“A moving and thoughtful examination of
the questions surrounding mind and body in cancer, artfully
presented by juxtaposing discussion with dance.”
David Spiegel, M.D.
Professor in the School of Medicine & Associate Chair Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine
“A fine and useful film about integrative healing with cancer.
I think many will benefit from seeing it”.
Special Consultant to the Office of Technology Assessment on Unconventional Cancer Treatments and Author of Choices In Healing: Integrating The Best of Conventional and Complementary Approaches to Cancer. President of Commonweal
“I pray everyone involved with cancer sees this movie”.
Dean Shrock.Director Cancer Programs
“When we let our bodies be cut, radiated, or infused with chemicals without further participation on our part, we allow us to be treated as if we were just a piece of meat, not only we exclude what makes us humans, our Psyche and our Spirit, creating a medicine that is inhuman, but also we make impossible to treat the root of the disease and we miss the opportunity of aligning with our most powerful resources.I learn in the movie Turn Off Cancer.Turn On Life how to put more soul into my life and more life into my soul and as a result I feel more confident I am walking the right path to make sure I stay cancer free ”.
Ilse Langendorf. Breast Cancer Survivor
“Hard Sciences and Art take us by the hand to carry us in a journey of beauty and transformation”
Libby Mindell. Lung cancer survivor
“This beautiful and powerful film will fill your heart and mind with strength, wisdom and inspiration for your journey beyond cancer, and will support you to discover a new life that is abundant with well being, health and happiness”.
Katherine Woodward Thomas, bestselling author of Calling in “The One” and co-leader of the Feminine Power Global Community.