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Heal cancer – No surgery
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Cancer, a life threatening disease for the patient but also leaves painful memories and genetic patterns for the loved ones of the patient. I would like to come to the point about healing of cancer.
Few years back I heard that a cancer patient can be healed without surgery, after few months universe made me meet such people , both healer and the healed, still my analytical mind didn’t believe it 100% that a CANCER patient can be healed without surgery. Yes I didn’t believe it completely though there was lot of evidences around me.
Today I believe it completely that YES , CANCER can be healed and vanished completely through Holistic healings, without any surgery without any Knife , without those painful sessions of radiotherapy and chemotherapy. These therapies are the most difficult phase during treatment of cancer, for the patient and its family, which generally causes low immune system, low self-esteem, and loss of hairs etc.
Question: Is it possible to eliminate cancer completely without a surgery?
Answer: Yes, it is possible to eliminate cancer completely without surgery.
Question How long does it take to get healed?
Answer: It depends from person to person , their level of faith and the depth of the issue. Some got healed in healing session whereas other can take few more sessions.
Question: Should a person leave medicines while taking these sessions?
Answer: No, a person should not leave prescribed medicines without consent of the doctor
Question How to validate the healing?
Answer: It can be validated through medical reports, if the client wants to.
Note: There are many clients who wish NOT to reveal about their disease. It is being published on the webpage after consent of the client only.
“I have turned a complete believer after my 4 year old Breast Cancer healed in just one session with Dr Monica Nagpal. I felt sick for 4 days after the session but completely hale and hearty after that. No lumps, no cysts. My gynae confirmed that my breast is healthy. I am so happy and thankfully to God that I took healing instead of going under the knife. It’s a great feeling to be disease free. I have taken two follow up sessions and today my complete perspective towards life is changed. God bless Dr Monica, she talks and one gets healed. She is a blessed soul and I am truly blessed I met her. She is such a joy to be with. Inspirational and yet so simple oozing with so much unconditional love. (Annie, 58 years) “
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May 18, 2014 Jordan 1 Comment
If I was to sit and write what i was about… what would I write?
I am about the collective spiritual healing of the human race. I am about bringing people together. I am about connecting the dots. I am about building technology that can fundamentally change the way we live our lives, for the betterment of mankind.
I am about resolving the suffering of the planet, and the realization that all religions and ideologies are, at their core, about the same thing, even if it doesn’t seem like it until you get to the very bottom of it.
Coping with Cancer
Trust me; some days are extremely tough to get through. No amount of distractions and consoling from Robin helps me. I had mentioned in my part-1 blog, and here again — chemo tests your mental strength. One goes through a range of emotions along with pain. Add to it the changing outer appearance– losing hair, rashes on the skin, etc. These make it very hard for the person dealing with cancer.
One sees the changes in the external appearance and thinks that’s the hardest part. But the chemo internal side effects are most challenging to manage as a cancer patient. There is nothing much I can do about the pain other than dealing with it until the chemo cycle ends. The emotions and pain vary so much that it starts from one end of spectrum A and ends on spectrum B, not even on the same spectrum.
Stop judging anyone for their looks. One shouldn’t take this added pressure in life for anything. Be confident of who you are; cancer cannot take that away from you. I am a firm believer and follower of this mantra.
So how am I coping with it? The timing of the question couldn’t be more apt. I was invited for a fireside chat at work to discuss the topic — “Everything starts with us.” As I articulated in the session, here are the thoughts that came to mind. I believe many of us are born with many preconceived notions that hold us back. So a change in thinking requires effort. It has to be planted, fed, nurtured and given a lot of room to grow and blossom. Especially during life-changing situations, you must step up in your fight to comfort your family and friends just like they are doing it for you.
I realized that all along with my life, from an early age, I have followed these 3 B’sB’s diligently. The actions under each of them have changed with the circumstances.
Be in charge of your life, future, and decisions, whether right or wrong. I had to reorganize my life, offload, automate, and lean on my support systems. I have to selfishly focus only on myself after those teenage years to get better soon and live for my family for many more years.
Believe in yourself and that you alone hold the keys to your OWN success. No one owes anything to you. I increased my frequency of working out by biking every day to strengthen my body, distract my mind, and build an appetite. I started eating more protein to sustain a healthy body and digest the potent medications. I have hit more than 300 rides on my Peloton to date and try not to miss a day of my workout.
Becoming the change agent of your life with an open-minded outlook to navigate better. I increased my self-awareness to recognize how I reacted to the cancer treatment physically and emotionally. I became my advocate, coach, and cheerleader to see myself win the race. With family and friend support, I became my own change agent to take control of my life and push for the finish line.
I had to walk the talk for myself and my family. Was it easy? NO, was I scared? YES. I had to take charge of my situation with a new job, a raging pandemic, and now a new sickness with no precedence in terms of experience or knowledge. Proactively practicing what I believe in has helped me navigate the new job better, maintain an excellent work-life balance, and focus on my health.
I continue to recognize my good and bad days and try my best to balance things out. Most Saturdays, I lie down the entire day and don’t feel like talking to anyone, as it has consistently been one of my worse days in the chemo cycle.
Learning to look within for that strength; we have it in there all the time.
