Breast Cancer and the Power of Appreciation

Breast cancer can heal faster when using a simple feeling exercise as appreciation.

Breast cancer is very traumatic to any woman who experienced it.

We human beings have tenancy to take our body and its functionality for granted until something drastic happen to us like breast cancer.

There is a powerful force within each one of us, which you can use to overcome any obstacles, no matter how bad the situation is even something as devastating as breast cancer. Once you know how powerful this force is and how it works, you will never have to worry about anything in your life, no fears, no worries, and no anxieties. Life becomes an easy and fulfilling process. You start to enjoy your life; you start to enjoy every moment of your existence.

Are you getting excited about knowing what this power is?

The powerful force that I am talking about is “The power of appreciation. “

Yes, it is the power of appreciation. If you want to heal your life of any illness, you have to know the power of appreciation, and you have to know how it works, and live by it. This is a simple secret weapon that you can use to win the battle over your life. No matter how bad your current circumstances are, even when you battle with breast cancer. Do not let its simplicity fool you. Just this one simple idea will completely change your life.

Ok, let me make a clear statement, let it enter your subconscious mind. “No matter what circumstance you encounter, no matter what situation you are in, you always have the choice of finding something to appreciate in it, and you can immediately change your point of attraction at that moment!”

Remember, the quality of your life is determined by the quality of this moment. You have a choice in every moment. You can choose to feel depressed and unhappy, or you can choose to find something to appreciate, and change your
point of attraction immediately.

For example, during my ordeal with breast cancer, I always appreciated the fact that my breast cancer did not metastasized. I appreciated that I was still alive and well. I appreciate the fact that I can write you about it now.

There are so many ways to express appreciation for what you have right now. I bet you can find gazillion ways to appreciate about your life.

With much appreciation, joy and laughter,

Lea Yekutiel

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  • One Response to Breast Cancer and the Power of Appreciation

    1. Rosa says:

      Turkeys are raised in Finland too – we don’t have ayhintng like Thanksgiving, but they are a popular Christmas choice for those you don’t like pork. I usually go with pork, but sometimes I have bought a turkey after Christmas since you can at times get them cheaply then. Might try your recipe next time. An off topic local turkey story: a little while ago a truck full of them run off road, the turkeys it had been transporting run for freedom and local firefighters spend hours running after them. And I just saw the news that many of those firefighters are now sick with campylobacter. The suspected reason is that they didn’t bother to clean their hands before eating their sandwiches on the scene, while catching turkeys before and after.And from pork you can get trichinosis. Sometimes I might consider going vegetarian, except you can also get all kinds of stuff from badly cleaned veggies, and besides I just like meat way too much (plus it’s a lot easier to have a well balanced meal with all the bits necessary for your health if you eat meat). Besides, when it comes to animals, I presumably have at least one thing one catches from cats, toxoplasmosis, because I have had cats most of my life. (I like dogs as much as I like cats, but have been mostly working jobs where giving a dog the needed exercise would have been at times difficult, cats are a bit easier with that).

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