t supposed to see the rosy reflection of the sunrise on the Griffin Observatory from the window of my apartment, or hear the pre-dawn rumblings of traffic just beginning to build. The back-up beep of the garbage truck, the hiss of the first bus. I wasn’t supposed to be sitting here as I do every morning sipping tea and writing the sun up. Not according to the dour oncologist who without looking directly at me mumbled words like “incurable” and “Stage IV.”(“Is there a Stage V?” I asked. “No,” he said.) According to him on this day my sons and stepdaughters were supposed to be calling each other on the phone murmuring things like ‘You know what day this is?’


Instead, having just come in from my brisk early morning walk with my 2 year-old Brussels Griffon Charley, I was about to get to work on my novel when it came to me. The novel can wait till later. Right now I need to be telling the many people who call and email me asking what’s new in the world of healing about the interview I did yesterday with French practitioner Marie-Anne Boularand, U.S. director and founder of the Biodecoding Institute. And the astro-physicist I met with in Montana last month. Because even though I finished my last book, The Thirteenth Moon; a Journey into the Heart of Healing, which is an odyssey of my recovery, I continue to seek out physicists and scientists working far, far outside the box who are searching for the causes, cures and myths of cancer.

I am starting this blog to share my adventures and explorations into what I believe to be the medicine of the future with all my fellow seekers.
What drew me to Boularand, whose work is based on the New German Medicine ™, is the basic principle that by tracking the root cause of any illness – finding the pattern and breaking it, a recurrence can be prevented. We began by guiding me through all the physical and emotional stages of my illness and establishing the pattern that was set in motion from early childhood. This process is described on her website: www.biodecoding.com for those who’d like to learn more. Next week we will begin the process. I’ll be reporting back….
Also, last month, August, I went to Montana to interview a quantum physicist, Dan Nelson, who has developed a technique for rebalancing the body and strengthening the immune system. (more on this …)

And the work of Dr. Thomas Rau, the Chief Medical Director of the Paracelsus Klinik in Switzerland and founder of Paracelsus Biological Medicine. His clinic, close to the city of St. Gallen, is a first of its kind in Switzerland, and now widely recognized as a center of excellence for natural medicine. I will keep you posted…

6 comments:

  1. This is an amazing work. I am thrilled that you're doing it and will help spread the word that there is more to health and healing then we can begin to know.

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  2. I can't wait to hear more...please keep 'em coming. Alex Street

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  3. This could not have come at a better time -- important on both a personal and a public level, as we all have to unite to fight the insurance companies and the corporatization of medicine!
    Anne R.

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  4. This is great and so interesting. I look forward to more.
    Thank You!

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  6. This seems wonderful. I'm on a similar journey, in terms of finding ways to finish healing my thyroid and endocrine system, immune system and so on, through inner work, energy healing, communion with God and the spiritual and natural world, universal love, and natural medicine and Western medicine.

    Congrats on your book! Which one would you recommend I read? I mean, which one do you think would help me the most in my journey?

    Thanks! Peace, Rachel E. MacDonald

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