Wednesday, December 1, 2010

All Systems Go

Four Lessons on Life
1. Never take down a fence until you know why it was put up. 2. If you get too far ahead of the army, your soldiers may mistake you for the enemy. 3. Don't complain about the bottom rungs of the ladder they helped to get you higher. 4. If you want to enjoy the rainbow, be prepared to endure the storm.
Warren Wiersbe

Yes, I have missed on day of posting yesterday and I was really busy. I will also keep my post short today. So far, all systems go.

Since I have changed my local organic coffee powder to that from USA, the smell of the coffee as I was boiling the coffee solution for my enema is so aromatic that it can put Starbucks coffee to shame. And what a waste you might say. Yucks, better not talk about it!

In my early days of my cancer therapy, I have only concentrated on the physical aspects. Of course overtime, my friends and from books, I realised to solve the cancer problem, there is more to it. Here is an interesting article on cancer.

Cancer Can Be Cured by Andreas Moritz
To discover and understand the physical causes of cancer you will first need to let go of the idea that cancer is a disease. In our modern world, we have learned to go more by the superficial appearances and less by the rather concealed larger picture of things. It is in the nature of life that for every symptom there is an underlying cause, yet the cause lies hidden and seems to be unrelated to the symptom. Purely mechanistic approaches to treating the body, as they are applied in the system of allopathic medicine, usually fall short in locating and healing these hidden causes. They will remain undetected unless we begin to view the body as a process that is organized by a superb combination of energy and information or intelligence rather than an assembly of different parts as can be found in a machine.

It resembles middle age technology to treat the body as if it were just made of cells and molecules. Our modern technologies and computers were all derived from the principles of information and energy as discovered by quantum physics, yet when it comes to treating the human body we are still relying mostly on the old, outdated Newtonian principles of understanding the nature of life. It is relatively easy to understand the way the human body operates if we were to apply the principles of quantum physics.

You as consciousness, soul or spirit are the only true source of that energy and information that run your body. Your presence in the body and what you do, eat, drink, feel and think determine how well your genes are able to control and sustain your physical existence. If you (the conscious presence) are no longer present in your body, the energy and information is withdrawn from every cell. We know this to be physical death. Seen from a superficial point of view, you could conclude that death has turned the body into a disordered heap of useless particles. Of course, if you had a wider perspective of death you would be able to see it as the beginning of new life; all the atoms that previously comprised these cells have simply relocated themselves to assemble once again in new forms, such as air, water, soil, plants, fruits, animals or other human beings. Therefore, life does not end with death; only the form changes. Besides, your consciousness remains unaffected by all that, because it is not physical and cannot be destroyed.

Now, if you only partially withdrew your energy and purposeful connectedness (intelligence) from some parts of your body, would those parts not move into disarray and chaotic behavior? This is what medicine calls disease, meaning, you are no longer in ease or alignment with the orderly fashion in which the body normally operates. However, as you will begin to realize, disease is only an illusion of perception. Like death, disease is nothing but the provider of new life. Yet unlike death, disease offers us the opportunity to restore our life while remaining in this physical form. Cancer only strikes when a part or parts of us are not alive anymore, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Cancer can resurrect these numbed, suppressed or congested areas, whether they are physical or non-physical in nature.

The resurrection, which begins with an increased attention to these dead zones of our life, can occur in a number of ways. We may gradually become aware how afraid or negligent we are of a particular body part, the body as a whole, our future or the past, nature, food, other people, the future of our planet, , , etc. Suddenly, we may begin to realize how deeply we have harbored intense negative emotions toward others or us, or we notice why we allowed certain foods, beverages or drugs such as painkillers, steroids and antibiotics to contaminate and congest our beautiful body. Cancer is a wakeup call prompting us to take our life back where it is no more. The alarm bell that sounds to wake us up sounds painfully loud, which is good because we are more likely to respond to physical pain than to emotional pain.

The ‘disease’ cancer occurs only where channels or ducts of circulation and elimination are consistently blocked for a long time. I have dealt with this subject in great detail in my latest book, "Cancer Is Not A Disease - It's A Survival Mechanism". Obviously, there are not just physical causes behind the Cancer phenomenon, and so I have addressed also it's emotional and spiritual causes.

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