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    I stopped smoking over ten years ago and not had one single ciggy in all that time, don't even want one. However, it now appears that I have gone and contracted Lung cancer, albeit small and detected early. Around 30% of ex smokers do apparently contract it.

    Here's the thing. Why am i not worried in the slightest? I'm more worried for my wife and kids being upset. Like I said, it's small and was detected early so easily removable and beatable, according to the quacks.

    Since i started to open up to all the possibilities of life and the universe etc etc etc I now feel that death really doesn't scare me, I look at it as "going home". Am I deluding myself or could this really be my next experience about to start? Obviously I don't want to peg it, but I'm just not bothered if it goes that way. Is that wrong of me? My only concern is that of my family and making sure they keep their peckers up.
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    Hi simonm, sorry to hear about the lung cancer, i hope your treatment goes well and you make a full recovery for you and your family.
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    You may not be worried because you will take care of it. And have full recovery. Please, take care of yourself, even if death does not frighten you, which is good, there is better ways to go.

    I seen my dad go with a lung cancer, and for myself, I would rather chose another way to go.

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    Quote Posted by Flash (here)
    You may not be worried because you will take care of it. And have full recovery. Please, take care of yourself, even if death does not frighten you, which is good, there is better ways to go.

    I seen my dad go with a lung cancer, and for myself, I would rather chose another way to go.
    Sorry if my post appeared flippant, i sincerely didn't mean it to be. My father in law died of the same thing, hence I remembered his initial symptoms and that's why I decided to get them checked out. I do eat and drink good quality produce and stay clear of all evil additives. I exercise regularly and generally look after myself. I have "upped" my intake of B17 related pips and seeds and also my Vit D and C. I do feel relaxed and confident at beating it. Many thanks for your concern and again, apologies.
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    Hi Simonm, i can relate to what u are saying about going home, i find this world a hard place in which to live.I also can relate to the family concerns.For me, i try to look at the biggest picture which shows me that a greater plan is at work, be it my Higher self/God/gods/karma/lessons to be learned this time around whatever else that may be at hand.I would put my best into healing whichever way is right for you,and be at peace-then youve done your best,

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    Oh gosh. You sound very brave, but you need to ask yourself whether you actually are. Denial being stage one, etc.

    Remember, you have the power to heal yourself. As you do, you might want to consider letting those defenses down and letting your loved ones care for you. The power of their love combined is infinitely more healing.

    Death will only be a possible outcome if you allow it to be. You state it doesn't bother you. Now you have to decide how you will manage the karma if you allow that to happen. Having a family builds karma and you are responsible for your actions that affect their emotional state.

    Please send out a signal if you want blessings. Don't want to do anything to affect your outcome unless it is wanted.

    XOXO

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    Quote Posted by AriG (here)
    Oh gosh. You sound very brave, but you need to ask yourself whether you actually are. Denial being stage one, etc.

    Remember, you have the power to heal yourself. As you do, you might want to consider letting those defenses down and letting your loved ones care for you. The power of their love combined is infinitely more healing.

    Death will only be a possible outcome if you allow it to be. You state it doesn't bother you. Now you have to decide how you will manage the karma if you allow that to happen. Having a family builds karma and you are responsible for your actions that affect their emotional state.

    Please send out a signal if you want blessings. Don't want to do anything to affect your outcome unless it is wanted.

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    Have you ever healed yourself of cancer?
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    Good luck to you, whichever form of treatment you try.

    I'm of the same opinion regarding the "not being scared" bit, if we're all infinite consciousness - which I firmly believe we are - then there is nothing to fear. I feel that "death" is merely the transitioning of one "physical" form to another, whatever that may be. There's enough testimony available to suggest that "death" as we know it isn't the be-all and end-all.
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    From how you describe your acceptance of the concerning news it seems like you're handling it very well. If your family aren't at the same spiritual level you are they will not accept it the same way and I suppose seeing their pain and fear is going to be more traumatizing than your diagnosis. If you are going to explain your lack of fear of dying they need to know your beliefs for this or else they could see it as you don't mind leaving them. It's difficult for people to understand that if someone no longer fears death they still have a strong will to live. In fact the more spiritually aware you become the more important life on this planet becomes. Honesty is the best policy, I don't believe trying to protect people by leaving out information does anyone any good, even the younger members of the family are better with all the facts. What may seem trivial or unnecessary to you could fill in some big gaps for others trying to get their heads round the situation.
    You don't mention how old your kids are but from my own experiences even the youngest children appreciate the truth, they are very good at making up answers if the information is not provided and explained to them. This leads to emotional baggage for later life. Unfortunately children are even more programmed to cancer ultimately leading to death.
    Even if there is a lot of crying, which I'm sure they will be, don't hold back on the information you give your family. (just my opinion, you know your family better than anyone )
    Experiencing pain and suffering is the gateway to joy and happiness.
    It's chronic pain that prevents the gateway opening.

