I’ve seen the article that follows in a number of places recently, and each time my only thought has been “I told you so.”
This afternoon I decided to repost the article, along with saying that many of the findings that they are now discovering, I have known, intuitively, all along. Among them:
- That radiation and chemotherapy destroy the immune system.
- That some “in situ” nodes in the breast should be left alone, completely, as they are unlikely to “spread.”
- That surgery to remove a cancerous node can make the cancer spread.
- That our bodies are continuously creating, and eliminating, cancerous cells.
- That mammograms can cause cancer.
Armed with this kind of inner understanding, I have never, ever, submitted to a mammogram. Indeed, in the past 40 years, I have only rarely “been to the doctor,” preferring alternative approaches to health that focus on recognizing bodily symptoms as symbols — of something gone awry — mentally, emotionally, spiritually. My body is a tuning fork, it tells me what’s going on with my entire mind/body/spirit system, and to heal the body I must bring the entire system into balance — via nutrition, exercise, meditation practices, plus processing unhealed memories that have kept me “stuck” in place, unable to continue unfolding my divine, original nature.
So how do I “know” all this that the medical profession is just now beginning to admit? Not because I’m smarter than average, but because I’m less mind-controlled than those who still view the medical system (or any system, for that matter) as having authority over me. Ever since my late 20s, when I spent years “investigating my philosophical assumptions” — with my Ph.D. dissertation the result — I have been free of the usual thick encrustation of cultural “beliefs” that prevent the intuition — which we all have, innately — from being recognized.