Monthly Archives: January 2016

Judging others based on half the population’s statistics

Someone found it hard to believe that I had 8 episodes of cancer, when “many people live a lifetime without cancer”. It is trying to judge how many times a person has suffered by, at present figure, the 50% of … Continue reading

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Roles played by emotions and mirror neuron activity in the brain.

I found that emotions play a number of very different roles in cancer and they are almost always used in combination with general suggestions and subliminal mental images. Emotions play key roles in cancer and to my knowledge there are … Continue reading

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Cancer may be domestic or workplace or social violence

It seems that where there is physical violence involving one family member against another family member, no one bats an eyelid, It is acceptable. Everyone appreciates that: There are men who have raped their 2 year old daughters, that doesn’t … Continue reading

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The mental working of a person’s thinking does NOT cure them.

In the discussion that will follow I am going to explain the nature of the experience needed to move a person’s body to spontaneous cancer remission… IF they are HUMANE because as I mentioned earlier it requires autonomy and the … Continue reading

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Brief personal history with cancer: 8 episodes 8 spontaneous remissions

In the first instance(1992-4) I had a bad feeling about some people around me and when I left the area to go to Sydney for a second opinion. I acted on an intuition to cut my ties with everyone, mainly … Continue reading

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Cancer is the same deal but different perception.

In summary cancer is along the same lines, but in this case it is not damage that is perceived but the possibility that an area might get damaged or in some way harmed. This also happened to me and I … Continue reading

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I found -perception and rejection of idea to retain health

I had the advantage of having been told by my late, toxic husband about the cheat. It was an aha experience. So I was then able to simply dismiss the suggestion, where previously I had treated the idea seriously.   … Continue reading

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Inflammation is also a reaction.

First what I found about inflammation. This happened to me!           And there is solid scientific evidence. There is ample evidence for this seen in the control arms of drug trials. Those getting the dummy drug … Continue reading

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Perception and reaction.. simple

What I am saying is that it is all about perception and reaction. Let’s first look at a common example.         Now we have two comparable conditions, both associated with cancer. 1. inflammation 2. tumor

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Is it Darwin or intelligent design?

Cancer cells are said to have evolved, by microevolution –Darwinian style of course- from all these “random mutations” in the genome, which they are calling damage or errors in copying, something which is supported by Darwinian evolutionary theory, if the … Continue reading

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