MMS and My Cancer & Tumor Recovery Now, The Detox Life

I have a tumor, larger than a baseball, in my liver, according to an MRI I got in September 2015.

My oncological surgeon wanted me to have surgery to remove this. I’ve had this tumor since 2002 and although it’s benign, it’s slowly and steadily grown. In my appointment with him, in March, I reminded him that I also had 2 other tumors, now completely and entirely gone. I asked him, “If the other tumors shrunk and disappeared, why wouldn’t this one?” He smiled, agreed, and told me, “Ok, we will rescan you in 6 months, if there’s growth: surgery. If the tumor shrinks, I’ll agree with you: no surgery.”

The scan in September 2015 showed that it was exactly the same as it was in January. The tumor didn’t shrink or grow. We are following up again in 1 year.

I have done too many detoxes to count. Each has played an important role in my health and recovery but I entirely attribute one detox in particular to the shrinking and removal of those two other tumors, read more about that here. But, this baseball sized tumor needs to go and the detoxes, prayers, and changed behaviors I’ve implemented haven’t yet stopped it.

A friend suggested I try MMS. I hadn’t heard of it before (and I’ve heard of and tried a LOT of things!!) and unlike my usual self, I didn’t research or critique it, I just went ahead and started the MMS detox. I’ve been on it since October 12, 2015.

It’s been a rough road, full of sluggishness, weakness, diarrhea, nausea, headaches, fatigue, smelly skin, rashes, aches, and more, but my friend has assured me that this is just an indication the detox is working and from my other detox experiences, I know it all too well. I don’t like it, but I don’t want another surgery, so I am highly motivated. Vision gives pain a purpose.

My MMS protocol:

I started with 1 drop of the MMS and if there are detox symptoms, once they subside, I increase the drop by 1, each day. I sip on this concoction (it tastes terrible and smells like chlorine, but MMS is chlorine dioxide, a completely different substance) throughout the day, every hour, for 8 hours, to keep it active in my body. I’m working up to 30 drops per day and once there, I will take that for 3 weeks.

I just came across this video and am in awe of power of this stuff, MMS, which stands for Miracle Mineral Solution. The video describes it in more detail and tells the history, the people and doctors who are working with it, and the success stories of those who suffered from diabetes, malaria, hepatitis C, cancer, the common cold, autism, alzheimer’s, and more.

I’ll get my next scan in September 2016. I am looking forward to the results. In the meantime, I’ll keep living and sharing my experiences, my pain, and catching the beauty of all that this life has to offer. May my pain be your gain. We only live once, let’s seize the day.

Namaste! xoxo

Why am I alive?

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I’ve been thinking a lot about what is it that I really want? What is it that drives me? What makes me come alive? 
 
Health. 
 
My health. My wholeness. I want to live fully, doing what I want to do, going where I want to go, giving and receiving, without impingement, without pain, with full acceptance and love and grace and happiness. 
 
Your health. Your wholeness. I want every one to live in their fullest potential. I want each person I come across to be so inspired and filled with hope that no fear, no self doubt, no judgement will stop the Goodness inside. Full, beautiful expressions of who you (and I) have been created to be, sparking the Divine spark of light to pop and crackle like a sparkler 💥 and creating the most brilliant lifelong symphony of the physical manifestation of love. 
 
The earth’s health. Our earth’s wholeness. There is a rumbling and gurgling that something isn’t right. There is a disconnect between our lifestyle on this planet and the sacred creation that it is. This mass of water and air and rock that supports and sustains us and is the only place we call home. 
 
This, this is what I want. Health. 

Cancer doesn’t define me

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This week I was featured in Redding’s local newspaper, the Record Searchlight. I’m 12 years post the ovarian cancer surgeries, chemo, and death sentence and sharing my story on a broader scale has allowed me to talk and connect with others who are either going through cancer or are post experience as well. It has been a real revelatory and profound week.

My hope has always been to use what the devil meant for evil, for Good and I’ve had the privilege to see it happen over and over again. It makes me so glad to see that the sh*t I went through isn’t for not. That the darkest places I experienced can be turned around to shine light and hope. This fuels and inspires me to keep pressing on! And yet, I am so much more than a cancer survivor. I am so much more than someone who is strong. I am so much more than a yoga instructor. I am so much more than a woman. I am so much more than someone who works hard. I am so much more than someone who inspires. I am so much more, and so are you.

There is actually a small-ness and belittling effect when we singley identify ourselves with xyz, whether it’s being a Christian, a yogi, a cancer fighter, a woman, a college grad, etc. Our identity’s are not determined by what we do, by what we say, by who we present to the world. We are so much more. I am so much greater. You are way more important. Let us rise to the calling that is from heaven. Let us explore the depths of this being (self) that we have been created to be. Let’s try and work and explore and adventure into the innermost parts of God and ourselves to turn this world upside down and let Peace and Hope and Love and Beauty prevail! It’s going to be messy and hard and fun and challenging, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Who’s with me?

You can see a video of me sharing about the benefits of yoga as a healing process here, from this interview.

Namaste. Shine on!

xoxo