So, You’ve Been Told You Have a Terminal Disease and Are Going to Die

Imagine being given a grim prognosis by your doctor, who tells you that you have only a limited time left to live. It’s a disheartening situation, to say the least. However, in such critical moments, it is crucial to maintain a sense of skepticism and to consider alternative approaches to conventional medicine. While medical science has undoubtedly made remarkable advancements, it is essential to exercise your own due diligence and explore healthy alternatives to prescription medications. In this article, we will delve into the significance of being wary of blindly following doctor’s orders and the potential benefits of researching alternative treatments to combat terminal illnesses.

Questioning the Status Quo

Your doctor’s diagnosis may seem like a definitive sentence, but it is crucial to remember that medical professionals are not infallible. Thousands of individuals facing life-threatening conditions have defied the predictions of their doctors and, astonishingly, have found themselves alive and well years later. These individuals embarked on a journey that involved questioning the prevailing medical dogmas and exploring alternatives that conventional medicine often overlooks.

The Doctor’s Paradigm

It’s important to understand that doctors are bound by their training and the knowledge they have acquired throughout their medical education. Their training often leads them to believe that certain terminal illnesses are incurable, leaving them with limited options to offer patients. Consequently, their recommendations may revolve around palliative care or strategies to manage symptoms rather than actively addressing the root causes of the illness.

Unlocking Alternative Approaches

Fortunately, there are numerous non-conventional methods that hold promise for tackling terminal illnesses and promoting overall well-being. These approaches, which prioritize holistic healing and often emphasize lifestyle changes, offer opportunities to combat diseases without relying solely on prescription medications. By exploring alternative treatments, individuals have the chance to address the underlying factors contributing to their condition and work towards long-lasting health and vitality.

A Drug-Free Path to Healing

One of the fundamental principles guiding alternative approaches is the understanding that not all solutions come in the form of a pill. While pharmaceutical drugs have their place in modern medicine, it is important to recognize that they often carry side effects and are not without risks. In some cases, these medications may merely manage symptoms rather than provide a comprehensive cure. By embracing alternative therapies, individuals can avoid the potential toxicity of pharmaceuticals and explore natural remedies that work synergistically with the body’s innate healing abilities.

Researching Healthy Alternatives

When faced with a terminal illness, it is crucial to take an active role in your own healthcare journey. Empower yourself by conducting thorough research into alternative treatments that have shown promise in addressing your specific condition. Explore complementary therapies such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, naturopathy, or energy healing. Investigate lifestyle changes, including dietary adjustments, stress management techniques, and exercise programs tailored to your needs. By combining the wisdom of traditional practices with the advancements of modern science, you can pave the way toward a more comprehensive and integrative approach to healing.

Collaborating with Medical Professionals

While advocating for alternative approaches, it is vital to acknowledge that medical professionals possess valuable expertise and can play a crucial role in your journey toward wellness. Rather than dismissing their opinions outright, seek to establish a collaborative relationship with your doctor. Share your research findings and engage in open discussions about the potential benefits of alternative treatments. In this way, you can combine the best of both worlds, drawing from both conventional medical knowledge and alternative healing modalities.

In conclusion, in the face of a terminal illness, it is understandable to experience fear and uncertainty. However, by approaching your situation with a sense of skepticism and taking the initiative to research healthy alternatives to prescription medications, you can open doors to new possibilities for healing. Remember that doctors, despite their expertise, are subject to the limitations of their training. By embracing alternative therapies, you can actively work towards addressing the root causes of your illness and strive for a healthier, more vibrant life. Embrace the power of knowledge, advocate for yourself, and embark on a journey of holistic healing that offers hope and the potential for transformation.

 

Suppressed Emotions Kill

When you bottle up your emotions, push them down, cover them up, and insist on just going on through life ignoring your feelings and living a life of emotional denial, you are committing murder. You are committing suicide because suppressed emotions kill you.

It’s a socially acceptable manner of suicide, not as blatant or open as hanging yourself, taking a bottle of pills, or as dramatic as throwing yourself off a bridge or blowing your brains out, but your suppressed emotions are killing you.

In his groundbreaking work, Bernie Siegel in Love, Medicine and Miracles: Lessons Learned about Self-Healing from a Surgeon’s Experience with Exceptional Patients, implicitly defines the number one cause of disease and premature death from medical maladies is pent-up emotions.

If caught early enough to reverse the effects of a lifetime of suppressed emotions, the patient who finds healthy ways to express himself or herself, live a better life, and find happiness, become the most exceptional patients, experiencing full reversal or remission of their condition and fatal prognosis.

Most people on Mother Nature’s death row have put themselves there by not wanting to rock the boat, express their feelings, or being proactive in looking after themselves. They accept their lot in life as being in service to others, selflessly, without any regard for looking after themselves.

If you don’t look after yourself, who will?

I pray you are ready to receive this. If you are not, there is no judgment here. After all, we’re all doing the best we can with what we have. If your heart and mind are open, consider this:

If you are living a life with health challenges, consider who you are putting first in your life. If you are not putting your own health, wellness, and happiness first, and not expressing all the emotions you keep hidden away, the things that make you sad, angry, hurt, disrespected, or unworthy, your illness(es) is of your own making.

\This includes all disease (which could be redefined as “dis-ease”). If you’re not happy, your body is not happy, and your immune system disregards your body just as much as you do. If you will not stand up and fight for you, neither will your body, and you will fall victim to disease and premature death. But you will die a hero.

Friends, family, and society will put you on a pedestal after you’ve died and tell stories about how you selflessly served others, even as your own body was suffering in decay. (Even though you may have silently wished for death to come knocking, just so you could get some peace.)

Or, you could become an exceptional patient. You could find the keys to the life you’ve always wanted and deserved, even though you may have denied yourself access to it in the past. You could uncover your unique, purpose, message, passion, and/or mission and start living a better life, your best life, and make the world a better place.

You can enjoy all the good things this life has been holding for you, just waiting for you to reach out for it, including all the love and happiness you’ve ever dreamed of.

But don’t believe me. Don’t believe Bernie Siegel, or anyone else. If you decide to change your life, while there is still time, and live the life that is your birthright, only you can do this thing. Only you can make the transformation from sickness to massively thriving by choosing to become an exceptional patient.

Every day, someone who stood at death’s door awakens and starts to live life with openness, honesty, self-love with ebullient vitality and energy, staving off any self-imposed death sentence, achieving their highest and best.

Let it be you.

You can live a better life, your best life, and make the world a better place.

Today, let it be you.