Discover the emotional causes of kidney cancer in this eye-opening blog post. Find out why it is our brain that triggers kidney cancer and what you can do about it.
How The Kidneys Work
The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs. They are each about the size of a fist. You can find them below the rib cage, one on each side of your spine. Healthy kidneys filter about a half cup of blood every minute.
They remove wastes and extra water to make urine. The urine flows from the kidneys to the bladder through two thin tubes of muscle called ureters. You can find one on each side of your bladder. The kidneys, ureters, and bladder are part of your urinary tract.
After the body uses food for energy and self-repair, the waste goes to the blood. The most common waste products are urea and creatinine.
But there are also other substances that the kidneys remove. They also return vitamins, amino acids, glucose, hormones, and nutrients into the blood.
Your kidneys filter your blood with nephrons.
Your Body Filters The Blood With Nephrons
Each of your kidneys has about a million filtering units called nephrons. Blood flows into your kidney through the renal artery. This large blood vessel branches into smaller vessels. The blood then reaches the nephrons.
The nephrons work through a two-step process. Every nephron has a filter, called a glomerulus, and a tubule. Glomerulus filters your blood.
The thin walls of the glomerulus allow smaller molecules, wastes, and fluid. Most water passes into the tubule. Larger molecules, such as proteins and blood cells, stay in the blood vessel.
Useful substances of the body remain, and the rest exit through the urine. This process makes the body function efficiently. Without this balance, nerves, muscles, and other tissues in your body may not work.
How The Kidneys Work
Apart from those of the outer skin, all the cells in the body have a fluid called extracellular fluid. For the body's cells to work, you need to have the right balance of potassium, sodium, and acidity. The kidneys are fundamental to maintaining these correct balances.
The kidneys behave differently depending on how much fluid you drink. If a person does not drink enough, the kidneys excrete more concentrated urine. And if you drink too much water, the kidneys let go of the excess liquid.
Another function of the kidneys is to deal with hormones.
Our Kidneys Secrete Vital Hormones
The kidneys secrete many hormones essential for the normal functioning of the body. One such hormone is renin, which keeps blood pressure regular.
When blood pressure falls, renin from the kidneys constricts the small blood vessels. If the kidneys produce too much renin, the result is high blood pressure.
Erythropoietin is another hormone secreted by the kidneys. It helps the bone marrow increase the production of red blood cells. If the number of red blood cells falls, the result is anemia.
The kidneys are also essential when we want to use vitamin D. Vitamin D comes from the sun. The skin produces an inactive form of vitamin D3. Before the body can use it, the kidneys and liver need to activate it.
Functions Of The Kidneys
Vitamin D is essential for the absorption of calcium by the intestine. You need calcium to create strong bones and effective muscles. In patients with impaired kidney function, there is often low blood calcium and vitamin D. The result is weak muscles and bones.
A group of hormones on the kidney maintains the correct salt and water balance. Salt levels have to be within strict limits. If you eat a lot of salt, the blood increases, and you become thirsty. Through a series of messages, the kidney excretes the excess water.
When your kidneys become unbalanced, they cause certain diseases.
Symptoms Of Kidney Disease
When the kidneys are not working, harmful toxins and excess fluids build up in the body. Some symptoms of kidney imbalance include:
There are many causes of chronic kidney disease. Diabetes is an illness in which your body does not make enough insulin or does not use it. This disease results in a high blood sugar level, which can cause problems in many parts of your body.
High blood pressure is another common cause of kidney disease.It occurs when the blood force increases against your artery walls.
Kidney stones are common, and when they get stuck in the ureter, they may cause severe pain in your back and side.
Another severe disease of the kidneys is cancer.
What Is Kidney Cancer?
Kidney cancer is a type of tumor that starts in the kidney. Cancer begins when cells in the body start to grow out of control. Kidney cancer usually doesn't have any symptoms in its early stages. In time you may experience:
In 2021, an estimated 76 080 adults in the United States will get kidney cancer. Kidney cancer is the sixth most common cancer for men and ninth among women.
