In my previous life, my heart and mind were as unhealthy as my body. But the tragic moments of that life have become the magic moments of this one.
I let go of relationships in my life that were not in my best interest and I learned to forgive others and myself. I learned we need to forgive the “buggers” in our lives before we can heal, find our purpose and passion, and move on with grace – learning from that challenge.
In my travels, I’ve met some amazing people, gurus, religious – spiritual leaders, Shamans, Ph.D.’s, scientists and doctors who were guinea pigs for their own creative medical inventions. The one that comes to mind was my dear friend Dr. Kuhnau, who was 80 years old and known all over the world for his cellular therapy of live and frozen cells without preservatives – the guru of Live Cell Therapy. I would accompany him to the San Diego fishing docks to buy shark cartilage and he would inject himself first with his formula. He was fascinating.
I’ve visited and studied the customs and philosophies of Hawaiians, Maoris – Polynesian culture, Aborigines from Australia, Mexican, Brazilian, Hungarian, Indian, South East Asian gurus and spiritualists – ancient European cultures. I’ve studied a plethora of meditation techniques, creative imagery, enlightenment programs, nutrition and metabolic therapies and the connection between illness and our emotional health.
NLP, psycho-cybernetics and motivational self-development, body language and corporate leadership courses were all fascinating to me. I wanted to know how people ticked.
I’ve learned the lifetime benefits of meditation – the power of our mind and how our thoughts quite literally create our future. I learned how to control silent inflammation and stabilize my blood sugars with the right foods.
My travels and the wisdom I gained help me to develop a daily action plan that was strict and involved the right combination of foods, daily rituals, meditation, visualizations and mentally rehearsing who I wanted to be and visualizing myself in the future. No matter what treatments you decide to do your emotions and your thought process are vital to saving your life.
Eventually, the stage production I had created and rehearsed in my mind over and over again became my reality. I got my wish and manifested a new healthy me.
When I heard those four magic words, “you are in remission,” I became a crusader. All I wanted to do was help others. I mean, when you’ve researched the world for 25 years searching for innovative evidenced-based therapies, diets, and tools and have found things that work, you want to share these discoveries to help others and offer hope.
“What if your tragic moments become magic moments.” ~ Prudence Sinclair