Turning it off at the source.
The psychological triggers that initiate the onset of cancer
The following information is not being presented to declare that medical, dietary or other forms of health care should be refrained from, but instead to emphasis the absolute necessity of addressing the psychological component involved in the production of cancer cells.
As some therapies attempt to target and kill a cancer cell (to which such therapies definitely have their benefits), and some therapies supply the nutritional assistance to the body in times of such physical trauma, treating the psychological triggers is instead directed at turning off the influence that changed normal cell development into the development of cancerous cells.
Many cases of remission from cancer are documented around the world, and to which many such cases are considered to be connected to an alteration of the person’s psychological state, but due to therapist’s and the public’s lack of correct and detailed understanding of the correlation between the physical and psychological realms, the specific psychological component that changed and enabled the remission usually goes unnoticed and not documented. Hence a great deal of the psychological assistance being provided to many people with cancer is not even close to addressing the psychological component in need of attention, and in fact even worse, it serves to reinforce it.
Consider the following example.
What does the phrase “Have a positive attitude towards life” mean to you?
a) Remain positive that events will unfold the way you want.
b) Remain positive that life is unfolding the way it is meant to.
c) Remain positive about what you believe in.
Are you aware that two of the above definition, a and c can reinforce the particular belief the person holds that triggered the cancer! When you understand the psychological trigger to cancer, you will understand why my claim is correct.
When it comes to treating the psychological trigger to cancer, it really makes no difference whether or not there is a genetic component to the cancer. The ‘mind body connection’ relationship takes that into account. The ‘body’ component includes any genetic factors involved. This is also why a genetic disposition is often triggered by stress (triggered by the psychological component), and correction of the psychological component assists with the remission of the dysfunctional genetic influence.
It is also extremely important to understand that although there are benefits to meditation, when it comes to cancer in most cases the particular reasoning behind why a person is using meditation to treat cancer, actually reinforces the underlying beliefs already responsible for triggering the cancer. You will understand why this is true when you understand the psychological trigger to cancer. And until you do, don’t you dare say it doesn’t, because you will be making a claim you yet know nothing about!!!
Many people also fall for the mistake of believing that if a person’s psyche played a role in the onset of Cancer, there must have been sever psychological stress involved, and that addressing this psychological aspect is done through any effort to decrease the act of thinking, or to stay away from stressful situations. Nothing could be further from the truth. It is not the act of ‘thinking’ that triggers cancer, but rather particular thoughts (particular beliefs/understandings the person holds).
‘Psychological stress’ is a title. Forget the word ‘stress’ when treating health condition, and be more specific. When people are psychologically stressed, it means they are psychologically concerned about something. Find out what they are concerned about. Find out what the person believes is going wrong.
I thoroughly understand that a person’s psyche has an enormous amount of processing taking place, and there are many aspects/levels/layers involved. When I explain the cause and cure of psychological stress, I cover all such layers, but as this article is in reference to the psychological trigger of cancer I shall at this point keep the information in reference to the particular aspect of the psychological realm that influences the physical make up and hence functional characteristics of our cells.
THE MIND BODY CONNECTION
The ‘body’ component.
To understand the precise psychological trigger to a particular cancer, you need to understand the mind body connection. To begin understanding the mind body connection you need to be aware that the ‘body’ component of the equation refers to our physical body, which refers to all physical organs/structures, and the cells they consist of.
To identify the psychological trigger to a particular cancer you first need to understand the physiological role of the physical organ/structure that turned cancerous. Each different physical organ/structure in the body has a different role to perform for the body. They all give the body a particular physical ‘ability/ies’.
The psychological component.
The business of the body.
When you examine a business, you shall find that business to be made up of all the various departments that provide the necessary abilities the business requires in order to grow and survive. When you examine the human body, you shall also find the body to be made up of precisely the same ‘abilities’ in order to grow and survive. For every physiological function (physical ability) in the body there is a matching department (ability) within a business. If a person become psychologically concerned about a particular aspect (ability) within a business, that psychological concern will influences the particular physiological process (organ/structure) in the body that matches that particular aspect (ability) in the business.
Psychologically we also we see our life as a business.
