Re: [MOL] Recommended book-REply [01151] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] Recommended book-REply

Dearest Bill,

Thank you so much for this information. About 3 years ago, I received
this book from a support group that we attendend in which I subsequently
took over and facilitated for two years. From Mr. Blochs book, I learned
much as I have from many other books but you are absolutely correct. I
have spoken here many times about stress management, meditation, guided
imagery, the effects of toxic stress and the causes of cancer and how to
overcome. HIs book is the impetus that is necessary to the beginning of
the healing and curing process. Both terms are different in meaning. His
books then led us to  attending seminars by Dr. Bernie Siegel and Greg
Anderson and a weeks study with DR. O. Carl Simonton, all of which
profess specifically what Richard Bloch mentions in his book, the power
of positive thinking as did NOrman Cousins and many others. Both had
cancer. Both overcame cancer at one point. So thank you for that offer
and it well worth it to know that it should be mentioned to others that
are newly diagnosed so that they can begin their healing process with
the "power of positive attitude and thinking" by reading the books that
suggest the beginning to healing as does Richard Bloch has.

Thank you Bill and God Bless and pls stay in touch

marty auslander wrote:
>       Dear Marty: You might want to consider adding to your list a book by
> Richard Bloch called "Fighting Cancer". It can be obtained free of charge from
> the Annette and Richard Bloch Foundation by calling toll free 1-800-433-0464.
>       This book is what launched me on my journey. It contains many valuable
> resources and much priceless information while recounting the story of Richard
> and Annette's journey. The book is well written, keeping the story of their
> journey somewhat in the background while extracting the pertinent points.
>       But I think the most valuable result of reading the book is to realize
> that there is a definite, positive and logical mental path to be followed in
> dealing with our disease; i.e., one point was that we usually get only one
> time around to deal with the disease; consequently, we had better do it right
> the first time. For instance, it puts a whole new light on the second opinion.
> One gets to realize how important, nay, critical this step is, and why the
> pathology of each individual case becomes the most important part of that
> important part, if I make my point!
>       In my opinion, a book well worth reading.
>       Sincerely
>       Bill[]
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