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Rise in breast cancer and Serge Benhayon’s 1999 prediction
We continue to keep ourselves in the illusion of the claim that we are winning the ‘war’ on breast cancer because we have better drugs and treatments which result in longer survival rates whilst still great many women are being diagnosed with breast cancer. Whatever smarty-pants answers we may come up with, they are not even worthy of mention and here is why…
Epigenetics, Lifestyle diseases, Breast care, Breast cancer, Women's health
Judith and Ingrid – the record of a beautiful friendship
Judith McIntyre passed over from terminal cancer 2 years ago last June. It took me 2 years to start writing about the deep and inspiring connection we had . . .
Breast cancer awareness month – is there more to current breast awareness?
Beyond thinking pink there is something women can do that deeply affects our breasts, their quality and our overall health and it’s free: self-nurturing.
Human body, Breast cancer, Health conditions, Women's health, Nurturing, Breast care
BRCA genes – options for potential breast cancer prevention
Sharon Gavioli explores the current options for breast cancer prevention for women tested as positive for the BCRA gene. The article also touches on the current research supporting the importance of lifestyle choices in the prevention of cancer.
Cancer, Women's health, Lifestyle, Health conditions, Breast cancer, Genetic
Esoteric Breast Massage Testimonial by Heather Pope
From excruciating period pain and endometrioses to a pain free cycle, hear more from Heather Pope about the support she experienced from the Esoteric Breast Massage.
Going sugar free and why we crave sugar
Discover how Jacqueline used sugar as an ‘artificial sweetener’ in her life and found her way back to her own natural sweetness. Are you using sugar as life’s artificial sweetener?
From wine to water: How I finally quit drinking alcohol with the help of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon
Ingrid Langenbruch on giving up alcohol: “Breast cancer didn’t stop me from drinking alcohol but the support of Universal Medicine did . . . this is what happened . . .”
What if we see people instead of numbers when we look at cancer statistics?
UK cancer talk week – Serge Benhayon lays tribute to the UK and how they make available statistics about what is really going on.
Cancer, Family, Ill health, Health conditions, Humanity, Palliative care, Passing over, Death, Breast cancer
How Sacred Esoteric Healing helped support me through breast cancer
How Sacred Esoteric Healing supported Lee-Ann through her medical treatment of breast cancer.
Practitioner, Universal Medicine, Healing, Inflammation, Breast cancer
Warning: Sympathy hurts and can be harming to your health
Take it from someone who has had breast cancer for the past 14 years – sympathy is not all it is cracked up to be. We think that people want our sympathy but do they really? What are the real effects of sympathy when we take a closer look?
Living medicine by understanding cancer
It’s time to understand cancer and stop losing the battle to fight it.
A healthy lifestyle and breast cancer prevention
A healthy lifestyle and breast cancer prevention presents how we feel about ourselves may impact our ability to sustain healthy lifestyle choices.
Genetic, Women's health, Lifestyle, Health conditions, Cancer, Nurturing, Breast cancer
The prevention of breast cancer – the answer is in our bodies
Epigenetics and cellular science are showing that illness, such as breast cancer, is not random bad luck but the result of the environment within us over which we have enormous control via understanding the true impact of all our choices.
Cancer, DNA, Epigenetics, Genetic, Lifestyle, Lifestyle diseases, Health conditions, Human body, Breast cancer
What do you mean, do I have a relationship with my breasts?
What does it mean for a woman to have a relationship with her own breasts, and why would she want one? In a world where Breast Cancer rates continue to increase, is it time to consider a new way of breast care?
Self-nurturing: a key ingredient in breast cancer support
Self-nurturing: a key ingredient in breast cancer support invites women to consider the importance of deeply caring for themselves during treatment for breast cancer
Stillness and its connection to healing
The quality of stillness and its relationship to cancer and chemotherapy; what is the link and how does stillness work to support the body through illness?
Breathing my own breath
How do yoga, a healthy lifestyle and being an earnest seeker of truth fit with a diagnosis of breast cancer? How does this make sense?