We see it consisting of many various departments/abilities. The ability to make decisions, ability to find what’s available for us , ability to have a range of skills, communication, social, parenting, career, image, usefulness, value, taking advantage of opportunities, removing factors no longer considered to be of use, and so on… .
When we are concerned about a particular aspect of our life (a particular ability in life), that particular aspect of life has a matching physiological process (physiological ability/ organ/structure) in our body, and hence that particular psychological concern governs which physical organ/structure is influenced by that concern.
The next factor to understand is that the type of concern we have towards that aspect of life, governs the type of dysfunction that takes place with it is the organ/structure. (whether it is under active, over active, degenerate, inflamed, autoimmune, benign tumour, malignant cancer etc) . Of course, because in the up coming paragraphs I am going to explain the psychological triggers to some common cancers, I am only going to be referring to the type of concern that turns an organ/structure cancerous!
Another extremely important fact to understand about the ‘mind body connection’ is that it does not matter whose life you are concerned about, or whose business you are concerned about, but rather simply which particular ability you are concerned about. You may be concerned that your children do not possess a particular ability in life, and this concern will affect your body. That particular ‘ability’ has become an issue to you.
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL TRIGGER TO CANCER.
In this article I am providing a shortened version of explaining the mind body connection, simply so that you have just enough to understand the following information on the psychological triggers to various cancer. Please be aware that my publications (books) and educational/treatment programs enable me far greater latitude to cover a vast range of important topics.
When it comes to cancer, you need to understand that it as a completely different topic of concern that causes a benign tumour, compared to the topic of concern that causes a malignant cancer!!!!!!!! So, be sure that you know whether the particular case you want to know the trigger to, is actually a benign tumour or a malignant cancer.
A benign tumour occurs when a person believes there is a need for more of a particular ‘ability’ in life or a business. This instigates an over production of the cells of the particular organ/structure that matches that particular ability in life or business, but these cells are not going to try and spread to and invade another organ or structure. (example . Uterine polyps).
A malignant cancer occurs when a person believes a particular ‘ability’ (aspect) in life or business is becoming excessive and threatening to interfere with another ‘ability’ (aspect) in life or business. This instigates an over production of the cells of the particular organ/structure that matches that particular ‘ability’ in life or business, and these cells are hell bent on travelling to and interfering with the particular organs/structures of the body that matches the particular ‘ability’ (aspect) in life the person believes is being interfered with.
Cancer is physically mimicking the person’s belief that a particular aspect of life (ability in life) has become excessive and interfering with another aspect of life (ability in life). This is best explained by supplying some example of various cancers.
VARIOUS TYPES OF CANCER
The following is a list of some very common cancers, their psychological triggers, and examples. In the following examples there can be all different reasons why a person may incorrectly believe a particular ability is excessive and interfering with other aspects of life. The person could think it is excessive and interfering because it is making someone tired, causing too much stress, taking the focus away from other aspects of life. And so on….
And as mentioned earlier on, people often when believing ‘stress’ affects health, incorrectly believe the way to prevent health conditions or address a health condition, is to stop thinking about any aspect of life that is concerning them, because they believe that to continue to thinking about an aspect of life that concerns you will have you focusing too much on that particular aspect of life, to the detriment of another aspect of life. This is precisely the conclusion that can trigger or aggravate cancer!!!!!! They are not aware that such a conclusion to the psyche actually means ‘one area of life is becoming excessive and interfering with another area of life’. Which is precisely the incorrect belief that triggers cancer!!!!
After you have read the following sections on the psychological triggers to the various cancers, please be aware that the correct psychological treatment does not consist of learning how to ‘stop thinking’, or ‘throwing concerns out of your mind’, as that would make the cancer worse! The appropriate psychological treatment would provide you with the lessons in wisdom that up-grade your understanding of the particular aspect of life you have concerns towards, resulting in you regaining your appreciation of that aspect of life, and also understanding why it has not been interfering with other aspects of life. Such an understanding is required to psychologically address the physical process of the cancer! My book THE PSYCHOLOGY OF HEALTH, and more importantly, the programs I run cover such information.
I hope you find the following information on some very common cancers enlightening and helpful. The information you are about to read is accurate!
