In a message dated 9/19/2007 7:42:28 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
thanks! i'm recoveringcomfy at home, the thesurgery at over 10 hours was
longerthan exspected. i have 28 staples, a skin graft, and i feel fairly
normal. my prognosis isnt so rosy, however,
there are a lot of herbs that help cancer, if you can get loquat
fruit eat a kernel two or three times a day to get laetrille,
be careful, this is amygdalen the cyanide precursor, nature's
Be careful to check for harmful interactions first with any
medicine you are now taking for cancer. I understand that
astragalus can help with chemotherapy side effects if you
are on that already, or was it ashwaghanda, check the books
or online first.
i remain in fightingspritis
and will mis my bike riding and work for the time being.
Recent research showed that people who have cancer show
real low adrenaline. Which brings me to your statement
must do my
I don't know what kind of meditation you are doing, but most
of them fall in the category of encouraging alpha waves
and relaxation not adrenaline. Some visualization of white blood
cells (I guess with fangs?) attacking and eating cancer cells
was used to strengthen a cancer meditator's system with some
benefit, I read this years ago.
Other meditations that try to engage deities or spirits or are
part of some energy transferring system with its roots in an
initiation like reiki risk attracting entities that would ride the
current or come separately and in either case feed, making
things worse. There is stuff out there that doesn't like us and
can make nice for a while.
I would suggest perhaps experimenting with little mirrors
surrounding and containing and turning the cancer cells
back on themselves, mentally wrap them in real reflective foil
reflective side inwards?
Ask Jesus to bless the effort He is very powerful. There are
some saints who are apparently not all that dead, a St. John
Maximovitch whose incorrupt remains are in San Francisco
has a great reputation for healing. The oil from lamps burned
in his honor is sought by many, but it is currently given only
to the Orthodox by the bishop's orders, but if you download an
icon of him and print it and burn a votive candle with a little
olive oil poured in the hollow around the wick after it has
burned a little, and ask for his help, the resulting oil wax, not
as fluid as oil and not as solid as wax, is smearable and you
can put this on yourself. Use a plain white unscented candle.
It can't hurt.
hanksagain for yr positive thoughts,
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