How To Completely Heal Breast Cancer

How To Completely Heal Breast Cancer
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Among all cancers, breast cancer is still the number one cancer that kills women.

Because of the lack of success with surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, there needs to be a more comprehensive approach to healing this disease. The answer can only be found when one truly understands that breast cancer is not caused by physical factors alone.

But like all disease, is holistic – meaning it only manifests when the body, mind, emotions and spirit are out of balance. When these four are in harmony, the stage is set for complete healing to occur.

Breast cancer must be looked at from an environmental and emotional view point and not just as a disease.

So what causes cancer cells to form and become so aggressive?

The answer is found in the environment that the cells are raised in. If a person is full of chemicals and toxins, and if they are deficient in key vital nutrients, or if they have had physical trauma or even worse, emotional trauma, all these factors press the button for normal cells to change into cancer cells.



A New Medicine Protocol

Breast cancer is linked to the emotional shocks of worry, fear and separation.

These are not small day-to-day worries but major emotional shocks that usually catch the woman off guard:

  • The first kind of breast cancer is of the mammary gland and is triggered by a worry or argument conflict with a spouse, child, mother or over the loss of the home.
  • The second type of breast cancer is of the intraductal gland and is set off by a separation or fear conflict from a spouse, child, mother or home. In life, the physical is just a manifestation of the mental, emotional and spiritual states. What one sees in their body is a product of their thoughts, emotions and beliefs.



So how can you heal breast cancer?

Answer: By healing your entire life.

Learn To Let Go
Start first by learning how to let go of being dependent upon others.
People are made to be with one another but to not be codependent upon each other. If worry, separation and fear are the biggest triggers of breast cancer, then you must begin to emotionally condition yourself to be able to live a life without a spouse, child, home or whatever else you are so attached to that will trigger a disease in the body if its lost.
Loss does cause a grieving period but then that time should be finished and you should move on to the next chapter of your life. A person who is at peace with themselves is a person who is healthy in many ways.

Get Enough Rest
Physically, the way to heal is to get at least eight hours of sleep a night, preferably with four of those before midnight.

Eat More Raw
Get into the habit of eating a diet high in raw vegetables and fruits.

Exercise
Next is exercise; to move lymph fluid (where two thirds of the immune strength is found) and to increase oxygen levels in the body. Cancer cannot grow in high oxygen.

Reflect and Meditate
Last but not least, is to live a life of reflection and meditation. Calming yourself enough to be able to listen to the truth that is being spoken into the heart. Listen to your heart.

Rise to The Challenge of Life
Breast cancer should not be something to fear but rather a call to go deeper in this journey called life. Instead of emotionally reacting, it should be a call to rise to the challenge that life has presented, a time to reevaluate each area of life and to seek where physical, mental, emotional and spiritual improvements can be made to make life better than it ever was. What appears to be the worst is really meant to become the best.

Sources for this article include:
An increase in cancer stem cell population after primary systemic therapy is a poor prognostic factor in breast cancer. Lee, Kim, Choi, Kang, Chung, Ryu and Park. British Journal of Cancer (2011) 104, 1730-1738.
Exogenous coenzyme Q10 modulates MMP-2 activity in MCF-7 cell line as a breast cancer cellular model. Bahar, Khaghani, Pasalar, Paknejad, Khorramizadeh, Mirmiranpour and Nejad. Nutrition Journal 2010, 9:62
Summary of the New Medicine- Dr. RG Hamer. Amici di Dirk (August 1, 2000)

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