The other day I was talking with a friend about cancer.
This may sound overly optimistic or even egotistical but here is a statement I said.
“If I was diagnosed with cancer I have zero doubt in my mind that I could cure it.”
What allows me to make such a claim? My experience and knowledge. And I wouldn’t even consider myself a real expert on the subject.
Alas, it wasn’t always this way. As some reading this may know, a few years back my mother passed away due to breast cancer after surviving it for about 8 years always going the conventional treatment route. After all, she was a nurse, and if you didn’t trust your own profession what would you do?
Unfortunately I was only just beginning on my journey of learning about disease, nutrition and health back then. I have to thank my mother for giving me that lesson, because without it I wouldn’t have learned all the wonderful things I now know, that lead me to making that claim.
And it’s not that I would know exactly what to do. I have lots of ideas of great places to start such as:
- Cutting out 100% of sugar from my diet
- Loading up on medicinal mushrooms such as reishi, chaga, turkey tail and other powerful herbs
- Working on the problem energetically
- Analyzing my life and mindset for what beliefs, circumstances, etc. led to this development
- And so on
Then I would continue to get tested for feedback on how well it was all working.
Even if nothing I did worked, I would find what would. I remember reading about one study that showed that those who believed they’d beat cancer, regardless of going conventional or alternative routes, on average did much better than those that did not.
Unfortunately, I cannot pass on this confidence and ability to other people…unless they have open ears to hear it. And sadly, most do not. Occasionally I hear others talk about how so-an-so found out they have cancer (or insert XYZ disease her) and how sad that is. I’ve learned to not offer any help unless it is asked, because they simply won’t listen.
I don’t even see it as sad to tell you the truth. That person more than likely needs a wake-up call that a disease can trigger, though most people do not wake-up. Oh well, there’s always next time…
There are so many “cancer cures” out there that you could get lost just researching them all. Sure there is a fair share of snake-oil and mis-information out there too so its not always easy to know what to do. But do something. Do lots of something. And be persistent.
There will never be a point where you’ve tried everything.
Even if you decide to go with the conventional route and get chemotherapy or radiation understand that alternative therapies can help that as well. There’s Russian research showing how Chaga (an amazing medicinal mushroom) when taken in conjunction with chemo lessened side effects and increased success of the treatments.
And always be on the look-out for new possibilities of what you may need to do in the future.
The other day I was connected with Nick Polizzi who produced a documentary called The Sacred Science. It’s all about a group of people suffering from various diseases who visit real Shamans living in the Amazon for a month.
For all of our knowledge and technology we don’t even come close to understanding natural medicine on the levels that these people do.
If you get cancer should visiting a shaman be the first thing you do? Probably not, but it is something that is available.
If you want to go on an adventure I’d suggest watching this film. There’s some pretty interesting stuff and a turn I didn’t expect to see.
It just goes to show that there are many more possibilities than what most people are willing to look at.
I do everything I can do to prevent myself from getting cancer. Yet if I did, it would be like a big fire was lit under my ass and I would take MASSIVE ACTION until I was even healthier than before.
I hope the you can say the same yourself. I wish more people did. But if nothing else we can all lead by example.