Cancer: An Important Message to You 〜 from Your Body
Cancer is a message to you from your body. It is an important wake-up call to let you know your mental, emotional and spiritual bodies are out of balance. You have the power now to bring into balance your mind, your emotions and your spirit. But in order to accomplish this, you need to understand DIS-ease, which is merely the absence of ease or inner peace. In this way, you will begin to see that you have created the absence of ease (or dis-ease, cancer) in your body, and this means you have the power to UN-create it. For you see, cancer is simply the "outer manifestation" of suppressed and unhealed chronic levels of anger, hate, resentment and/or grief. This website has been created to help you see clearly the link between stress and cancer, and how psycho-emotional stress creates cancer over 6 specific and interrelated phases. The 12 Step Cancer Survivor Program will guide you through the important steps of reversing the 6 phases of cancer to restore your body's natural homeostasis.
Prayer, God and Cancer
The use of prayer to overcome cancer is a declaration of life. This declaration of life, when spoken with conviction, helps reverse the subconscious death wish, which the Holy Spirit of God explains is the primary cause of cancer, as revealed in Phase 6 of Cancer: Immune Suppression. At Puna Wai Ora Mind-Body Cancer Clinic, we regularly receive messages from God and the Angels to guide us in the work we are doing. When we asked what is the best late stage alternative cancer treatment available, the first reply we received was prayer. The Angels spoke of the Lords prayer said out loud daily - preferably in Latin - was the most effective late stage cancer treatment. They indicated it was important to also: 1. Ask God for forgiveness of any wrongdoings; 2. Ask God to fill them with white light and love, 3. Ask for the pain to be diminished in Jesus’ name; (or another spiritual being you pray to) 4. State “Please bless me with white love and light in Jesus’ name and let the healing begin”, and; 5. Thank God, Jesus and the Angels for their healing and recovery. These are the words of God delivered by the Angels: “God will decide if a miracle happens. They need to connect with themselves more that they are on the right path to awareness of spiritual realms and God. They must believe in God to get through, to have more faith and trust in God. Once they open up, they will be open up in more ways than one."
The Lords Prayer in Latin and English
Pater noster qui es in Caelis;
Our Father, who art in Heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy Will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Thine is the Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory. Forever and ever. Amen.
Worldwide Studies Reveal Prayer and
Faith in God Increases Cancer Survival
STUDY 1: A spiritual approach in the treatment of cancer: relation between faith score and response to chemotherapy in advanced non-small cell lung cancer patients. Division of Radiation Oncology, San Gerardo Hospital, Monza, Milan, Italy.
Background: The recent advances in the psycho-oncological and psycho-neuro-immunological investigations of cancer patients has allowed the rediscovery of the importance of spiritual faith in influencing the clinical course of neoplastic disease, not only in terms of supportive care but also as a potential prognostic variable. Materials and Methods: Clinical criteria were worked out to explore the existence of a real status of faith, in an attempt to correlate the degree of faith with the clinical response to chemotherapy, consisting of cisplatin plus gemcitabine, and the overall survival time in a group of 50 metastatic non-small cell lung cancer patients. Results: The tumor response rate achieved in patients with a high degree of faith was significantly higher than in the other group of patients. Moreover, the mean post-chemo-therapeutic lymphocyte number was significantly higher in the patients with evident spiritual faith than in the other patients. Finally, the percent age of 3-year survival observed in the patients with a high degree of faith was significantly higher than that in the patients with a low faith score. Conclusion: This preliminary study suggests that spiritual faith may positively influence the efficacy of chemotherapy and the clinical course of neoplastic disease, at least in lung cancer, by improving the lymphocyte-mediated anticancer immune response. [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18853749]
STUDY 2: Association between prayer activity, inflammation, and survival in Advanced Cancer Patients (ACPs): A preliminary study. Author(s): Carlos Eduardo Paiva, Bianca Sakamoto Ribeiro Paiva, Camila Souza Crovador, Sriram Yennurajalingam, David Hui; Department of Clinical Oncology, Barretos Cancer Hospital, Barretos, Brazil; Post-graduation Program, Barretos Cancer Hospital, and Faculty of Health Sciences, Barretos, Brazil; Department of Palliative Care, Barretos Cancer Hospital, Barretos, Brazil; University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX.
