Some thoughts on approaching this challenge…
Cancer is the expression of an unlived life. Life forces that have not been able to be transformed for higher spiritual purposes, take on a life of their own, out of control.
First I would emphasize that curing/healing is always possible, and it may require letting go of a lot of old beliefs and habits, in other words a total lifestyle change, but what do you have to lose?
If a person believes they can’t heal, their belief may be actually part of the disease, which is possible to remove in the same way as any other disease entity. Heilkunst treatment excels here. Hypnotherapy methods can often help release the blockages there that are supporting the “I’ll never be well” belief, which is just a phantom thing, not real.
But even such parasites that ultimately aren’t real can drain our life force, even though they have no power of their own and only take the power that we permit them to. So closing up those etheric holes that allow that, is the thing.
My personal choice would be to work with the practitioners at the Hahmenan Center for Heilkunst in Ottawa. Phone consults work well. That kind of deep curing/healing requires some patience and trust in the process, but the initial “orientation” consult can provide the inspiration for that.
More…There have been claims that the Zapper “cures cancer”.. I don’t exactly agree that it does that effectively and consistently. Although, that can be an important part of the treatment protocol, which is probably why it appears to “cure” many cases. I just wouldn’t rely on it alone as curative. But I’d definitely use it as one tool, as long as the person is feeling okay with it.
Don Croft’s “Terminator” model zapper puts out a smaller electrical output than the original Hulda Clark circuit, and is completely safe.
I would suggest to anyone who is struggling with “incurable” illness that their attitude of defeat is a symptom of the disease itself. In other words, not to take the content of those thoughts seriously, just like if you got water in your ear and couldn’t hear, you wouldn’t think, “I’m deaf.” You know it’s just a symptom.
But that is something that most folks don’t know how to do, to separate their thoughts from themselves and connect with the Source within that is whole. it just takes proper training.
Also, transpersonal hypnotherapy would be great, and I recommend Jack Elias, Finding True Magic. And a full-tilt treatment program with a Heilkunst practitioner, all doable by phone. And zapper and orgone generators.
I can also work with people via email using hypnotherapy principles.. basically, working with transforming negative thoughts, teaching people EFT, etc.
EFT - maybe the best self-empowerment tool if professional hypnotherapy isn’t affordable or otherwise practical. Also Tapas Fleming’s TAT.
She has a wonderful video/DVD on healing from cancer, teaching the TAT method, which is a sort of cousin of EFT.
For someone with cancer who doesn’t have much familiarity with natural healing, i think i’d send them to the TAT video first rather than EFT, because Tapas healed herself of cancer with TAT, so she focuses on that application of it.
I’d also recommend proper diet adjustment, with plenty of high quality raw foods. This has to be tailored to the individual.
Meantime, anyone can start practicing a simple visualization.. If “I’ll never be well” is the belief that’s on the surface, for example, let it take a concrete shape and form. What would it look like?
Visualize it, then visualize throwing it over your shoulder or even miles into the middle of the ocean. Whatever other negative thoughts, or the cancer itself, give them form, see yourself throwing them away, because they don’t belong to you. Sometimes if the thing is scary, you can place it further away from you, put it off in the distance.. make it change shape or color.. change its location in your field of vision.. that sort of thing.
This goes very well when the person is in a light trance guided by a therapist, but people can teach themselves to go to that kind of meditative state and use this kind of exercise themselves too.
For understanding that the tumor is usually part of the healing process and not the disease itself, see the New Medicine of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer. I have an introductory article summarizing his work, here in the Articles section.
If I were to distill the essence of what healing from cancer requires, it would be: Reevaluate your life and your purpose for being here. Examine your beliefs about what is possible, and trust that in that process, you will uncover the truth about what is really possible. It’s beyond anything you can believe or disbelieve.