Did I scare you all a little with that last post? That was an intense post, I understand. I really did pass through something and I am glad I am on the other side of that week now- feeling much more grounded.
I am told today the findings in my breast ARE likely a fibroid. Likely I have had it for a while but never know about it and it got more inflamed when I detoxed and my lymph system had to deal with all that. So you know, in case you ever have a fibroid, fibroid pain comes and goes and can move around the breast. They can go away, too. So- of course, that is my plan: to disintegrate this little dude.
On some sadder news....I got news yesterday that a childhood friend of mine passed away from liver failure. He did not take care of his health as the years went by, and by the time he was in an emergency state, his liver was gone and he needed an instant liver transplant. He died in the hospital from an infection waiting for his transplant. This was someone who took a lot of Western meds, I hear. And did not slow down to really give time to his health and inner wellness.
Me, I'm an over-investigator. If anything is out of balance it is at the forefront of my mind until I know what is going on and what I can do to better myself. And I refuse to think there is anything that I can't make go away with nutrition and powerful positive thoughts! Brad and I disagree on this. He thinks sometimes really healthy people just die of cancer out of nowhere. HOW healthy were they though? Health is more than food, health is that connection between mind and body that I always talk about. There are so many conflicting beliefs...but an exceptionally clean diet and self-love/care DO make us much more healthy and give us more more of a chance to live long, vibrant lives. Can we at least agree on this?
I will say, this breast stuff and the week long cleanse I did really was a lot to go through. I am glad in a way that I did not know medically what this was right away as it encouraged me to detox a lot of other stuff too along the way- fear being one. And I do believe I did detox, and will continue to detox viruses as I alluded to last post as long as I stay on this plant-based diet. Not everyone will believe that, many will find it weird. But- I know how far I've come.
I am ever so grateful for this experience with my boob for giving me a morning routine: wake up, lemon water, jump on the rebounder, dry brush and bathe. This morning "ME" time is something I would never have given to myself had it not been for this experience. What I learned is to give myself lots of ME time. To say NO to things that don't make sense for me and create time for me no matter what. I drive around now and remind myself that I am strong, healthy, radiant and beautiful. That, I believe is just as important as a healthy diet.
Looking forward to sharing more,