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survivors

Nothing else matters or exists when you're going through cancer except making sure you stay alive.

Then the treatment finally ends and you are just expected to pick up where you left off.

But it isn't that simple, is it?

You experienced a trauma and you need time to understand, accept and move on from that.

You need to accept that going through cancer was a huge transformation and you will never be quite the same again.

And that's why I'm here, to be your guide on this journey of rediscovery; getting to know who you are as a cancer survivor.

You can have a life of pure peace and happiness after cancer, I am living proof of that, and I can show you how.

Why Trust Me?

Who am I?

Are you 

Spiritual?

If your answer is yes then you have already started your journey to a peaceful life post cancer.

If your answer is no then you have something incredible to look forward to.

It doesn't matter how little or how much you know about spirituality.

 

What matters is your willingness to try something new, to open your mind to new ways, to be willing to think differently than you have your whole life thus far.

Are you willing?

Connecting to your spirituality is truly the greatest gift you

could ever give yourself.

I didn't have a clue about spirituality. I thought it had everything to do with religion which never resonated with me. But I was mistaken, it doesn't have to have anything to do with organised religion. Spirituality can be anything you want it to be; whatever you are comfortable with.

Don't rush it, this journey takes time, just trust the process...trust that everything will happen and fall into place for you as and when it is supposed to.

Wonderful things will transpire, true profound changes will take place, you'll start believing in miracles because so many will start happening to you. But accept that you have absolutely no control when all this will happen, just know that it will happen if you remain willing and put the work in.

THE CANCER COCOON

Cancer changes you.

The person you were before you were diagnosed is not the person you become when you survive and reach the other side.

 

Something happens deep within you whilst you are preoccupied with staying alive.

 

A transformation takes place without you even realising it.

 

So it's no wonder you feel a little lost and confused when the treatment is over and you're expected to go back to normal.

 

Your old normal doesn't exist anymore.

 

I want you to think of it like this...

Spread your wings,

it's time to fly.

Make the leap,

own the sky.

 - M.S. Moem

It's time to let go of the person you used to be before the cancer, and embrace the beautiful survivor that you are today.

Once a butterfly emerges from the chrysalis there is no going back.

So stop trying to go back.

Leave your past behind you; leave the cancer and the person you used to be.

Spread your wings and start this new journey, day by day, slowly but surely.

It was only when I stopped trying to go back to normal, and began to get to know me post cancer  that my life became truly miraculous.

It's time to get to know the beautiful spiritual survivor that you are.

Flow with your newfound changes and not

against them, for only this way will you find peace of heart and mind, and when you are at peace within, you are open and ready for al manner of miracles to unfold.

Eileen Caddy

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