I know resilience is one of my superpowers. It has gotten me out of some very challenging situations professionally and personally. Now, it’s helping me as part of my recovery process.
I never questioned why ME but wonder where all this came from and why now. Although I’m incredibly thankful that we caught it at the right time and believe the universe had everything lined up well for me for this diagnosis.
As a family, we are big into sports and believe strongly in winning, losing, and, more importantly, learning to bounce back. We are optimistic and confident about crossing this bump with some reorganization in our lives to better support and help each other.
Since diagnosis, I have not missed a single day of my workout on my Peloton. I get 20 minutes in on most days (4.5 miles), and on some days, when I have more energy, I manage to get 30 minutes. My mom has started to enjoy biking and uses the Peloton most days with me.
We unconditionally love my mom’s determination and motivation at this age to keep it going. I am Binge_Biker inching closer to my 400th ride. @allymisslove @fixtkendall keeps me going on my tough days. #peloton
Most days, especially the week of chemo, I feel a truck has hit me or I have gotten beaten to a pulp. So waking up in the morning is a real challenge. The desire to live for my family, mental strength, and passion for work gets tested every morning. These three things push me to get out of bed every day.
I took a day off for my outpatient surgery to get the port inserted, but I have not taken a single day of leave from work. I take calls during my chemo sessions, and I do my emails the remaining time. During phase 1, after chemo, I wasn’t much functional after about 2–3 hours. So those days, I would wrap up my day early and lie on our couch. While everything depends on prioritization, goals, and time management, balancing it with my good and bad days is the key.
I catch up on things during my good days and learning not to feel bad when I am not functional on my bad days.
Took a pixie haircut before shaving off, and this transition helped my children, primarily to deal with the situation better. I am not a wig person, and the beanie cap makes me look and feel like a cancerous person. Although I had short hair for many, many years, I was still obsessed with it and made sure to take a haircut every 45 days. So it was tough and emotional to shave everything away, but I decided not to overthink.
My eyebrows, eyelashes, and arm hair is intact, but everything else is gone. I went ahead with the bald look, and the response has been highly encouraging, from strangers to family to friends and my work colleagues.
Mainly, my kids- they think I am very cool in my new looks. I realized it is all in our minds when life puts us in challenging situations; our willpower and determination are the ones that help us to take the battle on — nothing else matters. I now join all my work meetings in the video, including customers and partners with my bald look.
Kids and Robin have named my profile on the streaming platform — Baldie. Make hay while the sun shines 🙂 I have learned so far that there are so many things I can complain about in terms of pain, anxiety, emotions, fear of spreading, recurrence, having no taste, nausea, and many more.
I complain about them periodically, but I am pursuing a goal — to be cancer-free by the end of the year, and I want to keep racing till I get there. I don’t want anything to stop me and take my energy away from chasing that goal. I intend to win against this cancer without it taking away my spirit.
I realized it is all in our minds when life puts us in challenging situations; our willpower and determination are the ones that help us to take the battle on
— nothing else matters….
✨EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON✨
✨Anything that makes you nervous actually teaches you patience.
✨Anything that makes you angry actually teaches you forgiveness and compassion.
✨Anyone who leaves you is actually teaching you how to stand on your own two feet.
✨Anything that has power over you actually teaches you how to take back your power.
✨Anything you hate is actually teaching you to love unconditionally.
✨Anything you fear actually teaches you courage and overcoming your fear.
✨Anything you can’t control actually teaches you to let go.
THE CURE FOR CANCER
WE SHOULD ALL KNOW THIS..
The most common types of cancer in the USA
Dear friends of Germanische Heilkunde,
here are the most common types of cancer diagnosed by conventional doctors in the United States of America. Clicking on the respective link will take you to the corresponding articles [if already available] that discuss these diagnoses and the underlying causes from the perspective of Germanische Heilkunde.
1. Breast cancer
2. Lung cancer
3. Prostate cancer
4. Colon cancer
5. Bladder cancer
7. Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
8. Thyroid cancer
9. Kidney cancer
11. Pancreatic cancer
12. Endometrial cancer
Germanic Healing [Germanische Heilkunde®]
From time to time one can read in the MainStreamMedia about women having their healthy breasts amputated for fear of breast cancer…
Resonance Frequency Cancer Therapy Machine by Dr. Royal Raymond Rife
October 20, 2022 GaryLite Gary Lite, Health
We all know that Cancer is the leading cause of death, with nearly 10 million deaths each year worldwide.
The general public is unaware of any cures for any type of cancer, but what if I told you that there is a way to cure cancer and it was discovered in 1938 by doctor and scientist of Dr. Royal Raymond Rife, it is reported that he had cured 16 cancer patients using the power of frequencies and resonance therapy.
Dr. Rife started by creating the worlds most powerful microscope in the 1920’s, that helped him study viruses and bacteria more efficiently. He then realized that he could use electromagnetic frequencies to destroy cancer cells.
He discovered that every cell and molecule vibrates at its own distinct frequency and by beaming plasma rays of the same frequency at those cells, you amplify the frequency and destroy them.
David Rasnick on the great cancer swindle
The causes of cancer are not what we’re told they are.
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