The average age at diagnosis is 64. Most people diagnosed are between 65 and 74 years old. Kidney cancer is not common in people younger than 45. It is more prevalent in Black people and American Indian people.
Certain kidney cancers are more common.
Most Common Kidney Cancers
Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the most common type of kidney cancer. It is also known as renal cell cancer or renal cell adenocarcinoma. About 9 out of 10 kidney cancers are renal cell carcinomas.
Papillary renal cell carcinoma is the second most common subtype. About 1 in 10 renal cell carcinoma are of this type. These cancers form tiny finger-like projections called papillae.
Chromophobe renal cell carcinoma is another subtype that accounts for about 5% of RCCs. Rare types of renal cell carcinoma each make up less than 1% of RCCs.
Other types of kidney cancers include:
Transitional cell carcinoma doesn't start in the kidney but the lining of the renal pelvis. This lining consists of transitional cells. Cancers that develop from these cells look like bladder cancer.
Wilms tumor (nephroblastoma) often occurs in children. It is the most common type of kidney cancer in children. About 9 of 10 kidney cancers in children are Wilms tumors. This type of cancer is rare among adults.
Renal sarcomas are a unique type of kidney cancer. It begins in the blood vessels or connective tissue of the kidney. They make up less than 1% of all kidney cancers.
Let's look at the cause of kidney cancer. In this blog post, I'm going to focus on the emotional aspect of kidney cancer.
Stress Is One Of The Major Causes Of Diseases
Stress has a significant impact on our health. When we're under pressure, the body releases stress hormones such as cortisol or adrenaline.
These hormones help the body deal with problematic situations such as getting chased by a bear. This stress response should only occur for a short time so we can deal with the dangerous circumstance.
The body, while intelligent, can't see the difference between an imagined situation or a real one. Worrying about getting chased by a bear will create the same response in the body as the real deal.
In my research of cancer patients, I found out that they have childhood trauma. Many suffer from anger issues due to the abandonment or rejection from their parents.
Cancer patients are often sensitive individuals that have a lot of suppressed emotions. The thing that triggers their cancer is a stressful situation.
Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer was a doctor that discovered the emotional cause of cancer.
How Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer Discovered The Emotional Cause Of Cancer
Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer worked at a cancer clinic in Munich, Germany. He discovered the emotional cause of cancer. Hamer made his breakthrough when his son died. An Italian prince killed his son. The death of Hamer's son came as a shock.
Not long after, Dr. Hamer developed testicular cancer. Throughout his life, Hamer had never had any severe disease. All of a sudden, he got diagnosed with cancer. Dr. Hamer wondered if the shock from his son's death caused his cancer.
He started to ask his cancer patients if they had experienced any trauma before their cancer. To his surprise, every patient had encountered something traumatic before their diagnosis.
Hamer also made brain scans of each patient. He talked to thousands of cancer patients and collected data. When Hamer had enough information, he started to analyze it. He then made a fantastic discovery.
Diseases Start In Our Brain
Dr. Hamer found out that every patient with the same cancer experienced similar trauma. On their brain scans, the same area in the brain lit up. Hamer found out that most diseases start in the brain.
By analyzing the brain scans, Hamer found a link between the brain and various organs and glands. Hamer learned that cancer is not a disease but rather a biological program. It is a process that the body runs to deal with a stressful situation.
This stressful situation often happens out of the blue. It surprises the cancer patient, which causes an emotional shock. Your emotional interpretation of the situation decides where cancer lodges.
Several patients can experience something stressful such as getting fired from their job. If one person fears that he will starve to death, he will get liver cancer.
If another person expects to get paid for a long time but suddenly doesn't, he can develop colon cancer. Colon cancer is a food morsel program. It is a biological program where the body creates cells in the colon to make stuck food pass through with ease.
When you're in a situation where you expected to get something but didn't, the same program starts. Instead of food, the morsel is the money or other external things you anticipated.
