Integral Visions:
Promoting Stress Release and Positive
Visual Imagery of Recovery

The understanding that through visualization one can strengthen the mind-body connection and promote the body's natural ability to heal.

Mary Hallman was first diagnosed with fallopian tube cancer in 1995. Her cancer recurred in 2007, from which she has now recovered. As an ICU nurse who works in both Integrative Medicine and traditional health care systems, she understood the importance of deep-relaxation and stress-reduction during her fight to recover.

Throughout her treatment and recovery, she also used a combination of Integrative Medicine and conventional Western medical methods to restore her health. Specifically, along with deep-relaxation and stress-reduction, Mary used imagery at the most essential level, the cell, to give her a vision for recovery and healing.

As a result of her recovery, Mary began investigating scientific cellular imagery. She found descriptions of cellular elimination, as well as light micron photographs that had parallels to the imagery in her mind’s eye. Combining her personal experience with research of developments in science and visual technology, the concept for Visions for Cancer Recovery was born.

Mary’s daughters Jennifer Russell and Molly Russell Ford joined their mother in the development of Visions for Cancer Recovery, a program that would integrate and bridge concepts from scientific, natural and artistic fields. They formed Integral Visions, and masterfully created Visions for Cancer Recovery, inspired by the philosophy that through visualization one can take full-advantage of the body’s innate ability to heal.

As a family who has been significantly affected by cancer, Mary and her daughters understand the importance of support and hope. They wish to make Visions for Cancer Recovery widely available to anyone who has had a cancer diagnosis.

Integral Visions hopes to produce further topical medical programs in the future.

Visions for Cancer

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