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09-16-2016, 12:49 AM #511
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Hello Nigel,
I am picturing you healthy!
Visualisation really does work; I know it sounds woo-woo to a lot of people, but it works. If you believe something ENOUGH, then outer reality, including the cells of your body, rearranges itself to match your conviction. When it fails, it's because people don't know enough about how it operates.

For instance, affirmations often don't work, because you're reciting them in a slightly tense, artificial way. You have to be in a relaxed, daydreamy kind of frame of mind. I've found that what works best of all is to imagine telling someone you know about the thing. "I got that job! The interview went great, in fact I enjoyed it, we ended up talking about Usain Bolt!" Because when you imagine talking to a friend, you're relaxed, happy, at ease, and it's easy to picture it, and make it come alive with details.
Then, you have to act "as if" the thing has happened. Like, if you want more money, spend an extra few pounds on what makes you *feel* wealthy. Buy the more expensive coffee; do what you can to act 'as if.'
And to make a thing physically materialise, you have to DO something physical, take a tiny step towards it. If you want to move house, physically act *as if* you're about to move; clear out stuff, start packing.

In the interest of truthfulness, I have to say it can go wrong sometimes. I once had what I thought was the clever idea of imagining going to the ATM, and the screen showing a lot of money, like 'Amount available: £40,000', or something. Hahaha. This actually happened. But it was a bank error! The bank were on the phone early next day, Saturday morning, saying panickily 'We've mistakenly credited a large amount to the account, please do not touch it, we are going to remove it!'
Damn. Lol!

But anyway, it works.
I visualise you putting on weight, every day feeling a bit better and stronger, more colour coming back to your face, smiling, going out somewhere again for the first time. (If you like, we could add: you on a chat show, being interviewed by someone - Jonathan Ross, leaning forward with a respectfully fascinated expression? :) - after your book 'My amazing story', remained for ten weeks at the top of the bestseller list).
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Food findings:
There are a lot of places selling biodynamic fruit + veg in London: this page makes you want to run to Crystal Palace market:

http://crystalpalacefoodmarket.co.uk/suppliers/


and another great one: they are at Bermondsey every Saturday from 9am to 3pm.

http://fernverrow.com/about/

.... but I'm having trouble finding ones that deliver boxes to SE10!
So those ones above would have to wait till you're mobile.

This one, I don't know if they've got biodynamic, but they do deliver to your area.

http://www.organicdeliverycompany.co.uk/


These people also deliver to S. London, and you can add organic cheese, eggs, etc, to the box.

http://www.capricornorganics.co.uk/default.asp

By the way, there is a place, sounds a bit chi-chi, "The Greenwich Pantry", with biodynamic food, but I couldn't find out any more, as their site wouldn't work on my phone, but you could google them sometime?


Another nice London - delivering one:

http://www.justorganic.org.uk/
09-16-2016, 02:26 AM #512
nobody Member
Posts:240 Threads:72 Joined:Dec 2014
Dude... If you expire... May i have your Two Hundred and Eighty Eight coins?
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 Nobody, Has a need to know about anything!
09-16-2016, 02:39 AM #513
NODOOM Truthtard
Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
Super strength pure organic oregano oil from Greece. Fresh olive leaves that I use for tea. Sent from a friend's garden in Spain. Colloidal Silver.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


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09-16-2016, 02:50 AM #514
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Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
(09-15-2016, 10:29 PM)Arcturian Wrote:  Nigel, when you have the big party next year to celebrate recovery, be SURE to invite the doctor and nurses along. (A great positive visualisation, that. "Come in!", you can say expansively, turning to say to the others, "These are the people who announced I'd be dead unless I had more chemotherapy."
"Have an apricot kernel!", you can say. "Good for your health." Hahahaha! lol.gif

Greenwich, great, I'll get on it. Will report back when I have a selection of places, OK.

You know, maybe that's why the 'transfer to a different hospital' idea didn't pan out. You aren't meant to be in *any* hospital, you will go home and get better.