Physically, the breasts provide the body with the ability to produce the food required for the physical development of a child.
In life, that physical ability corresponds with the ability to prepare events/experiences for other people to grow from, and is often referred to as the servant ‘role’.
Examples. Preparing the dinner for the family, the files for the boss, holidays for other people, a show for the audience, and so on.
Breast cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes that servant role due to various reasons has become excessive and interfering with other aspects of life. (Remember that it does not have to be our life we are concerned about. We could believe someone else is over doing that servant role!)
The incidence of breast cancer is increased with menopause because the physical change of life (menopause) corresponds in life with the subject of ‘progressing from what is often called the ‘female role era’ and onto the era of life where the female now is once again considered to be working on the development of her life or herself’. The pressure of believing she needs to prove herself or her own life to be going well, can play a role in why some females believe the ‘servant role’ can be interfering with other aspects of life (her life).
Our physical skin, in life corresponds with the subject of ‘Image’. With ‘Image’ defined as- ‘What we believe other people think of our self or our life when they investigate us.’
Skin cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes the amount of emphasis people place on their image is excessive and interfering with other aspects of life.
Example. People for many years focused upon their physical appearance, and due to reasons one day reaching the conclusion that the amount of emphasis people place upon how they are physically being seen is excessive and interfering with how the act and what they do with their life.
Example. People believing for many years that how certain aspect of their life are seen by other people is very important, and eventually one day due to reasons reach the conclusion that people place too much emphasis on how other people see your life, and that this interferes with what is important.
Our physical Bowels (large intestines) which provide the body with the physical ability to pass from the body the component of the food parcel that was regarded to offer no value, in life corresponds with the subject of ‘Our ability to pass from our life or business, an event/experience when that event/experience is no longer regarded to offer any further factors that assist with development.
Bowel cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes the amount of emphasis and attention placed upon that ability in life, to be excessive and interfering with other aspects of life.
Example. People may view the amount of times they have moved residence, as being times when they had been using there ‘ability to move an experience from their life so that they can bring in their next experience in life. And they eventually reached the point of no longer wanting to change their residence, because they now believe that any such moving would now threatened to interfere with other important aspects of life.
Example. People may have spent many years stressed at work because of having to look after their ability to move out projects as soon as they are finished, so as to allow in the next job waiting to be processed. And eventually reach the point of no longer wanting to have to complete jobs so as to get them out, and believe any such circumstances of fulfilling that role would now inter with other aspects of their life.
Example. People may believe they have spent many years stressed about looking after their ability to get courses over and done with so that they can bring in and start on the next course they need to do in order to develop their career, and have finally reached the point of no longer wanting to look after their ability to finish and move courses out, believing that needing to continue such a role would interfere with other important aspects of life.
Example. People after having spent many years dealing with the stress of trying to help other people with their ability to move experiences from their lives, no longer want to be part of that process, due to believing that role or the stress of that role to be interfering with other aspects of life.
Example. People believing they have spent many stressful years trying to work on their ability to remove their feelings about a past lover (past events) from their life so that they can get onto their next experience in life, and eventually now deciding they no longer want the stress of working on that ability, because they believe it is all beginning to interfere with other important aspects of life.
Our physical thyroid which creates the hormone thyroxine which inturn increases the rate of activity taking place in the body’s cells (metabolism), corresponds in life with the topic of ‘Our ability to create the situations that increase the speed at which development is taking place in the various areas of our life.
Thyroid cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes 'the emphasis on the ability to create situations capable of increasing the speed at which development is taking place in various areas of life is excessive, and incorrectly believes it is interfering with other aspects of life. (Putting that in simpler terms:- believing that too much emphasis is placed upon trying to speed development up, and believing such efforts are interfering with other aspects of life.).
Example. People believing their efforts to create the situations necessary to increase the speed a relationship is developing at, is interfering with other aspects of life.
Example. People believing their efforts to create the situations necessary to increase the speed a business is developing at, is interfering with other aspects of life.
Our physical stomach which serves as holding bay (also providing one of the stages in which our food is open up) until the food is ready for the next stage of processing, in life corresponds with whatever we believe is providing the role of a holding bay for the events/experiences we have assessed to appropriately contain our necessities for development.
