Vernon aka Vito on October 29th, 2012

My Current cancer take on Breathing for Health and Well Being Breathing hit me hard and in the right places about 4 and ½ years ago. What happened was that I was diagnosed with terminal stage IV prostate cancer that metastasized to the bones. The doctors told me that they couldn’t do surgery, chemo, or […]

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I do a lot of focused breathing (PTR), meditation, and a continual reaching for better feeling thoughts. This little blurb sums it up: “A withdrawal of attention from the unwanted condition is necessary in order to release it from your experience, but it is also necessary to cease the resistant thought that pinched off the […]

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Vernon aka Vito on August 7th, 2010

One of the questions that I have asked mySelf the last couple years is, “How do you become the person who allows a healing to take affect?” In other words, why is it that some people will undergo the same treatment for a disease as others, yet not all are ‘cured’ or ‘healed.’ What is […]

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Vernon aka Vito on July 5th, 2010

I don’t know about you, but those meds the doctors put me on some 2 plus years ago slowed me down and helped to pack on forty pounds. I lost quite a bit of it with the alkaline diet I put mySelf on. However, I really wanted to swim or do water aerobics. In Anza, […]

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