Works List

Surviving Mesothelioma and Other Cancers: A Patient’s Guide

Cancer Monthly, Inc. 2005, 2008

In June 1997, Paul Kraus was diagnosed with mesothelioma and given only a few months to live. Many years later, Paul is alive with a good quality of life. In this book, Paul offers solid practical advice on how to cope with the initial diagnosis; nutrition and diet; conventional and complementary therapies; and the role of the mind in health and the principles of healing.

To Order: Surviving Mesothelioma Website

Poetic Medicine: Touching our innermost being

Hybrid Publishers, 2016


In this book of poems and meditations, Paul Kraus brings together the best modern teaching on healing, albeit from a predominantly Christian viewpoint, even though he is a Holocaust survivor of Jewish origin. He tells the amazing story of his journey through cancer to a richer life. He coped with the most devastating diagnoses by opening his life to deep prayer. Each illness was a time of transformation of body and soul, firstly through meditation which brought a healing light to shine in and around him and then through the positive emotions which stilled his worried mind.


To Order: Visit Hybrid Publishers at https://www.hybridpublishers.com.au/product/poetic-medicine-touching-our-innermost-being/

In Good Spirits   (Formerly - Faith, Hope, Love & Laughter, How They Heal)

Michele Anderson Publishing, 2014


In this book, Paul Kraus presents his writings and the writings of Bernie Siegel, Ainslie Meares, Viktor Frankl, Carl Simonton, Joan Borysenko, and Ian Gawler. The prose and poetry in this book focus on healing emotions, the healing power of creativity, meditation, laughter, music, love, and remarkable recoveries.


To Order:    In the U.S. available from Amazon.com


Australia and other countries:  available from Michelle Anderson Publishing

Surviving Cancer: Inspirational Stories of Hope And healing (Edited by Paul Kraus)

This book presents a series of stories about people who have had various cancers and have survived against considerable odds. The stories highlight the techniques used to getting well again and demonstrate that cancer can be overcome.


To Order:  Amazon.com


Australia and other countries: available from Michelle Anderson Publishing

A New Australian, A New Australia. 

Federation Press, 1994


This is a migrant story about four people in a family who strive to identify with their personal, historical and spiritual discovery after this family moved into a new land. It is about the ways in which Australia changed from the end of the 1940s to the end of the 1970s. It is a little slice of Australian social history that looks briefly at Australian cultural studies.


To Order:  Amazon.com

 

Other Books by Paul Kraus

Prayers, Promises & Prescriptions for Healing, Ark House Press, Sydney, 2012.

Mother Courage: From the Holocaust to Australia. (Yet to be published.)

The Not So Fabulous Fifties: Images of a Migrant Childhood.