Stomach cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes the holding bay to be receiving too much emphasis or attention, and consequently interfering with other aspects of a business or life.
Example. A person believing the task of having to make sure the In-tray at work that holds the jobs requiring processing is taking him away from attending to other tasks in the business.
Example. A person believing the stress attached to the task of having to make sure the In-tray at work that holds the jobs requiring processing is interfering with is relationship at home.
Example. A person believing the stress of having to make sure he gets to experience all the events he has previously placed on his ‘to do list’, is interfering with him having pleasure in life.
There are two sides to the pancreas. One side makes the digestive enzymes that are required to open up the food parcel so that those factors within the food can be identified. In life, that side of the pancreas corresponds with the ability to process and identify those factors an event/experience is offering.
Cancer of that side of the pancreas is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes that such an investigation has or is receiving too much emphasis, and interfering with other aspect of life.
Example. A film star believing that actors place too much emphasis on checking into what a particular films is offering the actor, and believe that such efforts are interfering with taking advantage of opportunities to travel and become more worldly.
Example. A business owner believing that the stress attached to having to always check and make sure that a project has something to offer is interfering with how much he likes even doing the other roles in the business.
The other side of the pancreas makes the insulin that picks up the glucose in the blood and enables it to be utilized by the cells of the body as fuel. In life, this ability corresponds with the ability to create the situations that provide people with the enthusiasm to utilize their abilities (do things).
Cancer of that side of the pancreas is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes too much emphasis or attention has been placed upon having to create the situations that provide people with the enthusiasm to utilize their abilities to do things, and thinks that it has reached the point of interfering with how much he wants to even help his friends now days.
Example. A person believes that his job entails creating the situations necessary to make people enthusiastic about performing their job, and he believes that if he has to continue doing this role it will have become excessive and interfere with him getting the chance to learn new skills required in business.
(Over all, both sides of the pancreas add up into the topic of ‘ checking into what events are providing so as to obtain the enthusiasm to do things.)
The bones not only supply the rigidity required for other structures to be supported from, they also physically produce the cells necessary for other physical components to receive their oxygen and also to be protected. In life the bones correspond with the ability to be useful.
Bone cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes that the amount of emphasis that is or has been placed upon the ability to be useful is excessive and interfering with other aspects of life.
There are also various types of blood cancers that are cancers of particular cells that are produced by the bones. Example being Immune system cancers such as leukaemia, multiple myeloma, thrombocytosis, and these are covered over the next few pages.
Example. A person who believed that at work he was always concentrating on making sure he was being useful, and eventually believed this had become excessive and interfering with him being able to relax enough to be working safely.
Example. A grandmother who believed that looking after the grandchildren is what represented her being useful, reached the point of believing that looking after the grandchildren was interfering with her doing other things with her life.
Example. A man who believed that being employed representing him being useful, reached the point where he believed being employed interfered with him taking advantage of opportunities.
Example. A mother who believed she no longer wanted to perform her servant role, which she also believed represented her usefulness, because she believed it would now be interfering with other aspects of her life that she believed she needs to attend to at this time in her life. (she consequently triggered breast and bone cancer).
The uterus provides the body with the ability to develop a foetus until it has the abilities required to survive separately. This physical ability corresponds in life with the ability to develop other people until they have the ability to survive and function on their own (often defined as the parenting ability).
Uterine cancer is psychologically triggered when a female incorrectly believes the parenting role/ability is excessive and interfering with other aspects of life or business.
Example. A mother reaching the point of believing her children have reached an age when they are grown up enough to be on their own, and believes that if she continues to perform her parenting role this will be excessive and interfere with them feeling confident about their abilities.
Example. A mother reaching the point of believing her children have treating her so badly whilst she has been trying to perform her parenting role that she believes it interfered with her confidence to work on other aspects of her life. She believes the parenting role has now interfered with the development of other aspects of her life.
Example. A teacher believes the pressure of her job is now excessive and interfering with her relationships.
Leukaemia is a cancer of the immune system. Here the white blood cells are being made in excessive numbers by the bones, but at the expense of being too immature and less effective in their role. There are different types of leukaemia, but for the point of this explanation I wish to put them under one topic.
