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Zen and relax like the great white shark to cure cancer

By Julien Drouin MD

New research is adding momentum to a different vision of "cancer" and especially how to treat it.

 

This different vision is as follows:

"cancer is a wound that does not heal" (Dr. Dvorak, Harvard)

"A process of permanent healing" (Haddow, 1970)

"The same mechanisms are involved in wound repair and cancer, but in cancer, this repair process is "non-transient" (Yejing Ge, 2017)

"A wounded tissue" (Eva Vertes, Harvard) :

Injury means cellular "aggressors". When you talk about cellular aggressors, you talk about CAUSE. Who say cause say EFFICIENT TREATMENT.

We are far from the powerlessness vision : "cancer is due to hasard or bad luck".

The new research was published in PNAS and publish in many mainstream media :

"For the first time, scientists have successfully sequenced the entire genome of the great white shark. The genome is all the genetic material of an organism - its genes and DNA. A new study reveals that these sharks have 4.63 billion strands on their DNA and 41 pairs of chromosomes, a high figure compared to the 23 pairs of humans."

"Sharks are known to heal their wounds effectively, but no one knows why."

"Great white sharks and other sharks seem to be able to heal from serious injuries."

"They devote a significant part of their genome to the healing of their wounds."

"the shark genome balances these jumping genes with stabilizing genes involved in DNA repair, response and damage tolerance."

(We begin to understand why shark are protected from the wound ( cancer), if they are able to effectively heal their wounds)

"In addition to this rapid healing, sharks do not develop more cancer than humans, despite their large size. Scientists generally believe that the risk of developing cancer increases with the size and lifespan of the body, since a larger number of cells and a longer lifespan increase the possibility of DNA damage that causes cancer, but "it is rare to find a sick shark in the wild".

The fact that they do not have a higher risk of cancer suggests that something in their genome provides additional protection.

"Typical causes of shark death usually involve interactions with humans or simply their advanced age."

End of the quote.

Their genomes, rich in repairing and healing genes, are believed to be the cause of their protection. Yes and no. I think it is their emotional state that shapes and controls their DNA.

Emotions are the foundations of reality

Because apart from their confrontations with humans, which remains rather rare, sharks have no predator in the water. They are RELAX in the ocean. They do not live in conditions of survival. They do not live in fear.

It is now recognized that stress, i.e. Fear, is related to wound (cancer). In my book I hypothesize (as many others did before) that it is repressed fear that is the cause of the wound (or cancer). (available in French)

So the fact that the great white shark does not develop wounds (cancer) because it is zen and relaxed makes sense.

It is also recognized that a wound does not heal well when an individual is stressed (fear). Logically, the great white shark will quickly heal its "wounds".

An additional argument in this hypothesis is that people who experience spontaneous remissions of "cancer", such as Anita Moorjani, cured of so-called "incurable" lymphoma, is that they have all released their fears. They have changed their emotional state, to become zen and relaxed like the great white shark. So they were able to heal their wounds.

The next question is how to free yourself from fear? How to become Zen like the great white shark?

There is a very simple but powerfull exercise created by Inelia Benz : "fear processing exercice"

It is available free of charge here and the paid MP3 version (which will guide you step by step) is available here.

It is one of the main tools that will allow you to treat the cause of the injury and activate your reparative power.

You are free to do it.

See you relax in the wild !

Julien Drouin MD

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