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Should a cancer patient read The Unseen Therapist book?

 

Laura's letter: 

Dear Gary, I have started reading your book,The Unseen Therapist and so far, so great. I would like to give some feedback about it. 

I have a friend who has cancer and is currently undertaking chemo. I was originally thinking of sending her a link to your ebook, however, decided against it due to this paragraph:

'This same reasoning applies to every disease I can think of. Cancer, for example, is not caused by cells going awry, although that cell behavior often becomes the focus of medical treatment. Our devoted medical professionals can sometimes kill off the offending cells with radiation or chemotherapy and remove tumors through surgery. But, even though these processes may have some degree of success, they do not address what caused the cells to go awry in the first place. Thus, the procedures often fail and, in other cases, the cancer returns after a temporary remission.'

 I am not 'for' chemo myself and would not take that route, however, I feel it is crucial for those that do to keep their faith in it, and your words could shatter any faith my friend might have and that would have a hugely detrimental affect on her healing, even though I agree with what you say. 

I hope you understand my dilemma and perhaps you would consider rewording or removing this so that hopes are not shattered, as those undergoing chemo read through your book. 

Thank you for taking the time to read my thoughts. 

Love and blessings. Laura x

Gary's answer: 

Hi Laura. Very good thoughts. Thanks.

While it is true that some people need faith in their chemotherapy or other therapeutic efforts, it is equally true that we all need to understand the realities of these methods. Your friend has most likely been told by her physician (if not her friends, the media, etc.) that there are no guarantees with chemotherapy and that it can, and does, fail. Relapses also occur and there are some extreme side effects.

So, I’m thinking, my comments should not be new to her. On the positive side, my comments are made within the context of a book filled with inspiration… the hope of benefits by accessing the ultimate love within her (The Unseen Therapist). They should, I hope, give her motivation to add this complementary approach to her chemotherapy. That way she can have two things working for her, not just one.

Hope this helps, Gary

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