Children 0f The Bubble!!
If there are infinite versions of myself out there, and we/I live every possible outcome in different universes, then at least one version of me would have learned to travel through dimensions and/or long distances and would have contacted me by now. In fact, according to this theory, there would be an infinite number of myselfs visiting myself. Also Unless of course, interstellar/ interdimensional travel are physically impossible, but aren’t the laws of physics supposedly different in different universes? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCQRACgxYro
Every critically ill person has a recipe for cure – it is up to them to be in partnership with their healer/care provider to figure out what their unique recipe is. Our entire healthcare system needs to be repositioned to help people in this way with a full arsenal of modalities, all available to help people towards optimum wellness and self care.
People should not need healing or care forever – Medical Doctors should also be thrilled but help patients heal and care for themselves and not come back to the Dr.’s office – Also Dr.’s must stop being greedy and recognize they will always have patients – it is OK to help patients graduate to wellness and be out living and thriving, without them.
There are other ways….I see so many people sick, unwell, dying, and or passed due to relying on conventional medicine only. With So many things out there to help people. Mind-Body medicine, diet-nutrition, juicing, cannabis, gerson, herbs, supplements, bone broth, alkalinity, just to name a few. There is very little recovery/detox/healing support for people after ….. survivors are pretty much on there own. Faith in yourself and your physical, spiritual and mental abilities is the key to succeed and overcome. https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Skeptical scientists and physicians use the word “psychosomatic” to explain away reports of supernatural healings, implying the particular ailment healed was due more to auto-suggestion than to any physical “miracle.” They point out that healings occur in certain groupings of diseases: neurasthenia, bursitis, arthritis, lameness, deafness, allergies, migraine headaches.
Although divine healing seems to work best among selective afflictions, it does attract enthusiastic testimonials. Thousands of people take the trouble to write national television programs claiming deliverance from suffering; we cannot simply dismiss their reports.
It does not diminish my respect for God’s power in the slightest to realize that he primarily works through faculties of the mind to summon up new resources of healing in a person’s body. The word “psychosomatic” no derogatory connotations for me. It derives from two Greek words psyche and soma, which mean simply “mind” or “soul,” and “body.” Such diseases and their apparent cures demonstrate the incredible power of the mind in affecting the rest of the body.
Let me illustrate the mind’s power with a few examples recently documented by modern science:
The mind can effectively control pain. This can also be accomplished by simple mental discipline or by “flooding the gates” of the nervous system with distracting noises or additional sensations (e.g., acupuncture). I saw impressive evidence of pain control while in India, where Hindu fakirs would unflinchingly walk on coals, sleep on nails, and string themselves up on poles with ropes pulling on meat hooks through their backs.
In the placebo effect, faith in simple sugar pills stimulates the mind to control pain and even heal some disorders. In some experiments among those with terminal cancer, morphine was an effective painkiller in two-thirds of patients, but placebos were equally effective in half of those! The placebo tricks the mind into believing relief has come, and the body responds accordingly. Placebos also show curative powers in areas other than in pain control; they can actually stimulate the fight against disease.
Through biofeedback, people can train themselves to direct bodily processes that previously were thought involuntary. They can control blood pressure, heart rate, brain waves, even vary the temperature in their hands by as much as 14 degrees.
In primitive cultures, shamans use a technique called “boning.” The shaman points a “magical” bone at a person accused of some crime, and that person will contort and writhe in pain, and die in a few hours. The only physical “cause” of death is the power of suggestion.
Under hypnosis, 20 percent of patients can be induced to lose consciousness of pain so completely that they can undergo surgery without anesthetics. Some patients have even cured their own warts under hypnosis. The hypnotist suggests the idea, and the body performs a remarkable feat of skin renovation and construction, involving the cooperation of thousands of cells in a mental-directed process not otherwise attainable.