Now that would be something. lol.gif

In theory there is one way to achieve going to a better hospital. At a point where i have been discharged from here go to the catchment area for that hospital. Call the A&E number explain I am a cancer patient having undergone Chemo and am currently in their area. I have got very sick and need to visit there A&E urgently. I am normally under Queen Elizabeth Hospital but am too sick to travel back there. At which point they will have no choice but to allow me to come to their A&E which will as usual result in an admission. Mission accomplished. I have to carry all the paperwork and records with me at all times for such an emergency. So there would not be any problem in quickly knowing all my treatments and meds currently being taken.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-16-2016, 02:52 AM #515
NODOOM Truthtard
Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
(09-16-2016, 12:49 AM)Arcturian Wrote:  Hello Nigel,
I am picturing you healthy!
Visualisation really does work; I know it sounds woo-woo to a lot of people, but it works. If you believe something ENOUGH, then outer reality, including the cells of your body, rearranges itself to match your conviction. When it fails, it's because people don't know enough about how it operates.

For instance, affirmations often don't work, because you're reciting them in a slightly tense, artificial way. You have to be in a relaxed, daydreamy kind of frame of mind. I've found that what works best of all is to imagine telling someone you know about the thing. "I got that job! The interview went great, in fact I enjoyed it, we ended up talking about Usain Bolt!" Because when you imagine talking to a friend, you're relaxed, happy, at ease, and it's easy to picture it, and make it come alive with details.
Then, you have to act "as if" the thing has happened. Like, if you want more money, spend an extra few pounds on what makes you *feel* wealthy. Buy the more expensive coffee; do what you can to act 'as if.'
And to make a thing physically materialise, you have to DO something physical, take a tiny step towards it. If you want to move house, physically act *as if* you're about to move; clear out stuff, start packing.

In the interest of truthfulness, I have to say it can go wrong sometimes. I once had what I thought was the clever idea of imagining going to the ATM, and the screen showing a lot of money, like 'Amount available: £40,000', or something. Hahaha. This actually happened. But it was a bank error! The bank were on the phone early next day, Saturday morning, saying panickily 'We've mistakenly credited a large amount to the account, please do not touch it, we are going to remove it!'
Damn. Lol!

But anyway, it works.
I visualise you putting on weight, every day feeling a bit better and stronger, more colour coming back to your face, smiling, going out somewhere again for the first time. (If you like, we could add: you on a chat show, being interviewed by someone - Jonathan Ross, leaning forward with a respectfully fascinated expression? :) - after your book 'My amazing story', remained for ten weeks at the top of the bestseller list).
chuckle.gif

Food findings:
There are a lot of places selling biodynamic fruit + veg in London: this page makes you want to run to Crystal Palace market:

http://crystalpalacefoodmarket.co.uk/suppliers/


and another great one: they are at Bermondsey every Saturday from 9am to 3pm.

http://fernverrow.com/about/

.... but I'm having trouble finding ones that deliver boxes to SE10!
So those ones above would have to wait till you're mobile.

This one, I don't know if they've got biodynamic, but they do deliver to your area.

http://www.organicdeliverycompany.co.uk/


These people also deliver to S. London, and you can add organic cheese, eggs, etc, to the box.

http://www.capricornorganics.co.uk/default.asp

By the way, there is a place, sounds a bit chi-chi, "The Greenwich Pantry", with biodynamic food, but I couldn't find out any more, as their site wouldn't work on my phone, but you could google them sometime?


Another nice London - delivering one:

http://www.justorganic.org.uk/

Thank you. I will look at those links you posted tomorrow, too tired now.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-16-2016, 02:53 AM #516
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Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
(09-16-2016, 02:26 AM)nobody Wrote:  Dude... If you expire... May i have your Two Hundred and Eighty Eight coins?
hypnotoad.gif
wigglesparta2.gif

Already spoken for by a somebody. lol.gif

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-16-2016, 03:07 AM #517
NODOOM Truthtard
Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
That's it for me today. Thanks to everyone for continuing to share information and ideas. I am learning so much from this.

