Frequently Asked Questions:

How do you determine the cost of your services?

Determining the monetary value of our coaching health... 

Are you against chemotherapy?

One of my teachings for clients is to never be against... 

Is it my fault I have cancer?

The answer to this question requires... 

Do you cure people?

The foundation of Paul's teachings about cancer is that... 

Are you offering false hope?

The approach to cancer Paul developed comes from...  

My family member has cancer - what should I do?

When someone you love develops cancer it can be the scariest...
Frequently Asked Questions:

How do you determine the cost of your services?

Determining the monetary value of our coaching health... (scroll down to see full answer)

Are you against chemotherapy?

One of my teachings for clients is to never be against... (scroll down to see full answer)

Is it my fault I have cancer?

The answer to this question requires...  (scroll down to see full answer)

Do you cure people?

The foundation of Paul's teachings about cancer is that...  (scroll down to see full answer)

Are you offering false hope?

The approach to cancer Paul developed comes from...  (scroll down to see full answer)

My family member has cancer - what should I do?

When someone you love develops cancer it can be the scariest...  (scroll down to see full answer)

How do you determine the cost of your services?

Determining the monetary value of our health programs has always been challenging. 

Our programs are about more than reversing cancer - there are two things provided:

1. Reversing cancer
2. Building a new, transformed life

For example, the first part of our Overcome Cancer Program, the 30-Day Residency, is focused on reversing cancer and becoming cancer-free.  However, we are very aware that for a person to remain cancer-free for life, they must build a life that nourishes them in all the ways which are essential for well-being. In other words, if a person reverses their cancer and then goes forward into financial challenges, relationship challenges, or any number of life-challenges which may result in chronic stress, they may redevelop cancer.

Thus our programs are beyond the reversal of cancer - they are about mastering our lives in the future. Thus, clients who work with us are committed to, and invested in something that will benefit them for a lifetime.

It has been complicated for us in deciding the value of our programs. Many factors are at play...

We've had clients seek help who have vehicles worth more than $70,000 and yet did not want to spend a few thousand on support and guidance through their healing process.

In another example, the first client Paul worked with had no money. He worked with her for free, and she is cancer-free today. However, afterwards Paul was exhausted and left in a position of financial pressure and stress.

Another client we worked with who contacted us from palliative care, had previously raised over $120,000 for treatments which had not worked. He then found us, and Paul did one session with him in the hospital.  He said it was the most healing and beneficial thing he and his family had encountered in his whole battle with cancer. Unfortunately, he was scheduled for surgery later that night and did not recover from the surgery.

We have had to figure out a way to help people regain control of their health and their lives, while at the same time pricing our programs according to their real value. A lot of  time and energy goes into their maintenance, and a tremendous amount of training and life experience was necessary to develop these programs.

At Wheel of Life, we do our best to make our programs financially available to anyone, while keeping ourselves happy and healthy. We need to have enough energy and finances to continually provide clients with support programs and resources for inner-healing such as our residency, retreat, and other services - There are many expenses associated with running a healing centre, especially with its expansion to be able to help more people.

It would be wonderful if self-healing programs were paid for by governments or health insurance, just like common treatments often are.


Are you against chemotherapy?

One of my teachings for clients is to never be against anything, instead have an open mind to everything - There is a time and place for everything.

Perhaps the following three examples will bring clarity to this:

Example 1:
One of my clients initially contacted me with a large tumour in her colon which had completely blocked her ability to defecate - which is a life-threatening situation. If our bodies cannot eliminate our fecal matter (referred to as constipation), a process of auto-intoxication begins where our body absorbs its own waste. If this occurs for too long we can die. She asked my advice: should she come and focus on healing from within or should she use a treatment method offered by her oncologist?  

My advice was this: If your cancer has reached a point of imminent crisis, it can create a situation that prevents you from being able to focus on your own healing work. Inner-healing takes time. In this example, she did not have much time because her body would not last long in a state of auto-intoxication. Of course, I told her that I cannot make this kind of decision for her. I simply explained that inner healing work can only be done if you have time, so if there is a threat to doing inner-healing work, the focus might best be put on eliminating the threat first.  

