The very name ‘cancer’ tends to send a chill into most people’s hearts. It often spells death and unpleasant treatment along the way. At the very least, it turns everyone’s life upside down. Does early cancer diagnosis improve your chances?
The single medical solution is the aggressive promotion of surgery (cutting), radiation (burning) and chemotherapy (poisoning). After a regime of this, you have about a 2% chance of surviving five years. The odds don’t seem to be stacked in your favour.
If you don’t follow this system, it seems society is out to make you feel guilty. Apparently a 2% chance, whatever the cost to you, is felt preferable to doing anything else.
However, the New York Times recently wrote a review on prostate cancer based on scientific evidence. It stated that ‘healthy men should no longer subject themselves to the PSA test’. It went on to say that the aggressive promotion of needless treatments do more harm than good. I guess that holds good for all cancers, not just prostate cancer.
Why should oncologists be so relentless and aggressive in their promotion of treatment? Could it have something to do with the income they receive from it? Has health care become big business?
The modern medical system has taught us that cancer is not our fault, that it comes out of the blue, that anyone can get it. I totally disagree.
Cancer is our fault. Cancer comes from a multitude of causes, but they all stem from a disempowerment of our birth right of being an individual. Parenting is often very controlling, preventing children from developing their own identity, living their own lives as their heart or soul shows them.
Cancer comes from listening to other people rather than to our own intuition. This forces us to do things we really don’t want to do, but are made to feel guilty if we don’t.
Cancer comes from eating unhealthy food, from unhealthy sources. How can healthy food come from a polluted planet? From factory farmed animals?
Cancer comes from always saying yes, when we really want to refuse.
Cancer comes from trying to please others instead of trying to connect with our core, which will indicate what we should be doing, that is right for us.
Cancer comes from not taking responsibility of our own life and health. By thinking we can do anything and ‘be saved by science’.
Did you know that drugs increase the chance of getting cancer? One study shows that by taking folic acid (a synthetic ‘nutrient’), your chance of getting cancer increases by 30%. Most pregnant mothers take this ‘vitamin’. At what cost to their unborn child?
And cancer drugs do the same. They increase the risk, rather than decrease it
Strangely, when a cancer patient dies, it is always considered that they couldn’t ‘beat the cancer’, that ‘it got them in the end’. Has anyone stopped to consider that it might be the treatment that killed them, not the cancer? After all radiation is know to kill. And chemo is a poison.
Has humanity become so dumbed down that we can no longer use the brain that we like to think is unique to us? Why is no-one asking and challenging and stirring things up? Why has humanity become so meek?
Traditionally, the young have always been rebellious. This is a great way to shake people out of a rut. Most people are too busy doing what they are told to do, by their boss, the government, their family, their doctor, so called experts. Perhaps it’s time to stop and take control of your own life.
I suggest that by being more in tune with yourself, you have a far better chance of avoiding cancer, than if you go for preventive screening. If that means disappointing some people, well that’s not really your concern. Focus on what is right for you, not on other people’s agendas.
One of the wonderful aspects of homeopathic treatment is that it can cut through all that conditioning. It can allow you to reach your inner core, so you know what is right for you. The fear that was holding you back seems to evaporate quite effortlessly.