Evidence - Documentaries Interviews and Testimonials

Watch this video interview with Ian Gawler on ABC TV Compass: A Good Life documenting his history, work and beliefs (1)

“Mind the Healer, Mind the Slayer” is a documentary made in the 1980s by the ABC in Australia, and is about Ian Gawler’s personal diagnosis, recovery and ongoing work with meditation and nutrition. Rare footage of Dr Ainslie Meares is featured in this great historical account and gives his methodology for using meditation in recovery from cancer. Not to be missed by anyone facing a life-threatening illness who is open minded enough to realise there are more valid choices than those offered by the medical professionals alone. Inspiring and intriguing. 

In this Happiness Hints video interview meditation teacher Ian Gawler talks about how he handled loosing his leg to cancer, gives a Happiness Hint and tells a funny story about his Happiness Hero. It’s an inspiring story for anyone facing sudden disability. February 2017 (2)

Dr Ian Gawler on cancer stress and lifestyle An Essentially Being interview with Jane Treleaven In this video interview, Jane Treleaven, herself a cancer survivor, discusses with Ian his remarkable recovery from cancer, the work this led him to do and how to give yourself the best chance after a cancer diagnosis. Special attention is given to recent research identifying the link between stress and accelerated cancer progression, and what you can do to minimise stress (3)

Dr Ian Gawler on the Subject of Hope. In this video interview at the Gawler Foundation Ian talks about what is real about hope. What is this notion of false hope? And why something only needs to be done once to show that it is possible. He distinguishes individual experience from statistical probability and why this is significant when people are looking at prognosis. (4)

Video interview with Dr Ian Gawler – Dr Francis McNab, St Michael’s. A Christian perspective -the Minister of the St Michael’s Uniting Church in Melbourne- Dr Francis McNab is a great admirer of Ian Gawler’s work and here he talks to Ian about what it is he is so inspired with in Ian’s work, particularly the practical approach described in the new edition of You Can Conquer Cancer (6)

Jeff Davis’ Story Recorded by The Connection crew and used with permission. (7)

Mardi Fletcher’s Story Mardi Fletcher shares compelling insights gathered from a cancer diagnosis that changed her life so much for the better. Recorded by The Connection crew and used with permission. (8)

Dale Fletcher’s Story  Dale Fletcher talks of the inherent frustrations of being a carer, what he gained from attending the Gawler program, including the hope he found that he offers to everyone. Recorded by The Connection crew and used with permission. (10)

For more inspiration and testimonials, go to the excellent section on the Gawler Foundation website that is being regularly updated.

A sport performance perspective  Debbie Flintoff King and Dr Ian Gawler – feature on a Current Affair telling about how Ian Gawler helped this sportswoman to win a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Seoul. (10)

Dr Ian Gawler in this video interview by Robyn Walker  Ian talks in some detail about his own recovery and the things that he did which he believes made a difference. And what makes for a Holistic approach to healing. (11)

Dr Ian Gawler presents to the Conference Happiness and it’s Causes  In this video interview, Ian speaks about what it means to have a conscious life and death in Living Well and Dying Well and why this is achievable and desirable. (12)

A Jewish perspective – introduced by Rabbi Laibl Wolf Ian talks about the importance of food for healing in Eating Well, Being Well at Spiritgrow – Josef Kryss Centre in Melbourne. (13)

In this video interview, Ian Gawler speaks with Denise Drysdale about what he did with his mind for making healing possible and what contributed to getting sick. (14)

A vignette of Ian Gawler as a young man  Here in this video interview 12 years after his recovery, Ian gives Ray Martin the answers to challenging questions about his work (15)


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