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Cancer As A Turning Point Volume Ii

From Surviving to Thriving
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2
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Spoken Word CD
Publisher: 
Sounds True
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April, 2004
ISBN:
9781591795988
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Given the undeniable reality of a cancer diagnosis, how can a person create joy, health, and hope? On Cancer as a Turning Point, Volume II, best-selling authors Jean Shinoda Bolen (Goddesses in Everywoman), Oriah Mountain Dreamer (The Invitation), Lawrence LeShan (Cancer as a Turning Point), Martin Rossman (Fighting Cancer from Within), Wayne Muller (How, Then, Shall We Live?), Rachel Naomi Remen (Kitchen Table Wisdom) and others such as Jeanne Achterberg and Susan Chernak McElroy—many of whom are thriving after cancer diagnoses—reframe the healing process in a positive, creative, spiritual light. In 11 sessions, Cancer As a Turning Point, Volume II teaches life skills, such as the importance of humour and loving relationships—and specific techniques, informed by current research on diet, guided imagery, and the role of meditation in cancer treatment. Central to this collection is a revisioning of cancer as the “wisdom disease”—the illness that can teach us how to live.

A few of the talks’ titles give you a good glimpse of the scope of this audio learning set: “Cancer: A Gift that Kept on Giving,” “Mobilizing Your Healing Abilities,” “The Will to Live,” “From Trauma to Triumph,” “How Diet and Nutrition Can Help Control Cancer,” and “The Power of Human Relationships.”

 

 

Publisher’s Description: 

Given the undeniable reality of a cancer diagnosis, how can a person create joy, health, and hope? On Cancer as a Turning Point, Volume II, bestselling authors Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. (Goddesses in Everywoman), Oriah Mountain Dreamer (The Invitation), Lawrence LeShan (Cancer as a Turning Point), Martin Rossman, M.D. (Fighting Cancer from Within), Wayne Muller (How, Then, Shall We Live?), and others---many of whom are thriving after cancer diagnoses---reframe the healing process in a positive, creative, spiritual light. In 11 sessions, Cancer As a Turning Point, Volume II teaches life skills, such as the importance of humor and loving relationships, and specific techniques, informed by current research on diet, guided imagery, and the role of meditation in cancer treatment. Central to this collection is a revisioning of cancer as the wisdom disease---the illness that can teach us how to live.

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