Susan Liberty Hall – Cancer Choices! (May 29, 2014)
NThey say, ‘Laughter is the best medicine.’ If that’s true, then it’s so important that we use laughter to lessen the fear and horror of hearing these terrible words, “You have Cancer.” However, Susan was not laughing when her mom and brother died of Cancer.
This is the dreaded disease, the death sentence, that brings images of gaunt and yellow faces, baldness and not knowing what to do, where to go or how to support oneself or another after hearing these words.
Hopefully one will take some deep breaths and connect with one’s own inner-feelings about what is taking place; allow the mind to open for a full-dialogue with self and begin to question all roads for health. One always has choices! If so, then what might they be?
Most people believe that medical doctors, renowned researchers and heavily funded research programs surely have the best answers. Do they?
1. How do we support change or choices?
2. What significant improvement has there been in conventional Cancer treatments in the last 50 years or more?
3. What is the actual success rate for those treatments?
4. What would it look like if all of those funds were channeled into why people get Cancer in the first place and how to avoid it altogether?
Go to Susan’s website: http://www.hailaughinthefaceofcancer.com/ … then click on the tab: Two Feathers Healing at the top.
Susan’s email: email@example.com