Cancer Has A Biologic Purpose
Let us set aside for a moment the idea that cancer is an “enemy” that has invaded the body and needs to be fought against and conquered. Cancer is not a contagious disease that we can “catch”. It develops from the inside-out. Therefore we must assume that the body has a reason for growing cancer although we may not always understand what that reason is.
Cancer is the result of a transformation of metabolism at the cellular level from healthy to unhealthy, from normal to abnormal. From the perspective of Integrative Medicine, the body responds to stressors in the environment for a reason, and with a biological purpose and meaningfulness behind the response.
Emotional Stressors are Often Linked to Cancer
You may have had an experience of being in a moment of unusually strong happiness, love, and the joy and feeling a certain “glow” coming from inside of you. Perhaps other people around you have to even noticed or commented about this. This is an unconscious physical manifestation of your state of emotion at the time. Your brain and nervous system have taken a positive emotion of love and joy and caused it to manifest physically. It is a spontaneous process.
On the other hand if you are carrying hidden emotional conflicts that are draining you and causing your energy fields to be out of balance, your brain and nervous system must to do something with those emotions as well. When such emotional conflicts are very strong and sudden, or are suppressed yet carried for prolonged periods of time, they can eventually show up as tumors that can be characterized as “cancer” in various organs.
Unconsciously holding onto a feeling of being “out of control” in some aspect of life often leads to the brain manifesting the same “out of control” response somewhere in the body. This is exactly what characterizes cancer cells. Their metabolism changes, they grow and proliferate wildly and without the normal controls of the body and they are able to invade other tissues.
The Brain Controls The Growth Of Tumors
Our bodies are so wonderfully made and naturally integrated that we must accept that nothing happens or grows in the body that the brain and nervous system doesn’t know about and have an important role in controlling it. The same is true for reversing the growth of tumors.
Interestingly and quite predictably, the brain will cause tumors to grow in parts of the body that correlate to the type of emotional stressors that are driving them. The location of the tumor can give important clues about the nature of the underlying emotion behind it. Different emotions will show up as tumors in different body areas and to different parts of the brain will be in control of these tumors.
Cancers Caused From Stress Have Two Biologic Phases
When unresolved emotional stress is one of the causes of cancer then there will be at least two “phases” of the cancer – a Conflict Phase and a Healing Phase. People who are in Conflict Phase are characterized by lingering and unresolved emotional conflicts. This us usually an unconscious process. People who are in Healing Phase have been able to find a resolution to their emotional stressors and their bodies are in an active state of detoxifying, healing and repair.
There is sometimes a third phase which is characterized by “cycling” back-and-forth between the Conflict Phase and the Healing Phase. This can happen when a person is striving to heal yet there is constant exposure to a situation or circumstance that continues to activate their source of stress.
How to Recognize Conflict Phase
During the Conflict Phase the person continues to feel entangled at some level with the emotional conflict issues and has not been able to bring them to a resolution or conclusion. The conflict can remain alive for that person for very long periods of time. During this time the mind and the body will attempt to find a way to resolve the issue. Some of the characteristic symptoms include reduced quality or duration of sleep, having dreams that may be related to the conflict, loss of appetite, anxiety and irritability, and coldness in the hands and feet.
How to Recognize Healing Phase
When that person has been able to get in touch with his emotional conflict belief and bring it to a resolution or a closure, they are able to transition from the conflict phase to the healing phase. During the healing phase the body uses Mother Nature to help “clean up” the tumor debris. Outward symptoms tend to become much more noticeable such as swelling and inflammation of the tumor site. At first this often leads to increased pain and need for more sleep. As healing progresses the appetite returns and weight is re-gained, sleep is more sound and restful and there is increased warmth in the extremities. The person may develop a much lighter mood and become easier to get along with.
These are all indications that the body is in the Healing Phase and is naturally finding ways to reverse the growth of tumors.
Transitioning From Conflict Phase To Healing Phase
Everyone can make the shift from Conflict Phase (cancer is growing) to Healing Phase (cancer stops growing) at any stage and at any point during their therapy!
One of the most important parts of treating the causes of cancer is to help each person make the transition from Conflict Phase to Healing Phase.
Special techniques are used to help open the mind and reach into areas were old memories are stored that may be at the source of emotional stress. This enables one to bring Light, Love and Forgiveness to areas where feelings of darkness, heartache and sorrow have been kept hidden away. Although we cannot alter one’s memory of events, together we can change the feelings and emotions associated with those memories. Then the mind can release the emotional conflicts and genuine healing can follow.
Special Report - Common Organ Correlations
Emotional experiences that are either sudden and particularly intense or have been suppressed and left unresolved for long periods of time tend to become biological conflicts.
Biological conflicts often have direct correlations to tumors and specific organs. The organ of involvement and which side of the body a tumor appears on can often reveal important information about the nature of the biologic conflict.
There are several common themes that are at the roots of biologic conflicts. Most of these are unconscious for most people most of the time. It is possible to use energy-based therapies such as Homeopathic medicines help patients get in touch with and release their biological conflicts – permanently.
Examples of feelings that can lead to biologic conflicts include:
- Difficulty letting go of anger, fear or resentment
- Being unable to forgive someone, even oneself
- Feeling judged by others even when it is not really true
- A deep sense of unworthiness
- Unbearable grief over the loss of a loved one
- Frustration with messy, “out of control” life situations
- Feeling unable to provide for or to protect someone.
Finding and releasing the causes of biologic conflict is the first step toward permanent healing.
Following is a brief list of organs of involvement and some of the conflict emotions that are commonly found to be associated with them. The organ of involvement and which side tumors are on can often reveal important information about the nature of the biologic conflict.
|Cancer of the Adrenal Glands||Intense and prolonged stress, or feelings of having made a bad decision or being thrown off-course.|
|Bone Cancer||Conflicts of self-devaluation. “I am not good enough”.|
|Breast Cancer||Left side – mother/child, feelings of being unable to provide adequate nurturing or nesting.
Right side – conflicts related to spouse, partner, loss of support and/or protection.
|Colon Cancer||Ugly, indigestible anger, e.g. someone wrongly accused of a serious crime, or prolonged legal conflict.|
|Kidney Cancer||Feelings of fear related to abandonment, rejection, denial, not being cared for.|
|Liver Cancer||Conflicts of intense anger, such as feeling unable or unwilling to forgive someone.|
|Lung Cancer||“Death fright”, such as the shock of being unexpectedly told one has cancer and having been given a “time limit” of life expectancy. One nodule – a fright for someone else
Multiple nodules – a fright for oneself
|Cancer of the Lymph Nodes (lymphoma)||Feelings of being worthless or unworthy. Many times one begins to feel “worth-less” upon learning that they already have a cancer.|
|Ovarian Cancer or Testicular Cancer||Unbearable grief or loss of a loved one
Right side – related to a male
Left side – related to a female
|Pancreatic Cancer||Struggle or anger conflict over a life issue, commonly with family members. The family member could be oneself.|
|Prostate Cancer||Conflicts related to loss of manhood and virility, such as not being able to provide for and protect the home or spouse.|
|Rectal Cancer||Feelings of uncertainty, not knowing where to go or where to belong, not knowing what decisions to make.|
|Thyroid Cancer||Feelings of being powerless, or of not being “fast enough” to take advantage of an opportunity.|
|Uterine Cancer||Not being able to hold onto “the baby” – represented by something of high perceived value that she is unable to hold onto.|
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