When Manya Lindsay was diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2007, she found herself facing death.
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She could sense the fear of family and friends whose thoughts were “you better hurry up and take treatment if you don’t want to die.”
A quiet and meditative person by nature, it made her reflect on life and she realized that it had never presented her with something she couldn’t handle. She chose to be optimistic about learning instead of focusing on dying.
In this inspirational and illustrated account, she shares what she learned on her journey. Drawing on the teachings of a Lakota Sioux medicine man, indigenous groups from all over the world, as well as Buddhist meditation, she liberated herself and walked down a path of healing.
By tracing her steps, you’ll rediscover your inner strength, overcome fears, and learn ways to heal your body naturally. Make the decision to take fundamental steps to quicken recovery with Cancer: An Intuitive Healing.