“Spontaneous” Remission from Cancer.
Suzanne Interviews Her Client Ewa
Suzanne Clegg helps people with cancer using her Octave Resonance Healing Approach.™ Some, while working with her, have completely reversed their cancer. Others she has helped “heal” as they transitioned through death. In this video, Suzanne interviews Ewa Zmyslona who had a dramatically quick cancer remission. The interview takes place over a year since Ewa’s cancer remission, so they have had time to reflect on exactly what happened and how it happened. Ewa’s results are not typical, but hopefully, they can inspire and inform those attempting to supplement their oncologist’s care with energy work.
Ewa came to Suzanne Clegg in November 2018 with a very scary cancer diagnosis: cervical cancer that had spread to her lungs. They started working together and after just a few treatments Ewa had a completely clean PET scan indicating a spontaneous remission! Her doctors were so happy for her but couldn’t explain it. Suzanne felt the “energetic signature” of healing when she worked with Ewa but doesn’t claim that she cured her. Ewa was the “healer.” Suzanne was the “witnesser.”
Enjoy watching Ewa’s cancer survivor story and some of the important things she did to get better.
Below is a loose summary and timestamps to help you navigate to the parts of the video that most interest you.
Acting out of inspiration, not fear
Ewa talks about how she chose to work with Suzanne. [01:23]
Ewa had a deep awareness that everything would be okay and she was open to different possibilities. It surprised her when her condition just got worse and worse. She was also open to life bringing her someone who could help. At [01:52], [03:17] and [06:23] Ewa discusses how her mindset helped her. At [07:18] Ewa also discusses how her mindset helped her overcome some of her fear.
Bengston Energy Healing Method®
Ewa had a background in Neuro-linguistic Programming and understood the mind-body connection. She had tried many psychospiritual processes. When Suzanne introduced Ewa to the Bengston Method, and not just how to do it, but how Suzanne is able to help her clients work with it deeply and authentically, Ewa was all in! [05:01]
Dreaming beyond survival
Ewa describes how becoming vividly aware of just seven personal dreams (things she wanted but did not have), was a huge shift and palpable relief from years of being tangled up in her cancer care. [07:59]
Rapid Image Cycling
At [09:10] Ewa describes how she was able to quickly learn how to cycle her dreams.
Surrender versus Desire
In Suzanne’s Octave Resonance Healing™ training, she teaches people how to walk the paradoxical line between surrender and desire. Simultaneously engaging the power of surrender and the power of full-blown desire are key to healing. One without the other doesn’t seem to work well. Ewa found the desire part to be easy. She describes how she learned to also let go of control. [11:30]
Ewa’s Prayer of Surrender
Ewa was not afraid of dying, but if she could, she wanted to stay. She said a prayer to God and surrendered the outcome, and then was able to let go. [12:07]
Discussion of the Bengston Method
At [13:20], [14:25], and [15:27] Suzanne and Ewa discuss working with the Bengston Method and the importance of Rapid Image Cycling. The Bengston Method is a technique that Suzanne learned from William Bengston, Ph.D and uses it within her Octave Resonance Healing Approach,™ which is a broader approach to the whole person.
What it felt like to have a sudden cancer remission
At [16:01] Suzanne and Ewa discuss what happened when Ewa learned that she was cancer-free – one week after she learned her cancer had spread!
At [18:43] Suzanne asks Ewa if she felt something shifting or if she knew her cancer was going away. Ewa says everything happened too quickly for her to really be able to notice much.
Blind belief versus awareness and inner guidance
At [19:34] Suzanne and Ewa discuss again how integral mindset was to this process and the difference between believing with one’s ego versus embodying her deep awareness that healing was happening.
How to not give up and still let go
At [20:50] Ewa discusses the importance of not giving up, continuing to try new things, how to trust, and how to let go.
Ewa is living proof that not-so-spontaneous remissions actually happen! There is more to life than meets the eye and we can tap into that with our inner guidance. Don’t blame the patient or the healer if there is not a spontaneous remission. Suzanne emphasizes that she cannot help everyone, but she appears to be able to help some people. She is a clinician, not a researcher and her work is evidence-based. There are observable signs to indicate if is “working.” If people are not attracted to her work, it probably would not have worked for them. She respects that awareness. [21:09]
Learn More about Ewa’s Cancer Healing Journey
At [23:54] Ewa discusses how she was called to share her story with others and offers the first two chapters of her new book “I am Invincible, How Cancer Activated my Eight Superpowers” for free on her website GlobalCancerSolutions.com.
Can Suzanne Clegg help you?
To learn more about what your options are for working with Suzanne Clegg, look at the current service offerings.
Ewa’s cancer remission was wonderful, incredibly fast and not indicative of the norm. Doctors call it “spontaneous” because it happened without chemotherapy nor radiation. Everyone’s process is different and working with Suzanne is not always the right way. Please learn from and be inspired by Ewa’s story, but don’t assume that your story will be the same. Suzanne’s work is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. She focuses on the whole person’s energy field, not a disease. Her clients are carefully screened to make sure they are aware of the limitations of the therapy and the possibly fatal repercussions of opting for energy-work at the expense of doing something else that would work better. Include your physician as you work with Suzanne. Oncologists are usually supportive as energy-work doesn’t hurt and it may help. See Suzanne’s Cancer FAQ page for a broader context.