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Stress management and empowerment in challenging times – MBSR

When it comes to integrating alternative methods into conventional medicine, Jon Kabat Zinn is the king of mindfulness. As early as the end of the 1970s, the American physician developed a programme at the Medical Center of the University of Massachusetts that is practised in clinics around the world under the name Mindfulness-based stress reduction – MBSR for short – almost 40 years later.

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Optimize your life!

Live the day!

It is important that you motivate yourself every day anew, to work consciously and actively on your health, to live your life in the now, reduce your stress, to make every day beautiful and to decide every day anew for your life.

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Auntie Superhero Tina

Auntie Superhero Tina!

Franz did a good job!

My good friend Franz called me. He said: “Listen, I met Tina yesterday. I know you have to cope with your situation now, but you know, she has also been diagnosed with cancer, has to undergo chemotherapy and so on. You have a similarly strong character, you fit together well, why don’t you “throw yourselves in a pack”?

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Calendar entries

Tip from Caro

The day I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, I made the following entries to myself on my calendar on my phone:

At 9 a.m., my phone reminds me to SMILE.

At 11 a.m., it encourages me to keep my thoughts pure.

At 1pm, it reassures me that I am stronger than what is happening to me.

At 5pm – it motivates me: finish, hang in there baby!


at 7 pm, it flashes: “Parah Parah” – an Israeli proverb that literally means “one cow at a time”.

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Self Care

Self-care plays an essential role in the life of a patient. When we are relaxed, content, grateful, stress-free and able to concentrate on the moment, positive reactions are released in the body. Enzymes set repair processes in motion, immune cells expel inflammatory agents, free radicals are rendered harmless. Self-healing is activated.

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Focus on your breath.

Just feel the breath flowing in and out of your body.

Determination of a difficult feeling

Feel inside yourself, sympathetically, with interest.

How do I feel right now in this moment?

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Colouring in has long since ceased to be a matter for children! Countless managers and executives use mandalas as a source of energy and strength. What has been a trend in America for a long time is also gaining popularity here in Europe and can be a good support for cancer patients. Originally, mandala colouring was practised by Tibetan monks. In Europe, the Swiss psychiatrist C.G. Jung (1875 – 1961) was convinced of the positive influence of spirituality on human health.

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