Posted by: greatvictories | January 27, 2013

Emotions and Cancer

Cancer-toxic emotions

Cancer is so rampant these days. I’m sure we all know someone affected by it in one way or another. I know I do. I have a sister who is a breast cancer survivor. I have had family members and friends who didn’t win their battle with it. I want to share some things with you that I have been learning about cancer and how to fight it.

Cancer should always be treated first by discovering the underlying emotions that contributed to the onset of the disease. In many cases, negative emotions and trauma not only trigger the beginning of cancer but can further its metastasis. Any kind of negative emotions ~ anger, fear, rage, helplessness, abandonment, can cause the cancer to spread faster, according to Karol K. Truman, in her book “Feelings Buried Alive Never Die.”

When essential oils are used as the basis of an emotional care program, they can have powerfully positive effects in improving the attitude and emotional well-being and potential outcome of the disease.

Essential oil blends such as White Angelica, Release, Grounding, Inner Child, Trauma Life, Forgiveness, Joy, Common Sense, Hope, Believe, Peace and Calming, Valor, and SARA can form the center of any emotional care regimen.

Cancer cells cannot live or grow in the presence of pure essential oils. They will only grow in an oxygen starved environment.

Jesus’ disciples were instructed by Jesus to anoint with oils in healing (Mark 6:7-13; James 5:14-16). If it is Jesus’ instructions to apply oils as part of the healing process, then it follows that we should make it an effort to study the oils and learn how to use them effectively.

Did Jesus’ call for His followers to engage in a healing mission end 2000 years ago or does it extend to us today?

Aromas can have a direct effect on ones spiritual, emotional and physical health.

Cleansing and Removing Toxins

Industrial pollutants such as benzene and lead, along with lifestyle toxins such as cigarette smoke, chemicals, heterocyclic amines from overcooked meat, and many other things contribute to a large majority of cancers. Even daily radiation from computers, cell phones, and other electrical appliances may contribute to a toxic overload within the body.

Today’s fast food industry is a huge culprit in selling lots of nutritionally deficient food that we eat. Fast food may be fast and convenient, but is it really worth the threat to our health?

Cosmetics, hair sprays, dyes, paints, soaps, as well as household cleaners add to an endless list of pollutants in our environment and toxicity.

To help lower the risk of cancer, it is important to reduce exposure to these chemicals, change our diet, and the products that we use in our environment. Chemicals should be avoided at all cost, they can damage DNA, decrease immunity, promote oncogenes (genes that can turn normal cells into cancer cells), and accelerate cancer development.

I’m a Young Living distributor and I can honestly say, I have learned SO MUCH since we’ve been using, studying and researching the company, the oils, products and their MANY benefits to our health!

What I shared with you was taken from the “Essential Oils Pocket Reference Fifth Edition” and “People’s Desk Reference for Essential Oils.”

I would recommend that if you or someone dear to you is diagnosed with cancer…DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH!! There are MANY natural alternatives offered out there with NO side effects and MANY benefits. RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH! Research the tests, treatments, and don’t be afraid to speak up to the doctors for what you need and ask a lot of questions!

The material provided here is for educational purposes only and is not intended as diagnosis, treatment, or prescription for any disease. Anyone suffering from any disease, illness or injury should consult with a physician.

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