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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Falling in Love with Cancer with Robert Rabbin

Join us Thursday, June 15th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What is Going OM when Sandie's guest will be Robert Rabbin.

Robert Rabbin
In December 2011, Robert Rabbin was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer. His spine and pelvis were riddled with tumors; nothing could be done. Prognosis? He would be dead within four months. To which Robert Rabbin responded with a “Really? Really?!”

Two days ago, Robert Rabbin posted these words on his Facebook page: “I learned that if we dive deep enough into the center of our being, we will find a life that cannot be vanquished by cancer, or even by death itself.

This week, Robert Rabbin joins Sandie to (irreverently and with complete authenticity) discuss what he learned from cancer, and why he says he has “fallen in love” with it.

Robert Rabbin began his professional journey in 1985, after spending 10 years living and working with meditation master Swami Muktananda. Since then, he has developed an international reputation as a radically brilliant speaker and public speaking guru, as well as a distinguished self-awareness facilitator, leadership adviser, and personal mentor. Robert is the creative source and director of Speaking Truthfully, through which he offers masterclasses and private mentoring in authentic self-expression and public speaking. He has published eight books and more than 200 articles on authentic living and public speaking, leadership, self-inquiry, spiritual activism, and meditation. In January 2012, he was diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer, and was told he had a few months to live. However, in keeping with his contrarian nature, he continues to thrive past the predicted use-by date.

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