Healing cancer with NLP
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Most people associate NLP with career minded individuals wanting to climb the corporate ladder or with athletes who want to break world records. However, there’s much more to NLP than that.
I used one 20 minute session of NLP to overcome my lifelong fear of needles; pretty impressive huhn?
Keith Hern, however (a self confessed alternative therapy sceptic no less) used NLP to help cure himself of the fears and terror he experienced when he was diagnosed with throat cancer.
Keith has written a book about his experiences, called Bangers and Mash. As a professional photographer, Keith has captured his journey on camera and shows candid photos at every stage of his treatment.
The book is open, honest, thought provoking and humorous – after all, what better medicine than the ability to laugh at ourselves?[amazon-product align=”right” small=”1″]1904312772[/amazon-product]
For anyone wanting an uplifting and inspiring story or for those who have been given a diagnosis of cancer, this book could provide the comfort and answers you crave.
NLP can help you achieve a positive mindset and increased energy which means you get out of the way and let the wisdom of your body heal itself.
Meeting his NLP coach prior to his cancer diagnosis, Keith turned up for his first session “an emotional wreck, frightened to death and simply not knowing how to deal with the treatment process.” He left with an altogether more positive outlook having taken the first steps on the road to changing his beliefs to ‘I can beat this’.
His results have impressed and amazed the medical establishment.
Keith sent me a copy of his book to read. I picked it up ‘to flick through it for 5 minutes’ and an hour and a half later put down the book where I had read it cover to cover. It gave me enormous insight about the procedures he went through as well as allowing me a glimpse of what life is like when living with cancer.
You can read more about Keith and view some of his photographs on his blog.
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