The Shocking Truth About Cancer

July 15, 2010 by  
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 Cancer…Here’s The  Shocking Truth

By Madison Cavanaugh

Cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases of our time. It strikes anyone of any age, whether you lead a healthy or unhealthy lifestyle; whether you exercise regularly or are a couch potato.

But here’s the shocking truth that most people don’t know: No one actually dies of cancer.

Some people die from complications caused by conventional cancer therapies … but it’s NEVER cancer that kills them.

So what really happens when someone “dies of cancer?” It means their immune system stopped working. It’s rarely the presence of cancer cells or tumors that kill anyone. Cancer cells come and go. We all have cancer cells existing in our body, but those cells usually don’t multiply into the full-blown disease … unless our immune system is compromised.

Chemotherapy, radiation and surgery are NOT the answer. Oncologist Dr. Tullio Simoncini states that according to his polls and questionnaires, “75 percent of doctors say they’d refuse chemotherapy if they had cancer … because it is NOT a cure, is ineffective and has devastating side effects.”

One medical journal, Clinical Oncology, published the results of a December 2004 study showing that chemotherapy is not a cure, and has a success rate of just over 2 percent for all cancers! That’s a FAILURE rate of 98%!

Can Cancer Just “Go Away?”

In November 24, 2008, the New York Times reported that cancer researchers have known for years that it’s possible for some cancers to be cured on their own. There were cses of melanomas and kidney cancers just vanishing spontaneously. Neuroblastoma, a rare childhood tumor, has also been shown to sometimes go away without treatment.

Food for Thought
Metaphysical scientists believe that whatever one focuses on grows. Therefore, when cancer is diagnosed and treated, intense mental focus is centered on the disease, and the cancerous condition may well become exacerbated rather than healed.

New York Times best selling author Gregg Braden, a pioneer in bridging science and spirituality, states: “Everywhere we look, consciousness will put something there for us to see. If you are awake and conscious, you are creating. So, what does it mean when you are trained to look for something you don’t want? What does it mean to keep looking for a lump in a breast?”

A Natural Answer?
The fact remains that the human body is designed to heal itself. BUT the body heals itself automatically ONLY when it’s supplied with everything it needs to do its job.

The most essential element your body needs in order to cure any disease is oxygen. Sadly, most people living in modern societies are deficient of oxygen. And a second factor is stress — which can keep your body from functioning properly.

More than 15,000 European doctors have healed millions of patients using a simple inexpensive cure, and over 6,100 articles have been published in European scientific literature hailing the success of this simple, inexpensive therapy.

Yet this information has been aggressively suppressed in the United States — and American doctors who have dared to use it to cure a wide variety of “incurable” and life-threatening diseases have come under heavy attack.

The Key to Cancer Spontaneous Remission

It stands to reason that when you (1) keep your body oxygenated, and (2) minimize stress, that could possibly be the recipe for spontaneous remission of almost any disease.

Many natural health practitioners believe that cancer treatments offered by orthodox medicine are extremely damaging to the body — especially the immune system, which is the only system in the body that can restore the body to health and optimum functioning.

In short: People don’t actually “die of cancer.” They die because of immune system failure. Oftentimes, their immune system is suppressed and severely compromised because of unhealthy lifestyles or treatments — and this prevents their body from healing itself the way it was designed to do.

BUT if your immune system is strengthened through oxygenation and stress minimization, there’s almost no disease that your body cannot heal. You must read this=> Click Here to Learn More!

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Madison Cavanaugh is the author of The One-Minute Cure: The Secret to Healing Virtually All Diseases, which presents a natural therapy for creating a condition that strengthens the immune system, thereby enabling the body to heal itself of practically any disease. Click Here to Learn More about Cancer!

Posted by Jill Ammon-Wexler
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Want REAL Success?

June 14, 2010 by  
Filed under Life Mastery, Our Experts

emotional pain8 Proven Success Strategies.

There are 8 proven strategies to success that highly successful people have always used to overcome obstacles to their goals.

1. Get Aligned 

It’s important to first clearly define exactly what you are truly passionate about — then find a way to become successful at that passion. Only passion stirs up the kind of energy you’ll need when you hit those inevitable bumps in the road. An important proven effective success strategy is to set passionate goals!

2. Focus on Your Priorities
Many folks try to fit their dreams into their life — complaining there are not enough hours in the day to make it happen. If you want your dream to become a reality, make it a priority. Otherwise it will never be more than a pipe dream, and you’re just setting yourself up for disappointment.