In this case, my client chose to do surgery and had the tumour removed.  The surgery went successfully and after she recovered she came to Wheel of Life and began her inner-healing. She left the program 30 days later energized with a clear understanding of what had caused her cancer, and began her plan of integration-work at home. In our most recent integration session, she was more confident than ever that she was now in control of her cancer.

Example 2:
Another of my clients contacted me with the desire to complete our Overcome Cancer Residency. She was in a situation where her spleen was so full of cancer that she could die any day. Her oncologist could offer chemotherapy, radiation or surgery, and the protocol a 50% chance of success. She had to decide if she should risk the treatment approach to her cancer or begin her transformational healing work in our Overcome Cancer Residency. 

She decided to not do the treatment protocol because she felt the risk was too great, and she knew in her heart that the treatment would not address what caused her cancer to grow in the first place. 

She came to the residency very determined, open to learning, and committed to healing herself. She accomplished a lot in a short time and the cancer cells in her spleen went away naturally in just 2 weeks. By the time she left the residency her symptoms of cancer were 90% gone - her belly which looked pregnant on day 1 was now flat. Today, 1.5 years later, she is cancer-free.

Example 3:

Another of our clients came (who had breast cancer) and did several coaching sessions with us while she prepared to make her decision as to whether she should do a chemotherapy protocol or complete our 30-Day Overcome Cancer Residency. 

When the time came, she asked us whether she should do chemotherapy or do our complete residency program. We told her that we couldn't make that decision for her and our advice was to spend time alone and try to connect to what her inner voice was telling her.  

She decided to do chemotherapy. As of this writing - about 9 months later - she has finished her chemotherapy and has been declared cancer-free.

Example 4:
Another of my clients contacted me from palliative care, where she was told she would die any day and nothing more could be done. She had underwent several chemotherapy treatments and surgeries. 

She asked me if I could help her, and what she should do. I of course cannot make these kinds of decisions for anyone, and I told her that. However, I asked her some important questions: If you have been told you are going to die there in palliative care, and nothing more can be done for you - but you want to heal - then why are you staying there?The other thing I told her was that if she wanted to work with me to see if she could still reverse her cancer, then all we could do was try.  She had to decide if it made sense for her to stay in palliative care or leave and begin self-healing work.

In this case, she left (and had a hard time leaving the hospital because all of her care-givers to that point, including her doctor, thought she was crazy to try something other than what they tried with her.

When she arrived she immediately slept for 13 hours straight without waking and had not sleep for more than 30 minutes in the hospital due to her pain.  Her wounds from surgery began healing, her one swollen leg that was twice the size of her other leg went back to normal.

This was a complex scenario that is very personal to our client but she is unfortunately part of our 10% of clients who were not able to heal in time. Her family is incredibly thankful because when they visited her and saw how happy she was in this program, and the peaceful state she reached as she began to accomplish some of her inner-healing, it brought them to tears.  In lieu of her passing, her family asked for donations to be made to our program to help others become aware of it sooner.

In summary:

Statistically, 50% of cancer patients who undergo treatments die within 5 years after their original diagnoses, which also means 50% are alive within 5 years after diagnosis. If these people develop cancer again after the initial 5-year period they are still recorded as cancer-survivors.

In summary, sometimes a treatment can be exactly what a person needs at the time it's offered. At other times, it may not make any sense at all. We do not ever make decisions for our clients, because if we did, we'd be interfering with an important part of their personal healing work, which is this:

Often, one part of self-healing involves having the courage to face extremely challenging decisions - on one's own. No one can really make a decision for us - that is our free will. Five people may tell you to do one thing, and five other people may tell you to do another thing. It's your life - listen to YOUR inner truth. 

This is how trust in oneself develops.




Do you cure people?

The foundation of Paul's teachings about cancer is self-healing, because he believes cancer grows in response to internalized chronic stress. What this means is that there is a possibility of gaining control over cancer from within oneself, by addressing stress-factors. That process is what Paul specializes in.

Wheel of Life's programs support a person's process of self-healing. This is done through a variety of personal transformation work.

