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Brain Cancer: Thoughts Change Your Prognosis, Fighting Cancer by Channeling Energy

Crazy Idea Right - Not So Much

Modern science shows that what we “think” can change our DNA - Link Here.

As I research into this topic deeper, I found it is clinically proven. If you constantly fill your mind with Stressful Thoughts, your body releases a hormone called Cortisol. Cortisol Weakens the immune system, Impaired cognitive performance, Dampens thyroid function, Blood sugar imbalances, Decreased bone density, Sleep disruption, Decreased muscle mass, Elevated blood pressure, and Slow wound healing.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, Meditation releases a hormone called DHEA also known as the “longevity molecule.” DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) Assists the body to fight viral, bacterial and parasitic infections, Prevents inflammation, Supports Thymus Gland, Prevents depression, Declines aging process, Promotes immune health, and Reduces Cortisol.

So what do I mean by channeling energy to fight cancer?

For me, this works better if I pray and then meditate on the thought of divine healing (If you are not spiritual, not a problem, just meditate)

Then I put a song on – you know - that song; Turn the volume to the maximum level – What happens next is what I call God’s Presence or for those who are not religious the goosebumps/chills. When that sense of absolute love come into your conscience, you can channel it.


Slow Down - Be Still - Let the waves come over you. Then focus that omnipresent energy on the site of your tumor. The feeling will only slip when you start thinking so stop thinking, just experience it. Let - It – Go. The more you do it, the longer it lasts.

Yoga, Mediation, Massages, Vigorous Exercise, Mindfulness, Cold Showers, Self Talk, & Muscle Relaxation. These are just a few ways to re-channel negative energy.

Practice makes perfect, and it takes time, but your health is well worth it.

In the end, as we worry about cancers prognosis we attribute to shortening our life span.

Ironic, isn’t it.

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