Time Now For Healing the Emotions!
All cancer has an emotional component. We start were we are at the bottom of the emotional tone scale and take our steps up one at a time. I have just begun at the bottom with fear and have admitted to it enough that I am now looking at the next step: insecurity.
Date: 12/14/2007 12:15:35 AM ( 14 y ) ... viewed 1746 times
December 14, 2007 -
"Healing will surely take the mind
where minds don't usually go
come on the amazing journey
and learn all you should know"
One of my all time favorite lines from an old favorite album: TOMMY by The Who.
I believe this fact speaks volumes of the healing nature of my path and that I am reminded of now with my own healing process.
Over the last couple weeks I have noticed that the basal cell carcinoma tumor on my temple has grown towards my eye. For some days I was silent about this and finally within the last week I verbalized my fear with two of my friends. What a relief that was! Finally the fear is no longer locked-up inside me but it now has been expressed! And by expressing it I was able to look at it from another perspective after first speaking further about my fear: that the tumor could reach my eye, affect my eyesight and in the worse case scenario that I could lose the sight in that eye! Having said that I then said "xxx I still have another eye to see!" In any case I will survive!
Abraham/Hicks talks of "The Emotional Guidance Scale" and the very bottom of that scale I see: "Fear/Grief/Depression/Despair/Powerlessness" That's some s_ _ _ -load of heavy-duty emotional baggage! I also read today in Dr. Mercola's newsletter that cancer always has an emotional component at it's root cause. I suspect that the fear gets our attention more acutely than does the other emotions on that level. Once we are alerted to the fact that there is an emotional core to the cancer then we can ask for the release of the rest of what has been held there (i.e. the grief/depression/despair and the powerlessness). I recognize all of that in my healing site! Fortunately I have a practitioner I can see who has been assisting me on clearing the beliefs that are behind the emotional states. (I called him today to make another appointment.)
The next step up from the fear level is "Insecurity/Guilt/Unworthiness" and looking at that now I can recognize the insecurity of my relationship with my father as a child and that carried over well into adulthood. (I don't remember how much I had shared in my earlier blogs about being smacked by my dad at about age one with such force that there was a huge red mark on the side of my face for days after and that this is the side of my face where the tumor is!) I also recognize that unworthiness was a subconscious message I received from the repeated punishments throughout all of my childhood and that carried over into adulthood as well. Abraham teaches that the forward moving direction is through these levels and that it is not reasonable to expect to go from the bottom level all the way up to "Joy/Appreciation/Empowerment/Freedom and Love" all in one fell swoop. So in the case of discovering the fear (and all) in cancer it would be a step in the right direction to intend to have thoughts leading "up" to "insecurity/guilt and unworthiness" (and for some reason when I think of unworthiness something in me starts to laugh!). Maybe the idea that I was unworthy is now some kind of a "joke". However the "insecurity" in this is still real to me. I may have "guilt" in other things but I don't see guilt involved with this particular healing site. So that leaves admitting to all the insecurity I feel about "the site" as a positive direction for me emotionally. I can do that!
April 3, 2017 -
It's been a while since I last revisited this post and glad to have the following addition. First I must say that my vision is whole, complete and very well! I am so grateful I resolved the conflict that I believe was at cause for the basal cell carcinoma activity at my left temple! There is a complete account of which I could possibly share here some time. I came here today not with that intention but to add the following:
"Please read this important statement from the National Cancer Institute about BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations... indicating serious uncertainties !!!
'It is important to note, however, that most research related to BRCA1 and BRCA2 has been done on large families with many individuals affected by cancer. Estimates of breast and ovarian cancer risk associated with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations have been calculated from studies of these families. Because family members share a proportion of their genes and, often, their environment, it is possible that the large number of cancer cases seen in these families may be due in part to other genetic or environmental factors. Therefore, risk estimates that are based on families with many affected members may not accurately reflect the levels of risk for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation carriers in the general population. In addition, no data are available from long-term studies of the general population comparing cancer risk in women who have harmful BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations with women who do not have such mutations. Therefore, the percentages given above are estimates that may change as more data become available.'"
