What If You Could Skip the Cancer?

Available this fall through all online booksellers!

This was my first book, originally published in 2009, telling the story of my miraculous healing, personal growth and an all-around life-changing experience. Countless people have been asking about where and how to get a copy, so come this fall I will be releasing a second edition!

This book actually works as a beautiful companion to my new book, Tantric Intimacy, because it is the journey from directing our lives from society and the desires and expectations of our loved ones to listening within – to listening for divine guidance. For me, it was the scare of cancer that gave me the boost to try a different way of living. And it has made all the difference.

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What People Are Saying

“Finally, I also started the book you gave me.  Thank you.  That was a very loving, thoughtful gift.  It is a very uncomfortable book-deeply honest and forcing you to look deeply within and be brutally honest.  Even in the first two chapters, which I just completed reading, there are points that resonate deeply-uncomfortably so.  It’s also not comfortable to be ‘standard’, but I guess we all are to some degree.  The Good Daughter/Wife/ Mother/Working Woman syndrome.”

“Like a brilliant diamond, there are many facets to healing.  In What If You Could Skip the Cancer, Katrina Bos explores the psychological and spiritual side of preventing illness and recovering from it.  Her approach does not ignore the physical side of things, but places it in a larger context alongside those factors that make us uniquely human.”

Larry Dossey, MD

“I’m almost done Katrina’s book.  It is very uncomfortable book to read, because it makes you think — but more vitally feel. Give her my compliments for her grit, honesty and forthrightness, when next you see her.  I’d love to meet her sometime. It is also amazing how it echos the key tenants of all the good stuff in the world — religion, Wicca, Reiki, QiGong, buddhism etc.  Ask for help, listen to the answer, have faith to act on it.”

This self-help book will definitely come in handy for many women who need to get in touch with truly feeling free to live. There are several sections in the book that some Christians might think of as New Age-y.  If it is, it’s New Age Lite, and those same passages could easily have been found in a Christian anti-cancer book. What If You Could Skip the Cancer? is also good for those women who fear the disease. It’s another weapon that helps to arm the reader against the cancer phobia rampant in our society. The book probably helps; it definitely won’t hurt, and it will cause many women to re-examine their lives – and perhaps believe a bit more that the miraculous is always around us and often in our own hands. It’s an easy read that packs a lot in a little package.”

Katrina Bos’ What If You Could Skip the Cancer? is a must-read for women who consider themselves to be chronic people-pleasers and who don’t take the time to care of their own health. Bos’ believe that women have to re-prioritize their lives so that they can put themselves towards the top of their priority list every day.”