According to Hamer, diseases run in two phases. The first stage is the disease stage. It is usually when the cancer process starts. After the emotional trauma is over, the body goes through the healing phase. Cancer symptoms either appear in the disease stage or the healing phase.
Dr. Hamer surveyed several kidney cancer patients. Go to the next section to find out the emotional causes of kidney problems.
The Emotional Causes Of Kidney Cancer
What's The Purpose Of Kidney Collecting Tubules?
The kidney collecting tubules collect urine produced in the kidney parenchyma. Your urine then goes to the renal pelvis. From there, the urine passes into the ureters, bladder, and urethra for excretion.
Urine consists of about 95% water. The rest is electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, chloride, and calcium. Urine can also contain uric substances such as uric acid, urea, and creatinine.
The kidneys filter about 39.5 gallons (180 liters) of blood every day. However, the kidney tubule reabsorbs 99% of the filtrate and returns it to the bloodstream. The rest becomes urine, between 53-40 fl oz (1.5-2 liters).
The kidney collecting tubules are the oldest tissue of the kidneys. Their physiological function is to absorb or keep nutrients.
Let's find out their emotional causes.
Emotional Conflicts Causing Cancer In The Kidney Collecting Tubules
The biological conflict of kidney collecting tubules is an abandonment-, existence-, or refugee conflict. Tubules originate at a time when life existed only in the ocean. This distress concerns humans because water is vital for all living organisms.
Cancer in the kidney collecting tubules happens when we feel like "a fish out of water." It's when we're swept out of our familiar surroundings or lose our "pack."
Abandonment conflicts happen when you feel:
Children experience this conflict when they spend a lot of time in daycare. Or if they feel unloved and excluded from the group.
One common trigger is when their parents don't spend enough time with them. Or if they get a new sibling who gets more attention. Stressful events can also include when a grandparent dies or when a family member leaves.
It is the loss of safety and emotional support that makes them feel abandoned. The same can happen to the elderly who are in nursing facilities, away from home and family.
Newborns are also vulnerable. If someone removes them at birth from their mothers, it can cause severe stress. Pets also suffer if someone leaves them behind.
But what's an existence- or refugee conflict?
Fear For Your Existence Or Being A Refugee Can Trigger Kidney Cancer In The Collecting Tubules
An existence conflict is a fear for one's life. A cancer diagnosis or unfavorable prognosis often triggers this fear. It is similar to a death-fright conflict that causes lung cancer. But it's more a feeling that my life is at stake than fear of death.
You might experience the existence conflict if you:
I knew a cancer patient that had kidney failure before he died. I'm sure it was because of the fear he had from the treatments.
An existence conflict also relates to one's livelihood. The feeling behind it is, "I have lost everything." It can be the loss of a workplace, money, home, or a person who provided security.
A refugee conflict is the feeling of getting "thrown into the desert." You feel like you're an exile. Triggers may include an unexpected transfer or move. Or a change of neighborhood, school, or if you had to flee from your home or homeland.
Traveling away from a familiar home or a loved one can provoke this conflict. Air travelers often suffer from refugee conflicts.
So what's the reason why the body creates this cancer?
The Biological Purpose Of Cancer In The Kidney Collecting Tubules
The biological purpose of the cell increase in the kidney collecting tubules is to withhold water to survive better. This water retention program is vital. Without water, all metabolic processes stop functioning. Whether the conflicts affect the right or left kidney is random.
The intensity of the conflict decides the degree of water retention. Typical signs of water retention are:
A person with persistent abandonment and existence conflicts can gain a lot of weight, 220 lbs(100 kg), or more. Weight gain happens despite regular exercise, a normal diet, or even fasting.
Your body stores the retained water in the fat tissue. In this case, obesity is not caused by excess body fat but by excess accumulation of water.
Different things happen in the disease and healing phase of this kidney cancer.
What Happens In The Body During The Conflict- And Healing Phase
In the conflict-active phase, the body withholds water, uric acid, urea, and creatinine. The water retention increases depending on how traumatic the conflict is and the number of kidney tubules affected.