Paul teaches his clients that no-one can actually heal them, and all things that are found to be helpful which come from the 'outside', can only be temporary aids.  The deepest, life-long healing can only come from within, and that is the goal of Wheel of Life - to help people thrive in their life, cancer-free.

Are you offering false hope?

It is due to the efforts of past clients who wanted to see if they could heal themselves from within and reverse their cancer, which led to the development of Wheel of Life's programs.  The success of these clients has given us confidence that more people can take control of their cancer.

Wheel of Life's programs come from the experience of working with cancer patients who were told nothing more could be done for them to heal.  They sought Paul's help after trying an enormous variety of approaches to destroy their cancer, and yet their cancer either continued to grow or re-developed again later after they were thought to be cancer-free.

Wheel of Life's programs are based on life-experience - success that past clients have achieved, thus the message at Wheel of Life is not that everyone will heal for sure who embarks on the journey of healing from within.  

The message is this:

If other people have reversed their cancer, then there's a very good chance that you can too. All you can do is try, and that is up to you.

Paul believes in every client because of what he has witnessed others achieve when they believed in themselves.



Is it my fault that I have cancer?

The answer to this question requires a lot of learning and growth to understand.

Basically, all that happens to each of us is on some level under our control, and yet on another level out of our control.

Part of the human journey involves waking up to what we have not been aware of. For example, lets say someone is born into a culture where drinking soda-pop (which has 10 teaspoons of refined sugar) is normal and valued. A person raised in a culture like that will likely end up drinking soda-pop.

Waking up means a person begins becoming aware of what is damaging to them and others, and wants to take that new awareness and make positive change. They don't know how they will move forward into the future and find solutions, but they are devoted to finding a way, and it is all about love - love of self, and love for others.

Hence when a person, in this example, learns that soda-pop has 10 teaspoons of refined sugar in each can and refined sugar damages our health, they then have a choice: with their new awareness they can set new, higher-level-of-awareness, love-based goals, and strive to achieve them. In other words, they wish to become a better-version of themselves.

As human beings we can make decisions that are based on "unawareness" and we can make decisions that come from a place of being "aware".

As a general statement, the reason the incidence of cancer is so high today is because there is a massive lack of awareness in cultures and society's around the world, and these cultures and society are what raised us. 

There is a saying:

"You cannot have free choice, unless you have informed choice."

Hence a critical part of self-healing is to choose positive change that is based in love of self, and love of others.  Then you choose - even though you don't know how that's going to be possible yet - to find a way to succeed in building a life that is better for yourself and others too. 

Lastly, you forgive yourself if you learn that there were things you weren't aware of that contributed to your body's development of cancer cells. You then also forgive everyone else, including culture and society itself, because culture and society was already faced with the same challenges, when you were born.

In other words, it is unfair to say that it is anyone's 'fault' that they developed cancer.  

What's more important is to do our best to accomplish as much personal healing and evolution in awareness as possible, and trust that all our efforts will be enough. If our efforts are not enough, then at least we can celebrate the progress we did make because that progress will find its way into the lives of others and benefit them due to our efforts.

My family member has cancer - what should I do?

Perhaps the most important thing you can do for a family member who has developed cancer is to practice accepting their choices.

Free will is a very real phenomenon and exists for important reasons. None of us are truly living if we cannot make our own choices, and when we make our own choices what feels better than anything else is others supporting us and accepting our choice.

Even though you love your family member, you are not responsible for their path in life or their destiny. By doing your best to let go of what you have no control over, it will likely give you at least a little bit of relief.

One suggestion that comes to mind, which is more about what you should NOT do, is fake it or 'think positive'. Here's why: One of the essential parts of healing is setting goals, and that is definitely part of positive thinking. However, goals should be set on the Truth. In other words, if you are very scared, or if you feel pain in your heart when you think of potentially losing the person you love so much, express that to them.

Expressing your truth is a beautiful way of connecting, and one of the best things you can do for the person you love. 

Perhaps the most important thing you can do is find a way to believe in them - regardless of anyone else's opinions.  What matters most is their belief in themselves, even if a person in a position of 'authority' does not believe in them. 

