Tumor formationTumor Formation.
Following on from the piece about the human tape recorder, in which, I pointed out the manner that allopathic suppression can cause many problems to the human body.
I perhaps did not clarify its effect on the formation of tumors.
Symptoms in the allopathic sense act as vents allowing internal pressure to dissipate without causing damage to essential organs heart, brain, liver etc. As per Herings Law problems are thrust out to the surface.
When the vents are closed off allopathically cured the pressure builds up and uses the internal paths of least resistance to relieve the pressure. This means that the body unable to send the problems to the surface has to put the pressure into a space within the body. That space may be heart, brain, liver etc. But equally well [if there is a hereditary tendency towards TB, Syphilis, Sycosis, or Cancer] the pressure may end us as a tumor.
Tumors created by the body are a way of equalizing all the stresses in the body both physical and psychological, which is why stress [psychological] can cause cancer. When stress is relieved the body is able to withdraw, or reabsorb the tumor. This is known by allopathy as Spontaneous Remission, because they cannot explain it, and do not accept this way of looking at the operation of the body.
However it is interesting that there is another area of Nature where this type of reabsorbing takes place. Rabbits that are pregnant and then meet a situation where there is an acute shortage of food, living space etc have been shown to reabsorb the fetus. Obviously if it is possible in one situation it is also possible in another.
It would be interesting if Oncology collected all the cases of Spontaneous Remission and investigated them to trace any common factors that led to a relief of stress of one kind or another.
Moving on to the treatment of tumors one looks at the Chemotherapy, Radiation, and Surgical Operations. Considering the foregoing it will be obvious that we are again trying to close off a Vent the tumor which the body is using to relieve stress of one kind or another.
It is little wonder then that, when to tumor is surgically removed, the body will create another. The body does it because this is its way of maintaining itself in the best possible state at that time.
When attempts are made to surgically , or by radiation or chemotherapy to remove the tumor , then the body must either replace the tumor , or spread it around , in order to again create the relief it needs. But it can also ,if the stress has built up , make the tumor malignant .
One would not expect Oncology to accept this point of view but it is a legitimate homeopathic point of view and an illustration of the gulf that separates Homeopathy from Allopathy.
passkey on 2005-03-29
What is your feeling about fatty tumors (non-malignant)? My mother had one the size of a grapefruit attached to her spleen for 15 years and finally had it removed with no reoccurance. She is under extreme emotional stress thanks to my father.
I developed a small fatty tumor in my side (about three inches below my breast) in 1999 when I was going through a depression and financial stress. I worked with an N.D. and homeopath but it grew to the size of an egg and became painful to deal with physically, as well as a huge drain on my energy. My homeopath finally advised me to get it removed, which I reluctantly did in 2001. The surgery and subsequent recovery turned out to be one of the most revealing and eye-opening experiences of my life as it related to past perceived grievances that I feel contributed to the formation of the tumor. I was able to emotionally resolve a lot of my prior mental imbalances and even face those eye-to-eye DURING convalesence and quietly forgive them for what I felt they had done to me. (I realize that it's all subjective, one's perception of wrongs against them.) While the subsequent pain of recovery was long-lasting on the physical side, the gentle freedom I felt the emotional release was wonderful.
An 80-year-old homeopath once told me years ago that he learned that, for some people, they had to go through what he termed "the cutting" or the surgery in order to feel the pain and release the "emotional demons." I agree that cutting into a cancerous tumor is a last resort and carries with it the risk of spreading the cancer. It's hard to explain this idea of "the cutting" but I feel I experienced it with the change that happened in my life after the surgery. The person I was back then no longer exists and I am better and healthier for it.
laddy111 last decade
If you can remove the emotional stress then the tumor will go .
To my way of thinking operating is as Kent said - the last resort - but in your case it led to a resolution of the problems that caused the tumor .
Funny how things work out .
passkey last decade
kuldeep last decade
i saw my friends cancer a cyst it was puss filled the dr had lanced it and hadnt got it so i did if i new now back then i wuld have used hepar sulp in low potencies like 2x her amune system was very compromised she ended up dying, she didnt have to, im so mad over this
when it first happened she'd fallen off her horse i would have given arnica and maybe bellis perennis
alangail1 last decade
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