During the conflict-active phase, Dr. Hamer recommended drinking less liquid. Urea and creatinine are waste products of the body's protein metabolism. You excrete them with urine. But when there is a current conflict, the body recycles them.
This biological program converts toxins such as urea and creatinine into food. The goal is to help you overcome a crisis by saving water and nutrients if they are not available. Therefore there is less output, which turns the urine dark yellow. The stool also becomes dry and hard.
If the conflict shock continues, a cauliflower-shaped growth develops in the kidney collecting tubules. Modern medicine diagnoses it as kidney cancer or renal cell carcinoma. If cell division rates exceed a specific limit, the cancer is said to be "malignant."
After the conflict resolution, fungi or mycobacteria remove the cells no longer needed. With the resolution of the conflict, the body releases the retained water. The discharge might contain blood and cause pain due to the swelling and night sweats. One healing symptom is cloudy urine.
Hamer told his patients to drink enough fluid during the healing phase. Extra water supports the elimination of the remnants of the cell breakdown.
Constant conflict relapses build salt and mineral residues in the kidney collecting tubules. These residues then form kidney stones.
Let's look at the purpose and cause of cancer in the kidney parenchyma.
The Purpose And Emotional Cause Of Kidney Parenchyma Cancer
The kidney parenchyma forms the bulk of the kidney. Its primary function is to filter blood and produce urine. This part of the kidney consists of millions of nephrons. Each nephron consists of a glomerulus.
Blood passes through the glomeruli and filters water and metabolic wastes. The kidney collecting tubules reabsorb most of the nutrients in the blood. What's left is about 53-40 fl oz (1.5-2 liters) of urine for elimination.
The biological conflict of the kidney parenchyma is a water or fluid struggle. A water conflict is an accident concerning water. Some examples of water conflicts include:
Fluid conflicts refer to distress involving liquids.
Some examples are:
In the conflict-active phase, there is cell loss (necrosis) in one or several places of the kidneys. During conflict activity, the blood pressure goes up, causing hypertension.
The purpose of elevated blood pressure is to fix the loss of glomerular tissue. It helps the kidney to perform its function despite the reduced urine-producing cells.
The uric acid, urea, and creatinine values increase during the conflict-active phase. If you remove the kidney, the blood pressure goes back to normal. But if there is a new water conflict, the blood pressure will rise again.
After the disease stage, your body goes through the healing phase.
Healing Symptoms Of Kidney Parenchyma Cancer
In the healing phase, new cells grow to fix the tissue loss assisted by bacteria. There may also be blood in the urine and pain due to the swelling of the kidney.
During the healing phase, the blood pressure and uric levels go back to normal. If healing involves the glomeruli, then the condition is called glomerulonephritis. Scar tissue may form in the filtering unit of the kidney if healing phases repeat.
There is also the formation of a kidney cyst in the kidney parenchyma. A cyst is a small sac that can grow on the skin, organs, and other body tissues. Cysts are usually filled with fluid to protect the area.
Kidney cells multiply inside the cyst. During this phase, the cyst attaches itself to neighboring tissue for blood supply. This process takes nine months to complete.
Conventional medicine calls it invasive kidney cancer. But according to Dr. Hamer, the new cells cannot be cancer cells. The whole procedure is a replenishing process to replace lost cells.
After a while, the cyst will lose most of its fluid. At this point, doctors often diagnose it as a Wilms tumor or nephroblastoma. If you have no repeat conflict, the cyst becomes hard. It releases itself from neighboring tissue and becomes part of the kidney.
According to Dr. Hamer, removing a kidney cyst should only happen in a fully matured cyst. Surgery earlier than that can cause unnecessary complications.
Now you should know the cause and purpose of cancer in the kidney parenchyma. Let's look at the cause of renal pelvis and ureter cancer.