The following analogy may demonstrate how critical it is to do our best to believe in someone:

Imagine a person is afraid to speak in public. When they think of speaking on stage they experience tremendous anxiety and they back away from their dream of reading their amazing poetry to the world.   

Now imagine the people who love them have not spoken in public either, and may also be afraid.  If they decide that it's possible even though it may seem impossible, and they believe in the person, there is a better chance they can succeed.  

If the person you love is truly passionate and determined to heal themselves, they deserve to succeed. 

If there is a way to make it on that stage and finally read their poem one day, they will find it.

It may not be easy, but do your best to believe in yourself and others.

How do you determine the cost of your services?

Determining the monetary value of our health programs has always been challenging. 

Our programs are about more than reversing cancer - there are two things provided:

1. Reversing cancer
2. Building a new, transformed life

For example, the first part of our Overcome Cancer Program, the 30-Day Residency, is focused on reversing cancer and becoming cancer-free.  However, we are very aware that for a person to remain cancer-free for life, they must build a life that nourishes them in all the ways which are essential for well-being. In other words, if a person reverses their cancer and then goes forward into financial challenges, relationship challenges, or any number of life-challenges which may result in chronic stress, they may redevelop cancer.

Thus our programs are beyond the reversal of cancer - they are about mastering our lives in the future. Thus, clients who work with us are committed to, and invested in something that will benefit them for a lifetime.

It has been complicated for us in deciding the value of our programs. Many factors are at play...

We've had clients seek help who have vehicles worth more than $70,000 and yet did not want to spend a few thousand on support and guidance through their healing process.

In another example, the first client Paul worked with had no money. He worked with her for free, and she is cancer-free today. However, afterwards Paul was exhausted and left in a position of financial pressure and stress.

Another client we worked with who contacted us from palliative care, had previously raised over $120,000 for treatments which had not worked. He then found us, and Paul did one session with him in the hospital.  He said it was the most healing and beneficial thing he and his family had encountered in his whole battle with cancer. Unfortunately, he was scheduled for surgery later that night and did not recover from the surgery.

We have had to figure out a way to help people regain control of their health and their lives, while at the same time pricing our programs according to their real value. A lot of  time and energy goes into their maintenance, and a tremendous amount of training and life experience was necessary to develop these programs.

At Wheel of Life, we do our best to make our programs financially available to anyone, while keeping ourselves happy and healthy. We need to have enough energy and finances to continually provide clients with support programs and resources for inner-healing such as our residency, retreat, and other services - There are many expenses associated with running a healing centre, especially with its expansion to be able to help more people.

It would be wonderful if self-healing programs were paid for by governments or health insurance, just like common treatments often are.


Are you against chemotherapy?

One of my teachings for clients is to never be against anything, instead have an open mind to everything - There is a time and place for everything.

Perhaps the following three examples will bring clarity to this:

Example 1:
One of my clients initially contacted me with a large tumour in her colon which had completely blocked her ability to defecate - which is a life-threatening situation. If our bodies cannot eliminate our fecal matter (referred to as constipation), a process of auto-intoxication begins where our body absorbs its own waste. If this occurs for too long we can die. She asked my advice: should she come and focus on healing from within or should she use a treatment method offered by her oncologist?  

My advice was this: If your cancer has reached a point of imminent crisis, it can create a situation that prevents you from being able to focus on your own healing work. Inner-healing takes time. In this example, she did not have much time because her body would not last long in a state of auto-intoxication. Of course, I told her that I cannot make this kind of decision for her. I simply explained that inner healing work can only be done if you have time, so if there is a threat to doing inner-healing work, the focus might best be put on eliminating the threat first.  

In this case, my client chose to do surgery and had the tumour removed.  The surgery went successfully and after she recovered she came to Wheel of Life and began her inner-healing. She left the program 30 days later energized with a clear understanding of what had caused her cancer, and began her plan of integration-work at home. In our most recent integration session, she was more confident than ever that she was now in control of her cancer.

Example 2:
Another of my clients contacted me with the desire to complete our Overcome Cancer Residency. She was in a situation where her spleen was so full of cancer that she could die any day. Her oncologist could offer chemotherapy, radiation or surgery, and the protocol a 50% chance of success. She had to decide if she should risk the treatment approach to her cancer or begin her transformational healing work in our Overcome Cancer Residency. 

