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 three key areas.

1. Fear used in manufacture belief.

2. Anger is used to cause a person to fight more aggressively but unfortunately as they perceive a theatre of war in the body, rather than in the interpersonal –mental environment, their fight only leads to more aggressive cancers.

3. To facilitate activity is some part of the body in order to trick the body into believing there is a problem of some sort, which of course is only a part of the deception.

The hateful images used are not easily discernible. They are subconsciously perceived. When we perceive some image or event that relates to the body, be it our own or someone else’s it will trigger mirror neuron activity.

What I saw happen was that mental images cause reactivity in some part of the body that is depicted by the mental image. However the body is smart. It says “yeah there is activity but it is due to this image”. That is because there are sensory neurons that take information up to the brain.

So if you see someone having their shoulder stroked you will have mirror neuron activity and some sense of the action on your own shoulder but you won’t consciously feel any sensation in your shoulder because of the sensory neuron information. If however your shoulder was numb then your body would be fooled and you would feel the sensation of having your shoulder stroked when you see it in the other person.

You can see this explained here simply here:…on?language=en

About mirror neurons, short and sweet, just 8 mins, by a famous neuroscientist, who works at the University of California. This is a ted talk. And in it he talks about how one can feel another experience if the body is numbed and thus confused. He talks simply and easy to understand even if you never studied science.

In cancer the situation is similar but not due to numbing. What happens is that some issue is created so that there is some particular type of emotional reactivity in the body. Then when the image is presented and subconsciously perceived and the mirror neurons are activated, the body says.. mirror neuron so.. ah, but there is activity in that part of the body so it is real! The body is confused because it is getting the sensations that it would get if there really was the activity happening as in the hateful image.

emotion used cunningly
So I found that esophageal cancer was associated with worry. When we worry, the parasympathetic nervous system is activated. The reason is because to do serious thinking the brain does not want to be competing with the musculature for fuel. However the parasympathetic nervous system also stimulates digestion, so the mouth, oesophagus and down to the stomach are all activated. Not as much as when you eat something but enough to fool the body into believing the hateful mental images and thus react when there is no need to react.

emotion used cunningly in grief
In bowel cancer grief is the associated emotion and in lung cancer sadness. In this case it has to do with metabolic housekeeping. In both of these situation water metabolism is involved Both the lungs and the bowel are involved in the preservation of water so that no unnecessary excess water is lost. The kidney is also an excretory organ but it is more affected by fear.

About kyrani99

I am a human rights activist and I live each day with the warrior spirit. I enjoy painting and writing and exercising together with my two wonderful dogs. I am a theist but of no particular religion.You are welcomed to my blog at
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