Prolonged emotional stress raises your risk of getting cancer. Learn why stress causes cancer and what you can do about it.
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What you learn in this video:
Fear and stress have their purpose of protecting us from danger.
It’s a natural response that makes us able to run from a predator like a bear.
The body, while intelligent, can’t separate a real situation from an imagined one.
Similar reactions will happen in the body if you get chased by a bear or thinking about it.
Negative thoughts put your body under constant stress.
Our bodies can handle stress for a short amount of time.
But too much tension will bring your body down and manifest diseases.
Eastern medicine has for thousand of years known the link between emotions and organs.
Traditional Chinese Medicine discovered that each emotion affects different organs.
When the organs are out of balance, they will cause specifics symptoms.
Meridians are a fundamental part of Chinese medicine.
A meridian is an ‘energy highway’ in the human body.
Qi energy flows through this meridian or energy highway, accessing all parts of the body.
Qi roughly translates to “vital energy.”
Traditional Chinese Medicine believes that Qi is essential for optimal health.
This constant flow of energy keeps the yin and yang forces balanced.
If the flow of energy gets blocked the disruption can lead to pain, lack of function, or illness.
Cancer patients often experienced isolation in childhood.
Many of them had a difficult relationship with their parents.
They often felt rejection, abandonment, betrayal, shame, and injustice.
Some people experienced a combination of those wounds.
Cancer manifests after they create these emotional blockages.
Many cancer patients harbor long-suppressed toxic emotions, such as anger, resentment or hostility.
Because of the emotional blocks they react adversely to stress and are bad at coping with it.
Steve Jobs died of pancreatic cancer in 2011.
Steve was an emotional child and adult.
In his autobiography, you can read about his angry outbursts at his employees.
He often yelled at his employees, was a perfectionist and demanded a lot from them.
Steve Jobs knew from an early age that he was adopted and felt the pain from his parents´rejection.
His desire for complete control of whatever he made derived from the abandonment he felt at birth.
He wanted to control his environment and saw the product as an extension of himself.
Dr. Hamer is the founder of German New Medicine.
He discovered a connection between cancer and unresolved emotional conflicts.
He was able to interview and do Ct-scans of thousands of cancer patients.
His research led him to discover how emotional trauma affects the brain.
He called these psycho-emotional traumas "Hamer Herds.”
Every cancer starts with a painful, acute, dramatic and isolating shock.
The distress happens on the psyche, the brain, and the organ at the same time.
According to Dr. Hamer, once a perceived conflict or shock occur, it impacts the body in a particular way.
The brain cells affected by the shock relays the shock to the particular organ which it controls.
These conflicts happen about two years before the onset of detectable cancer.
The traumatic event that triggers cancer growth is often beyond the patient’s control.
Such as the loss of a loved one, business, job, home, or some other major disaster.
People with cancer over-react to most difficulties in life and feel stressed out.
The hypersensitivity to life's events makes one receptive to cancer.
Divorce, the death of a husband, a close relative or a friend increased the risk of breast cancer in women.
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