“Girthday” Cake

“Girthday” Cake

This is ideal for special occasions like birthdays so even the Gerson person can have a treat. Also known as GERSON APPLE SPICE CAKE from "The Gerson Handbook". You’ll need: 1/4 cup honey or maple syrup 1 cup fresh applesauce 1 1⁄2 cups oat flour 3/4 cup whole wheat...

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Frittata Gerson Therapy Style

Frittata Gerson Therapy Style

No eggs of course! This is an easy 'chuck it all together' country style meal. Good one for entertaining with friends. Even your non - Gerson friends will drool over it. You will NEED a food processor or a slicer thingo though. You'll need: 4 potatoes 3 tomatoes 1...

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Healthy Skin Secrets … Naturally

Healthy Skin Secrets … Naturally

Way back in 1981 (I was just 17)  I became a skin and beauty therapist. Eventually owning three beauty businesses which gave me access to insider information ... but I didn't like what I saw. I started to question the manufacturers about the ingredients in the...

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Not Just A Garden

Not Just A Garden

When I returned from my six week "celebrating life" holiday to find a garden of dead and dying plants, the watering system we put in place failed, I was devastated. Strong word but you see these were much more than 'just' plants. Many of you know that during my...

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Who is Joy Sprinkler?

My name is actually Helen Bairstow but I love being called Joy too! In 2010 I was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. Good news ... my body healed it. As of 2015 I am NED (No Evidence of Disease) and I am now seeing the joy of life. A joy shared is a joy doubled ... so sharing I will do. My new purpose is sprinkling joy so that's who I am ... Joy Sprinkler!

You'll read stories about how I healed (Helen's Healing Journey), things to simply make you smile and and other random healthy stuff (Joy Sprinkles) and a bits from my past life experiences like Aromatherapy (Healthy Skin Secrets).

So... en-joy. ✨✨✨

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I never had a desire to climb a mountain.

But I did! I had to.

Climbing a mountain is my analogy for my healing journey. You see even though I’ve been at the top of the mountain (No Evidence of Disease after healing stage four cancer since 2015), I’ve been too scared to let go. I’ve been holding on to the ropes that keep me tethered, not quite believing that I am at the summit. The fear of looking down stopped me seeing how far I have climbed and really appreciating the miracle. But now the fear has gone. I am enjoying being at the top of the mountain and absorbing the view.

My fear has been replaced with a knowing. Knowing that even if I slip down a bit, I know how to get back. This gives me the courage to look back and explore how I got here. Why look back? Because there are many people that I see at base camp, who just like me, never thought they would have to decide whether to climb the mountain or stay at base camp and perish.

Hey I haven’t actually climbed a mountain in reality but I do know that those who have didn’t just decide … “Hey tomorrow looks like a good day to climb the mountain!”. It takes lots of preparation and most importantly a great knowledgeable supportive team. So over the next months, probably years, I’ll be exploring all the stuff that I did and learned on my healing journey so the peeps in base camp can use it to help them on their journey too.

A bit about the awesome photo… It’s not me in the photo but it someone who really has climbed a mountain in the physical world. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain, was climbed in 2016 by this beautiful peep Lisa Conyers. And again in June 2017. Now if climbing a mountain IS on your to-do list Lisa is going to do it again and take a group. Yell and I’ll put you in touch.

www.joysprinkler.com/climbing-mountains-was-not-my-plan/
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Janice HuffmanLove your insight and experience.1   ·  7 days ago

Kathy MacdonaldYou are such an inspiration Miss Joy Sprinkler 💓1   ·  7 days ago

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7 News Cairns
Not a mention about C. Seems my life is moving forward...

Love that my title is 'Mother'!
Should be PROUD mother.
So happy for these kids...

One of my healing secrets is have a BIG reason to heal. This tv segment explains one of mine well!
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A group of children who created an app have won a Queensland award for innovation. The youngsters will now head to Melbourne to pitch their business case. Latest 7 News: bit.ly/7NewsLatest #7News

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A group of children who created an app have won a Queensland award for innovation. 

The youngsters will now head to Melbourne to pitch their business case.

Latest 7 News: http://bit.ly/7NewsLatest

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So many good things came out of my C healing journey. I'm planning to share them when the amazingly normal business of being the best parent I can be slows down. I am grateful for this because in my dark days Elliot was about 8. Now he's almost 13 and I'm enjoying being a mum running around supporting him. Karma! ... See MoreSee Less

“In the midst of difficulty lies opportunity.” -Albert Einstein #QOTD #QuotesToLiveBy #HealingQuote #Opportunity #Overcome

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Yep. One of the last yet profound steps in my healing journey was to NOT fear, hate, cuss, 'condemn war on' or think 'why me?' C but instead ... wait for it ...
... huge step ...
... gaining courage to write it ...
... I've said it but writing it ... wow
... hello procrastination...
... oh there you are 'joking Helen'!
... I didn't realize how I would resist writing this ... now turning on cap locks ...

I AM GRATEFUL FOR CANCER!

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Imagine if all the fear around the world transformed into love. #peace Sign up for our mailing list and to be one of the first to see the film. www.healdocumentary.com

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Janice HuffmanCancer can be a wake up call. It can teach us how to eat, live, think, and completely change or life. It can teach us how to share and encourage others. We learn a lot about ourselves. We learn to be warriors and proactive. We learn discipline. We do what many people won't or can't do. We love life and are willing to climb every obstacle. I could go on and on about the joy I discovered during my healing journey. Have the pity party but then put your big girl pants and roll up the sleeves. Enjoy the ride and better health than before.3   ·  4 weeks ago

Leanda KayessWell done my friend. 💕👏👏👏1   ·  4 weeks ago

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