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    Quote Posted by gigha (here)
    Quote Posted by AriG (here)
    Oh gosh. You sound very brave, but you need to ask yourself whether you actually are. Denial being stage one, etc.

    Remember, you have the power to heal yourself. As you do, you might want to consider letting those defenses down and letting your loved ones care for you. The power of their love combined is infinitely more healing.

    Death will only be a possible outcome if you allow it to be. You state it doesn't bother you. Now you have to decide how you will manage the karma if you allow that to happen. Having a family builds karma and you are responsible for your actions that affect their emotional state.

    Please send out a signal if you want blessings. Don't want to do anything to affect your outcome unless it is wanted.

    XOXO
    Have you ever healed yourself of cancer?
    Not a diagnosed cancer, butI have healed myself of Rheumatoid arthritis.

    Your post was divisive and inappropriate. Let's not create negative energy here.

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    Having the power to heal yourself doesn't necessarily mean destroying the disease. Healing yourself will ensure that whatever the outcome you will be at peace spiritually.
    By destroying the mind cancer the physical cancer becomes less 'damaging' to the body as a whole.
    Experiencing pain and suffering is the gateway to joy and happiness.
    It's chronic pain that prevents the gateway opening.

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    Quote Posted by gigha (here)
    Quote Posted by AriG (here)
    Oh gosh. You sound very brave, but you need to ask yourself whether you actually are. Denial being stage one, etc.

    Remember, you have the power to heal yourself. As you do, you might want to consider letting those defenses down and letting your loved ones care for you. The power of their love combined is infinitely more healing
    Death will only be a possible outcome if you allow it to be. You state it doesn't bother you. Now you have to decide how you will manage the karma if you allow that to happen. Having a family builds karma and you are responsible for your actions that affect their emotional state.

    Please send out a signal if you want blessings. Don't want to do anything to affect your outcome unless it is wanted.

    XOXO
    Have you ever healed yourself of cancer?
    Not a diagnosed cancer, butI have healed myself of Rheumatoid arthritis.

    Your post was divisive and inappropriate. Let's not create negative energy here.
    So sorry I did not realize that asking a question was being "divisive"
    I must pay more attention.

    gigha

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    Death will only be a possible outcome if your soul is calling you in. It has nothing to do with what your mind thinks about it and what your mental longings may be.

    Mentally you may come to terms with a potential death and accept that this possibilty may be yours, but still that will not really change what outcome is to come your way. Ultimately it is a soul decison and unless you have just excellent contact with your higher self you may not have access to the greater plan.

    If your soul deems that you are to continue to live you will attract to yourself the healing modality that will work and you will accumulate all the learning that will go with that.

    It is best to be at peace with what ever potential reality gains momentum. Less stress means that your days will be filled with better quality experience.
    That is the name of the game of life anyway isnt it? To make your days filled here with quality experience?

    I am familiar with a case of lung cancer cure with the use of baking soda given intraveniously. You would requrie a physicians assistence to do this as careful monitoring is requried and Im not sure how you would go about finding such a doctor in the UK... someone else might know.
    But it is my opinion that IV injection of baking soda may not be requried. Oral administration is likely sufficient.

    I am also familiar with a case of lung cancer cured by inhaling ozone gas every night for several months. I have this testimonial on my website and I have communicated with the person involved several times over the years. I will look for the story and post the link here when I find it. If it were me I would treat with ozone gas, but I have been trained as an ozone therapist and I am quite familiar with it as well as all the lies that have been presented reqarding the use of ozone gas. There are ozone therapists in the UK, but they too may be subject to some of the lies regarding their very own therapy as these lies are highly promoted by ozone organizations. I would also take ozone by IV in direct injections. the case that I provide the link to below appears to be much more serious than yours. Along with breathing it in at hight I would also do ear insufflations, that is putting the gas into the ears for lung cancer tends to spread to the brain and ear insufflation would help prevent that. Direct IV injection will help witht that also but also will help prevent it from spreading to the bone.