She decided to not do the treatment protocol because she felt the risk was too great, and she knew in her heart that the treatment would not address what caused her cancer to grow in the first place. 

She came to the residency very determined, open to learning, and committed to healing herself. She accomplished a lot in a short time and the cancer cells in her spleen went away naturally in just 2 weeks. By the time she left the residency her symptoms of cancer were 90% gone - her belly which looked pregnant on day 1 was now flat. Today, 1.5 years later, she is cancer-free.

Example 3:

Another of our clients came (who had breast cancer) and did several coaching sessions with us while she prepared to make her decision as to whether she should do a chemotherapy protocol or complete our 30-Day Overcome Cancer Residency. 

When the time came, she asked us whether she should do chemotherapy or do our complete residency program. We told her that we couldn't make that decision for her and our advice was to spend time alone and try to connect to what her inner voice was telling her.  

She decided to do chemotherapy. As of this writing - about 9 months later - she has finished her chemotherapy and has been declared cancer-free.

Example 4:
Another of my clients contacted me from palliative care, where she was told she would die any day and nothing more could be done. She had underwent several chemotherapy treatments and surgeries. 

She asked me if I could help her, and what she should do. I of course cannot make these kinds of decisions for anyone, and I told her that. However, I asked her some important questions: If you have been told you are going to die there in palliative care, and nothing more can be done for you - but you want to heal - then why are you staying there?The other thing I told her was that if she wanted to work with me to see if she could still reverse her cancer, then all we could do was try.  She had to decide if it made sense for her to stay in palliative care or leave and begin self-healing work.

In this case, she left (and had a hard time leaving the hospital because all of her care-givers to that point, including her doctor, thought she was crazy to try something other than what they tried with her.

When she arrived she immediately slept for 13 hours straight without waking and had not sleep for more than 30 minutes in the hospital due to her pain.  Her wounds from surgery began healing, her one swollen leg that was twice the size of her other leg went back to normal.

This was a complex scenario that is very personal to our client but she is unfortunately part of our 10% of clients who were not able to heal in time. Her family is incredibly thankful because when they visited her and saw how happy she was in this program, and the peaceful state she reached as she began to accomplish some of her inner-healing, it brought them to tears.  In lieu of her passing, her family asked for donations to be made to our program to help others become aware of it sooner.

In summary:

Statistically, 50% of cancer patients who undergo treatments die within 5 years after their original diagnoses, which also means 50% are alive within 5 years after diagnosis. If these people develop cancer again after the initial 5-year period they are still recorded as cancer-survivors.

In summary, sometimes a treatment can be exactly what a person needs at the time it's offered. At other times, it may not make any sense at all. We do not ever make decisions for our clients, because if we did, we'd be interfering with an important part of their personal healing work, which is this:

Often, one part of self-healing involves having the courage to face extremely challenging decisions - on one's own. No one can really make a decision for us - that is our free will. Five people may tell you to do one thing, and five other people may tell you to do another thing. It's your life - listen to YOUR inner truth. 

This is how trust in oneself develops.




Do you cure people?

The foundation of Paul's teachings about cancer is self-healing, because he believes cancer grows in response to internalized chronic stress. What this means is that there is a possibility of gaining control over cancer from within oneself, by addressing stress-factors. That process is what Paul specializes in.

Wheel of Life's programs support a person's process of self-healing. This is done through a variety of personal transformation work.

Paul teaches his clients that no-one can actually heal them, and all things that are found to be helpful which come from the 'outside', can only be temporary aids.  The deepest, life-long healing can only come from within, and that is the goal of Wheel of Life - to help people thrive in their life, cancer-free.

Are you offering false hope?

It is due to the efforts of past clients who wanted to see if they could heal themselves from within and reverse their cancer, which led to the development of Wheel of Life's programs.  The success of these clients has given us confidence that more people can take control of their cancer.

