Interesting that 'the war on cancer' is being used as a reference. I am 50 this year and for as long as I can remember Cancer Research has been collecting vasts amount of money with people leaving their savings in a Will to this charity. Considering my studies, it makes sense that a scientist will analyse what is cancer and then know what treats it. My studies are in health and healing. Not everyone is willing to do the research or knows where to start.
Connecting the dots is relevant. Beware of ignoring any inconsistent information. Keep and open mind and always be willing to learn and explore the facts. Much is hidden from the public eye - and some things are silenced. In another blog I wrote that cancer treatment was found 100 years ago. Still 'cancer research charities' are collecting a great many millions of dollars.
My personal interest is to identify what we can do to help ourselves. Looking at preventative care, we can also address what we need to do to preserve our health and well being.
The causes of cancer might be many, although the body's ability to fight any illness might be hindered with trauma and extreme stress - particularly where the body is run down and struggles to heal itself. When we are eating foods that are genetically modified, with growth hormones, additives and preservatives, there is concern that these unnatural substances could have an adverse affect on the body. Common sense should be telling you that they could even be affecting your health in some way.
During my hypnotherapy training, we 'witness' how the mind is very powerful. Already my background proved the mind has potential beyond what we may even realise or know. There are people who have had experiences of using meditation and visualisation to restore their body back to health again. We all have 'will power' an innate driving force and also intuition. Many people are unaware of the powerful energy they have within.
There is limited awareness in society about what contributes to harm the body. Some people go into complete denial - knowing too much of something might cause adverse consequence, but they go ahead and indulge anyway. I draw comparison to smokers. Most smokers know cigarettes are bad for their health; yet still puff away. Addiction is another topic of discussion.
Our body is affected in many different ways by what we eat, drink; especially stress. You have one body and your life is precious. What you feed it and how you take care of yourself is very relevant. Rest and relaxation can assist healing.
Pharma is big business. We already know some cancer treatments are expensive and aggressive. There are inexpensive treatments not being actively promoted and the question we need to be asking is why? One Ethical expert in Oncology, Dr. Simoncini has been treating cancer successfully by using 'Sodium Bicarbonate'.
Ethical experts practice in their chosen profession in your best interest. Many professionals studied extensively over several years to help people or to provide a service. This is a journey I have traveled and my willingness to learn more is never ending. My sharing is in the public's best interest and raising awareness.
You have a loyalty to your own mind and body to take care of yourself. Your health is not something to fear - if anything I urge you to embrace health and well being. You are worth it!
Article by Pauline Maria
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