Author Archives: Amrita Grace
Why does breast health matter for every woman? With more than 1 in 8 women being diagnosed with breast cancer in the US and over 300,000 women opting for breast augmentation, breast health has become more important than ever. There … Continue reading
Amrita documented her brief, but eventful journey through breast cancer, bi-lateral mastectomy, and DEIP Flap reconstruction in 2013 in a series of 9 videos. From the first one, you can follow the links to the rest, or you can return … Continue reading
When I want to feel empowered, I dance. Dance has carried me though times of greatest challenge and greatest joy. But I never dreamed I would be performing Burlesque on my 53rd birthday, 2-1/2 years post-mastectomy. Being born the day … Continue reading
When I feel sad, angry, lonely, jealous, or sorrowful, I know I’m in the underworld. I feel the descent and the darkness around me. While it’s not much fun, I know the value of being with it and that I … Continue reading
Who am I to define the sacred feminine? Well, I’m a wise woman, for starters… and a high priestess with direct experience of the sacred feminine mystery. And why would I even want to try? Because I’m writing a book … Continue reading
The Benefits of Letting Go May 29, 2014 is the one year anniversary of my double mastectomy and breast reconstruction, and I can’t help but notice how fast the year has gone by. When I received my diagnosis, I let … Continue reading
Really? Blessings of cancer? Isn’t cancer a horrific disease that kills people after months or years of pain and suffering? In some cases, yes, cancer is a killer disease with treatments that are sometimes far worse than the disease itself. … Continue reading
Amrita talks about her recovery from double mastectomy and DIEP Flap reconstruction at 16 days post-surgery, including the power of having loving support.
Two days out of surgery and still in the hospital, Amrita talks about the surgery and reconstruction and how she is recovering as well as the quality of care she has received.
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.