Breast Cancer & German New Medicine
Biological conflicts may be sexual, procreative or territorial (nest) in nature.
Dr. Hamer‘s research demonstrates there are two basic types of breast cancer, glandular (lobular) and intraductal.
Let’s take a look at glandular.
The biological conflict associated with glandular breast cancer, e.g. is a territorial nest-worry (the worry over the well-being of a loved one), an argument or quarrel regarding a nest or family member. The relationship is vital as it will determine which breast is involved. If the conflict is too distressing to process, e.g. the shock of one’s child critically injured and in the hospital, the weight of the distress is taken off of the psyche and shifted to the body or organ, in this case the breast. A proliferation of glandular breast cells (tumor) will begin during the conflict active phase, serving the biological purpose of increasing glandular tissue in order to produce more milk, i.e. nutrition for the nest member in need; this is a special adaptation program in play reflective of the very specific biological conflict associated with the breast, nourishment. The moment the conflict is resolved, the cell augmentation will stop. The cell buildup that occurred during the conflict active phase will now degrade via bacteria. During the healing phase, pain, swelling and even nipple discharge may become evident.
The discharge serving the purpose of a ‘relief-valve’ which will release some of the pressure from the swelling within the breast tumor. If the mass is close to the surface there is the potential of perforation. If certain bacteria are absent – the mass will be walled off and calcify, eventually identified as a benign cyst.
Consultations entail a form of an investigative dialogue or emotional detective work specifically directed to search the consciousness and unearth the unique conflict-shock. We focus on its identification and resolution (if appropriate) only.
Our protocol differs significantly from that of our contemporaries as we never encourage a member to abstain from or stop conventional western medical treatments. Our approach is to leave the doctoring to the medical experts, yet support the client emotionally by resolving the root issue that originated in the consciousness.
In the next blog we will discuss an intraductal breast cancer.
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