“To see anything in the seed: that is genius” (Lao Tzu, Chinese Philosopher 601 – 531BCE)
Whenever one can help, one has the duty of doing so…this is a credo of many. All of us are searching for a healthy life, are fortunate to meet people who assist us in finding a solution to a healthy one. The goal is to find answers in natural ways or natural medicine, in fact a lot of the solutions come from common sense. Certainly, we do not own nature, but can effectively use it for its healing substance if we are given the choice or the chance.
In this book the central subject is of health and resilience; it is titled Winning The War on Cancer by Sylvie Beljanski, the epic journey towards a natural cure and it provides some solutions. Ms. Beljanski has a degree, J.D. (Juris Doctor) as an International Lawyer from the Sorbonne University in Paris. By reading her story particular the one in search to find solutions to a continued scientific research her father, Dr. Mirko Beljansky, started in France at the Pasteur Institute many years ago. The reader learns to understand that it takes courage to stand up to myopic visions. The history of brilliant individuals, who threaten the establishment and profits in specific industries , have often been persecuted, yet it takes perseverance by seeking truth in science and health industries. The story tells of the non-toxic, scientifically validated protocols, which safe lives and present clear thoughts on living in harmony with nature. Here are some answers to questions asked of Sylvie:
What was the influence that brought about the Beljanski Foundation?
Upon my father’s passing, I was startled by the sheer amount of people who almost begged me to carry on with his legacy. They opened my eyes to the importance of his scientific discoveries for the wellbeing of mankind. Since 1999, The Beljanski Foundation, a 501 (C)(3) nonprofit organization, has been partnering with various academic institutions to foster numerous research programs. This has led to new scientific publications that we are sharing with the public, which are all accessible on www.Beljanski.org.
What is the goal for this Foundation and its future?
The goals of The Beljanski Foundation are to support the research of natural approaches to cancer and to create awareness around the results of this research. Our virtual “Healthy Tuesdays”, a monthly event series of presentations about different aspects of integrative medicine, are very well received. More scientific papers, more events, more awareness about this very unusual and promising line of research, are definitively in the works.
What is your favorite occupation?
I am engrossed with the idea of a natural and non-toxic approach to cancer. I absolutely love sharing the data, whenever I am given the opportunity to present it. For all my upcoming events please visit www.SylvieBeljanski.com.
What is your treasured possession?
The Beljanski Legacy. I feel so blessed to have a life filled with purpose and to be in position to make a difference in the lives of many. It also means that everything we do has to be of the highest quality, to be worthy of that name. The possession has to be honored on a daily basis.
What is your idea of happiness?
When people shared with me that they had heard good news from their doctor. Their appreciation is priceless. And thankfully, we receive plenty of testimonials. Every time, I experience a deep feeling of fulfilment. It is very emotional.
What do you value in your friends?
So many people have an agenda! Honesty and loyalty are the bedrock of friendship. Some people had befriended my parents and now have become my friends, as well as their own children, now adults. It is very meaningful to experience multi-generational friendships.
What do you consider your greatest achievement?
No doubt that my father, Dr. Mirko Beljanski, was a disruptive force in the world of integrative medicine. Many still have to catch up to the importance of his discoveries. At the time, his work was discredited, and he was himself relentlessly prosecuted by the French government. When he asked me to bring the case before the European Court of Human Rights, I felt helpless at first, but justice was served. Winning that case in a unanimous decision was a very sweet moment.
What living person or persons do you admire or respect?
My mother, Monique Beljanski, who at 90, continues to come every day to Maison Beljanski to pick up the phone and help for as long as she will be able to.
What advice would you like to share?
Don’t take no for an answer. There are many ways to skin a cat. Creativity and perseverance are the keys to get you to where you want to be.
How do you keep a balance in life?
What balance? (Just kidding). For me, life is not divided into compartments that need to be balanced like a checkbook. I love what I do, and the joy and confidence it provides me overflows to all other aspects of my life.
Do you have a favorite destination?
Looking inwards for peace and insights. It never fails.
What is your life’s motto?
As I shared in my book “Winning the War on Cancer, the Epic Journey Towards a Natural Cure”, real life can be bumpier than a fiction novel. Nietzsche’s famous quote “what does not destroy you makes you stronger,” has carried me and given me a sense of hope in many difficult moments.
Towards the end of the story is this paragraph: Detoxification involves the removal of harmful toxins that build up in your body over time, especially in the liver, kidneys, lymphatic system, and colon. Normally the body takes care of its own detoxification process, but the production of industrial chemicals has risen rapidly, leaving us drowning in a sea of synthetics that find their way into the environment and into our living organisms.
“Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage, you cant practice any virtue consistently.” – Maya Angelou (American poet, civil-rights activist 1928-2014)
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