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Starting Mistletoe Therapy

Hello dear ones
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Just a quick update…this week I started mistletoe therapy at Camphill Medical Centre in Aberdeen. I have chosen to have the intensive course which will mean two IV infusions a week for three weeks, after which I will be self injecting at home.
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It’s a magical place here in Camphill Wellbeing Trust.
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The grounds are filled with alpaca, lambs and chickens!…and so many trees!
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Today’s mistletoe infusion comes from an ash tree…so I’m using my shamanic training to connect with all that ash holds and heals 👏🏻🙌🏻💫
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I am feeling so grateful for the healing power of nature, the incredible team here in Aberdeen and for my oncologist’s support.
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This feels like a very special and healing time and a step in the right direction on my healing path.
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I have made the decision to stop my chemotherapy. However, I do have the option to have the remaining two doses at a later date if I change my mind.
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I’m continuing with a range of herbs, supplements and medicinal mushrooms supported by a team of exceptional practitioners including Dr Nasha Winters (Naturopathic Oncologist), Dr Kate James (Integrative Dr) and Wendy Dooner (Dundee Herbal Clinic).
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I have also had to radically change my diet due to my bowel obstruction but I love to cook and experiment and I am definitely managing to keep my nutrition at the same level as before…seriously I should write a book about food!
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I am also working with a BodyTalk practitioner (Roberta Webber) who I have worked with on and off over the past few years and I am always blown away by the impact she has on my body and it’s healing potential.
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Of course I am continuing to do all my usual practices of meditating, journaling, yoga, long walks, infrared saunas, connection with trees, shamanic work, breathwork and, above all, enjoying life…as the video shows me on my birthday tree swing!
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And, as ever, I continue to be supported by my exceptional oncologist and incredible medical team 🙌🏻💫🥰
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I am continuing to fundraise money to support my health and healing.
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The intensive mistletoe therapy is costing around £2500 followed by around £200 per month.
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Herbs, supplements and mushrooms cost around £200-300 per month.
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BodyTalk has cost me £240 this month.
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And there is, of course, practitioner consultation fees across the board on top of this.
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My weekly food bill is through the roof as I adapt to this new diet 🙈
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There are also other options I am exploring just now and I will share these once I have done enough research to do so.
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As ever I do not recommend any of the steps I take – it’s important that you work with a professional (or, better yet, a team of professionals) and your own intuition. My cancer is not your cancer and my healing path is not your healing path. I do not believe we can offer advice to others, please refrain from doing so.
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If you would like to help support my health and healing you can donate via GoFundMe or Paypal. Thank you!
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I feel remarkably well considering how frighteningly sick I was two weeks ago when I spent a week in hospital. I feel unbelievably grateful every day I wake up. There is hope in the wake of the storm and I am feeling embraced by it.
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With love and gratitude, Fi xx
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PayPal – f.k.munro@hotmail.com
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GoFundMe – https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-fi-to-heal-from-stage-four-ovarian-cancer

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