When we consider the fact that unexpected shock conflicts ("DHS" in New Medicine terms) can be found to precipitate the onset of virtually all cancers; that although the DHS occurs simultaneously in the psyche-brain-organ of the individual it also has its impact on family members who share the psycho-emotional field of family members impacted by each DHS then we have another criteria to consider that goes beyond the hereditary genetics of BRCA1 and BRCA2.
"People like Angelina Jolie actually betray women on this issue by pushing false fear that drives profits into the BRCA1 gene testing industry -- an industry that exploits women's bodies for profit. Jolie is using her celebrity status to spread huge fear about the BRCA1 gene mutation, causing women to rush into their doctor's offices to get tested... at $3,000 - $4,000 per test thanks to the royalty fees paid to the corporate patent holder."
Just submitted the following:
"Was the following ever included in earlier editions of this web page?:
'It is important to note, however, that most research related to BRCA1 and BRCA2 has been done on large families with many individuals affected by cancer. Estimates of breast and ovarian cancer risk associated with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations have been calculated from studies of these families. Because family members share a proportion of their genes and, often, their environment, it is possible that the large number of cancer cases seen in these families may be due in part to other genetic or environmental factors.'"
"Many of us have heard the conventional talking points that refer to an "87% higher risk for breast cancer" - if one tests positive for the BRCA1 gene mutation. But, I'm here to tell you, that this is a complete fabrication of the medical truth."
Also posted the following at naturalnews.com: "Was the quoted paragraph that begins with: 'It is important to note, however, that most research related to BRCA1 and BRCA2 has been done on large families with many individuals affected by cancer. ...' removed from the National Cancer Institute website link: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics..."
April 6, 2017 -
Got a reply from the National Cancer Institute regarding the "quoted paragraph" mentioned above. The whole entire reply follows:
Cancer.gov Inquiry - Estimates of cancer risk
Response By Email (NCI Agent) (04/05/2017 05:03 AM)
Thank you for your e-mail to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) asking whether certain language was ever included on our website. We hope the following information will be helpful.
The section of text you cite was included in the NCI fact sheet, "BRCA1 and BRCA2: Cancer Risk and Genetic Testing," from 2008 until 2013. When this fact sheet was updated in January of 2014, however, this language was removed. The most current version of this resource can be found at https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/genetics/brca-fact-sheet.
Thank you for writing.
National Cancer Institute Staff.
Why did they removed (what I call) the "caveat" in 2014 that disclosed what the lion's share of their research findings were based on?
Who can say whether the "caveat" made any difference in more fully incoming people about the limitations of so called "cancer risk" when it was included in the "fact sheet": "BRCA1 and BRCA2: Cancer Risk and Genetic Testing"?
Just replied to the NCI staff asking:
Why was "this language was removed" from the NCI fact sheet?
They replied with the following:
"Cancer.gov Inquiry - Estimates of cancer risk"
Response By Email (NCI Agent) (04/06/2017 12:57 PM)
Thank you for your follow-up e-mail to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) asking why the language you'd inquired about previously was removed from the NCI fact sheet "BRCA1 and BRCA2: Cancer Risk and Genetic Testing." NCI fact sheets are routinely updated and revised by the NCI based on the latest cancer research.
Thank you again for writing.
National Cancer Institute Staff
Is that a lame answer or what?
I just replied as follows:
Thank you for responding!
What is "the latest cancer research" that apparently caused the fact sheet to be revised?
April 17, 2017 -
Finally just received a reply to my question on April 6th (that I had posted immediately above here) as follows (in full):
"Cancer.gov Inquiry - Estimates of cancer risk" +
Response By Email (NCI Agent) (04/17/2017 11:55 AM)
Thank you for your follow-up e-mail to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) regarding the revisions to the NCI fact sheet "BRCA1 and BRCA2: Cancer Risk and Genetic Testing." We can offer information that we hope you will find helpful.
NCI staff has shared that during the 2013 review and update of the fact sheet the paragraph was deleted and replaced with language to more accurately describe the state-of the-science estimates of breast and ovarian cancer risk associated with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations in the general population. Thus, it was no longer necessary to state that the estimates might be overinflated because more recent studies adequately controlled for the higher risks observed in families with many affected members. However, a statement was added to note that estimates may change over time as more is learned.
