Sunday, September 15, 2013
all last week i was struggling with much pain, getting weaker and weaker while the cancer grows stronger and spreads. yet, as i found out yesterday afternoon, my blood work is near perfect, save for a couple liver enzymes. even my cancer markers are low.
my body doesn't have cancer. the emotional reality i constructed from the crumbs i thought i deserved does....
"A little knowledge that acts is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle."
-- Khalil Gibran
Twenty years ago, Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, a German doctor with his own practice in Rome, Italy, received a call in the middle of the night. His 17-year old son had been shot while on holiday in the Mediterranean. Three months later, Dirk died and shortly after, Dr. Hamer, who had been healthy all his life, but who was utterly devastated by this catastrophe, found he had testicular cancer. Rather suspicious about this coincidence, he set about doing research on the personal histories of cancer patients to see whether they had suffered some shock, distress or trauma before their illness.
In time, after extensive research of thousands of patients, Dr. Hamer was finally able to conclude that disease is only brought about by a shock for which we are totally unprepared. This last point is very important. If we can in any way be prepared for the shocking event, we will not become ill. In fact, Dr. Hamer does not like to say ‘cancer’. Rather, it is a special biological response to an unusual situation, and when the ‘shock’ situation is resolved, the body sets about returning to normality....
Read more.... http://www.newmedicine.ca/breast.php
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