Cancer Resonance Geometry
By Atom Bergstrom
Cancer has been cured by hypnosis or psychotherapy or a combination of both.
Helen Flanders Dunbar (Emotions and Bodily Changes: A Survey of Literature on Psychosomatic Interrelationships 1910-1953, Fourth Edition, 1935, 1954) wrote …
“There are some reports in the literature of disappearance of malignant or nonmalignant growths after psychotherapy in patients for whom the original diagnosis was adequately confirmed by specialists in the field.”
According to “Personality: Links to cancer, heart disease,” Science News, Sept. 20, 1975 …
“Cancers tended to develop in people who were generally quiet, nonaggressive and emotionally contained. Such persons scored low on tests of anxiety, anger or depression. Many were lonely individuals who had been very close to their parents. More than 30 percent of the cancer patients, for instance, had reported that their fathers were not companionable, understanding or warm.”
According to the same source …
“Anxiety and fear caused by shipping and handling are stressors for mice. A strain of mice carrying a cancer virus developed cancers 92 percent of the time when they were exposed to moderate, chronic or intermittent stress. Similar mice protected from such stress developed cancers only seven percent of the time.”
Cancer follows Body Language geometry.
If someone can’t “stomach” someone or something, stomach cancer might show up.
Not “venting one’s spleen” can attract spleen cancer.
Being “soured off at life” can attract pancreatic cancer.
Being “pissed off” can attract bladder cancer.
No “gall” (audacity) can end in gall bladder cancer.
Repressed anger can result in liver cancer.
Grief can produce lung cancer.
I had two close friends who had an acrimonious divorce. He died of cancer of the RIGHT lung, and she died of cancer of the LEFT lung.
“If you hold it in, it will fester and turn into something worse.”
Audrey H. Ensminger, M.C. Ensminger, James E. Konlande, John R.K. Robson, M.D. (Foods and Nutrition Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, 1994) wrote …
“Dr. Lawrence Le Shan, who studied numerous cancer patients, found a significantly higher percentage of the cancer patients experienced (1) the loss of crucial relationship, (2) the inability to express hostility, and (3) tension over the death of a parent. In other studies, scientists have identified some of the following personality characteristics in many cancer patients: (1) a tendency to harbor resentment and impairment of his ability to express hostility; (2) tendency toward self-pity; (3) difficulty in developing and maintaining meaningful, long-term relationships; (4) a poor self-image; and (5) a basic sense of rejection by one or both parents.”
Alice Miller (The Body Never Lies: The Lingering Effects of Cruel Parenting, 2005) wrote …
“She [Clara] once told me quite casually that, on the day she reached retirement age, which she had been looking forward to ‘like a new lease on life,’ her widowed father, a man in the best of health and with a high degree of business acumen, said, ‘Now at last you’ll have time to help me run the firm.’ This woman had spent most of her life caring more for others than she had for herself. Thus, she was not even aware that this statement by her father represented a new and severe burden for her. She referred to it with a smile, almost cheerfully. The rest of her family also found that the time had come for her to take over the job left vacant by her father’s longtime secretary, who had just died. Now, after all, she had time on her hands. What use would poor Clara make of her newfound freedom, if she did not sacrifice herself for the sake of her father? A few weeks later I heard that Clara had been taken ill with pancreatic cancer. She died shortly after.”
As Above, So Below. As Within, So Without.
Edward Abbey wrote …
“Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.”
Industrial civilization is like cancer metastasizing around the globe.
Swami Nitty-Gritty gave two more reasons for cancer …
1) the need to be right
According to Cyril Connolly (1944) …
“Greed, like the love of comfort, is a kind of fear.”
My close friend Judy Utley had a “Living to Live” attitude.
She was an Initiate of Swami Nitty-Gritty.
I aligned her neck and her LEFT eyelid drooped, so she went to a doctor.
After an examination, he exclaimed, “How did you even manage to walk into my office? Go home and get your affairs in order. There’s nothing I can do for you.”
She was diagnosed with cancer of the spine, lungs, breasts, you name it, it was there.
At first, Judy accepted the diagnosis. Then she decided to fight.
She moved from Fort Worth to San Antonio, where two nurses applied a caustic salve that burned a large hole in Judy’s back, leaving a permanent scar.
Various versions of “black salve” exist, but they’re usually only used for skin cancer.
Judy did colonics every other day and gave herself enemas every day. She drank quart after quart of freshly-squeezed carrot juice.
She lived eight more years and never gave up chain-smoking tobacco cigarettes.
She submitted to yearly exams, but not a trace of cancer was found.
Judy’s doctor was diagnosed with lung cancer, and died within a year.
Herbalist/acupuncturist/author Michael Tierra investigated other patients of these two nurses and found no successful “cures.” He never interviewed Judy.
Judy told me she wanted to live long enough to meet the “love of her life.”
She did, and they both chain-smoked together till they went on their Cosmic Vacation shortly thereafter.
Michael Tierra played a major role in TWO other amazing cancer recoveries involving Al Drucker, Gregory Bateson, and Sathya Sai Baba.
My e-book, Not Cancer—CANCEL, was titled after Al Drucker’s story without explanation.
I met him in 1987 at a Sahya Sai Baba event in Santa Barbara, when I first heard the amazing tale.
Other aspects of the story are presented in a YouTube interview (1:25:32) — “Souljourns Al Drucker, Part 1, Sai Baba, An Amazing Story of Sai Love.”
The account begins 29 minutes into the video and ends at 47 minutes.