Monthly Archives: May 2013

# 7 The Day Before Surgery

Amrita declares her intentions about the outcomes of her surgery. She’s going in tomorrow for a double mastectomy and immediate DIEP Flap reconstruction. She also announces her new Facebook page: The Breast Cancer Mystery School.

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#6 What Angelina Jolie Didn’t Say: Complementary Cancer Care

Amrita Grace gives an overview of her ten categories of complementary cancer care for wholeness.

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#5 Complementary Cancer Care Detail (overview in video #6)

Amrita fully details her personal complementary cancer care regimen. For a short overview, see video #6. The full list of resources with links is also available on her website.

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#4 The DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction

Amrita speaks about her choice to have DIEP Flap reconstruction immediately following her upcoming double mastectomy.

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#3 1001 Cures for Cancer

Amrita Grace talks about Angelina Jolie’s preventive mastectomy and alternative cancer cure approaches. She addresses her particular choices and the reasons for them.

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#2 Complementary Cancer Treatments

Amrita speaks about several complementary cancer treatments she is using to prepare herself before surgery.

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#1 The Breast Cancer Mystery School

Amrita Grace speaks about beginning her journey with breast cancer in her first video blog.

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In the Magdalene Temple

In many ways, I’ve been feeling disassociated from my priestess self. From my connection with the Goddess. It seems like I set most of that aspect of myself aside to be part of Divine Feminine Institute, crazy as that sounds. … Continue reading

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