posted on Oct, 15 2009 @ 12:24 AM
reply to post by VneZonyDostupa
You wouldn't find any through school work or research in any university, etc. The doctor I mentioned has all kinds evidence and testimonials of his
therapy on cancer patients. I'm not saying this means without a doubt that negative emotions in the brain are to blame, but there is some evidence
backing it, presented by him.
He claims that after an SEE occurs, a "clot" forms in the brain where the emotion is trapped, and actually is visible on a CAT scan. A chaotic
connection results between this area of the brain and it's corresponding region in the body. For example, someone who suffers from severe low
self-esteem and poor self-image may develop Lymphoma. Once someone finds out they have cancer, this may trigger a severe feeling of doom and death,
which would cause the cancer to spread to the lungs. It's very interesting, but I'm definitely not presenting this as fact.