buddhi Book Club: Round One

Posted: October 13, 2020









This Isn’t Your Aunt’s Betty’s Book Club: Our Favorite Books for Healing From Cancer

According to “wonder fiction” author Vera Nazarian, “Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light.” Do you need more light in your life right now, bud? We’ve found that treatment and recovery are both great times to pick up a new page-turner. (Especially while quarantined!) 

Without further ado, here are our top picks for buddhi Book Club: Round One.

Whether you want to pore over a nonfiction book about cancer that highlights the latest evidence-based approaches to diet, exercise, and treatment for cancer, or you just need to hear some stories of hope, there’s a book for you. 

Heal: Discover Your Unlimited Potential and Awaken the Powerful Healer Within

“Our body temple is designed to heal in every moment, all we need to do is get out of the way.” -Kelly Noonan Gores

Prepare to have your mind blown. This follow-up to the award-winning HEAL documentary on Netflix combines twice the research, real-world anecdotes, and testimonials from TONS of subject matter experts to guide you on your holistic healing journey. The key takeaway? Biology and spirituality are more intertwined than we ever imagined possible, and your mindset has a massive impact on your body’s ability to heal. 

Radical Hope: 10 Key Healing Factors from Exceptional Survivors of Cancer & Other Diseases

“Our health—and indeed our entire lives—can be seen as the sum of all our moment-to-moment decisions. This includes how we choose to eat and drink, think and feel, act and react, and move and rest on any given day.”-Kelly A. Turner, Ph.D.

Ready for some realness? Each chapter of this book breaks down real people’s experiences testing out the Radical Remission principles shared in Dr. Turner’s New York Times best seller, Radical Remission. You’ll also find updated research and new tips for each principle, as well as words of encouragement to help you find new hope in life after cancer. 

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