May 18, 2021
I wanted to share a short update on how I am doing. As before I will share how I am doing on a physical level and an inner, subjective dimension.
Physically, I am feeling very good. The process I am living through is long. As they say at the hospital it is "not a sprint, but a marathon." This time is allowing me to care for my body. The process I am living is one of participating in what I see as the most aligned and state-of-the-art strategies. The healing approach is a metabolic approach that focuses on supporting the immune system. This includes a plant-based diet, no sugar, dairy, or processed foods. After receiving a Dendritic Cell vaccine, which is made from my own blood and cancer cells actively working to kill cancer cells.
There is uncertainty about measurable "progress" until I get my next PET scan in mid-July.
On a subjective, spiritual dimension, I am more and more joyful, inspired, and grateful. My heart is opening as my life becomes a living meditation. I feel enormous gratitude for the loving and energetic support I have received from so many. The financial support allows me to rest at ease and focus on my physical healing and spiritual transformation. As I wrote earlier, it is as though I am on an extended spiritual retreat.
The emerging and growing inner intent are to become a more open vehicle for Spirit, Love, and Compassion. I am surrendering more and more to the Inner Being. I am humbled and receiving daily, hourly, and present moment insights. I sense an unknown future as far as my future work of Living Compassion. I am offering an online course that meets every 3 or 4 weeks. I am also initiating an initiative in partnership with many people who have participated in the work of Living Compassion through the Life programs in the United States, Europe, and New Zealand. It is called a "Worldwide Network of Living Compassion." This initiative is fueled by the vision to see the living compassion go out into the world to meet the deep longings for compassion.
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