Get Organized to Participate in Your “Inter-Active Miracle”
Apparently for a lot of people, including nominal “Christians”, knowing the location of a tumor is enough information on which to base life or death choices even without getting additional information or opinions–especially God’s opinion. Driven by fear and panic they just want that thing out of there asap. “Somebody bring the pink “Foo Fue dust and hurry!” I knew this undermining fear and panic all too well from the moment I first heard the “C Word” pertaining to my own body, Somehow, through the initial fear, God heard my honest, simple “foxhole prayer” spoken before I made treatment decisions and my miracle began at that very point. I had a deep hole to climb out of and had no intention of hanging around the edge once I reached daylight. I was NOT about to settle for “remission” or some kind of treatment that I’d watched suck the “life force” out of so many others. I had long thought of most cancer treatments as sort of like whacking your foot with a sledge hammer to get rid of an ingrown toenail. These treatments just did not make sense to me and even fear and panic didn’t change that fact.
I have never understood “remission” as a goal because the very word imparts “fear of relapse” which, to me, seems like settling for “temporary health” which I see as setting the “hope bar” purposely low? Throughout my battle, I was very careful to never speak or allow others to speak the word, “remission”. As something of a “medical insider”, I was fortunate to know that a lot of literature points to “remission” as verbiage for “adjusting” the “success” statistics of certain “orthodox cancer treatments”. This point is covered in other books listed in Appendix Two at the end of the book, Slam the Door on Cancer and Lock It Out of Your Life. On my original blog, www.realhealthhope.com , the May 31, 2012 post entitled “New Take on Unproven Cancer Treatments” referenced comments made by Dr. Otis Webb Brawley, Chief Medical Officer of the American Cancer Society. These comments may surprise you. Brawley’s entire speech is available at http://youtu.be/3ho_LMBiHVg .9
It turns out from my personal research that “specialized” medical folks (“kinds of doctors”) commonly have vague and varied theories about the origin of many different “kinds” of cancer. The genetic theory apparently has hardly panned out as anticipated. There are a few publicized and sometimes unclear links to specific environmental toxins–among them tobacco and asbestos; however, beyond these, it seems enough to just declare: “You have pancreatic cancer.” “You have colon cancer.” “You have breast cancer.” I believe it more accurate to say “Cancer is manifesting in your body as a tumor in your ___________.” I always wondered how such an insidious disease could be isolated in one part of an otherwise healthy body. If location defines cancer, why is metastasis such a threat? These questions aren’t frivolous.
In my survival research, I found a great deal of evidence that cancer is a whole body disease. One of the more eloquent writers about this point is long time anti-cancer researcher and activist, Ruth Sackman author of the book, Re-Thinking Cancer. Sackman, makes the case throughout her book that cancer is more of a symptom of the body being in an unhealthy state than a it is a disease. She cites a great many well credentialed scientists, studies, and cases to support her premise. In the “Forward” of her book, Dr. Philip Incao, M.D. says, “cancer does not appear in a vacuum but is a product of the entire physiological and psychological history of its host”. ( p xii) Consider this: if you have a “head cold” or “chest cold”, your whole body (and mind) is in an “unhealthy state”. Cancer is no different in that respect. I urge you to consider that where a tumor is located does not actually explain what cancer is. Dr. Johanna Budwig in her book, Cancer–the Problem and the Solution, says, “Cancer is a disease of the entire body. In therapy the entire life process must be given the possibility to heal and to overcome the cancer disease.” (p51) In the book, Slam the Door on Cancer and Lock It Out of Your Life, we take a closer look at cancer as an indication of the entire body being in an “unhealthy state” in Chapter Three.