Vernon aka Vito on December 28th, 2012

It is a good day in Cancer Land when I can come across a book that closely aligns with my views on where cancer comes from. Here is one quote from the book, “It is simple logic. If a person does not know why he (or she) has cancer, then how can he (she) find […]

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“Your body responds primarily to the content of your thought. . . . ” from the Physical Well Being cut off of the meditation breathing cd “Getting into the Vortex: Guided Meditation cd ” Abraham Hicks. As some of you know, I am a proponent for deep breathing, meditation, and relaxation to facilitate our own personal […]

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Vernon aka Vito on January 19th, 2011

As I have mentioned before, I have felt for a long time that my dance with cancer is a gift. It was ‘you know what’ or get off the pot time. I had to decide what I wanted to do. Was I going to feel sorry for mySelf? Was I going to roll over and […]

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Vernon aka Vito on November 30th, 2010

“The most dominant premise that is misunderstood in your physical reality is that when someone performs something that you disapprove of, it is a good idea for you to point it out, or you might get more of it. When the reality of it is, the more you point at what you do not want, […]

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Vernon aka Vito on November 28th, 2010

When I get emails from concerned people diagnosed with cancer or are friends or relatives of one dancing with cancer, I almost always recommend focused breathing. Why? Because it brings much needed oxygen to the body’s cells, it relaxes, it puts one in a meditative state, and it is something that one can do on […]

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Vernon aka Vito on November 9th, 2010

Did a session of Transformational Breathing this afternoon. The thoughts I had when my friend Patti invited me over to experience it, was, “Is this as good as PTR Breathing?” “Will it facilitate in reclaiming ones’ health?”  I breathed deep breaths non-stop through my mouth for 45 minutes. This was something new for me. I have been […]

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Vernon aka Vito on November 3rd, 2010

I couldn’t help mySelf. The quote below showed the very day after posting my thoughts and feelings about thoughts and feelings on cancer and reclaiming one’s health. They are some very powerful words, especially for those of us who continually seek to understand the connection between the Self and Wellness. I hope you enjoy the […]

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Vernon aka Vito on October 23rd, 2010

Had a great time at a vegetarian workshop today. We prepared four dishes – a pumpkin pie, a special spinach salad, a couscous concoction served on baked acorn squash, and a curried coconut milk soup loaded with vegetables. My favorites were the vegetarian pumpkin pie and the salad which was served with a pomegranate  juice […]

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Vernon aka Vito on October 13th, 2010

Sometimes I wonder if it would be good for me to get rid of more clutter in my life. I don’t have much, but what I do have is just stuff not doing anything. For instance, I have old paper work from when I was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer that metastacised to the […]

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Vernon aka Vito on August 27th, 2010

A funny thing happened today that was almost not so funny. My wife Alice came up to me and with a lot of concern said, “You know, I wasn’t going to tell you this, but I have had blood in my urine today and yesterday; and I am not going to any doctor.”  She was actually […]

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