The over production of white blood cells, preventing their maturity, and also causing their interference to the production of other blood cells being produced by the bones is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes that “Too much value is being place upon the usefulness of the ability to protect, and resulting in the protection being excessive, in-affective and counter productive to working on other important aspects of life”.
Example. A teenager may eventually decide that the amount of fighting (arguing) that has to be done to protect her own views and opinions has reached the point of being excessive, ineffective and counter productive anyway.
Example. A parent may be concerned that the amount of fighting (arguing, protecting beliefs) done by parents is often excessive, and interferes with a children development. (Such concerns could make a developing child in the uterus become predisposed to leukaemia after birth)
Example. A person after barricading them self away in their house for years (protecting their life from the outside world), reached the point of believing such protect was excessive and interfering with her being able to receive the items she needs in order to develop her life.
Example. A father who always believed his job had been to protect his family via earning sufficient money to look after them and secure their future inheritance, suffered leukaemia after he began to believe the stress created by this ‘protective role’ was excessive and counter productive because it had now begun to affect his health and future.
Example. A child may think the amount of protecting that parents do when it comes to trying to protect children from dangers, is excessive, ineffective and interfering with the child receiving it’s requirements for growth.
Example. A child may view the amount of arguing going on between the parents (protecting their beliefs) is excessive and counter productive to the needs of the family.
Example. An employee may feel that too many years have been spent with the stress of arguing in order to protect his rights, and wishes to retire or at least find a job where he no longer has to worry about looking after his ability to defend himself.
This is a blood cancer where the plasma cells that create the antibodies that maintain surveillance for known threats, are over produced by the bone marrow, and interfere with the production of other blood cells.
This is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes there is too much value placed upon maintaining a surveillance for known threats, and it is now interfering with being able to spend time working on aspect that need attention.
Example. A fireman believing that because they are being taught to be so careful they are not able to attend the factor requiring their attention, or performing their job.
(Note; please read this next condition called thrombocytosis, as it is very different. )
Thrombocytosis is a condition where excessive numbers of thrombocytes are being produced and resulting in the possibility of excessive blood clotting, and sometimes eventually an excessive amount of fibrous collagen.
Although this is often labelled as a cancer of the blood, it is not the same as the issues that cause a malignancy of a physical structure, but rather the same as would cause a benign tumour of a physical structure. I mean by this it is not caused by believing something is excessive and interfering with something else, but rather simply desiring more of a particular factor.
The thrombocytes assist the repair process helping stop any bleeding, and the fibrous collagen assist with the structure repair. The excessive production of the Thrombocytes is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes there is a need for more of the ability to provide damage control.
Example. A man being informed by his mother when younger that any physical harm people can see you have received ruins your chances of success in life. This man grew up believing that any physical damage received must be repair back to the normal healthy structural state that existed prior to the damage, or you will not be considered worthy of receiving your life’s requirements. This man consequently believed he needed more of the ability to prevent damage escalating, and to enable greater repair.
The lungs physically enable the body to take advantage of the air that is available. The air we breath, in life relates to the subject of ‘time’, the time required for activity and development to take place. The physical lungs correlate in life with the ‘ability to take advantage of an opportunity ‘(ie. An opportunity that provides the chance to –the time to- work on an aspect of life.).
Lung cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly beliefs the amount of emphasis placed upon making sure we are taking advantage of opportunities (time of things available) is excessive and interfering with other aspect of life.
(Note: People who smoke are not smoking because they do not care how long they live for, but instead because the smoke provides their mind with the subconscious reassurance they believe they need in order to believe they are not wasting their life! The smoke that is in the air represents to their subconscious mind that:- ‘there is something in how they are spending their time and so they are not wasting time, and they will make something of their life’. Their subconscious mind wants a dose of that reassurance. )
Example. The labels on a cigarette packet that consistently inform people that they are going to die (shorten their time of life) can play a role in how some people reach the psychological state that triggers lung cancer. It can have a person who wants to continue smoking think;- “Worrying too much about my ability to take advantage of my duration of life (how long I’m going to live for), will interfere with me enjoying my life. (Note: There is though a correct way to psychologically stop smoking that does not lead to lung cancer!)