    Ideally sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and ozone can be used together with the baking soda in the day and the ozone at night.

    Of course all you do with nutrition will help also to keep your overall health up and you may want to look into the gerson therapy or the hoxey therapy. Both therapies require the use of lugols iodine. If you latch onto a group of Hoxey products that dont have the iodine you dont have the real deal. Keep looking.

    http://www.healthsalon.org/58/cancer...ozone-therapy/

    http://www.healthsalon.org/13/ozone-therapy/

    Ginger may be supportive no matter what treatment you select
    http://www.livestrong.com/article/46...cancer-ginger/

    other helpful herbs
    http://www.livestrong.com/article/45...r-lung-cancer/
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    I am sorry to hear about this Simon.

    Keep your chin up and fight, for you and your family. Life is worth fighting for.

    For what it is worth, I did read about a fruit juice diet (added: organic) combined with colloidal silver to be effective in various ways for cancer treatment.
    Some info (of various kinds) in this post: http://colloidalsilversecrets.blogsp...nd-cancer.html

    Perhaps ask your doctor if it is safe for you to use silver while being treated. I would NOT substitute regular treatment, just for the record. I am more thinking along the lines of increasing the treatment success rate.

    I am confident you have the strength to get through this!

    Take care and all the best wishes for a speedy recovery

    Tommy
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    Default Re: Lung Cancer.

    Congratulations, as an EX smoker of ten years, you now find you have lung cancer. Of course they will tell you its all your fault for indulging in the first place, which is the biggest load of hogwash ever.
    Be reassured, that even NON smokers contract lung cancer and again this is blamed on passive smoking.

    Cancer is a product of POOR DIET

    Change your diet. EXCLUDE ALL cooking oils, without exception. EXCLUDE dairy and EXCLUDE commercial sugars. EXCLUDE red meat
    Select your diet by INCLUDING vegetables INCLUDE fruit INCLUDE nuts and INCLUDE berries

    If you food shop in a supermarket, buy commercially manufactured food products or thrive on fast food then your cancer will worsen and grow. Good luck.

    Thanks for sharing, namaste

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    Simonm--

    My best wishes to you and your family.

    Bruce Lipton speaks of "epigenetics," wherein instructions for the activation of genes come from outside the genes, meaning that your thoughts about what you want the genes to do are the power.

    Kryon (as channelled by Lee Carrol) states that our genes/DNA, without conscious direction from us, will do as originally programmed.

    These two (and others) exhort us to talk to our cells and tell them what we now want them to do (e.g., heal our bodies).

    If it's in keeping with our greater good, we will heal. (Greater good = the big picture of why we're here and what we're meant to do/learn/share)

    My belief is that you can heal yourself if it's appropriate for you to do so.

    Again, best wishes to you.


    Peace Love Joy & Harmony,
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    Quote Posted by Snoweagle (here)
    Congratulations, as an EX smoker of ten years, you now find you have lung cancer. Of course they will tell you its all your fault for indulging in the first place, which is the biggest load of hogwash ever.
    Be reassured, that even NON smokers contract lung cancer and again this is blamed on passive smoking.
    I agree. I doubt this case is caused by smoking... but they will tell you that. Most lung cancer IS NOT caused by smoking.

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    Hi again simonm,
    Do you know what type of lung cancer your consultant has diagnosed you with?
    Eg small cell lung cancer or none small cell lung cancer.
    In the past i've been told that small cell lung cancer is often caused through passive smoking, therefore non small cell cancer is caused through the smoking of cigarettes.
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    This is about using ozonated water.

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    Hi Simonm,

    Since now is the season of the danewort thicket, you can make remedy out of it - takes all the s**t out of the lungs.
    I will explain how to do it here. Even if you are not interested, somebody else might be ...

    here it is:

    You pick onli the well ripe fruits (the green are poisonous).

    Use fork to take the fruit out of the branches in glass jar. Put 1 row danewort thicket 1 row sugar. Like this:

    Cover the jar with gauze.
    Let it stay for 2 weeks.
    Filter it in a dark, glass bottle (don't squeeze the fruits).
    Take 1 spoon every morning before breakfast.

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