Inner Peace Tip #9 – How Do You Maintain Inner Peace, Calm and Sanity When Facing a Terminal Disease or When a Loved One Is Facing This Diagnosis?

I have tremendous compassion and empathy for anyone having to face a terminal disease or who has a loved one facing this diagnosisFirst and foremost, it’s important to understand how anything but inner peace can exasperate and even accelerate disease. If you’re supporting a loved one, your added stress can be contagious too.

Instead, this is the single most important time to surrender into inner peace. Focus and align squarely on the present moment without resistance. Expand your feelings of gratitude for every aspect of your life. If you’re not already a meditator, this is a great time to begin.

Scientific research shows how “meditation” directly correlates with a myriad of physiological benefits including improved immune function; reducing activity of viruses and emotional distress; increases blood flow; improved flow of air to the lungs resulting in easier breathing; harmonizes endocrine system; relaxes nervous system; and prevents, slows or controls pain of chronic diseases.

Keep bringing yourself back to this moment, enjoying it fully, while making choices supporting your highest well-being. I know of a young gal who was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer, and wholly stepped into the present moment – becoming completely ONE with “what is.”  Something miraculous happens when we do this. The doctors were amazed when her disease began reversing to Stage 2, then Stage 1.  A few months later, she was entirely healed and went off and joined the Peace Corp.

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2 Responses to “Inner Peace Tip #9 – How Do You Maintain Inner Peace, Calm and Sanity When Facing a Terminal Disease or When a Loved One Is Facing This Diagnosis?”

  1. Britt Michaelian

    Wow, this is a powerful article. My mom was recently diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer and we haven’t known what to focus on in terms other healing besides chemo and diet. Meditation really is one of those practices that we all should be taught in school! Thank you for this information.

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    • Mary Allen

      Britt,

      Just saw your comment was waiting on approval. Sending you and Mom blessings during this time. Definitely meditation is a wonderful resource for all involved.
      I SO agree with you too… what IF meditation was taught in school? Amazing idea!

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