Friday, 14 September 2018



I wrote about willpower last year and have come back to visit and bring more depth.

What is willpower and how is it defined?
Willpower according to the Collins Dictionary is a very strong determination to do something.

I found it understates the meaning for harnessing the willpower
needed to survive and fight cancer.

The Cambridge Dictionary definition describes willpower as the ability to control your own thoughts and how you behave.

Now... we are getting closer to the truth 
and the mindset we must employ,
to survive cancer.

The ability to control your own thoughts and the fear associated with cancer. Fear is transferred to us from people who have never had cancer, and don’t know what to do to survive. Therefore, their fear becomes our fear, which escalates and does not help with the situation we have found ourselves in.

This snowball takes a great deal of energy and is draining on the will power to control your fears and thoughts. It is easy to be overwhelmed by the insurmountable battles you are facing. Not only on your health and coming to terms with the condition. But finding the knowledge you need to heal. To add more hot water to the pot - is the mindset of the surrounding people in your environment. This is not an easy task!

BE gentle with yourself and make a nurturing safe environment.
May I suggest you take a break from the people who leave you with a state of fear.

Willpower for me became a focus which comes from within. It's was not a goal to set on paper or a list to check off yet. These are physical exertions - belonging to the outside world and the outer focus.

To harness willpower comes from within, a driving force, you invoke in yourself, and once you make your mind up. Nothing and no one will sway you from that intention. Writing from my experience beating cancer involves 80% mental focus and 20% physical action.

The world as we know it is focused primarily on the physical. Your body, your organs, which part to cut out or cut off. So terribly wrong.

So ask yourself..
Do you really want to survive cancer?

Or are you easily swayed by doubts and fears you pick up on from others?
If you  had a knee jerk reaction to my first question, and the voice inside your head yelled “YES”.
Then that is the part of the human spirit, inside yourself to tap into. If you hesitated, then there is much work to do. Because you are halfhearted in your attempts and easily swayed by outside influences.
You really don’t want to survive. Somehow life has got too hard for you, and it is difficult to make choices right for your survival?

I trust I can at least convey HOPE and show with courage and conviction. You can survive cancer. You need to put willpower into action by thinking, it can happen and follow through. Hesitancy will not get you over the finish line.

You can have a loved one provide care and assistance and support. But if you do not engage the spirit and willpower to carry yourself over the survival line. The loved one’s energy will not aid in recovery. You need to be totally honest with yourself and focus on engaging your willpower as you have never experienced it before. This is one time you cannot afford complacency.

On a scale of 1 to 100. (100 representing 100%)
Where do you see your determination and willpower scale sitting? Be honest, the first number that pops into your head.
If you are below the 80 mark. Sit and ponder or meditate on what is stopping you from believing you can survive, or what doubts you have and where they come from? Question every thought as it flits through your mind. Why do you believe that thought? Why do you doubt?

This is your homework for the week. Removing the doubts and negativity in your mind. I know when I harness my internal willpower into a driving force. I experience a strong intense feeling in my solar plexus, and my mind has total focus on achieving the will to survive.

Only then do I obtain the clarity of thought, connected the intense emotion to set and establish my goals. Following through to the outer world, and filling out the To Do Lists. On what I - needed to accomplish in the physical world, to make it over the survival line.

It was a great comfort after struggling for so many years, to learn medical science is 40-60 years behind the times. This was scientifically confirmed by Doctor Bruce Lipton in his book The Biology of Belief”.  He has written, from a scientist’s point of view, that a person able to change their lifestyle can survive cancer.  I am one of many people who proved this to be true.

I hope there will be many more sufferers who persevere and not surrender their spirit or soul. Survivors of cancer - using the epigenetic way.  Will force a massive rethink about the use of redundant therapies, currently provided by pharmaceutical companies and doctors.

Over the past five years there has been a subtle shift happening with patients and forward - thinking doctors. I am satisfied that change will come. Only the greedy will remain - and it will be so obvious.
This is my vision.

Stay Strong!


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