The battle against cancer has been ongoing for many decades, and many researchers and specialists appreciate the emotional connection related to the disease. For example, the famous German Oncologist, Dr. G. Hamer, came to appreciate that brain cancer and other forms of cancer begin in the brain.
Interestingly, Dr. Hamer, the head internist in an oncology clinic in Munich, had a very personal experience, which helped him recognize this connection. He had a tremendous emotional shock when his young son was shot and killed accidentally. A few months later, Dr. Hamer was diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Because of his own experience, Dr. Hamer was prompted to take a closer look at each of his cancer patients’ backgrounds and personal histories. Like him, he learned that they all had gone through some exceptionally stressful episode before developing cancer. The mind-body connection was evident.
Cancer and The Emotional Connection
Furthermore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has stated that 85 percent of all diseases appear to have an emotional element. Additionally, Dr. Johanna Budwig herself encouraged healing by treating the whole person; the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
Dr. Hamer analyzed thousands of brain-computer tomograms (CT) of his patients. He discovered that when a “traumatic shock” occurs, the experience impacts a specific, predetermined area in the brain, causing a “lesion” visible on a CT scan.
Since 1981, Dr. Hamer’s findings have been tested more than 30 times by several physicians and professional associations supported by signed documents. All documents attest to the 100% accuracy of his discoveries. After twenty years of research and therapy with over 31,000 patients, Dr. Hamer finally established, logically, and empirically how biological conflict/shock can result in cancer or other diseases. And when the conflict is resolved and addressed, the process of reversing and repairing the damage can begin.
Therefore Dr. Hamer urged his patients to address the conflict using appropriate emotional healing tools and adopt a healthy lifestyle. After a few months, the patients would return for another scan, and the area of the brain that showed the “conflict” was gone, revealing the healing process was taking place.
How Do Emotions Impact Our Health?
Perhaps you’ve heard of the following scenario: someone argues with their spouse or workmate, and the very next day, they get a pain in the neck or lower back.
Is that a coincidence? Or is this a manifestation that the body is out of harmony due to that negative interchange?
Similar scenarios that emphasize the emotional connection to cancer abound, for example:
- A woman has a conflict with a male (father, husband, brother, etc.) and later is diagnosed with breast cancer.
- Feelings of low self-worth have been linked to lymph gland cancer.
- Pancreatic cancer is related to anxiety and angry conflicts with other family members (such as over inheritance issues).
- Stomach cancer can result from bitter experiences and holding a grudge.
It’s as if those feelings of anger and resentment are stored in the person’s body and what follows is severe physical issues and ailments.
Budwig Center and Emotional Health
The Budwig Center has compiled a complete list of the most common types of cancer and the emotional factor related to that type of cancer. Also, we have put together over 40 short videos from professional emotional therapists, which you can follow in the comfort of your home or office. Most find that doing just 5 minutes of our Emotional Healing techniques for 30 days causes a very noticeable shift in their emotions and their general wellbeing.
All patients who enroll in our programs will receive the full Emotional Healing Package. So whether you visit our clinic, located in beautiful Southern Spain, to enroll in a cancer program or a wellness program, or if you opt for our Home Care Distance Program, you will benefit from the emotional therapies and techniques we offer.
The Emotional Healing Package contains over 60 pages of research and more than 40 short videos from the Budwig Center.
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