Episode 34 – Live Not Die: How Kim Beat Cancer

Show Notes

Today’s interview may bring you to tears, as it did for me: Kim Anderson is a pastors’ wife, a homeschool mom, an author, speaker and cancer survivor.

In today’s episode, Kim is going to take us on her journey starting from Day 1 of diagnosis all the way through the ups and downs of her treatment, as well as how she came out on the other side thriving.

Love and passion overflow from Kim Anderson, and you’ll hear it in her voice.

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Our conversation covers:

• Overcoming fear after being diagnosed with “the C word”
• Changing our diets to help the body heal from disease
• The difference in perspective between medical diagnosis and nutrition
• What plant-based diets and juicing do for your body
• Why our lives depend on having a clear vision for our future
• Enlisting gratitude and positivity to help us heal
• Finding time to connect with God over the course of the day
• Taking thoughts captive and replacing them with gratitude
• Scripture to stay grounded in the darkest times
• The incredible power of gratitude, prayer, and visualization in tandem
• Casting a vision for your future and what that produces
• The incredible biblical-scientific wisdom of neuroscientist Dr. Caroline leaf
• Kim’s book, “Live Not Die,” and how it helps to create a life-giving mindset
• Why you should choose people wisely in your life

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Wisdom we discuss from neuroscientist Dr. Caroline Leaf:
“A chaotic mind filled with cluttered rogue thoughts of anxiety, worry, and all manner of fear-related emotions send out the wrong signal and affects you right down to the level of your DNA!”

In other words:
Anxiety → Toxic thought → DNA changes + damage

Scripture mentioned in this episode:

Proverbs 23:7 “For as a man think in his heart, so is he.”

Proverbs 4:22 “For they are life unto those that find them, and health to all their flesh.”

Psalm 112:7 “He shall not be afraid of evil tidings; his heart is fixed, trusting in the Lord.”

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