I threw the kitchen sink at it.

Kitchen Sink

By now you all must know I am not a writer, blogger, vlogger just a person with some very strong beliefs and a big stubborn head, which has definitely improved with age and my cancer diagnosis. In fact, my cancer diagnosis has improved my view on life for the better. I appreciate every day, all day.

However, I am faithful and true to my word and on those occasions where I am not, I suffer.

I promised I would supply a list of what I did to beat my cancer diagnosis. I have covered oxygen, Bio resonance, diet, rifing, meditation and breathing in previous blogs, all the big ones. However, I did a whole lot more.

As time is limited before I head off on my next adventure, below is a list of all the protocols or treatments I tried, at least what I can remember. Please google information until I get time in the new year to supply more detail.


Believe me I never foresaw the day I would blog my cancer journey, so if you are reading this you can thank Kate O’Connell’s bill for that.

I wish to publicly apologise to the lady I have upset regarding mentioning I tried the hydrogen peroxide protocol, I just wish she had contacted me directly. The protocol I followed is on line for anyone to research, it uses highly diluted food grade hydrogen peroxide and is not illegal as she claims. Please understand this was my journey and the only reason I shared it was because of a proposed bill in Ireland to take away the rights of people like myself to choose what I decide to do with my body. I never had the intention of upsetting anyone and I am so sorry I did.

So here goes, in no particular order;

  • I did a 40-day Kundalini challenge, if the cancer did not kill me there were days I thought Kundalini would.
  • I tried psychotherapy, very, very badly but well worth it.
  • I rebounded.
  • I improved my sleep patterns.
  • I did shaking meditation, which I loved.
  • I used essential oils.
  • I checked my house for geopathic stress.
  • I did a 30-day hydrogen peroxide protocol, that was hard core.
  • I did Bio Magnetism.
  • Daily coffee enemas, 5 plus are recommended but I only ever got to 2 daily.
  • Daily juicing, a huge jug with moringa added.
  • 10-day water fast to kick start my body at a cellular level.
  • Daily herbs and herbal teas.
  • Budwig breakfast every day, which I still do and love, it brings oxygen to the blood.

I am sure I did more which may come to me with time but for now I just want to fulfil the promise I made.

My cancer diagnosis rocked my world but never once did I doubt there was a cure within me. It was not the easiest thing in the world to do and boy was it lonely at times. I can also promise you that if I was to die in the morning, I would have no regrets at the choices I made.

No regrets

Please don’t allow our government to take away your freedom of choice if faced with a cancer diagnosis.

For those of you who want to know a little more about the Bill click here.


Until 2020 may I take this opportunity to wish you a peaceful and loving Christmas and a cancer free life. Remember we are all miracles and life is a gift, enjoy.

Miracle of life


This blog contains my opinions, my journey and some of my research details. It is not in any way a substitute for the readers own medical advisor. I am not a medical Doctor.  I disclaim all responsibility for injury, damage or loss to anyone that reads this and follows any or similar protocols mentioned.

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