April 2017 - Karen Berrios

Archive for April 2017

Why I Chose the Holistic Approach

I started to educate myself as soon as I received my cancer diagnosis. My goal was to gather all the facts that I could, analyze it all, pray for guidance, and then make a rational decision. I gathered information from different physicians and clinics in various geographic areas. I read books, including “Cancer: Step Outside…

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The Joy of the Lord is My Strength

The Joy of the Lord is My Strength (Nehemiah 8:10) The Joy of the Lord is My Strength (Nehemiah 8:10) When you are filled with joy you feel stronger, more confident, and more determined to accomplish and be focused on what you are set to do. Which is exactly what the Lord wants for you!…

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Seeds of Identity

Pay Attention to Your Perceptions While we’re rarely consciously aware of them, our perceptions have a significant impact on our lives. Perceptions are based on our feelings and create our reality. Our emotions are an expression of an inward phenomenon known as feelings. Emotions are a third of our health therefore our perceptions impact our…

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High Dose IV Vitamin C Therapy

On my path towards wholeness and healing I have been using a wide variety of alternative therapies to attack and, hopefully, eliminate my cancer. One of these therapies is called High Dose Intravenous (IV) Vitamin C Therapy. Here’s what I have learned about this therapy. What is vitamin C? Vitamin C, an essential nutrient found…

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Be Unreasonably Optimistic

Be Unreasonably Optimistic A hopeful person is one who truly believes that things can change for the better. When you are dealing with a challenge, one of the keys to being hopeful is to be unreasonably optimistic, just like the biblical David, who, against all apparent odds, succeeded in beating Goliath. While even those who…

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Don’t Give Your Power Away

Don’t Give Your Power Away It’s easy to get upset over the annoyances in life. Someone cuts you off on the road. The person at the front of the checkout line can’t find their credit card. You and your spouse end up fighting over something that’s truly insignificant in the big scheme of things. Something…

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