Got Liver Cancer?
The need to identify and resolve the shock conflict that is at the root cause with any and all cancers.
Date: 3/6/2015 2:01:04 AM ( 6 y ) ... viewed 1772 times
"... if a man unexpectedly lost his business and the bank takes all his assets, he can develop colon cancer as a result of an 'indigestible morsel conflict' ('I can’t digest this!'), liver cancer as a result of a starvation conflict ('I don’t know how to provide for myself!') and bone cancer as a result of a self devaluation conflict. You would probably consider that this man is doomed to die. This would be probably correct if he were to follow chemotherapy. The truth is that, with the resolution of the conflict all three cancers will go into healing at the same time."
My mission is to identify supportive tools and approaches that individuals can readily use for the resolution of their conflicts. One tool "BasicPEAT manual" offers a technique that may support the resolution of the conflicts that are at the root of your biological survival program/s.
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August 2, 2015 -
I work with a holistic perspective that I have been developing over the course of about forty-five years. The "new medicine"(German New Medicine) paradigm with its five biological laws has complimented my holistic perspective as of about seven years ago. I also have included the Anthroposophical paradigm as of about twenty-five years ago. When considering cancer as a "disease" I see the chemical science as only one dimension within a whole entire matrix of understanding regarding cancer. I present the following in light of this.
"Researchers have been testing individual chemicals for years to see if they can cause cancer.
Now, a groundbreaking new report suggests scientists should also be looking at how low doses of chemicals considered safe on their own might cause cancer when mixed together.
'We’re swimming in this chemical soup ... and we really don’t know what it’s doing to us,' says William Goodson III, MD, lead author of ("Assessing the carcinogenic potential of low-dose exposures to chemical mixtures in the environment: ..."). 'We’re pushing for the idea that the chemical testing has to basically go back to step one. Instead of looking at individual chemicals, look at chemicals in mixtures. We live in a mixture every day.'
Other experts agree with the report. It was written by a team of international scientists from 28 countries.
'We must take on the significant challenge of evaluating mixtures and not just evaluate one chemical at a time,' says Linda Birnbaum, PhD, director of the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences and the National Toxicology Program."
The truth (as William Goodson indicates) is that the scientists don't really know. He says "It’s going to be a huge project. We don’t underestimate how complicated this will be.”
And for anyone who realizes that there's an intelligence behind all biological programs of cancer then this "huge project" is far greater and more encompassing than any of these scientists can say.
"Goodson says. 'It’s almost impossible to live a life that’s going to get you away from these things.'
But he says he has made a few changes.
'Probably the biggest thing I’ve done is stop drinking bottled water' because of the chemicals in the plastic bottles, Goodson says. 'Whatever I decide to do is just my best guess.' Instead, he says, he drinks tap water, saying 'in most parts of the U.S., tap water is as safe and more regulated than bottled water.' Typically, he uses a stainless steel, BPA-free water bottle to carry it.
Still, he says, 'if I go to a place where the only water available is bottled water, yes, I will drink it. I don’t have a choice.' Goodson says he’d prefer to buy milk in glass bottles, but it’s hard to find."
My impetus to pursue the above originated with an article by Jon Barron who says: "As Michael Culbert, in his book Medical Armageddon, describes it, modern medicine likes to claim Hippocrates and the ancient Greeks as its founding fathers, but the fact is that Isaac Newton and the seventeenth-century philosophers and scientists--who defined the universe as a giant machine ruled by the laws of mechanical physics and math--are probably much better candidates for the title"
Present day answers to pressing matrix-system questions will not be found as long as one limits their thinking to conform within a seventeenth-century paradigm. Do you think it's at all possible that human beings and our shared reality of the cosmos may have actually changed over the course of the last 300 plus years? ; ~ )
Cont. - the 3rd -
Submitted the following at Jon Barron's site:
I find this article to be a great introduction to the big picture regarding the mechanistic paradigm behind modern medicine and that people essentially "blind" themselves to the holistic nature of their life by conforming their understanding within that paradigm.
Without a truly holistic perspective (all-inclusive of body-mind-spirit) the individual may not fully appreciate that “Disease was no longer viewed as an imbalance in the body” (not to mention that the psyche deserves to be included in addition to "in the body").
Much appreciate your reference that "Idiopathic is a word we medical men use to conceal our ignorance of the cause of disease."!
The “... need to treat the body holistically.” depends on how you define holistic. Since the 80s I have defined holistic at least in terms of body-mind-spirit. This perspective is supported by the five biological laws of Dr. Hamer's "new medicine" as well as by the holistic paradigms of Anthroposophical medicine and other truly holistic approaches to medicine.
I'm curious Jon, has your program ever been evaluated in an independent review?
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