Background: Prayers represent an important coping strategy among ACPs (Advanced Cancer Patients). The Religion Practice Questionnaire (RPQ) is a self-reported measure of religiosity validated in the Brazilian population, and includes a question assessing prayer activity. In this cross sectional prospective study, we determined the association among prayer activity, inflammation and survival in ACPs. Methods: Consecutive ACPs presenting for initial consultation at our Palliative Care Outpatient Clinic between March and December 2011 were enrolled. RPQ was administered by a research nurse, and consists of 15 items rated on a 5-point Likertscale (0=none, 5=very much). High prayer score (HPS) was defined as >3/5 for question 11 ("I make personal prayers – spontaneous communications with God"). Inflammatory markers included white blood cell (WBC), albumin and C-reactive protein (CRP). Correlation analysis was performed using Spearman test. Survival was calculated from study enrolment until death, and analyzed with log rank test and Cox regression model including age, sex, KPS, treatment type and HPS. Results: 112 patients were enrolled: average age 59 y (range 21-85), female 53% (N=59), Karnofsky performance status (KPS) ≤70 46% (N=51), most common cancers breast and upper GI (N=41, 37%), no longer on active cancer treatments 48% (N=54). All patients were Christians, and 77 (69%) had HPS (High Prayer Score). RPQ was not associated with WBC, albumin, CRP nor survival. HPS correlated with WBC (r=-0.24, p=0.02), and CRP (r=-0.26, p=0.01) but not albumin (r=0.18, p=0.08). Patients with HPS (High Prayer Score) survived longer (median 198 d vs. 121 d, p=0.040), which remained significant in multivariate analysis (Table). Conclusions: The act of praying was associated with decreased inflammation and improved survival in ACPs. Further studies are necessary to confirm these findings. [http://meetinglibrary.asco.org/content/99108-114]
STUDY 3: Religious involvement, spirituality, and medicine: implications for clinical practice. Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., 55905, USA.
Study review of existing studies by the Mayo Cancer Clinic: "Surveys suggest that most patients have a spiritual life and regard their spiritual health and physical health as equally important. Furthermore, people may have greater spiritual needs during illness. We reviewed published studies, meta-analyses, systematic reviews, and subject reviews that examined the association between religious involvement and spirituality and physical health, mental health, health-related quality of life, and other health outcomes. We also reviewed articles that provided suggestions on how clinicians might assess and support the spiritual needs of patients. Most studies have shown that religious involvement and spirituality are associated with better health outcomes, including greater longevity, coping skills, and health-related quality of life (even during terminal illness) and less anxiety, depression, and suicide. Several studies have shown that addressing the spiritual needs of the patient may enhance recovery from illness. Discerning, acknowledging, and supporting the spiritual needs of patients can be done in a straightforward and non-controversial manner. Furthermore, many sources of spiritual care (e.g., chaplains) are available to clinicians to address the spiritual needs of patients." P.S. Mueller, Mayo Clinic. [http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(11)62799-7/fulltext]
Anita Moorjani describes how after a four year battle with lymphoma, her body shut down and she entered a coma and was pronounced clinically dead, where she came into the all-oneness of God. In this space she learned of her connection to God, her inherent worth, and her true life purpose. She was given the choice to come back, knowing that with the Truth of her Existence as a Part of God's Being, that her new state of Awareness as a Being of God's Love would now reflect perfectly in her physical body and result in a miraculous healing -- and it did. Within four days her tumours had shrunk 70% and within weeks she was pronounced cancer free. She understood in the all-oneness of God that her cancer was a creation of her unhealed emotions and fears accumulated to date.