Today I want you to know that nothing is impossible.
5 years ago my doctors, family, friends and I were shocked to find out that, after just 2 short months of alternative cancer treatments, I was in complete remission from 7 tumors and stage 4 melanoma.
It was the best birthday of my life.
Today I'm blessed to still be alive and celebrating another birthday and remission anniversary. So I've asked myself, what does this mean for me, you, and everyone else?
To me, it means that no matter what the world tells us, nothing is impossible.
People doubted me and my decision to try alternative treatments. They were scared (as was I) because, according to what many would consider "credible" information from doctors and big organizations, I wouldn't survive no matter what treatments I pursued.
But my story shows that sometimes very convincing and well-meaning people are wrong, and we shouldn't accept what others say as reality without doing some truth searching of our own. (Even if it comes from me! ;))
I'm convinced that there's a whole world of holistic and alternative treatment options for cancer and other diseases that many don't know much about. Through following the work of people like Ty Bollinger, Chris Wark, Dr. Kelly Turner, the Gerson Institute, Gar Hildenbrand, Believe Big, Health Advocates Worldwide, Food Matters and many more I've come to believe that there are thousands of people who have healed from cancer (even stage 4) and other illnesses holistically, and I personally know several of them!
Recently I got really excited because a friend who I'm health coaching who was diagnosed with MS is experiencing amazing results on the Wahls diet, including improved vision and balance (which were both affected by her disease), in just a couple short weeks!! I am so happy for her and the direction she seems to be heading!
Hearing success stories always energizes and excites me, and it reminds me that there is ALWAYS hope.
Ultimately, everything is in God's hands, and we can't know for sure what will work in each individual situation. But, if we sincerely ask to be guided in the right direction, I believe we will.
"If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all generously and without reproach, and it will be given to him." (James 1:5)
So, whatever health challenge you or a loved one may face, just know that there are others who have gone before you on this journey, and that "With God all things are possible."
I am thankful for you. Please let me know if there's any way I can help.
Sincerely and with gratitude,
"And looking at them Jesus said to them, 'With people this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.'” (Matthew 19:26)