“Boy Do I “Get It.”


Spiritual Healing Process Boy Do I “Get It.” My Update
By: Diana Ross, Co-Founder of Breast Cancer Yoga.

“Anyone who has witnessed the gradual lessening of someone’s spirit (or enthusiasm) for life, for relationship, or for his or her work knows what it is to see the physical part of that person’s life shrivel into dust. Without participation of the human spirit, nothing can remain in healthy physical form.

This is absolutely real in the world of healing. Those that heal have Spirit. Spirit is essential to the healing process, and when any individual is unable to engage the power of his of her own spirit on the healing journey, that person is preparing to die.”

Intuitive Diagnosis Caroline Myss, Ph.D

It has taken me this long to be able to share with everyone my current journey with lung cancer, my quality of life, and Spirit. I have been humbled by this disease. I have been blessed by this disease. I have been closer to God and felt forsaken by God but I get it that maintaining a healthy “Spirit” is the key; without it quality of life is over.

After having my breast cancer I thought cancer isn’t that hard so when I was diagnosed with lung cancer my attitude was the same. I thought I had the answers. Well I can officially say I don’t have the answers and am humbled by my gross misunderstandings. My heart goes out to everyone who has to walk this walk of cancer and especially to those that don’t have the support, love and hope.

Dawn and I started Breast Cancer Yoga to offer Hope; to Inspire our readers to continue seeing their healing journey. To read about miracles, to make better food choices, to try new healthy alternative sources but it all pales if your Spirit is beat up by the disease. I have been there. Crying in the shower because I had zero energy to wash my hair – so I cut it off and now take baths and ask for help. I cannot do this on my own. Nor can anyone else. Ask for help. Let your friends help. They want too. I never knew I was loved so much until now. Heck I fell in love with my husband all over again. He has been my hope. Maybe instead of the blog reading being INSPIRED it should read being INSPIRIT.

My comments I want to leave you with is forgive everyone, which includes forgiving yourself, release all resentments; they are useless for healing. Don’t regret what you have done just shine a light on it and send it too on its way. Love is the answer so don’t hesitate with the hugs and loving comments. Be sincere. God is watching. I want to live but I do realize that cleaning my spiritual house is important and impermanence is just that – The flow of life.

Diana RossAbout Diana Ross: E-RYT 500 restorative yoga teacher, survivor that cares and founder of Breast Cancer Yoga. Diana is making a difference with Breast Cancer Yoga therapeutic products designed to support you emotionally and physically during breast cancer . We want to give you the attention and personal service you need so please email us at info@breastcanceryoga.com if you have questions.

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  1. Dearest Diana, I was reading your latest research post about breast cancer and found this post. It is beautiful. Thinking of you with love. My your journey be filled with illumination and love. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. I am humbled that you have let me share some of this walk with you. I am touched by your vulnerability, inspired by your openness, and blown away by your growth and your love. Thank you for being in my life.

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  3. You are beautiful. Thank you for being my teacher in so many ways.

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  4. You are loved and your spirit shines through even when your body is exhausted. In the dutch language they have an awesome word for hugs. Knuffels. Diana, Peace be with you and may you experience a job well done.

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  5. Dear Diana
    Thank you for all that you share. Your blog is definitely a wonderful support for many many women.
    My heart is with you as you continue on this crazy, unpredictable journey we call Life – the small one of this body that ends someday and the Large one of your spirit that lives on taking the energy of all the love that you are and that you have shared with it.
    You are an inspiration.

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  6. Your work has touched me deeply. I have lost two brothers to cancer, a sister to suicide, another sister to addiction and another sister to estrangement. Mom and dad are gone. My daughters are struggling with life and my 5 grandchildren suffer from their struggle. I have watched my wife struggle with an diagnosed illness for 5 years. I look forward to your posts, thank you.

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  7. Totally agree!

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