Stop Cancer in its Tracks

Your Path to Mindfulness in Healing Yourself

Authored by Dr. Jerome Freedman – Edition: 2

Dr. Jerome Freedman is a cancer survivor for more than 19 years.

He brings to these pages a wealth of information on the 7 principles of mindfulness in healing.

This book is for people who want to learn how to take charge of their own well-being and actively participate in their healing.

Stop Cancer in its Tracks: Your Path to Mindfulness in Healing Yourself was begun with the onset of bladder cancer in 1997.

He maintained a diary for thirteen years.

Now the 7 principles of mindfulness in healing are available to a wider audience through the publication of this book.

“I discovered the seven principles of mindfulness in healing throughout my recovery and want to share this information with anyone needing help and support through a life-threatening illness. These principles help to activate your body’s ability to participate in good health.”

The main objectives were to keep track of virtually every medical, emotional, spiritual, and psychological event that happened and document my efforts to take charge of my healing experience.

May you be free of suffering and the causes of suffering.

About the author: Dr. Jerome Freedman is a cancer advocate, physicist, author, mindfulness meditation teacher, and a cancer survivor since 1997.

He is a long-time practitioner in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh in which he is an ordained member of the Order of Interbeing an Earth Holder.

His recent article in The Mindfulness Bell titled “Healthy and Free” touched many people.

He is also a certified teacher of the Enneagram in the Oral Tradition with Helen Palmer.

Jerome currently teaches Mindfulness in Healing at the Pine Street Clinic in San Anselmo, California and writes daily on his blog, Meditation Practices.

Dr. Freedman served on Board of Directors of the Marin AIDS Project and the Advisory Council of the Institute for Health and Healing between 2007 and 2010.

Now he is actively engaged in the Buddhist Climate Action Network, Plum Village Climate Response, the Order of Interbeing, Marin Sangha (with Phillip Moffitt), and the Shabbat Sangha near his home in Greenbrae, California.

Dr. Freedman holds a Ph. D. in computer science, along with two master’s degrees in physics and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering. He still consults internationally on software engineering problems and expert witness cases.

He successfully interviewed Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson on cosmology and Buddhist thought in 2011.

He can be reached by for consultations, dharma talks, lectures, and days of mindfulness by email at jerome@mountainsangha.org.

Also by Dr. Freedman: Stop Cancer in its Tracks: Your Path to Mindfulness in Healing Yourself, Seven Steps to Stop Interruptions in Meditation: How to Concentrate and Focus on Your Meditation and Deal with Distractions, Cosmology and Buddhist Thought: A Conversation with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson – featured on The Lion’s Roar website, The Enneagram: Know Your Type! Awaken Your Potential!

He is a contributing author of I Am With You: Love Letters to Cancer Patients, Nancy Novak, PhD, and Barbara K. Richardson.

His Guided Meditation Recordings include Anger Control Guided Meditation, Achieve Goals Guided Meditation, Sound Sleep Guided Meditation, Stress Relief Guided Meditation, Reduce Symptoms Guided Meditation, and Weight Loss Guided Meditation .

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