When I worked as a practitioner I saw many people with cancer. It is a truly awful disease, as anyone knows who has suffered, or who has had loved-ones experience its pain.
What I saw awoke many questions within me, questions that I have pondered and meditated over for the past few years.
Cancer is the leading cause of death in the over 65s, though we know that it does not discriminate and people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures fall victim – and the numbers are increasing all the time.
Some find themselves on a life changing journey of self-discovery and recover fully with a renewed sense of what it means to be alive. Others, we say goodbye to, until next time – and their sad departure stays with us, in our thoughts and memories, our questions left unanswered.
I have spent the last couple of years looking into cancer, researching how it is created and what we can do to prevent it. I realised, having seen so many people who unfortunately left it too late to make the necessary changes, that where possible prevention is really better than cure.
Correct information is vital, but even more importantly: what is understood must be applied if risk is to be reduced. There are so many things to consider and this can feel overwhelming which means that people often do nothing, as they don’t know where to start.
Incorporating lifestyle changes which affect mind, body and spirit, taking into consideration important environmental influences – introduced and acted upon step by step, bit by bit, small bite size pieces at a time – will eventually make up a whole change in overall health and well-being.
The old paradigm of eat healthily, get some exercise and keep yourself in balance to live long and prosper is no longer enough. I have seen people who have lived by this basic philosophy and they have still died as a result of chemical poisons.
Many of the toxins which are accumulating within the body have only been around for the last 50 years or less. We need radical action, revised methodology, new understanding and to incorporate this as a lifestyle if we are to live to be healthy and vibrant as we age.
I will be including more of this information into all the classes I teach. Life upgrade is a powerful detoxification program, which as we and others are exploring further, is able to assist in making fundamental changes in how we store data and accumulate toxicity at a cellular level.
There is so much information which I am ready to share and we will be finding new, interesting and fun ways to bring this information to you. Our intent is to bring you the most cutting edge information in a way that you can make use of in your day-to-day life, empowering you to take care of your own health.
A Basic but Essential first step
Drink water, spring if possible, filtered at worst.
Not tap water. Avoid plastic bottles, drink from glass.
Make this the first step – Upgrade your water. Buy a filter, visit a natural spring, buy a glass container – whatever is the next step for you.
Put this in place today and make the necessary changes, perhaps put post-it notes up to remind yourself to drink if your memory isn’t so good, just until this becomes a new, natural habit.
New Habits – New You
Making small but essential changes to everyday habits will go a long way to helping you live free from disease. One step at a time, day by day, as you focus on the direction you want to go in, you can create great health for yourself and your family.
Go drink some beneficial water now! 🙂