One of the foremost things that most newly diagnosed people have to know is that having cancer does not necessarily mean death.
More than 50 percent of cancer patients today have been known to be able to cure from cancer just by conventional medicine alone.
As long as you are breathing and have the will and imagination, you should know that you can certainly fight cancer from within and learn how to use the power of the mind for healing.
One of the best chances to survive cancer is through guided imagery.
How you use your mind can and will create a big difference in your condition.
There is evidence showing that the power of the mind can help to improve your emotional well-being, reduce adverse effects of treatment and even thriving through the whole experience.
Recent research has also shown that the power of the mind can also increase the potential of overcoming the disease.
Dr Martin L Rossman's book, Fighting Cancer from Within: How to Use the Power of Your Mind for Healing, is a significant contribution to the field of oncology.
He provides a practical approach that makes use of the power of the mind to help newly diagnosed cancer patient empower themselves to cope with their recovery process.
His realistic guide teaches the patients how to lessen the stress of their early agony and confusion, smooth the progress of healing from surgery faster and more completely, endure side-effects of chemotherapy and radiation better, and begin the journey of healing and recovery.
There are of course many ways to overcome the stress of the disease.
The guided imagery methodology acts as the major tools provided in this book, Fighting Cancer from Within: How to Use the Power of Your Mind for Healing.
Guided Imagery can help you learn ways of thinking that can tip the balance of health and illness in the direction of healing.