Thank you for your interest in NCI's cancer information.
National Cancer Institute Staff
Customer By CSS Email (chef@...) (04/06/2017 08:50 PM)
Thank you for responding!
What is "the latest cancer research" that apparently caused the fact
sheet to be revised?
Another "lame" answer. No research cites!
One more request (as follows) before I start a FOIA:
Where is the research that I have asked for? I am asking for cites of research findings that were replied upon for this particular "revision".
Looking forward to receiving this information!
April 21, 2017 -
I got the following today from NCI:
"Thank you for your follow-up e-mail to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) regarding the citations for the revisions to the NCI fact sheet 'BRCA1 and BRCA2: Cancer Risk and Genetic Testing.'
The citations can be found in the Selected References section of this resource and are listed below.
5. Antoniou A, Pharoah PD, Narod S, et al. Average risks of breast and ovarian cancer associated with BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations detected in case series unselected for family history: A combined analysis of 22 studies. American Journal of Human Genetics 2003; 72(5):1117–1130. [PubMed Abstract]
6. Chen S, Parmigiani G. Meta-analysis of BRCA1 and BRCA2 penetrance. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2007; 25(11):1329–1333. [PubMed Abstract]"
I attempted to search for independent reviews/comments on these two citations and so far I'm not finding such in my search results.
John Theobald asked:
"Are you watching the Truth About Vaccines?"
I got to watch two episodes including the last one. If I owned the set I'd watch all of them and ideally have small group viewings with discussion afterword.
"What is of greatest interest to me is the unbelievable corruption and conflict of interest."
I share your sentiments! I was hoping to review the last episode especially to better note and quote the several statements re: "fraud", "criminal", "Crimes against humanity" and the like.
October 19, 2017 - More Re: "TOMMY" -
At about 7:11 AM this morning the archetypal TOMMY came into my awareness: "See me! Feel me! Touch me! Heal me!" and I suddenly realized there is a progression here and that it does lead to healing! Making eye contact (see me) allows better support for the sense of feel-ing of one another. To "touch me" is to genuinely connect with me which is essential for a clearing of the mind through which healing can occur.
In reading the start of this initial post of December 14, 2007 I'm now impressed with the elements I can see there of "see me, feel me, touch me, heal me".
Also inspired to do a search for TOMMY+ACEs.
August 3, 2019 - Comment to Dr. Sircus regarding: ‘What Is Cancer’? -
Good question Dr Sircus!
You may recognize this commentator from several of his previously posted comments - all expressing deep appreciation! In addition this blog-writer often quotes you. However now: "we need to turn back to the fundamental question of ‘What Is Cancer’?" because that question is not answered here and I accept that.
Your statement here is appreciated: "one of the principle causes of cancer ... is stress - however just saying "stress" doesn't actually identify the root cause of cancer. Stress is an everyday ongoing experience for people. Until we have fully identified a certain extremely stressful situation that direct correlates with a specific cancer we will have no clue as to what cancer is. This kind of medical detective work probably can only be undertaken by a master oncologist who has worked with thousands of cancer patients and recorded their histories. Fortunately there was such a doctor: Gerd Harmer! Have you heard of him? ......... If so what do you think of the "Five Biological Laws" of cancer? .........
Update on "the basal cell carcinoma tumor on my temple" -
This previously mentioned growth (reported in 2007) appears to have returned - or there is another separate manifestation occurring now that is closer to the left eye plus its size has increased into a mushroom-like form. This blog-writer does not know what to make of it, does not know if the original root-cause of the first manifestation was completely resolved and whether or not this manifestation indicates a "hanging conflict" or a different root cause. At times he wishes he had a friend who practices some form of the "New Medicine" who could "See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me" and determine what is going on with this growth now.
 Re: web page at:
 "Rhino's Psychedelic Trip" By Alan Bisbort, Parke Puterbaugh:
The Amazing Journey, Abraham Hicks, Emotions, The Emotional Guidance Scale, truth telling, BRCA1, BRCA2, New Medicine, breast cancer, root-cause, hanging conflict, See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me
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