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Cancer thriver, Eli Hans was diagnosed in 2014 with a rare and aggressive form of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. With only a 10% survival rate, Eli reconnected deeply with this intuition and discovered life-saving, holistic and integrative strategies that helped him not only to survive, but to thrive.

Today he is a certified holistic cancer coach with Beat Cancer, life coach and a multi-passionate entrepreneur, motivational speaker and workshop leader. Learn more about Eli

Listen to this podcast to learn how healing is absolutely possible and how it must occur at the core level to address physical, emotional, spiritual, nutritional and other life imbalances. Eli will also explain how cancer is a multi-factorial result of factors that we can counteract to get back on the road to wellness.

1:50 Learn about how Eli did his research and came to a place of peace with his treatment decision, reframing chemotherapy            as love juice.

4:53 Eli speaks about his experience with his holistic oncologist and the balance he struck with his conventional oncologist.

5:56 Eli talks about how cancer is a multifactorial result of imbalance and what changes he needed to make on his healing journey.

7:15 When Eli hit his 5 year mark after diagnoses he decided he really wanted to help others on their cancer journey.

8:45 The cancer journey can feel endless, but it’s temporary. A cancer coach can help so much in navigating the process for the person diagnosed with cancer, and also their caregivers.

15:11 The cancer retreat in San Miguel that Eli and Joseph offer teaches the anti-cancer lifestyle and the mindset of being a cancer thriver. Eli talks about the different modalities and services offered.

19:26 Fear vs Peace is discussed as it relates to cancer, and the importance of connecting to your intuition when making decisions.

22:32 We can heal our life and attain harmony. Eli had the belief that somehow he would thrive after this experience, and that             the pain was temporary. His legacy is to help others.