A life unfolding
till the last breath
Living well with a chronic & terminal cancer diagnosis.
Let me introduce myself.
I am a 64 year old woman who has travelled the world, lived in different countries and done many things in my life until I came to settle down in Australia about 29 years ago. 15 years ago I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. In April 2016 it was diagnosed as terminal and I was given 3-6 months to live.
More than a year and a half later I am still here and feeling very well. And from how I feel now, instead of 3 months I might have 3 years – who knows, maybe 6 years to still live in this body. So I felt to share what I have learned and how I made changes in my life and attitude to have now a deep sense of wellbeing and vitality and a feeling of joyfulness that is pretty consistent. I also learned heaps when caring for a close girlfriend until she passed over about 3 years ago.
Living with terminal cancer I am not as strong as I used to be and there are some things that I can no longer do but this hasn’t stopped me from deepening my delicateness with myself and my appreciation of evolving and healing – not so much curing the physical symptoms, although there has been some incredible changes in this regard, but healing the deeper energetic aspects that in my understanding, led to the illness. That is what this website will explore – how I have come to a deep sense of wellbeing within myself even though there is terminal illness in the body.
I will also share about other insights I have had, how to prepare for passing over, how to care for someone when they are ill as well as things that happened in my life and what I am learning from them– anything I feel is worthwhile to share.
So, enjoy the website and my articles.
I dedicate this website to Serge Benhayon and all Universal Medicine Practitioners who have supported me through the last 15 years living with cancer and without whom I would not be where I am at now.
And also to the whole Benhayon family who all live and reflect what is possible to live in this very challenging and increasingly out of control time for humanity.
And dedicated to my dear friend Judith who passed over so gracefully and joyfully. What a gift and learning it was to look after her and I would not be where I am now with my understanding of living with a terminal disease. She was my role model in how to pass over gracefully and completely surrendered.
And to all my friends all over the world that have touched my life here or there.
I thank you all.