We hear cancer is the evil one. We bad mouth it, hunt it down and kill it. While continuing with your treatment, you may want to have a conversation with your cancer.
What if you saw cancer as the kid who never had any friends? The child who was hurt, not listened to, and ignored? Then, what if you took the time to sit down and ask cancer to sit with you. Just be. Breathe into where the cancer currently resides. Then talk with it. If it could talk, what would it say? If something unpleasant comes up, don’t take it personally. (Remember, it’s the hurt one with no friends.)
When the cancer has finished “talking”, share your view with it. Perhaps you see it as an invasion of privacy. It’s the uninvited guest who’s entered your sacred space, stayed too long, and made a mess. Stand in your Truth, not in fear. Tell cancer it’s time to go back to the nothingness from where it came.
When we come from fear, the thing we fear holds on tighter. We’re all its got! You may want to tell cancer it’s done it job, it’s safe for it to leave now, and visualize it packing it’s bags to leave for good.
If you want to share your experience with other readers, what does your conversation sound like?