One of the major side effects of being diagnosed with cancer, is the terror of the diagnosis itself.
When I was diagnosed and heard the word “cancer”, I pictured a bald head, wasted arms, and, well…walking death. (In fact, when we picture “cancer”, we actually imagine images fed to us by media – which is not always cancer, but often chemotherapy).
Regardless, a cancer diagnosis makes you think of one thing: Death.
But your fear can actually become a tool for your healing process. As I will be teaching in the Advanced Medical Intuition Intensive, October 8 and 9th, fear is the foundation of every disease, including cancer.
Fear is the opposite of love.
All illnesses are ultimately, an attempt to find love, to alleviate in internal sense of fear.
We might fear that we aren’t lovable.
We might fear that we can’t accomplish our life purpose.
We might fear we are “purpose-less”.
We might even fear that we don’t deserve love, good things in life, or life itself.
We might even fear that we are not worthy of love from the divine, other people, or worse yet, ourselves.
The good news is, our core fear is strongest in the part of the body, aspect of self, and chakra that is holding a cause for your illness.
Find the fear, and you solve a major piece of the puzzle: The root cause.
This is where your healing journey begins.
I’ll be sharing this and more on October 8th and 9th in Freedom Park, at the Mahlon Adams Pavilion
About 80 people are currently participating in my 8 week on line Advanced Medical Intuition Program…WooHoo! Many of those will be participating in the October weekend Intensive, but there are still spaces left.
There are 70 seats for this event, and as of now I suspect 40 of those are available. For a (mere!) $100 donation to the Sun-son fund, you can participate in this 2-day Advanced Medical Intuition Intensive.
Save your seat today….We are going to have a fun filled, learning, healing, growing 2 days that promises to give you more bang for your buck than you even imagined…
Just make your donation, then “friend me” on Facebook.