I have been feeling down and mopey, overwhelmed and confused about the choices I have to make for my cancer treatment protocol. So I have enlisted the help of my dear, multi-talented husband who is skilled in kinesiology, shiatsu, cranio-sacral therapy and Reiki, to help me devise a plan that suits me best. Lucky, lucky me to have an in-house healer!
I have also booked a session with Quantum Kinesiologist, Andy Kemp from the Chiron Centre in Bristol, a trusted practitioner who has helped me heal difficult conditions before. Kinesiology is a brilliant therapy that taps into the body’s own wisdom and asks what will be the most effective treatment for this particular person. It does this by gently testing the strength of an indicator muscle in the presence of various treatments, herbs, supplements, foods, etc.
Bill gets out all his kinesiology test kits to find out what will help me most. He calls in his guiding angels and begins the session. His testing comes up with this:-
- Hormonal imbalance – too much oestrogen
- Deficiency of helpful gut bacteria
We didn’t know it at the time, but later the hospital sent a letter saying that my lump is oestrogen responsive. My research found that iodine deficiency and hypothyroidism are also common factors in people with breast cancer. I found out later, through Andy Kemp, that I have leaky gut syndrome, so Bill’s testing is very accurate to determine the physical background to my cancer.
He tests for supplements and remedies that will help. Multi-vitamins and minerals come up, as does high dose Vitamin C, turmeric and agnus castus – a herb which is really effective for balancing female hormones. The Bach flower remedy Rock Rose comes up – no wonder, as it is used to help deal with shock and horror.
After the testing, Bill gives me a beautiful soothing shiatsu and cranio-sacral treatment. Finally, he asks his guiding angels to assist him in doing an extraction on the causative energy of my breast cancer. As he tunes in to what is happening in there, he sees a yucky, orange, many-tentacled thing wrapping itself around the tissues of my breast. He goes in with his guide and gently prizes it free before putting it on the fire and burning some sage to help clear the energy. ‘Better out, than in!’ he comments as the yucky thing goes on the fire. Then he asks for a cascade of light to fill my body with sparkling energy. It is blissful – a welcome moment of light in a dark time.
By Sunday afternoon, I feel as though I am going through a massive detox. I have one of those horrendous headaches behind the eyes, which won’t go away, no matter how much water I drink. It feels like chemicals are coming out of my eyeballs. And my skin feels so irritated, as if toxins are coming directly out of it too. I think it is a combination of Bill’s treatment with the extraction, and also all the love, light and healing being sent to me by so many people.
The detox is physically really hard, but inwardly I am delighted that these toxins are leaving my body. I decide to support the detox by getting very clean with my diet. I give up drinking any caffeinated drinks and stop having any meat, dairy or sugar. I am enjoying eating loads of fresh green vegetables. In fact, my body is craving them, along with fresh berries such as raspberries and blackcurrants.
At this time of year, our garden is full of fresh herbs such as lemon balm, thyme, oregano and mint, so I make teas by infusing them in hot water. I have never been very good at drinking loads of cold water. I find it chills my kidneys. But drinking these teas made from my garden herbs feels really healing and refreshing. The lemon balm also has an uplifting effect on my emotions. It is very easy for me to feel down at the moment and drinking the lemon balm brings a little sunshine back into my life.
Quantum Kinesiology Rocks, and so does Andrew Kemp
Andrew Kemp is a brilliant kinesiologist. He has taken his classical kinesiology training to the next level, calling what he does ‘Quantum Kinesiology.’ So his testing can go much further and give more detailed results than Bill’s work. Nothing phases him. As far as he is concerned everything can be healed by natural means in the most subtle and gentlest of ways. His testing and diagnosis of what has caused the illness on every level – mind, body and spirit is superb.
It is a beautiful journey through the wooded hills of the Wye Valley, as I make my way to Andrew’s clinic in Bristol. The river is sparkling in the July sunshine. Swans and white geese float on the water.
Andrew greets me in his clinic room. I tell him of my cancer diagnosis and the ongoing difficulties I have had in healing from the hip replacement operation. After his initial tests, the first thing he says is, ‘This is a hero’s journey for you.’ This is not the first time I’ve heard that phrase lately! He goes on to say, ‘The testing on the spiritual aspects of this illness for you show that there is nothing negative here. This is a sacred journey to healing and will bring great gifts for you to pass on to others.’
Then he tests for the physical causes. ‘The major physical cause of this is chemicals in your body. And when I test for where these have come from, the major part of them are the chemicals left over from all the medical treatments you have had, especially the last hip replacement operation. There are also some pesticide residues.’
I tell him about the farmer spraying the field next to our garden and how the first time they did it, I was in the garden and got a big lungful of it. He tests again, and yes, this is a factor, along with the general pesticide load in the environment.
‘All these chemicals have led to you having leaky gut syndrome, where food particles are getting directly from your gut into your bloodstream, causing generalised inflammation around the body and all sorts of other problems like hypothyroidism. The solution is to heal your gut and repopulate it with healthy bacteria and I will test for a suitable protocol for you. Because of the chemicals and all the pain and physical difficulty you have had since the operation, your lymph is quite sluggish too.’
He talks about the factors involved in breast cancer on an emotional level. He says, ‘I have found that breast issues are usually about nourishment, self-nurturing and always worrying about others rather than nurturing yourself, with a side helping of feeling like a victim.’
I laugh and say, ‘Sounds about right to me!’
Then he tests for which therapies will be most beneficial for me. He writes out a healing protocol for my first phase of healing:-
- Drink more fluids, including 3 glasses of water with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and mixed with a teaspoon of honey.
- Eat an alkalising diet and cut out grains and sugar
- Repopulate gut bacteria by eating raw unpasteurised fermented food such as sauerkraut, kimchi and kefir.
- Take L-glutamine to heal the gut.
- Use ozone therapy to oxygenate the cells.
- Take CBD oil as natural chemotherapy.
It has been a wonderful session. It has settled my mind about the causes of this condition and given me clarity on the way forward for my healing. A lot of the doubt and confusion that I have been feeling is now dispelled. Andrew’s calm, reassuring manner has helped me feel that I can do this. My miracle is entirely possible.
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