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Former owner-driver shares tips for looking after your mental and physical wellness

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How ya goin mate?

Bit crook actually.

Been to see the doctor?

Tried to get in to see one, that bloody long a wait I’ll be dead before I get to see anyone.

Starting to sound familiar in your individual worlds? Well get used to it because it is not going to get any better, it’s only going to get worse.

As the conventional world of medicine becomes chocked up with the sheer number of people with serious illness, especially cancer, the waiting listing to see a medical professional will become an eternity.

Please take the time to read this article as it may well save your life in the future, or the life of someone you love and care about.

As a two-time cancer survivor – bowel cancer in my mid-40s and prostate cancer 12 years ago – I know first-hand about the importance of physical wellness.

Added to this in my mid-50s  I suffered from severe depression which resulted in my being 200 metres from stepping through a fence, discharging the rifle and taking my own life.

I’m also a retired small fleet owner and driver and I know firsthand the challenges and anxiety you face on the road and the bureaucracy you all need to deal with on a daily basis.

This is my story on where I am today, helping good people take control of their individual mental, emotional and physical wellness.

If you aren’t motivated enough to take ownership of these aspects of your life, stop and have a look at the alternative. Do you want to put your life totally in the hands of the existing overcrowded world of conventional medicine?

Not in any way am I saying not to go and see the doctor or utilise the world of conventional medicine. What I am saying that if you want to minimise the interaction with this medical world then you can keep it to a minimum. You can keep it to a minimum by taking control of your own personal mental, emotional and physical wellness.

Over the coming weeks I will be sharing my knowledge as a rapid transformational therapist, radical remission teacher/coach and mindfulness facilator, or in summary, Shits Creek tour guide. What I will be sharing are the 10 Healing Factors to help you build immunity to cancer and depression.

I am not a medical practitioner and what I will be sharing is based on legitimate research, commonsense and lived experience of almost 70 years.

Over the coming weeks at I will be discussing each of the 10 factors for building cancer and depression immunity. These 10 Healing Factors are simple things you can easily make part of your everyday life.

They have been developed by a woman by the name of Dr Kelly Turner Ph.D, a cancer researcher and author a couple of books, Radical Remission and Radical Hope.

They are the result of Dr Kelly interviewing over 1000 documented cases of cancer remission around the world. These healing factors have been reproduced into to teaching format for teachers and coaches around the world to pass on. I am one of those teachers and coaches and the reason for sharing these 10 Healing Factors with you.

The factors are:

  • Having a strong reason for living
  • Following your intuition
  • Empowering yourself
  • Changing your diet
  • Herbs and supplements
  • Exercise and movement
  • Increasing positive emotions
  • Releasing suppressed emotions
  • Increasing social support
  • Spiritual connection

For me personally, I have the utmost respect for you, the drivers, owner drivers and small fleet operators in this critical industry sector. The work you all do on a daily basis keeps Australians alive, without you this country would grind to a complete stop and people would starve to death.

Looking after your own mental, emotional and physical wellness is not only critically important for you personally, but also critically important to Australia as a nation.

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