In the realm of medical science, certain diseases have been deemed incurable for decades, leaving millions around the world grappling with the daunting challenges posed by conditions such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, diabetes, lupus, Lyme disease, and even the common cold. However, an alternative perspective emerges, challenging the notion of incurability and shedding light on groundbreaking approaches that have yielded promising results. What are the reasons behind the perception of incurability, and how can alternative methodologies developed by courageous individuals help to eliminate these seemingly insurmountable health challenges?
The Incurability Myth
Traditionally, society is conditioned to believe that diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s are inherently incurable. This perspective is reinforced by the substantial funds raised annually by various medical societies and foundations dedicated to these diseases, all claiming to be in pursuit of a cure. However, challenging this prevailing narrative, we delve into the groundbreaking work of innovative doctors who have developed protocols to tackle these supposedly incurable diseases.
Deepak Chopra, M.D., Combined insights from Ayurveda with Western medicine, neuroscience, and physics and discovered a “network of intelligence” in the human genome with incredible potential to defeat cancer, heart disease, and aging. His conclusions became the basis for Quantum Healing.
The Paradigm Shift
By acknowledging that diseases are not inherently incurable, a shift in perspective allows us to explore the groundbreaking work of both degreed and non-degreed medical professionals who have successfully developed protocols to address major health challenges. These protocols focus on eliminating the root causes of the diseases, thereby paving the way for the body’s natural healing processes to take on the responsibility of defending, rebuilding, and rehabilitating itself. Our ability to self-heal is an incredible gift from God.
According to Andrew Weil, M.D., author of Spontaneous Healing, subtitled, How to Discover and Embrace Your Body’s Natural Ability to Maintain and Heal Itself, the body is so incredible that it can heal itself. He calls it “spontaneous healing” and insists it is not a miracle at all but a fact of biology. Weil says we are born with this natural healing system.
Overcoming Fibromyalgia: A Case in Point
Consider fibromyalgia, a condition often labeled as incurable. The proposed solution involves identifying and eliminating the invading factors causing the disease. By addressing these root causes, individuals can potentially witness the disappearance of their fibromyalgia symptoms. Once the invaders are neutralized, the focus can then shift to aiding the body in repairing any damage sustained during the illness. A hundred people no longer have fibromyalgia today, and a hundred more will be set free tomorrow. This can also be said for any disease. There is no need to suffer, even though the American Medical Association might maintain otherwise.
The path to overcoming incurable diseases is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Each individual’s body responds uniquely to various interventions. Therefore, a key aspect of this alternative perspective involves conducting individualized research to uncover solutions that have worked for others. By sharing experiences and insights, a community of individuals dealing with similar health challenges can collectively share information as they explore myriad possibilities and embark on individual journies toward reclaiming their lives.
It Comes Down to You
Are you willing and able to take responsibility for your own health and well-being? I think back to when I relied on the advice of my medical doctor alone. While I still respect her impeccably, I now have another doctor (of natural nutrition) with whom I also consult, and I do a lot of research and information gathering on my own. I have faced incurable diseases head-on and found my own way around these challenges. Today, I feel as though I could face any disease head-on and defeat it victoriously. Based on my experience and understanding, I no longer believe in disease.
When I think back about how my life could have been, living with a lifelong learning disability and dying from cancer, I wouldn’t be able to write these words today. I feel like I am in charge of my life, but I keep relatively silent about my chosen path.
Many people I am related to and care about would never consider any of the alternative therapeutic solutions that I have tried. They would have rebuked or belittled me for doing so if they knew. Therefore, I keep my ideas and methods to myself and pray for them.
What breaks my heart the most is to watch the people I love waste away and lose their lives by clinging so fervently to the ideas promoted by the powers that be. When I ask them if they might like to try an alternative therapeutic approach, they reject the idea vehemently, barking an objection at me because such an idea would be preposterous. So, they check into the hospital, get the surgery, and take the poison, complaining about the pain, discomfort, and misery of it all the way until they are released from the medical drama and trauma by letting go of this life altogether.
Think About It
Challenging the conventional belief in the incurability of certain diseases opens up new avenues for exploration and discovery. By understanding that diseases are not inherently incurable, individuals can empower themselves to seek out alternative approaches developed by pioneering doctors. The shift in perspective encourages a focus on personalized solutions, allowing individuals to take charge of their health and harness a life free from the shackles of incurable diseases. Ultimately, the goal is to rekindle the joy of life, moving away from mere endurance and towards the fulfillment of a healthy, vibrant existence.