Mama You Been On My Mind Analysis

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Mama, You Been on My Mind

Who planted the audacity seed that grew into a woman willing to walk away from the Standard of Cancer (S)care and cure her own breast cancer? My mother. If she had been diagnosed with cancer and had the resources, she would have healed it herself, because she was that kind of woman. She always wanted to be a doctor, but she only made it through high school. So, she studied nutrition in Prevention magazine, because she said doctors didn’t bother to learn anything about preventing illness.

She had a painful skin condition, so she read and experimented and healed it with the natural food from her own organic garden - and made her own yoghurt. She even made her own soap and used it to wash our laundry
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There are plenty of people who’ve whipped cancer - even after they’ve been sent home to die. However, believing you can beat it will make all the difference in the world.

My mother lost her ability to believe in herself, and nobody blames her. She was the victim of so much negligence and abuse, she had no idea how to cope with the pain, but she went on living long after there was any hope in it. When she couldn’t cope with her well of sadness and shame, she did the only thing she knew how to do; she went against her own convictions and turned to prescrip- tion drugs. If she’d only had the tools and resources available in this guide, she may have come to terms with her shipwrecked life and found some peace.

Luckily for us, she never had to deal with cancer, as that could have been the end of her. You don’t have to wind up in that old paradigm either. Welcome to the Land of Non-Toxic. My son taught me that the Tragic Cancer Paradigm is a re- volving door through which you must pass many times, but it doesn’t have to be the end of you - if you’re willing to do the work. Cancer work puts the love of life back into you - when you take the time to learn the
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