Methods of Buddhist Meditation encompass various techniques used to cultivate mindfulness, concentration, and insight. These practices, rooted in ancient Buddhist traditions, involve techniques such as breath awareness, loving-kindness meditation, walking meditation, and insight meditation. Through disciplined practice, individuals strive to develop inner peace, clarity of mind, and a deep understanding of the nature of existence
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Focused Meditation is a Type of Meditation that involves directing and sustaining one's attention on a specific object, thought, or sensation. By cultivating laser-like focus, it promotes mental clarity and deepens concentration skills. Through consistent practice, Focused Meditation enhances mindfulness and cultivates a sense of calm and inner peace.
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I've been wondering about going through chemo and working. I have been doing taxes for 2 seasons since my treatment and I save my money for the remainder of the year until the following tax season. I have two more treatments left. This allowed me to get my doctors appts without hearing No you cannot go or get fired. I am having to now work full time because my son just up and left me knowing I don't have a job to move as well. But I do need to get a full-time job, go to school, take these tests… read more
I was 62, and took two months off to have surgery, and the first two of 6 chemo treatments. I work with middle school students with severe intellectual disabilities in self-contained classrooms. Admin… read more
I am sure your oncology team will be in touch with your cardiologist to determine what is safest for you, based on the location of cancer, and your current cardiac health. Hugs!
I am new to this board and I come to you with a time-sensitive dilemma. In short, I chose reconstructive surgery after having a single mastectomy of my left breast, plus radiation
The reconstructive surgeon balanced out my breasts with small implants. Well, my left breast failed to take. The incision opened a little bit and now we have to “start over.” But do we?
I’m debating foregoing the reconstruction and just going flat. Would love to hear any thoughts and experiences from… read more
What a wonderful reply and certainly worth considering— thank you. 🌷
That's great thank you
Does anyone experience restless legs while on Tamoxifen and if so how do you manage it. Please advise, it is driving me crazy
I have heard good stuff about blankets so will check that out.
Also Penny when you stopped Tamoxifen did you switch to something else. I guess my concern is reoccurrence.
Is ki67 scale 1 to 20? or 1 to 100?
Ki-67 tests the rate of which the cancer is growing. Since it is a percentage, it is up to 100. My oncologist told me that average cancer is 20 %, anything over 50 % requires chemo. I am TNBC, with a… read more
I had a DMX with tissue expanders placed on April 3rd. There is a 1 to 1 1/2" gap between the expanders (in the center of my chest). I'm concerned that my tissue expanders seem to be drifting even further apart. Has anyone experienced this, and does it go away once the implants are placed? I'm self conscious about it now, because it doesn't look like the natural valley usually seen between a woman's breasts.
I had a tissue expander and can imagine that happening, though it isn’t normal, unless they are deliberately trying to stretch sin in that area. But that’s doubtful. My expander didn’t drift, but I… read more
I finished radiation therapy for breast cancer and had breast reconstruction. The radiated side failed. I am not planning on trying reconstruction again anytime soon. How do I care for the radiated skin? What kind of lotions or creams are helpful?
My left breast (radiated) also failed and I’m having surgery next week. I must decide whether to undergo another attempt at reconstruction or just go flat. Im really torn on this
But you asked… read more