Letting Go and Staying Grateful Led to Cancer Recovery 

Musician & Drummer for Infected Mushroom Rogerio Jardim Shares His Cancer Journey 

Have you ever gone to a party and got to talking with someone who captivates you with their life story? I recently met new found Glow Circles member Rogerio Jardim, a Brazilian musician who, for the last 10 years, performs as the drummer for electronic music revolutionaries Infected Mushroom, and he blew me away with is story about surviving lymphoma.

I’ve had four super close people in my life get cancer and two survived and two passed away. Not great statistics. I’ve witnessed the challenges up close and understand the fear and anxiety it can create. What fascinates me about Rogerio is how he dealt with these aspects as he faced the potential of dying from his deadly disease.

by Cami Torres Check out my video call with him that covers his journey with cancer, the life lessons that came from his experience, and how he feels it transformed him into an even better person today. Its been three years since his last cancer treatment and he is glowing! He is back on the road with Infected Mushroom but is also working on his solo record and drum lesson videos for aspiring drummers.

Rogerio embodies the Glow Living lifestyle which to me means that “I am willing to face life challenges; grow from my experiences and the wisdom of others; and create an empowering life story that inspires and contributes beyond myself.”

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Rogerio_studioAbout Rogerio Jardim
Drummer, Singer, Composer. Drummer of the electronic band Infected Mushroom. Rogerio’s performing credits include Stewart Copeland, Armand Sabal-Lecco, Bebel Gilberto, Vinx, Toninho Horta, Sergio Mendes, Carlinhos Brown, Naked Eyes, Bad Haggis, Alphonso Johnson, Infected Mushroom and others.
Learn more about Rogerio at http://www.rogerio-jardim.com



About Infected Mushroom
Renowned for being the sonic innovators of crafting hypnotic arrangements, Infected Mushroom are hailed for their complex layered melodies and synthetic rhythms known as “Psychedelic Trance”.
To check out the band’s site, visit http://www.infected-mushroom.com


Written By Chandra Lynn


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