Posted 2/22/2008 8:17 AM (GMT -7)
This is an interesting adventure as I am the greatest believer in we create our realities and that our bodies have a magnificent capability of healing itself if we let go of the resistance and truly do believe it can be done.
I had an experience at Christmas with a Christmas flower. For Christmas I received one of those plants that have a very long stalk and at the top are 4 or 5 beautiful flowers. We admired this plant as the flowers unfolded and they were enormous. Unfortunately, the pot was not counter balanced properly and the plant toppled over from a very high cabinet it was on. It sat for a couple days on the floor as I wasn't there to fix it up.
I came home and lovingly put it in a new pot. It still had a couple of beautiful blooms. It stood in the pot ok but the blooms were so heavy and the stalk was damaged in the fall that it now kept leaning way over and would not stand. I went in my garden and found a stick that I put in the pot. It reached up and had a little fork at the top that perfectly held the stalk at the right place. Life was good.
Two days later I looked at the plant from across the room and thought, how weird, the stalk was no longer being propped up by the stick. It was standing majestically on its own. In 2 days, it "healed/fixed/strengthened" itself and was able to stand upright unsupported..... the plant has NO resistance!
At the time this struck me as such an amazing experience of nature's ability to heal.
I know I have to hold this vision firm in my mind. I dip into this place of fear because I love him so much and do not want to lose him. This is a great test for me to practice what I believe!
I have tried to find the book that was referenced. We are in Canada and they did not have it for sale on Chapters or Indigo. I will keep searching for it as I am keen to make whatever dietary changes need to be made to help!
Thank you for your kind reassuring words. I did modify my signature as 5.0 is the correct #. Maybe I was hoping it was 2.0. Perspective is quite funny... here I am wishing for a 2.0 and most of you would dread a 2.0.
Husband Diagnosed: September 2007
His Age: 61
Radical Prostatectomy: Oct 25, 2007
Gleason Score on pathology: 4 + 3 = 7
4 mo post op - Feb 13/08 PSA: 5.0
Starting hormone therapy: March 2008