Join me for episode 42 where we talk with my client, Kathy, about her experience with the advanced neural retraining technique, known as the MAP Method, for stage 4 breast cancer. We discuss the book Radical Remission by Kelly A. Turner, PhD and the three radical remission factors that we worked on using the MAP Method. Hear Kathy talk about the connection between stuck emotions and cancer and why releasing them was a key to her recovery. In this episode we discuss: - Kathy’s training in massage therapy, Reiki, EFT, cranio-sacral, Matrix Energetics, Healing Touch and more, all of which have an emotional release component. - How she experienced her first MAP session and the feeling of calm that followed. - How MAP sessions have helped her be more mindful of her thoughts and reactions. - Her insights about the negative emotions that were “eating her” to the presence of cancer that was “eating her” on a physiological level. - The benefits she gained from MAP sessions, including stronger reasons for living, improved sleep, deepened spiritual connections, and feelings of peace and joy. - Comparison of the effectiveness of the MAP Method with therapy or body work for resolving stuck emotions. - We discuss the benefits of releasing stuck emotions as a prevention strategy. - How patterns of anxiety and other negative emotions can amplify current experiences of anxiety. - How MAP sessions can help shift a sympathetic-dominant person to a parasympathetic state to enable optimization of other treatments and therapies. - Benefits of MAP sessions as an adjunct to conventional treatments. Don’t miss episode 29 where the founder of the MAP Method™ of advanced neural retraining talks about the origins of the method, the research behind it and the applications. To learn more about the MAP Method please visit www.mapcoachinginstitute.com. For more information on my work with MAP for chronic health issues, please join my Facebook group Mind ReMAP for Health or visit MindReMAPforHealth.com to sign up for your introductory session or a free 15-minute consultation by phone.