Wheel of Life's programs come from the experience of working with cancer patients who were told nothing more could be done for them to heal.  They sought Paul's help after trying an enormous variety of approaches to destroy their cancer, and yet their cancer either continued to grow or re-developed again later after they were thought to be cancer-free.

Wheel of Life's programs are based on life-experience - success that past clients have achieved, thus the message at Wheel of Life is not that everyone will heal for sure who embarks on the journey of healing from within.  

The message is this:

If other people have reversed their cancer, then there's a very good chance that you can too. All you can do is try, and that is up to you.

Paul believes in every client because of what he has witnessed others achieve when they believed in themselves.



Is it my fault that I have cancer?

The answer to this question requires a lot of learning and growth to understand.

Basically, all that happens to each of us is on some level under our control, and yet on another level out of our control.

Part of the human journey involves waking up to what we have not been aware of. For example, lets say someone is born into a culture where drinking soda-pop (which has 10 teaspoons of refined sugar) is normal and valued. A person raised in a culture like that will likely end up drinking soda-pop.

Waking up means a person begins becoming aware of what is damaging to them and others, and wants to take that new awareness and make positive change. They don't know how they will move forward into the future and find solutions, but they are devoted to finding a way, and it is all about love - love of self, and love for others.

Hence when a person, in this example, learns that soda-pop has 10 teaspoons of refined sugar in each can and refined sugar damages our health, they then have a choice: with their new awareness they can set new, higher-level-of-awareness, love-based goals, and strive to achieve them. In other words, they wish to become a better-version of themselves.

As human beings we can make decisions that are based on "unawareness" and we can make decisions that come from a place of being "aware".

As a general statement, the reason the incidence of cancer is so high today is because there is a massive lack of awareness in cultures and society's around the world, and these cultures and society are what raised us. 

There is a saying:

"You cannot have free choice, unless you have informed choice."

Hence a critical part of self-healing is to choose positive change that is based in love of self, and love of others.  Then you choose - even though you don't know how that's going to be possible yet - to find a way to succeed in building a life that is better for yourself and others too. 

Lastly, you forgive yourself if you learn that there were things you weren't aware of that contributed to your body's development of cancer cells. You then also forgive everyone else, including culture and society itself, because culture and society was already faced with the same challenges, when you were born.

In other words, it is unfair to say that it is anyone's 'fault' that they developed cancer.  

What's more important is to do our best to accomplish as much personal healing and evolution in awareness as possible, and trust that all our efforts will be enough. If our efforts are not enough, then at least we can celebrate the progress we did make because that progress will find its way into the lives of others and benefit them due to our efforts.

My family member has cancer - what should I do?

Perhaps the most important thing you can do for a family member who has developed cancer is to practice accepting their choices.

Free will is a very real phenomenon and exists for important reasons. None of us are truly living if we cannot make our own choices, and when we make our own choices what feels better than anything else is others supporting us and accepting our choice.

Even though you love your family member, you are not responsible for their path in life or their destiny. By doing your best to let go of what you have no control over, it will likely give you at least a little bit of relief.

One suggestion that comes to mind, which is more about what you should NOT do, is fake it or 'think positive'. Here's why: One of the essential parts of healing is setting goals, and that is definitely part of positive thinking. However, goals should be set on the Truth. In other words, if you are very scared, or if you feel pain in your heart when you think of potentially losing the person you love so much, express that to them.

Expressing your truth is a beautiful way of connecting, and one of the best things you can do for the person you love. 

Perhaps the most important thing you can do is find a way to believe in them - regardless of anyone else's opinions.  What matters most is their belief in themselves, even if a person in a position of 'authority' does not believe in them. 

The following analogy may demonstrate how critical it is to do our best to believe in someone:

Imagine a person is afraid to speak in public. When they think of speaking on stage they experience tremendous anxiety and they back away from their dream of reading their amazing poetry to the world.   

Now imagine the people who love them have not spoken in public either, and may also be afraid.  If they decide that it's possible even though it may seem impossible, and they believe in the person, there is a better chance they can succeed.  

If the person you love is truly passionate and determined to heal themselves, they deserve to succeed. 

If there is a way to make it on that stage and finally read their poem one day, they will find it.

It may not be easy, but do your best to believe in yourself and others.