The Purpose And Emotional Cause Of Renal Pelvis And Ureter Cancer
The renal pelvis and ureter are part of the upper urinary tract. Your renal pelvis receives urine from the kidney collecting tubules. From there, urine flows into the ureters and further to the bladder and urethra.
The biological cause of renal pelvis and ureter conflicts is a male territorial marking conflict. Or a female marking conflict. The renal pelvis and ureters and the bladder and urethra share the same control centers. Whether the conflict affects the renal pelvis, ureter, bladder or urethra is random.
A territorial marking conflict is an intrusion into one's place, such as a home or property. This territory can also include your neighborhood, village, city, or country.
Work-related conflicts can also trigger this marking conflict. It can be a fight over a position or when a competitor moves into the same terrain. Relationship-related marking conflicts concern members of the domain such as:
Feeling controlled by a spouse, partner, or parent can evoke a marking conflict. You can also experience this conflict if someone crosses the line or puts their nose in your business. Or disrespect your belongings.
A man can also suffer from this conflict when another man shows interest in his partner. One example is when his wife or girlfriend sleeps with someone else. Unwanted sex or sexual abuse can also be an invasion of one's intimate space.
An assault against one's beliefs, racist remarks, or harassment can also prompt it. Children experience this conflict at school, kindergarten, daycare, or on the playground.
Or when a new sibling is born, and they share the room with a family member. Fighting over a toy can also trigger it. Animals experience a marking conflict when someone occupies their territory.
Cancer in the renal pelvis and ureter has specific conflict and healing phases.
Disease And Healing Phase Of Renal Pelvis And Ureter Cancer
In the conflict-active phase, there is a loss of cells. The biological purpose of the cell loss is to enlarge the renal pelvis's volume and widen the ureter. This process improves the urine flow to better mark the territory.
During the first part of the healing phase, new cells grow back. There is swelling due to the fluid-filled edema. Healing symptoms are burning pain during urination or blood in the urine.
Depending on the intensity of the conflict, the symptoms range from mild to severe. Significant swelling can obstruct the affected ureter. Inflammation in the renal pelvis is called pyelitis.
A prolonged healing phase leads to the formation of kidney stones. This process causes extreme pain.
The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs that remove wastes and extra water to make urine.
Each of your kidneys has about a million filtering units called nephrons.
The kidneys secrete many hormones essential for the normal functioning of the body.
When the kidneys are not working, harmful toxins and excess fluids build up in the body.
Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the most common type of kidney cancer.
Stress has a significant impact on our health.
Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer found out the emotional cause of cancer.
Cancer patients experience an emotional shock before their diagnosis.
The kidneys filter about 39.5 gallons(180 liters) of blood every day.
The biological conflict of kidney collecting tubules is an abandonment, existence, or refugee conflict.
A conflict in the kidney collecting tubules can cause swelling in the hands, feet, and ankles.
Your kidneys convert toxins such as urea and creatinine into food during a crisis.
The kidney parenchyma forms the bulk of the kidney and filters blood, and produces urine.
The biological conflict of the kidney parenchyma is a water or fluid struggle.
In the kidney healing phase, new cells grow to fix the tissue loss assisted by bacteria.
The biological cause of renal pelvis and ureters conflicts is a male territorial marking conflict. Or a female marking conflict.
How To Fix Causes Of Kidney Cancer
1. Heal your childhood trauma
2. Find out the emotional cause of your kidney cancer
3. Let go of your emotional shock
4. Use other natural remedies
Today you learned about the emotional causes of kidney cancer. One of the first steps in reversing kidney cancer is to let go of your childhood trauma. Your unresolved issues with your parents can cause stress in your body. This pent-up negative energy can later make you worse at dealing with difficult situations.
Therefore you should forgive your parents and heal your relationship with them. Then you should figure out the emotional shock that triggered your cancer.
What stressful thing happened 6-24 months before your diagnosis? After figuring out what caused your cancer, use an emotional healing technique to let go of it.
You should also use other natural remedies to fix your condition. Change your diet, get enough sunshine, detox, and try other treatments.
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