Example. A person who believed that it was his ‘ability to take advantage of opportunities’ that enticed him to both go to work and to also do the projects at work, eventually reaching the point of no longer wanting to have to work, because he believed it was now interfering with other important aspects of life.
Example. A migrant coming to Australia to work because he believed that Australia was the land of opportunities, who eventually reached the point of no longer wanting to work because he believed it was time to retire and do other things with your life. His mind had connected ‘work’ with ‘the ability to take advantage of opportunities’, and when he believed that work was now interfering with other areas of life, this triggered lung cancer.
Example. A person after experiencing a brief illness, believing that he must stop worrying about how long he is going to live for, thinking that such concerns would interfere with his quality of life. “I must stop worrying about the need to look after my ability to receive my duration of opportunities”.
There are various types of lymphatic cancer. Originally the first one identified was called Hodgkin’s, after that any other form identified was called Non Hodgkin’s. For the point of this exercise I’m going to classify the difference being that Hodgkin’s is usually more aggressive and fatal than Non Hodgkin’s, but of course a full medical explanation would accurately classify them by their physiological difference!
The lymphatic system forms the role of collecting and filters the fluid around our cells looking for any factors that could be a threat to the health and functional capabilities of our cells. This role correlates in life with the ability to make sure that nothing is interfering with our functional capabilities, or the functional capabilities of a business etc.
Lymphatic cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes that the amount of emphasis placed upon making sure that nothing interferes with abilities so that things can be done well, has become excessive and interfering with other aspects of life or a business.
Example. The female who viewed that the stress of her professional counselling role in which she helped people to find any factors interfering with how well they did things, had become excessive and interfering with her relationship at home.
Example. An employee who looked after the functional capabilities of each department in the business, (making sure that nothing could interfere with the functions of each department), reached the point of no longer wanting to perform this role as he believed it now begun to consumed his life.
Example. An employee wished to change his profession because in his job he always had to do everything so perfect. He had had enough of having to make sure that nothing interfered with is abilities, as he thought it had become excessive.
Example. A lady who for many years had been involved in learning spiritual teachings and meditation, had spent a period time trying to help people learn that if they focus too much on whether they are doing things perfectly, it will interfere with them finding their spirituality. (Note: This lady obviously did not know what spirituality is!)
Non Hodgkin’s (Note: Please read the information on Hodgkin’s disease before reading on.)
The difference in the psychological trigger to Hodgkin’s and Non Hodgkin’s is that in Non Hodgkin’s the person holds the belief that ‘making sure no factors interfere with abilities’ can become excessive, but believe that if you only performing this role some of the time, it will not be too interfering to other aspects of life or a business.
Example. The person who believes his role at work is to make sure that nothing is interfering with the abilities of each department, decides that he does not mind working one day a week.
Example. The accountant who believes he must be meticulous in his work and cannot let anything interfere with him being able to do a perfect job, decides he does not mind working two days a week.
CERVICAL and PROSTATE CANCER
The physical cervix and prostate, in life correspond with the sexuality area of life.
Cervical and prostate cancers are psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes the sexuality aspect of life is interfering with other aspects of life.
Example. A female who is married to a husband who always wants sex and she begins to believe that the amount of emphasis that people put upon sex is excessive and interferes with other aspects of life.
Example. A female upon witnessing many males asking and placing importance upon how many sexual partners she has previously had, reached the belief that people place too much emphasis in sexuality, and that it jeopardises relationships.
Example. A female who always believed that sex is something that only takes place within the confines of wedlock. But due to the continual harassment from her boyfriend and her own desires to have sex, she eventually decides that people are too concerned about the ramifications of sex, and that such concerns interfere with relationships.
Example. A female trying to tell other women that they should drop all of their concerns about how much sex they are either having or not having, because she believed that people spend too much time worrying about their psychological concerns towards this area of life, and that such concerns interferes with other aspects of life.
Example. A female who has spent many years trying to sort out her psychological issues towards the sexuality department of her life due to having experienced sexual abuse when younger, eventually decided that she has spent too many years trying to work on her sexual psychological issues, and believes that if she continues to do such psychological work it will be interfering with getting on with other aspects of her life.