In a false pregnancy, a woman believes so strongly in her pregnant condition that her mind directs an extraordinary sequence of activities: it increases hormone flow, enlarges breasts, suspends menstruation, induces morning sickness, and even prompts labor contractions. All this occurs even though there is no “physical cause”—that is, no fertilization and growing fetus inside.
Brain researchers, have recently received Nobel Prizes for discovering the mechanisms behind some of these mind-body connections. The brain produces an array of chemical neurotransmitters called endorphins that can control pain and affect body systems, some of which are hundreds of times more potent than morphine.
Simultaneously, many researchers have explored how external factors, such as stress, can have profound effects on body systems. People who are unemployed or recently widowed have much higher susceptibility to disease. People who take quiet times during the day and force themselves to relax seem to develop a control of stress that brings them greater health. All of these findings, which are far too numerous and complex to explore in this article, point to the fact that the mind can be a powerful channel for directing physical healing, or its failure.
Is this mental-directed healing the mechanism that results in so many claims of healing from faith healing ministries? It seems very probable. The suffering person may well focus hope and faith and trust to such a degree that the physical body responds with true recovery. The mind is a powerful force, and God can use it for his good purposes.
(To be honest, I must also add that similar results are claimed by Mormons, Christian Science practitioners, and Hindus. These, too, write testimonials of supernatural healing, and offer documentation to prove their cases. Even a self-confessed humanist has access to mental-directed powers: Norman Cousins describes in detail in Anatomy of an Illness how he fought off a crippling disease with the health-restoring weapons of laughter and joy. The benefits of good nutrition, relaxation, a soul at peace, and the harmony of love are aspects of common grace available to all.)
Inbuilt Healing Of The Body
I see evidence of physical healing in the human body every day. Ironically, most patients visit a doctor because of healing, not disease: the symptoms that cause patients alarm are usually spectacular demonstrations of the body’s healing mechanisms at work.
An infected wound is red and swollen with pus: the redness comes from an emergency blood supply rushing white cells and agents of repair to the scene and the pus, composed of lymph fluids and dead cells, gives stark and dramatic evidence of cellular warfare being fought. Similarly, a fever represents the body’s effort to circulate blood more quickly and also create a hostile environment for some bacteria.
Vomiting coordinates scores of muscles in a dramatic reversal of their normal processes: designed to push food down through the intestine, they now regroup in order to violently expel the food along with toxins and unwelcome invaders that have accumulated in the stomach. All these irritations, which most of us view with alarm and even disgust, reveal the orderly progress of the healing body.
My profession of surgery depends entirely on the success of the body’s healing systems. When I set a fracture, I merely align two ends of bone properly; the body must lay down the calcium needed for them to rejoin or my work would prove futile. Similarly, I cannot cut through flesh and fat and mesentery and organ walls and sew them up again unless I count on the body to repair my intrusion with a seamless reweaving of the body’s cells.
I treated one patient, a young infant, who had the rare disorder of lacking the normal capability of cell healing. Before this problem had been diagnosed, I operated to remove intestinal blockage. Sewing up her intestine was like sewing a rubber balloon. No matter how fine and tight I made the stitches, they would always leak. As I opened her up again and again, the wounds from my original cut fell loosely apart. I found no healthy scar tissue, no connective web of repairs. She was doomed to an early death.
When I speak of these natural healing processes of the body to some Christians, they want to brush the thought aside: “Oh, of course, but that’s just natural Providence. When I say healing, I mean miracle.” No one who has studied the mechanisms and worked with them every day, harnessing them, directing and aiding them, can brush aside the wonder of physical healing that God has built into each one of us. My wife, an ophthalmologist, calls these processes “the inbuilt miracle.”
A Channel for the Spirit
As a physician, I recognize the importance of a proper relationship between the mind and body for my patients to experience true health. Our minds have many ways of harming our bodies. It is our minds, after all, that make choices to abuse our bodies through poor nutrition or excessive consumption of alcohol and tobacco. All these mental choices have drastic effects on our physical health. In addition, spiritual ills also affect mental attitudes. Fear, loneliness, repressed anger, helplessness—these are all enemies of recovery that will affect my patients’ physical responses.
