Simon: Our emotional trauma might cause cancer. But if you release your emotional baggage, you might reverse cancer. In this episode, you will learn why stress can cause diseases. And then, you will discover the childhood trauma that many cancer patients share. And finally, I will explain how stress can trigger certain cancers and what to do about them.
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Simon: Many alternative cancer sites don't talk that much about the emotional cause of cancer. They're usually focused on how to reverse it by changing your diet.
And yes, your diet is really important if you want to reverse cancer. But one thing many don't talk about is how fear and stress can make us sick. There's a reason why we have fear and stress, and that is to protect us from danger.
So let's imagine that some bear chases you. At this moment, your body activates the fight and flight response. This response makes you more capable of escaping from the bear.
So your heart beats faster, your pupils dilate, your digestion slows down, your blood vessels contract, your muscles become tenser, your breathing becomes faster, and your blood pressure can increase.
All these processes happen so that you can escape from the danger and get to safety. And then, finally, when you're safe, the body will return to homeostasis. Your heart is pumping at a lower rate, your stress hormones lessen, and the body begins to relax.
The problem with the body is that it can't separate a real situation from an imagined one. So if you imagine that you're chased by a bear, the body will go through the same stress response as the real deal.
Your body can only handle stress for a short time. If you experience too much stress, your body will eventually break down and become sick.
There's a difference between physical and psychological stress. Physical stress is when you're in real danger, such as a predator that's after you. And psychological stress comes from our thinking.
Scientific studies have shown that the placebo effect is real and that when people believe that they get the real drug, their health can improve. So therefore, every time you make a study, you usually test for the placebo effect.
Cancer, like many diseases, has an emotional component. To really understand why stress can make us sick, you need to learn about the reality of the universe.
Let's look at your hand. It might seem solid. But if you zoom in, you can see molecules, and if you zoom in, even more, you will detect atoms. And if you look at the atom, you will detect protons, neutrons, and electrons.
And if you zoom in, even more, you will find out that everything in the universe, even the smallest component, consists of energy vibrating at a specific frequency. Everything in the universe is energy, even our thoughts.
The universe works like a computer screen. A computer screen has thousands or millions of pixels. Pixels are the tiniest component of a computer screen. It's like an atom. Each pixel has a red, blue, and green filter, which you can use to create millions of colors.
When you turn on the screen, the pixels start from the top left side and fill row by row until it reaches the middle of the screen. And then, the top part turns off, and the same process happens between the middle of the screen and down to the bottom. The bottom part turns off, and the whole process restarts.
Because everything happens so fast, it seems that we're seeing movement and pictures. But the only thing that happens is pixels turning on and off. The universe works the same way. So everything in the universe is energy vibrating all the time.
Our brain then decodes this vibrational energy, and that's how we experience this physical environment. This physical reality has no solidity. So that means that our thoughts and emotions have as much solidity as the real deal.
Chinese healers found out that we have energy going through our body called Chi, and they knew that if this energy got stuck, you became sick. And then, they used acupuncture needles to stimulate this energy flow, and the conditions disappeared. Our thoughts and emotion have a frequency.
Love has the highest vibration that we can experience. It's also in this high vibrational state that we feel healthy and have a lot of energy. And at the bottom of the scale, we have shame, depression, and anxiety. These emotions make us sick, and our energy level plummets.
And that's the reason why many people commit suicide when they're depressed because their life feels hopeless and negative.
The reason why our thoughts and emotions can create diseases is because there's no real solidity in the universe. So that means that thoughts and emotions also are vibrational energy. And because the body is only vibration or energy, our thoughts can therefore affect our body and create diseases.
One time I went to the bookstore to browse around. I was interested in the psychology and spirituality section. And then, I found a book that changed my perspective on diseases. I found a book by Lise Bourbeau, and the title of the book is Your Body Is Telling You To Love Yourself.
So this book contains the emotional cause of 500 different diseases. I became interested when I found this book, and then I looked at different diseases that I had experienced during my life.
