What if cancer was the body’s final attempt to heal? This can happen when the body’s defense mechanisms become overwhelmed with toxins, detoxification has become ineffective and the body starts breaking down. When your environment becomes too toxic, cancer seems to be the body’s attempt to restore balance. But with a weaken the immune system and your body and spirit not strong enough to restore balance, it will break down and never
What if there were metaphysical and spiritual reasons behind all illnesses? In the case of breast cancer, the breast represents nurturing. So cancer in this area can be the result of not feeling nurtured or feeling as though you don’t have the ability to receive or accept being nurtured. When combined with a toxic environment such as getting mammograms, you raise your risk another 10%. Mammograms expose one to radiation and increase the risk of breast cancer. Try thermography or ultrasound instead.
Andreas Moritz’s book, Cancer is not a Disease — It’s a Survival Mechanism, explains the root causes of cancer and how to eliminate them for good. For the most part, most diseases associated with lifestyle have no cure, they are managed. I prefer to call these diseases Lifestyle Disorders. How can I make such a bold statement? Read on and I will explain.
Andreas Moritz’s book asks the following questions:
- What reasons coerce your body into developing cancer cells?
- Once you have identified these reasons, how will you need to deal with them to allow your body to heal?
- What determines the type and severity of cancer with which you are afflicted?
- If cancer is indeed a healing mechanism, what will you need to do to avoid the body having to employ such extreme measures of self-preservation in the future?
- Since the body’s original genetic design always favors the continuance of life and protection against adversities of any kind, how then could the body possibly permit a genetic change to occur that causes its own demise?
- Why do cancers disappear by themselves, without medical intervention?
- Do radiation, chemotherapy and surgery actually cure cancer in some people, or do cancer patients heal themselves, in spite of these radical, side-effect-loaded treatments?
- What roles do fear, frustration, low self-worth and repressed anger play in the origination and outcome of cancer?
- Why do so many children develop brain tumors or leukemia?
Cancer patients typically suffer from lack of self-respect or worthiness and often have what I call unfinished business in their life. Cancer can actually be a way of revealing the source of an unresolved, inner conflict. Furthermore, cancer can help them come to terms with such a conflict and even heal it altogether. The way to take out weeds is to pull them out along with their roots. This is how we ought to treat cancer; otherwise, it may recur eventually.
Another example of how this conflict starts in childhood and could result in dis-ease, then disease, is as follows: You begin to believe your parents don’t love you. You feel you are missing sweetness in your life. To make up for this missing feeling you start stuffing your emotions with more food — especially sweets to make up for this missing feeling. The older you get the more emotional eating can continue to the point you develop diabetes. You then start to resent yourself for not being able to experience sweetness in your life. This self-hatred starts weakening your body to the point this dis-ease turns into the disease of pancreatic cancer.
Another path could be that your resentment does not result in self-hatred but you feel you have no voice in life. You’re always being told you what to do. This feeling could result in a weakness in your thyroid area, your commutation center. The extreme of this could lead to thyroid cancer or Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune inflammation of the thyroid. An autoimmune disorder is when your immune system goes on hyperdrive, which results in your immune system attacking its own tissues. If your body and spirit are not strong enough to restore its own balance, it will break down and never recover. What if there were psycho/spiritual reasons behind illness?
The Causes of Disease, Then Disease
Physical Neglect. This entails neglect of proper diet, sleep and exercise.
Spiritual Neglect. Spiritual neglect is the result of not finding or fulfilling your life purpose.
Trauma. Including injuries, accidents or operations.
Spiritual Trauma. Spiritual trauma can result from prenatal to early childhood emotional distress or the feeling of not feeling loved.
Congestion. A lifetime of eating the wrong foods and chronic congestion.
Spiritual Congestion. This can result from emotional and energy blockage — not feeling the flow of life. This can really affect the lymphatic system.
Toxins. Toxins are physical pollutants including fluoride, preservatives, hormones and EMF’s (Electromagnetic Fields).
Spiritual Toxins. These include emotionally toxic environments.
Parasites. They can thrive in stagnant environments and in people with poor immunity and poor diets.
Infections. Bacterial, fungal or viral.
Stress. It is estimated by the CDC that 80-90% of all illnesses have a stress component.
Surviving Cancer is not Enough
I one hundred percent agree with this quote from the article Surviving Cancer is not Enough:
Everyone is now moving in the same direction, recognizing that patients are living longer. Historically, and probably appropriately, much of the effort in medical oncology has focused on treating the cancer, confirming that the cancer is responding, and determining whether the cancer is either remaining in remission or refractory to therapy. We now have patients who may be cured of cancer, or living with cancer as a chronic disease, or living with the delayed effects of cancer; in these cases, the focus on the status of the cancer and its response to therapy is no longer appropriate. We need to optimize the quality of their survival.
Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead
This June 2013 was the two-year anniversary of the documentary film Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead. If you’ve never seen it, you’re missing out on a great story that could possibly change your life. I first watched this award-winning documentary film a few years ago when it first came out and was truly moved by the story. The film follows a man named Joe Cross on his journey to heal his body from the inside out. With conventional medical treatments unable to help him, Joe went on a 60-day veggie juice fast while taking a 3,000 mile road trip across the US. His results were astounding; he lost his belly fat & excess weight, healed his autoimmune disorder, and was able to get off all of this medications.
Eat what makes you light and energized, not hyper or heavy.
As in a car, your body needs a change of oil. Focus on getting enough Essential Fatty Acids found in wild-caught fish, grass-fed beef, seeds, nuts and avocados. You wouldn’t run your car without the proper oil.
Hydrate yourself. Your body is 70-80% water.
Exercise. Your machine needs to move. You don’t want to turn into the Tin Man.
Breathe. Practice proper belly breathing.
And lastly but most important,
Believe in Yourself.
Believe that you are Worth it.
Believe that you can heal your life.
Believe that you can make a difference.
Believe and know that you are Whole.
If you are dealing with Cancer please contact me. I can help.
Click here for References+
1. Brookes, Linda, MSc. Hudson, Melissa, MD. Surviving Cancer is not Enough. May 31, 2013. http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/804992
2. Moritz, Andreas. Cancer is not a Disease — It’s a Survival Mechanism. Ener-chi, 2008.
3. Moritz, Andreas. Cancer is Not a Disease — It’s a Defense Mechanism. February 01, 2008. http://www.naturalnews.com/022578_cancer_body_disease.html