According to the scientific study of Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) the answer to stress is yes. But we are humans, living in an amazing complex body where most th…
By Pat Wetzel
Using sound for healing is an art thousands of years old. Sound, after all, is energy and it was discovered long before X-rays and sonograms and many other modern medical wonders.
And sound can heal.
A chance meeting brought a form of sound therapy into my life. In addition to the omnipresence of lymphoma always lurking in the background, I’ve been dealing with Dupuytren’s Contracture which is causing my fingers to curl and become severely crippled. I am quite concerned about loosing the use of my right index finger, and thus the use much of my right hand.
The medical options include needle aponeurotomy, steroid injections, and enzyme injections. These interventions tend to last only for a short period of time. Surgery does not offer any good statistics or guarantees either.
In short, these options address the symptoms, but not the underlying disease. Welcome to modern medicine.
So I’ve been on a lookout for options. That’s when travel serendipity struck yet again.
One woman’s quest to make lemonade out of lemons when handed an impossible set of circumstances including becoming homeless while dealing with an incurable cancer diagnosis.
When the going gets tough, the tough go traveling.
Pat Wetzel is the Founder of the Anti-Cancer Club. And now she’s on a mission for health and healing:
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What would matter to you?
Creating a memory with loved ones?
A restful and healing space?
Twelve lucky winners will come together each quarter, with thought leaders in health, nutrition and mind/body science together for a healing retreat.
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