Wednesday 7 November 2012

Cancer, Energy Healing & Possible Reasons For a Healthy Response

In early October I saw a client in Ararat, Victoria, who had cancer in her stomach and liver. She had a 7 cm and 5 cm tumour, and after the first session booked another two days later. Unknown to me she had, from the chemotherapy, been having nose bleeds and the inside of her nose was inflamed and full of sores. The sores disappeared after the first session and, according to her, every time she felt nauseous she thought about me and the feeling subsided. Initially, she contacted my host and said, (I'm paraphrasing) “ don't think that I'm crazy, but the sores have gone,” and that made her book another session. As part of her treatment, the tumours were rescanned 5 days after. They were now 3 cm and 1 cm, and the specialist had never seen anything like it.

I've been told all this second hand and don't yet have a testimonial, but the information is accurate. I believe the tumour will completely disappear, but unfortunately the chemotherapy will continue to make the client ill. I've mentioned before that I don't have any medical training or qualification, but I've been told, and if you do know, please share, that because the tumour has shrunk, the chemo will attack a higher percentage of healthy cells.

In my last post I talked about an unsuccessful cancer healing and the possible reasons why. In this healing I believe these factors contributed to the positive outcome:

Disclosure: the client fully disclosed her illness. It surprises me how many clients come for a specific reason, but won't tell me. Testing me to see if I'll find the problem limits the healing response. Often I'll find the illness regardless, but game playing agitates me and disrupts the flow of information – cellular and anatomical images, conversations with spirit and client's energy fields – I see. I know something is off, but I can't determine what it is.

Honesty: tell me how you feel, and being sceptical is fine, but being honest about it is better. Faith without expectation benefits healing, but you don't need to have faith in me. Be honest about that. I have faith, and its my job to make believers out of sceptics.

Awareness: when client's notice an improved health change, and again, I'm surprised by how many don't, the positive energy accelerates healing.

Gratitude: be grateful :).

It's not a big list, and I encourage you to read the previous post. I don't believe we should over complicate healing, and though there are many subtle influencing factors that may or may not affect the outcome, it's difficult to collect a body of evidence to prove or disprove theories.

Talk soon :).

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  1. Hi Simon, I work in Paediatric Haematology and Oncology and it is true to an extent that chemotherapy medications can and do affect healthy cells but chemotherapy regimens are titrated to the patient's exact needs ie. if the treatment is reducing the cancer then the treatment is reduced accordingly.

  2. Hi Dean, thank you for your input. I have nil medical training and I'm cautious about how I describe my work and provable and possible outcomes. It's a mystery to me. I've past immediate and surprising health responses with clients with cancer. I wish I knew the exact reason why. It may not be for the reasons I believe. Thank you again.

    1. I have been giving some thought to your discussion of awareness in the context of formulating a working relationship with your client.

      It is perculiar to me that a client, in coming to you, would not want to diclose their medical history as part of building a spiritual history. They have come to you - they might be sceptical of you - but they have come to you none the less. It is incumbent upon you to build a detailed history of your client through the process of assessment but you can only do that if the client is willing to volunteer that information.

      Physical illness, including cancer, are surely tied to the spiritual meridians (is that correct term?) therefore identification of changes in the spiritual meridians by yourself as a practitioner would be fairly easy - yes?

      Diagnosis and treatment of those changes can only be achieved effectively - just as it is in conventional medicine - by good assessment at the outset.

      I'm interested in the term "host" as it appears in your article. What does that mean?

      Also, the sores that your client described in her nose are what is referred to as mucositis. Put simply, it is inflammation of the mucosa or the lining of the nasal passages which is a common effect of chemotherapy medications. Mucositis needs to be carefully monitored as you can imagine and their are various topical as well as antiseptic/anti-inflammatory treatments that are employed to manage and minimize mucositis in cancer patients.

    2. Hi Simon, Nice article! I found you through twitter.

      It is a bit odd that the client didn't mention their condition up front, but some will do that if they are new to healing and don't know what to expeect. I'm a healer too, and at the 1st session I always ask about medical history. Whether they have depression, addictions, cancer, or just stress, etc, makes a difference to how I go about the healing session. Clients don't know that though, so it helps to explain why we ask for this information. As a healer I also want to be sure that they seek medical care and not view Energy Healing as alternative.

      To your point though, the clients belief in their own healing potential plays a big part too. I have heard that healing tends to work well with animals who have cancer, because they have no beliefs of expectations about it. By "well" I don't know if it means they respond well and perk up a bit, or if the tumor shrinks.

      With human clients, I also think its important for them to heal whatever might be going on emotionally, under the surface. Anger, resentment, etc and sometimes depression are said to be "emotional risk factors" for cancer. I'm publishing a book on the topic in the next month or two - a energy healing guide for cancer patients. it would be really nice to discuss it at some point. =)

      Regina ~ Diary of a Psychic Healer

  3. Regina, thank you for your insights. Energy healing is still viewed as alternative & even amongst practitioners many believe that it cannot on it's own be successful. This something I've challenged many healers on. They actually don't believe that it will get a result. Disclosure is important because we're working with emotion/consciousness. Those frequencies restrict the flow of information & healthy responses.

    Talk soon, Simon :)