#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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14 Responses to #3 1001 Cures for Cancer

  1. Kris Fireheart says:

    Thank you Amrita. Honoring your Journey. Noticing how this feels really deep a cultural consciousness symbol. I adore that you have named the Breast Cancer Mystery School. Powerful. Such gratitude for your sharing your Journey with those who seek this wisdom. Namaste.

    • Amrita Grace says:

      Dear Kris;

      I so love the synchronicity of receiving your FB message about my thoughts about Angelina’s choices just as I posted this video. I am in so much gratitude for the opportunity to give a different perspective as a counterpoint to Angelina’s very influential announcement. This is yet another collective sleepwalk that is rising to the surface to be seen and integrated, and I’m in awe of having the opportunity to be part of it. Thanks for your support. Every day I’m getting more information about the power of this journey not just for myself, but for all of us. Blessed be.

  2. Sarah Hoskin Clymer says:

    Thank you, Amrita, for your authentic and vulnerable sharing…lots of love and blessings. xo

  3. sophianada says:

    Dear Amrita, I am deeply moved by your video which I just listened to. I’m so touched by your vulnerability, your courage,your humility and your naked authenticity. You are here, with all that you are, for all to see and to hear, nothing hidden. What a deep service and a deep blessing that is, you are to all that tune in. I am in awe, and in love and in gratitude to you, my sister. My heart is with you dear One. In love, sophianada

    • Amrita Grace says:

      Dearest Sophianada;

      I never imagined I would have so much to say, and with each video, it pours out of me. I feel the momentum building and the purpose of my service to the planet realigning. As I receive this kind of feedback, it reflects to me the value of my speaking out. Thank you so much. Your input means a great deal to me. Love and hugs, Amrita

  4. gerda olgers says:

    Thanks, for who you are……..A lot of strenght for you…….big hug!

  5. Zoe says:

    Thanks, Amrita, for being so open about your breast-cancer journey and the reasons you are making the choices you are making. It is high time that this issue comes out of the closet so that women are empowered to share authentically.

    • Amrita Grace says:

      I totally agree, Zoe, that it’s time for this conversation to emerge fully into the collective consciousness. Whether we agree with how Angelina is handling it or not, we can credit her with opening the conversation in a really big way, bringing the emotions to the surface to be felt and integrated. I’m inspired (by you, in part) to make my next video blog a deeper look into complementary cancer care and prevention. Thanks for being part of it. Love & blessings!

  6. Radha Wolf says:

    Hi beautiful,
    So amazing to hear you. Thank you for being so candid. This is such a learning for me and so many women. I am holding you in my heart and am in deep support of your journey. xo Radha

    • Amrita Grace says:

      I’m thrilled to be holding this space for women, and all that has transpired before now has prepared me for this. I feel your love and support and always enjoy hearing from you, Radha. xox

  7. Deborah says:

    Just saw this. I am deeply moved by your courage, self-love, grace, openess, creativity and soul fullness. So many blessings to you for sharing your life, wherever the journey takes you.

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