Example. A female who had been educated to believe the secret to a successful relationship was in making sure that the relationship evolved around great sex, decided not to marry the man who first proposed to her, but instead went in search of a partner who could offer great sex. Ten years later she regretted that decision, and now believed that ‘the amount of emphasis that people placed upon the sexuality aspect of life was excessive and threatened to interfere with other important aspects of life’.
Example. A male who set about building a house in order to one day be able to attract a female partner, when eventually finding the building of the house was taking too long and was too stressful, believing that it was interfering with other aspects of his life. His mind had formed a psychological connection between his house and sexuality.
Example. A man with a high sex drive, who was married to a wife with a low sex drive, spent a great deal of his married life having affairs. He eventually reached the point of believing that he needed to put this sexuality aspect of life ‘out of his mind and life’ because he felt he was giving it too much attention and that it now threatened to interfere with his relationship with his wife. These thoughts triggered his onset of prostate cancer!
Example. A husband, who believed he had always doted on his wife and made sure that everything ran smoothly to his wife’s desires, eventually believed he had done this to excess, and to the detriment of his desires. He began to believe it was excessive and interfering with his life. His doting on her and trying to make sure her desires were met, had been his method by which to attract her sexually. When he spat the dummy to doing this because he incorrectly believed it was now excessive and interfering with other aspects of his life, such thoughts triggered the onset of prostate cancer.
The liver does have many roles to perform, but at this point I wish to mention one of its major roles. Its physical role of identifying and rendering harmless any physically detrimental (poor quality) factors presented in the blood.
Liver cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes the amount of emphasis placed upon identifying any detrimental (bad/poor quality) factors is excessive and interfering with other aspects of life.
Example. A business owner who has spent many years believing that the secret to successful business was to make sure you are identifying any poor quality factors in the business. This person eventually reached the point of believing it was the stressful part of the business, and interfering with his health and life at home.
Example. A person that was in the health industry and spend years focused on teaching people how to identify the chemicals and poor quality factors in our lives, reached the point of believing this approach to life had become too excessive and interfered with how much people enjoy life. (Note: It is obviously important to know the correct way to look at life when you are in the health industry!)
The kidneys perform the role of filtering out of the blood and consequently the body, all those poor quality factors that were in the various physical structures of the body and are no longer of valuable use.
The kidneys, in life correlate with the ability to remove from the various areas of our life those factors deemed be of poor quality or of no further use. Kind of like a spring clean, every day!
Kidney cancer is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes the amount of emphasis placed upon or the amount a person has to perform that role of removing such factors from the areas of life or business, to be excessive and interfering with other aspects of life or business.
Example. Some people believe that a business evolves around making sure that poor quality items in the various departments of the business are removed, and one day can reach the belief that such a clean out process is excessive and interfering with other functions in the business.
Example. A person believing that ‘everyday life’ consists of simply attending to and removing broken down worn out factors, begins to think that ‘everyday life’ is excessive and interfering with other exiting adventurous aspects of life.
TESTICLE OR OVARIAN CANCER
The testicles and ovaries produce the sperm and eggs that contain the genetic material required to develop all the various physical structures (abilities) of a body.
This physical role of the testicles and ovaries, in life corresponds with the topic of ‘ the ability to develop all the areas of life/abilities in life. Often we hear the phrase ‘get a life’, meaning :- how many departments to your life do you have? Do you have a career, socialising, travel, and so on.
Cancer of the testicles and ovaries is psychologically triggered when a person incorrectly believes the emphasis on ‘ability to create all the areas of life’ is excessive and interfering with other aspects of life.
Example. A teenager upon reaching his twenties believes that if he continues to travel around the world experiencing all aspect of life, it will now be considered excessive because it will be interfering with him taking life seriously and settling down to have a family.
Example. A female who believed that in order to have a life (all the areas of life) you have to have children, eventually believed that the amount of stress she was suffering due to finding it difficult to fall pregnant and have children was now excessive and interfering with her employment.
Example. The person who believed that working hard would eventually provide the finances required to create all the various areas of life, eventually believed that working hard to have everything, interfered with what was important in life.