Your Secret Key to Preventing Cancer
By Dr. Peter Dobias
Today, I have decided to write on the topic of the big C word – Cancer.
For years, we have been hearing in the news that we have to “fight cancer” or “say no to cancer.”
The statistics show clearly that cancer “fights back” at an ever increasing rate and intensity. It appears that no matter how many times we say “ No” to cancer; cancer’s reply is often “Screw you!”
My life is far from being untouched by cancer. Both of my grandmothers died of cancer, my brother passed away from a brain tumor and my father died from prostate cancer. To add to all this, my brother in law was diagnosed with a brain tumor a few years ago. His diagnosis was a real shock to me. I wanted to cry out” Oh no, not again! However, deep inside I felt a shift. It was then that I realized, cancer can’t be fought, it has to be understood.
Over the years in my veterinary practice, I have always been puzzled as to why there were clients who’s animals were more prone to cancer than animals of others. There was no correlation with regards to the breed or even species. Gradually, I started to see that while so much research has been focusing on the development of new drugs, chemotherapy, surgical techniques, the effect of environment and our diet, the most important factor is commonly forgotten. Our lifestyle, our state of mind and the energetic connection between us and our pets.
During the past 100 plus years, the discoveries in genetics and DNA led us to believe that if we or our pets inherit a certain gene or disposition, we and they will suffer from the same conditions as ancestor. However, the more recent findings confirm that genes will remain dormant and unexpressed unless they are turned on by an impulse from the outside. This impulse can be from a biochemical, chemical, physical influence or even more subtle energy generated by our fears and thoughts.
Despite the old saying – “ healthy mind, healthy body” many people still believe that the “cure for cancer” comes from the outside and is dependent on the discovery of some sort of “miracle drug” that will “fight cancer.” The reality is such that despite the advance of medical science and technology, we can extend and prolong lives, but have neither found the cure for cancer nor have paid sufficient attention to its prevention.
What can you do?
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