Dreams of Diagnosis: Let Magic Happen with Breast Cancer Awareness

Dreams of Diagnosis: Let Magic Happen with Breast Cancer Awareness October 3, 2013






Do you keep a dream journal beside your bed?



Here are some true life stories that share important facts and health reasons why your nightly dreams can be an important part of your daily life. 





As a kick-off to October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I will be guest blogging and sharing reciprocal blogs with some very impressive and world renowned physicians, metaphysicians, fellow dreamers and cancer survivors. The theme of these bogs is Dreams of Diagnosis and they will focus on the detection and healing power of your dreams.






Have you ever had a precognitive dream?



Precognition is referred to as future sight, and second sight. It is a type of extrasensory perception. Precognitive dreams give precognitive, or future information. Do you know someone who had a prophetic or precognitive dream that diagnosed illness? That is the focus of Dr. Larry Burk’s blog. 



My guest blogger today is Dr. Larry Burk who has had just such dreams and experiences….





Let Magic Happen:Cancer Dream Diagnosis



I’ve been keeping dreams diaries on a regular basis since 1987.  On two occasions I’ve had precognitive dreams that corresponded to the diagnosis of cancer in someone else. Until I met Pali Delevitt in 1999, I had never heard of anyone diagnosing their own cancer in a dream as described in the excerpt below from Chapter 9 of Let Magic Happen: Adventures in Healing with a Holistic Radiologist. Since then I’ve discovered two other friends who diagnosed their own breast cancers in dreams and have met clinicians who routinely use dreams for diagnostic guidance in their practices. I moderated a panel discussion on the topic at the 2012 Parapsychological Association meeting as described in the linked abstract, Medical Dream Diagnosis. To learn my favorite approach to dreams see the May 2013 Let Magic Happen blog, Interpreting Dreams in Multiple Dimensions.




Healing Dream Guidance excerpt:


In her book, Wyld Possibilities, she described how in 1987 she had a suspicious lesion on her tongue biopsied. It came back negative. Soon afterward, she had a dream of a spider crawling out of her mouth through a mass of cobwebs. Then two characters from the M*A*S*H television show, Charles Emerson Winchester and Hot Lips Houlihan, showed up in a dream. They told her (several times) she had a tumor in her tongue that needed to come out, despite the initial negative biopsy. A repeat biopsy by her skeptical surgeon eventually confirmed the cancer.




After surgery and radiation left her temporarily cancer-free, she had additional dreams in 1991 of a spider escaping from a cage. This was a warning of the first recurrence of her cancer. Shortly after we met, she had another recurrence. It was recommended that she have half her jaw removed for reconstructive surgery, but instead she chose to manage the condition through less radical laser surgery and holistic remedies. She was guided by her dreams until her death ten years later, outliving her prognosis by a couple decades. Pali used her voice during those years to teach many students. She also fulfilled her lifelong dream of writing and producing Esther, her biblical musical masterpiece featuring 20 of her original songs.




Naturally, it was Pali who recommended Marc Ian Barasch’s Healing Dreams to me when it first came out in 2000. He reported a similar experience in diagnosing his own occult thyroid cancer in the book. He was confronted by recurring ominous dreams filled with images of death. They always focused on his neck. Finally, after an initial negative workup, he had a terrifying dream that “torturers had hung an iron pot filled with red-hot coals beneath [his] chin,” that drove him to push his doctors to find the cancer. As documented in his book, such dream diagnoses are more common than you might think.



by Dr. Larry Burk




Guest Blog BIO:Dr. Burk’s journey follows a path from his professional training in conventional medicine and radiology to his alternative path into the world of holistic medicine.  Larry grew up in Pittsburgh, finished his undergraduate chemistry degree at Duke University in 1977, returned to the University of Pittsburgh for medical school & radiology residency, pioneered MRI researcher at the Pittsburgh NMR Institute before going to the University of Pennsylvania for a musculoskeletal radiology fellowship in 1986. He was section head of musculoskeletal radiology at Duke University Medical Center from 1993-1996 & Associate Professor of Radiology. www.letmagichappen.com  www.orientalhealthsolutions.com



His involvement with the National MRI Safety Committee in the 1980’s led to his interest in alternative medicine along with his Dad’s seven- year journey with renal cell cancer. In 1990 he co-founded the Duke Center for Integrative Medicine & acted as Education Director. In 2004  to set up his consulting business, Healing Imager, Inc. He now does teleradiology for NationalRad & integrative medicine for Oriental Health Solutions, LLC.



Bio: Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos, Intuitive Life Coach, survived three breast cancers missed by the medical community, wrote SURVIVING CANCERLAND: Intuitive Aspects of Healing (Cypress House, Jan 2014http://tinyurl.com/p7cjfxa ) websites: http://www.survivingcancerland.com/ & Access Your Inner Guide, Hosts Living Well Talk Radio , Cancer Q&A columnist CapeWomenOnlineMagazine, Dream Queen columnist- Wellness Woman 40 & Beyond, Your Dream Interpretation http://www.yourdreaminterpretation.com/about-us/,WakeUpWomen; R.A. BLOCH Cancer Foundation Hotline Counselor.  Represented by Steve Allen Media  Join her in San Diego  DREAM WORK SUMMIT http://newdreamwork.ontraport.net/t?orid=5795&opid=3 

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