As a Christian, I recognize that the indwelling Holy Spirit can likewise use the extraordinary faculties of physical and mental-directed healing. My mind is an instrument for the Spirit. “Be transformed by the renewing of your minds,” said Paul, and I envision a person who allows the Spirit to take charge and orient his mental and physical life.
In the realm of the spirit, I feel on solid ground in claiming God’s direct interaction in human affairs. In fact, God seems to have designed the earth so that he primarily relates to humanity through the spiritual faculty, and least commonly through physical intervention. He created us in his image, which is spirit, and that spiritual faculty separates us from all other creation. We have the potential for direct contact with the Creator of the universe, and when the Spirit dwells in us that fact can have a dramatic impact on our overall health.
Without a doubt, I believe a properly focused individual has a better physiology than one riddled with stress, anxiety, and confusion. As an analogy, I think of iron filings scattered randomly on a sheet of paper. Suddenly a magnet is brought up under the paper; the scattered filings arrange themselves in an orderly fashion.
Each one maintains its separateness, but lines of force bring a unity to former chaos.
In a similar way, the Spirit … can affect the actual cells of our body by bringing to them a powerful orienting force. When the mind is God-centered and the person is “walking in the Spirit,” cells receive a new direction, are enhanced, and the whole person functions best.
Scientists have verified that positive choices can have a salubrious effect on the physical body. A spirit of gratitude, inner peace, love, hope & joy—thinks happy thoughts, has the support of friends —these qualities can have far greater effect than any injection that I could give. A body that is at peace and is surrounded by loving support quite literally heals better. In view of this fact, the Old Testament Levitical laws and the New Testament prescriptions for spiritual health also translate into an accurate formula for physical well-being.
The list of qualities mentioned above bears a striking parallel to the fruit of the Spirit outlined in Galatians : love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Such characteristics of growth in the Spirit can have a powerful effect on healing by properly aligning the orientation of mind and body. I am convinced that the Creator designed the mind and body to flourish when under the control of the Spirit.
I do not in any way devalue the benefit of spiritual healing directed through mental faculties; it is not “inferior” to a direct intervention by God reversing physical laws. Rather, the Spirit uses the natural milieu—the mind, nerves, and hormonal systems that control all cells to accomplish his work. A true faith healer works in concert with, and not opposition to, these inbuilt processes. The channels of the mind open up wonderful opportunities for Christians, for we can indeed assist the healing process in each other.
Those who pray for the sick and suffering should first praise God for the remarkable physical agents of healing he designed in us, and then ask that God’s special grace will take hold of the person and give him or her the ability to use those resources to their fullest advantage. The church can then fulfill its role as Christ’s body by laying hands of hewing on the one who needs faith and hope and love and comfort.
I have seen remarkable instances for true physical healing accomplished in this way. People of God have overcome the effects of disease in staggering, “un-natural” ways, all mediated through the instruments of body and mind under the control of the Spirit. Fellow Christians can offer real, tangible help in this process of setting into motion the intrinsic powers of healing in a person controlled by God. This quality of focused healing, attainable in no other way, does not contradict natural laws. Rather, it fully exploits the design features built into the human body.
Watch this video to find out how Trauma and Stress impact the brain to create chronic conditions, like: chronic pain, depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress, and fibromyalgia. You will understand how the brain / body connection works and why nothing you’ve tried has helped so far. If you or a loved one suffer from chronic health problems no matter what you’ve tried, then you can’t afford to miss this cutting edge information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Physically lean with exposed veins
More susceptible to liver and gall bladder issues
Emotional Struggles- Frustration and Anger
Need to Nourish- Liver and Gallbladder
Foods to Eat- Sour & Bitter Foods
Sauerkraut, green apples,greens (salad, spinach, veggie juice, milk thistle, green foods, fresh foods. etc.)