And I've found her explanations very accurate. And eventually, I started to read about cancer. According to Lise Bourbeau, cancer patients often felt rejection or abandonment from one or both of their parents.
And therefore, many cancer patients experience anger and resentment towards their parents or other guardians that didn't treat them that well. So, therefore, this pent-up energy gets stored in their body. And that can be the reason why they become more sensitive to stress later in life.
I found Lise's explanation about cancer very interesting. I started to think about people in my life that had cancer. One person that came to mind was my granddad.
I remembered that he was quite angry and bitter, and my dad told me that he often complained about the government or other things in life.
And then, I asked my dad if he had experienced any trauma when he was a kid. And then my dad told me that my granddad was born out of wedlock in the beginning of the 20th century.
So his parents had a one-night stand, and then the woman got accidentally pregnant. My grandad's father didn't want anything to do with his child. So the woman had to take care of my granddad. But somehow, she wasn't able to take care of him.
Maybe it was due to financial reasons, or she might not been emotionally ready to be a mother. Or she felt the persecution from society. So during that time, it was a great sin in Sweden to be born out of wedlock.
But nowadays, people don't care because Sweden is not that religious anymore. I asked my dad which person my granddad had more resentment towards. And to my surprise, my granddad had more bitterness towards his mother.
Then my dad told a story about when his grandma came to visit his dad. So when my grandad saw his mother, he immediately slapped her in the face. And you could see in his eyes that he had a lot of resentment. This incident was very traumatic for my dad and his siblings. So they started to run away.
I also remember one guy that was very angry all the time and scolded his children and wife. And then I discovered that his dad was a player and slept around with many women. And that was the cause of this guy's anger issues.
I also knew a woman the same age as me that died of cancer in the back. She came from a very big family with five siblings. Her parents were missionaries and focused their energy on the church and didn't have that much time for this woman and her siblings. And then, I found out that this woman felt resentment toward God and society.
I also knew another woman that got lung cancer. So I heard from my mother that she got really depressed when her husband or boyfriend left her. This woman had very kind energy, and I really liked her.
And then suddenly she got lung cancer. And what's interesting is that my mother told me that, when she went to the hospital to visit her, this woman was really bitter and angry.
We also had a neighbor next door. This woman was in her eighties when I first met her. And I heard that her husband died a long time ago and that she didn't have any kids because there was some problem with her sexual organs.
This woman always cracked jokes and was a great storyteller. You couldn't see that she had any anger or bitterness. But when she was in her nineties, she got cancer in her sexual organs.
And when my mother tried to take care of her, she was very bitter and angry, and a completely different person.
I found it really interesting that cancer patients suffered from similar emotional problems. But one thing I didn't understand was why some people got various types of cancer. Why would one person get breast cancer and another person lung cancer?
So for years, I couldn't figure it out. But eventually, I found the answer. Everything changed when I discovered the works of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer. He was a doctor that created German New Medicine. It's a new paradigm of energy healing.
Dr. Hamer worked at a cancer clinic in Munich, Germany. One day he found out that his son Dirk got killed by an Italian prince. And not long after that, he got testicular cancer. Hamer had never had any serious illnesses in his life.
So he thought it was quite strange that he got cancer. He started to wonder if his cancer had anything to do with the trauma from his son's death.
Hamer worked in a cancer clinic, so he had access to cancer patients. So he started to interview them and made CT scans of their brains. He asked them if they had experienced anything traumatic before their cancer diagnosis. Everyone told him that they had.
Hamer interviewed thousands of patients and had a lot of data. He found out that every cancer patient with a similar diagnosis experienced the same emotional trauma.
The most interesting thing was that on the brain scans, Hamer found concentric rings, and every patient with the same type of cancer had the same area activated in the brain.
Hamer found out that every cancer is part of a biological program that starts after a conflict. This conflict shock is when you experience something extremely traumatic out of the blue. Stressful challenges can be things like death, breakups, unemployment, or monetary issues.
When you experience this emotional shock, it impacts a specific predetermined area in the brain connected to a specific organ. And your body then creates cancer to deal with the event.
