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Posts Tagged "craniotomy"

The Big Cancer Update Post

Posted by on Jul 14, 2016 in Cancer Goddess, Cancer Healing, Death + Dying | 8 comments

I'll cut to the chase: my latest brain MRI, spine MRI, and abdominal CT scans all show that things are going wonderfully. I'm happy to be alive. Life is just beginning after four years of challenge after challenge. The doorway into the magic golden land is actually here. Magic on Earth is possible.

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Tidbits From Brain Surgery Recovery

Posted by on Aug 1, 2015 in Cancer Goddess, Cancer Healing | 0 comments

There's a grapefruit-sized round area at the top of my head that feels like a slab of raw meat with hair on it. Eventually I should get sensation back in that area, but for now it's very strange.

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Post-Craniotomy Healing Update

Posted by on Jul 21, 2015 in Cancer Healing | 0 comments

This cancer healing thing is a long and arduous road. Don't let anyone fool you into thinking that there is an easy cure. There are no easy cures for cancer. For me this is lifelong. I will never be able to let my guard down on this. I will always have to be vigilant. Cancer is smart and we have to be smarter.

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Brain Surgery: An Initiation

Posted by on Jul 17, 2015 in Cancer Goddess, Cancer Healing, What Cancer Feels Like | 0 comments

This brain surgery was a spiritual initiation. I'm convinced of that. I feel deep gratitude that I am still here, still alive, surrounded by big love, and with what feels to me like an opportunity to finally live life the way I always dreamed. I am a lucky one.

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Navigating the World After Brain Surgery

Posted by on Jul 12, 2015 in Cancer Healing | 0 comments

I’m the first to admit I purposely did not look too closely at how I’d probably feel after brain surgery. I read many people’s accounts several months ago and left it at that. I was going to bask in a bubble of love. That was it. That, and the undying devotion of my beloved, was my entire plan. Undoubtedly I’m affected by drugs. I had a seizure in the ICU and even though I’m on one of the most mild anti-seizure drugs, it’s suppressing my experience of myself...

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