The Matrix is the powerful methaphor of the cancer experience

72 HOURS (Mentoring)

One session a day for three days

RED PILL (Mentoring)

When you have completed 72 hours you can jump into The Red Pill — 30 Days of Love or War

GATHERINGS (Facilitation)

When you have completed The Red Pill, you can jump into as many gatherings as you want

WORKSHOP (Facilitation)

Complete 12 weeks of 3 gatherings a week (or 36 gatherings) to participate in workshops


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The Matrix (film) is about the desire for transformation.
You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.
Remember, all I'm offering is the truth. Nothing more. — Morpheus to Neo

If you and I were having a conversation about the cancer experience as Morpheus and Neo did in the moment where Neo chooses the red pill, it would sound like this:

Do you believe in fate?

No, because I don’t like the idea I am not in control of my cancer experience

I know exactly how you feel. Let me explain why you are here.You’re here because you know, there is something  you can’t explain. You feel it — that something is wrong with the cancer ‘journey’. You don’t know what it is, but it’s there like a splinter in your mind, driving you crazy. Do you know what I am talking about?

The cancer fight

Cancer war is everywhere. It’s all around us. Influencers; ‘Cancer survivors’, Organizations; you see it on social media, you hear it in ‘survivor stories’, you feel it when other people react to you. It is the wool that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth.

What truth?

That you are a slave to the way cancer has been portrayed for the last 50 years. That it is a fight, a battle and it has become a prison for your mind. You have to see the matrix for yourself to break free from that prison. This is your last chance. After this, there is no going back.

You take the blue pill, the story stays the same. You stay in Cancer-land. “Cancer is a fight. It’s hard. It’s a battle.” You wake up every day and ‘fight the good fight’.

You take the red pill and come to Wonderland and I show a different way to embody the cancer experience.
Remember, all I am offering you is the truth, nothing more.


Check out the Cancercopia podcast where we go deep into all the good things that come with cancer when you choose love not war.

This episode explains our method