Making something important happen in your life requires more than just a goal — it requires a REAL plan of action to get you on target! Create a realistic goal plan that fits the reality of your life.

3. Don’t Force It
Don’t try to force something that isn’t happening. Go for the type of inspired, joyful action that comes along with pursuing a goal in true alignment with your dreams. This causes things to flow along easily and without energy-consuming “efforting.”

Contrast this to forcing yourself to take an action you really don’t want to take. Most likely this will take you twice as long, and you’ll bump up against obstacles.

Whenever possible swim with the current … not against it. And stick to your goal plan to success.

4. Manage your Stress
Stress throws us off balance and into an older, less productive portion of our brain. It prepares you to fight or run. But it does not prepare you to successfully achieve a goal (unless that goal is to escape a tiger.)

5. Build your Strengths
Success comes easier and more quickly when you focus on your strengths, and delegate in those areas where you are less capable. Your natural talents are those things you do so easily and naturally. They contain the seeds of your greatest potential accomplishments.

It’s very important to identify and work on your natural talents and abilities. This is where self knowledge pays off in big dollars and accomplishments. And don’t forget to also your build your mind power!

6. Disarm Your Inner Saboteur
Fear of failure is the biggest internal fear most people will ever have to face. It is why so many ideas never get beyond the idea stage — and why most new projects are started, but never finished.

It’s okay to have these feelings, but it is important to identify them for what they are.

Most fears of failure go all the way back to childhood, and are not even accurate for who you are today. Drag them up into the daylight, and take serious action to face them head on.

7. Develop Resilience
The truth is, you will have setbacks along the way. This is inevitable. The sooner you accept that, the better. Often if you look closely, you will find these setbacks are directly related to your innermost thoughts, fears and beliefs. This is because we create what we focus on, including those things we don’t want.

Don’t get stopped by these bumps in the road. Learn from them. As you work through them you will become the person you need to be to create your dreams. And along the way, be sure to refine your stress management skills. This is an essential key to resilience!

8. Use the Power of Visualization
The muscles we use to physically take action in our lives begins in the mind. That is why all great golfers, tennis players, basketball players, dancers, etc. visualize themselves performing successfully.

An experiment conducted by Aussie psychologist Alan Richardson reported a 23% performance improvement among people who visualized every day for 20 days. Richardson found that the most effective visualization occurs when you feel and see what you are doing. I can help you power-up your success. 

Jill Ammon-Wexler is a renowned success mentor and mind power trainer to entrepreneurs from around the world. A pioneer brain/mind researcher, she was one of the first to take mind power training to the corporate world. Check out  her popular Quantum Mind Program  here=> Success Program

posted by Jill Ammon-Wexler
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Why Emotional Pain Hurts

emotional painEver wonder…

 why you feel emotional pain in your chest when  your feelings have been hurt?

Terms like “heartache” and “gut wrenching” are not just metaphors — they describe both physical and emotional pain.

If you feel heartache, for example, what you are experiencing is emotional stress and the resulting stress-induced sensations in your chest — muscle tightness, an increased heart rate, uncomfortable stomach activity, and shortness of breath.

Physical & emotional pain are connected

You may be a bit surprised to learn that emotional pain triggers the exact brain regions that physical pain lights up.

How do emotions trigger physical sensations? A 2009 study conducted at the University of Arizona and the University of Maryland found that activity in a brain region that regulates emotional reactions (the anterior cingulate cortex) helps explain how an emotional insult can trigger a biological cascade.

During a stressful experience your brain’s anterior cingulate cortex increases the activity of your Vagus nerve. This huge nerve is the pathway connecting your brain stem to your neck, chest and abdomen.

When this nerve is over stimulated, it can cause pain, abdominal “butterflies,” and even nausea.

Heartache is not the only way emotional pain and physical pain intersect in our brain.

Other studies show that even feeling emotional pain on behalf of another person — that is, having empathy for that person — can also influence your pain perception. And this effect is NOT limited to humans. A recent paper published in Science Magazine revealed that when a mouse sees its cage mate in agony, that mouse’s sensitivity to physical pain increases. But when it comes into close contact with a friendly, unharmed mouse, its sensitivity to pain is reduced. 

A recent brain scan study of humans supported the finding in mice — showing that simple acts of social kindness, such as holding hands, can blunt the brain’s response to threats of physical pain, and thus actually lessen the pain.

The author of this post, Dr. Jill Ammon-Wexler, has developed a remarkable downloadable program that reaches right to the core to eliminates emotional pain=> You CAN overcome emotional pain!

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