Good night everyone have a pleasant Friday, the weekend is coming. Stay safe wherever you are.

I will give an update as to my condition when I awake later.

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Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-16-2016, 03:27 AM #518
Arcturian Member
Posts:86 Threads:0 Joined:Sep 2016
Nigel, where you wrote:

'In theory there is one way to
achieve going to a better
hospital. At a point where i have
been discharged from here go
to the catchment area for that
hospital. Call the A&E number
explain I am a cancer patient
having undergone Chemo and
am currently in their area. I
have got very sick and need to
visit there A&E urgently. I am
normally under Queen Elizabeth
Hospital but am too sick to
travel back there. At which point
they will have no choice but to
allow me to come to their A&E
which will as usual result in an
admission. Mission
accomplished.'

Oh, you're right, never thought of that! Yes, they would have to admit you. You could also say something about 'staying with a friend', claiming that the (new) hospital is in fact nearer you.
You could carefully research which seem best, and get a taxi to it if you felt ill again. :) Cunning. :)
I-Mezzo Show this Post
09-16-2016, 04:44 AM #519
I-Mezzo Incognito Anonymous
 
(09-15-2016, 09:16 PM)MadameConcorde Wrote:  
(09-15-2016, 08:24 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  Thank you. I think I never stop to amaze them. Wait til I get home. I will have a team visiting me at home at least twice everyday. One in the morning to take the daily blood tests. That is I think when they are going to get truly amazed. When I start to get my strict diet ging and the results start showing in such a big way a difference for the better.

But of course they will try putting it down to the Chemo lol Fools be they.

Sodium level up to 28
Platelets are at 272,000

woohoo!

This is wonderful news!!!!

I hope they will be able to figure out what is causing the rash to expand.

Would be great if you can go home and they will come to you for visits rather than you going to them. I hope it will happen soon!

Keep up the good work!

Couldn't get on here yesterday for some reason.

Wow. This is really great news Nigel. Things are really looking up again. Hold on to that mate. One step at a time. And that wheelie in a number of years on that mobility scooter, it will come. I am already putting a timer on my dvd-r. How does 16 September 2026 5 pm sound?

All my positive thoughts for you across the North Sea. Keep it up buddy!
09-16-2016, 08:16 AM #520
NODOOM Truthtard
Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
(09-16-2016, 03:27 AM)Arcturian Wrote:  Nigel, where you wrote:

'In theory there is one way to
achieve going to a better
hospital. At a point where i have
been discharged from here go
to the catchment area for that
hospital. Call the A&E number
explain I am a cancer patient
having undergone Chemo and
am currently in their area. I
have got very sick and need to
visit there A&E urgently. I am
normally under Queen Elizabeth
Hospital but am too sick to
travel back there. At which point
they will have no choice but to
allow me to come to their A&E
which will as usual result in an
admission. Mission
accomplished.'

Oh, you're right, never thought of that! Yes, they would have to admit you. You could also say something about 'staying with a friend', claiming that the (new) hospital is in fact nearer you.
You could carefully research which seem best, and get a taxi to it if you felt ill again. :) Cunning. :)

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Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-16-2016, 08:18 AM #521
NODOOM Truthtard
Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
(09-16-2016, 04:44 AM)I-Mezzo Wrote:  
(09-15-2016, 09:16 PM)MadameConcorde Wrote:  
(09-15-2016, 08:24 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  Thank you. I think I never stop to amaze them. Wait til I get home. I will have a team visiting me at home at least twice everyday. One in the morning to take the daily blood tests. That is I think when they are going to get truly amazed. When I start to get my strict diet ging and the results start showing in such a big way a difference for the better.

But of course they will try putting it down to the Chemo lol Fools be they.

Sodium level up to 28
Platelets are at 272,000

woohoo!

This is wonderful news!!!!

