A few years ago I was informed by my doctor that I had abnormal cells in my body, a biopsy was done and they found stage 2 cancer. That day I decided to adopt a healthier lifestyle, I started practicing Buddhism, I only used products with ingredients I could pronounce and eating food with an organic label. Over the years this lifestyle has developed and now I meditate weekly in order to work on my spirituality and manifesting compassion. I have also been a vegetarian for 3 years and have recently been working on becoming vegan. I have transformed my life, my soul and my body. Yesterday my test results came back, and after four years I am still cancer free!
I am one of the lucky ones and ever since I had a close call with cancer I do my best to stay educated on new research, carcinogens and also try to help spread the word about healthy living. So many people think the government has your health and best interest in mind but they are wrong. The government allows cancer causing food to be produced and put on the market for purchase because the sicker Americas are the richer Pharmaceutical companies and Meat companies become and the more wealthy these companies the wealthier our government representatives. Adopting a meat free and dairy free diet is the surest way to reduce your chances or cancer or illnesses in general.
The truth is that we do have a cure for cancer but it is illegal. Healthcare Cannabis REALLY IS the cure for cancer, and the government has KNOWN it, but pharmaceutical companies don’t make money off of HEALTHY people, so they just keep prescribing pills to not actually FIX the problems but to mask them. Whereas cannabis can ACTUALLY CURE people. Also Healthcare Cannabis is different from the Cannabis people smoke to get high. If you or someone you know is ill take a look at the food that is being consumed and do research on alternative eating and medicines. Don’t let someone make money off your suffering.http://anonhq.com/more-evidence-marijuana-causes-cancer-cells-to-commit-suicide/
I saved my life last year. At the beginning of last year I felt lonely, sad and broken. I had just ended a relationship with a man with who I thought I would live the rest of my life with. Heart break is not a strong enough word to describe how I felt about the dissolve of our relationship. Hopeless and alone I started 2015 with one thing in mind, healing. My break up was so difficult because I had given so much of myself to my partner and our relationship; I lost who I was and the love for myself by compromising all my wants in order to satisfy my partners. January 1, 2015 became the day I decided I would no longer base my actions and decisions based on other people. Compromising would be limited and I would do things solo, which is something I had never done before. Damn it if I wanted to go somewhere or do something I would do it even if it was alone. Previously my wants had been placed on the back burner which made me feel irrelevant and not a priority; well that was about to change I was making myself my number one priority. Over the year I have become used to doing things alone and enjoy my alone time and solitude. Doing things alone has taught me a lot about myself and I have learned more about who I am as a person because of it. The year 2015 was a difficult year but I am a stronger and wiser person for it. Doing what you love and loving yourself are two things I was lacking in 2014, in 2015 I gained it back and now in 2016 I am going to continue to build on it. The single life agrees with me, I am the happiest I have been in the last year and I am able to do things I want and enjoy doing and feel good about it.