Every disease runs in two phases, the conflict-active phase, when you first experience the conflict, and the healing stage when you heal from the emotional trauma. The symptoms that you experience can either start in the conflict-active phase or the healing stage.
The problem is that many people repeat the same emotional cycle when they think about the event that happened a while ago. And therefore, they repeat the disease active phase and the healing stage. If they want to break this cycle, they need to finally let go of the event.
The same stressful event doesn't create the same type of cancer. Our past experience, social conditioning, values, and beliefs can affect the interpretation of the situation.
So that means that people can have the same experience but interpret everything from a different perspective. And that affects what kind of cancer you get. Hamer listed the emotional cause of various cancers.
So he found out that colon cancer is due to an indigestible morsel conflict. A morsel conflict is some food that gets stuck in the colon. The body then increases the production of digestive juices to expand the colon and make sure that this piece passes through.
The colon has four control centers in the brainstem, and when we experience something traumatic, one of these four control centers activates.
An indigestible morsel conflict doesn't only need to be about food. It can also be about other monetary things or physical things like a house, car, and more.
On an emotional level, you have accepted this thing, and it's like when you eat a piece of food, and it gets stuck in your throat.
I read a story about a man that was about to retire. So his employer told him that he would get a pension. But then there was some kind of financial crash, and all this man's pension disappeared.
So he retired without getting any money. He had accepted that he would get a pension, and when it changed at the last minute, he became very bitter and shocked by this incident, and therefore his body created colon cancer.
Many women suffer from breast cancer in the milk ducts. So, according to Dr. Hamer, breast cancer in the milk ducts is a separation conflict. It's when you get separated from your child, mother, or partner. So a partner can be your friend, dad, siblings, or other people.
The part of the brain that controls the breast milk ducts is the cerebral cortex. And the reason why the body creates cancer cells is to allow a female to provide milk for a sick baby or partner that got separated from her.
I knew a relative that had breast cancer, and the doctors removed her breast. This woman wasn't religious, but she decided to pray to God and told God to heal her so that her children didn't grow up without a mother.
Her cancer disappeared, but later in life, her breast cancer returned. But this time, she didn't survive. And years after her death, I found out that she struggled with her husband. Their relationship was in a turmoil a long time ago.
And it was because of this trauma that she got breast cancer, even if they were married the whole time, and the husband didn't leave her. But on an emotional level, they were separated.
The actual situation is not what decides what type of cancer you have, but your emotional interpretation. So let's say that we have four women that are quadruplets. They have the same parents and the same upbringing. Let's say everyone had problems with their dad that wasn't present in their life.
Now imagine that everyone got unlucky and found their husbands in bed with another woman. The first woman sees it as a sexual conflict and therefore gets uterus cancer because the body has a program that it uses to deal with sexual conflicts. Another woman has a separation conflict and believes that this incident means that they will get separated.
According to Dr. Hamer, the left breast represents the connection with the mother or child. And the right breast represents a partner, sibling, or friend, or other people if you're right-handed.
And if you're left-handed, it's the opposite. In this case, the woman was right-handed, and the conflict was about her husband. So therefore, the cancer will grow in her right breast.
The third woman becomes afraid of starving to death if she gets divorced from her husband, and therefore she will get liver cancer because the body has a biological program to deal with starvation.
And finally, the last woman does some emotional healing and therefore doesn't get any cancer. So in this situation, every woman got different kinds of cancer, and one didn't get anything at all.
If you have cancer or want to prevent it, then you should heal your relationship with your parents. You can download The Cancer Emotion Healing Protocol for free to learn how to forgive your parents and let go of your childhood trauma.
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We have different guides about breast cancer, liver cancer, colon cancer, and much more. So if you go to our Free Resource Library, you can search for your type of cancer and then download that guide for free as well.
I will put a link to The Cancer Emotion Healing Protocol in the show notes. Download this document and try to do the exercises. Thanks for listening to this episode, and I'll see you in the next.