I hope they will be able to figure out what is causing the rash to expand.

Would be great if you can go home and they will come to you for visits rather than you going to them. I hope it will happen soon!

Keep up the good work!

Couldn't get on here yesterday for some reason.

Wow. This is really great news Nigel. Things are really looking up again. Hold on to that mate. One step at a time. And that wheelie in a number of years on that mobility scooter, it will come. I am already putting a timer on my dvd-r. How does 16 September 2026 5 pm sound?

All my positive thoughts for you across the North Sea. Keep it up buddy!

Be a bit squeezed for time with the new book signing then would be better after 7 pm.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-16-2016, 08:41 AM #522
NODOOM Truthtard
Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
Good morning everyone. Happy Friday.

Here is the morning update:

I had a great sleep of 5 hours! I know it does not sound much but that is good for me these last days. I woke up feeling totally refreshed. No wheezing or rattling so no need for nebulizer. Yesterday I developed a horrible blockage in both ears that I can only explain felt like you were in an aircraft and your ears needed popping but no matter what you tried they would not pop. This was a horrible sensation. This morning I woke up and it is clear. What a relief that is.

So my morning drink is "CocoCeps" This contains "Certified Organic Cocoa, Cordyceps & Reishi Powders"

"Cordyceps" is a mushroom which has long been used in Tibetan & Chinese cultures. Originally found wild on the high plains of Tibet.

"Reishi" also known in China as "Ling Zhi" (Divine Mushroom) is without question the most revered mushroom in Eastern Asian culture. So I think all in all a healthy pick me up for the morning.

Hoping everyone has a great Friday. It has been beautiful weather all week and today it is stormy with rain and thunder. Oh well what a pity if I am discharged today not possible to enjoy the garden.

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


https://twitter.com/NigelLondon2014

09-16-2016, 08:50 AM #523
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:41,463 Threads:1,559 Joined:Feb 2011
Have a great day hug.gif

Friday! woohoo.gif
09-16-2016, 08:52 AM #524
NODOOM Truthtard
Posts:4,874 Threads:522 Joined:Sep 2012
(09-16-2016, 08:50 AM)Octo Wrote:  Have a great day hug.gif

Friday! woohoo.gif

You too Octo. party0003.gif

Life is like a penny, you can spend it on what you like, but you can ONLY spend it once.


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I-Mezzo Show this Post
09-16-2016, 11:35 AM #525
I-Mezzo Incognito Anonymous
 
(09-16-2016, 08:41 AM)NODOOM Wrote:  Good morning everyone. Happy Friday.

Here is the morning update:

I had a great sleep of 5 hours! I know it does not sound much but that is good for me these last days. I woke up feeling totally refreshed. No wheezing or rattling so no need for nebulizer. Yesterday I developed a horrible blockage in both ears that I can only explain felt like you were in an aircraft and your ears needed popping but no matter what you tried they would not pop. This was a horrible sensation. This morning I woke up and it is clear. What a relief that is.

So my morning drink is "CocoCeps" This contains "Certified Organic Cocoa, Cordyceps & Reishi Powders"

"Cordyceps" is a mushroom which has long been used in Tibetan & Chinese cultures. Originally found wild on the high plains of Tibet.

"Reishi" also known in China as "Ling Zhi" (Divine Mushroom) is without question the most revered mushroom in Eastern Asian culture. So I think all in all a healthy pick me up for the morning.

Hoping everyone has a great Friday. It has been beautiful weather all week and today it is stormy with rain and thunder. Oh well what a pity if I am discharged today not possible to enjoy the garden.

Hey Bud. I rescheduled the recording to 7 pm. The BBC was ok with that, so 16 September 2016 7 pm. And send me a signed copy of that book while you are at it? Or you can bring it in person in the years after of course.

Rain and thunder. We need that. Nobody wants to be the weather guy on a Bounty Island. Something needs to get washed clean and it's happening. Keep it up like that Nigel. Best thoughts across the North Sea.



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