Physically more round, jolly and have redness in their cheeks.
More susceptible to candida issues
Emotional Struggles- Worry
Need to Nourish- Spleen and Stomach
Foods to Eat- Warm Vegetables
Pumpkin, sweet potato, butternut squash, spaghetti squash
Metal element people have strong and bold features
More susceptible to lung, colon and immune system issues
Emotional Struggles- Grief, Sadness and Depression
Need to Nourish- The Immune System
Foods to Eat- White Foods
Horse radish, garlic, onions, cauliflower, and probiotic-rich foods (yogurt, kefir, and raw cheeses)
More susceptible to kidney and adrenal gland issues
Struggle with infection, fatigue, low energy or hormone imbalances (early menopause or PCOS)
Emotional Struggles- Fear
Foods to Eat- Dark-Colored Foods
Nutrient dense foods, berries, cranberries, beets, spinach etc.
More susceptible to acid reflux or heat issues
Emotional Struggles- Passionate and Fiery
Foods to Eat- Spicy foods
Cayenne pepper, Mexican foods, salsa, hot sauce etc.
The Twelve 12 Affirmations of The Cancer Conqueror by George Anderson.
1. I AM IN CHARGE OF MY BODY AND MY MIND. THEREFORE I AM IN CHARGE OF MY CANCER. IT IS NOT IN CHARGE OF ME.
I manage my health and my wellness.
2. CANCER IS A REVERSIBLE DISEASE.
Even statistics recognize many survivors, and I choose to be instructed by them.
3. MY TREATMENT IS EFFECTIVE AND HAS MINIMAL SIDE EFFECTS.
I have confidence in my treatment and I manage it, it is my friend.
4. MY IMMUNE SYSTEM IS POWERFUL AND CAN EFFECTIVELY INHIBIT CANCEROUS GROWTH.
My body knows how to get well!
5. MY IMMUNE SYSTEM IS AFFECTED BY MY MIND AND MY BODY.
By managing my mind and my spirit, I positively affect my body.
6. MY MIND AND BODY ARE AFFECTED BY MY EMOTIONS AND ATTITUDES.
I choose my emotions, and I can choose hope, faith, love and kindness.
7. CANCER IS A CHALLENGE TO CHANGE.
I am willing to confront these questions and to change.
8. I LIVE A LIFE STYLE THAT IS HEALTHY WITH PROPER DIET, EXERCISE, REST AND BALANCE.
I successfully navigate between the various demands.
9. A KEY LESSON IS PEACE OF MIND AND I SURRENDER TO A HIGHER POWER.
When I surrender, that is, abandoning myself to the Great Spirit, Higher Power, a healing wisdom awakens within me and begins to guide me.
10. GENUINE PEACE COMES FROM UNDERSTANDING THERE IS A GOD OR HIGHER POWER WHO KNOWS ME AND LOVES ME, AND LOVES ME EVEN THOUGH HE/SHE KNOWS ALL OF ME.
I have the courage to be imperfect and know that I am still loved unconditionally.
11. I BELIEVE I BECOME A CANCER CONQUEROR NOT BECAUSE I GO INTO REMISSION BUT BECAUSE I CONSTANTLY RENEW MYSELF AND MY LIFE-STYLE.
Cancer helps make my life a spiritual journey, more aware, more appreciative of everything, more grateful of every moment I have, more loving.
And more dedicated to make the world better.
12. I CHOOSE DAILY TO GROW IN AWARENESS THAT WE ARE INTERRELATED WITH ALL LIVING THINGS,
AND AIM TO CONTRIBUTE TO RESTORING PEACE, LOVE, JUSTICE AND BALANCE ON EARTH.
When I live this way, every day, every hour, every relationship, and everything that happens is meaningful.