Video Transcript: The Impact of Emotions & Spirituality on Health (Part 1)
These are some of the articles from the peer-reviewed literature that talk about effects of emotions on cancer, Stressful Life and the Risk of Rectal-Colon Cancer”, Risk of Life Events and Risk of Breast Cancer”. Stress, Depression, and Immune System in Cancer”. So, the emotional risk factors for cancer are chronic exposure to stress. That raises your inflammatory cytokines and weakens your immune system. Adverse childhood experiences. That’s a large-scale study that’s done. It’s on a government website that you can go look up there. Then, lack of control. A lot of people that have cancer, especially, feel like they’re out of control. Somebody else has taken control over their life in some cases. One of my colleagues says, “If you want to get somebody well that has cancer, get them out of their house,” because usually the cause of the cancer is in their house, and oftentimes it’s the people in their house. That’s a sad commentary but it’s oftentimes true.
Okay, so Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. You don’t have to go to Vietnam or some of the other wars to have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. You can get that here in the United States from a variety of things. Depression. Alexithymia. Alexithymia is an inability to express oneself. If you can’t express yourself, you can’t get your emotions out. You can’t get freed of your emotions so that you can not have that causing disease. Lack of connections and social isolation. There’s something that’s called the nocebo effect. Most people in the audience have heard of the placebo effect. That means you think something good’s going to happen, and it does because you think something good’s going to happen. Well, the nocebo is the opposite of that. You think something bad’s going to happen, and it does because you think something bad’s going to happen. That’s true for cancer. It’s true for cardiovascular disease. There’s one from the peer-reviewed literature on cardiovascular disease. So, don’t get into that nocebo attitude. Negative words from doctors, if believed, can kill you.
You need to take those words that were spoken over you, if they were negative, and cast them out of you like a demon. Unfortunately, oftentimes family members can also speak those things over you, not maybe maliciously, or intently, but they speak it over you, and it can still be like a curse. So you got to get it out. Never say or think that healing is not possible. My belief is that with God, all things are possible, all things. Reject all ideas of being a victim and choose to, instead, become a victor. Yeah, no matter what your disease. “Take every thought captive to the full obedience,” right? You’ve heard that verse before?
Joyce Meyer wrote a great book called “Battlefield of the Mind.” If you’ve not read that, that’s a worthwhile read. There’s four sources of thought. Thoughts can either heal us, or they can kill us. There’s a sequential thought which is, basically, related to something you were just now thinking. That didn’t come from the outside, it comes from inside you. Then, there’s thoughts from others. That’s also from the outside. Sequential thoughts and thoughts from others, those are from people.
Now, there’s also spontaneous thoughts. The spontaneous thought can either come from the Creator of the Universe, God, or it can come from evil, or the devil. It would be really good to know which, right? So, if you dwell on the thought and you get perfect peace, that’s God. That’s the Creator of the Universe talking to you because the devil and the evil in the world can’t give you peace. So that’s helpful, isn’t it? So, when you’re trying to figure out a difficult decision, get quiet, get still, and listen for the Creator to speak to you. Once you hear a thought, you start dwelling on it. The more you dwell on it, the more peace you get, that was God. Go with it. Go with that. After rejecting a negative thought, pick a positive to dwell on. This is a quote from Philippians 4:8, “Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable, if anything is excellent or worthy of praise think about, or dwell on, these things.” Now, if you catch yourself thinking about something that doesn’t fit in that list, then stop it!
The emotional release to resolve disease. The body holds onto physical toxins in specific areas of the body, and those emotions get trapped there and cause the trapping of physical toxins in that location. The toxins that get trapped in that location create an environment to grow bugs. The bugs come in and produce biotoxins, and that produces more toxins, and a vicious cycle gets going. You want to stop that cycle. So, what you want to do is get rid of the emotions. That’s the highest up in the chain, right? If you get rid of the emotions, the physical toxins release. When the physical toxins release, the bugs say, “Where’s our nice environment that we were living in?” And they leave. So, pretty soon, you have a good situation in that organ.
Different emotions in different organs. Kidneys fear primarily, kidney and urinary bladder. If you’re talking about liver/gallbladder, it’s mostly anger. If you’re talking about colon, that’s mostly sadness and grief. If you’re talking about lungs, it can be sadness or grief, or it could be fear of death of a loved one or a relationship. Different emotions in different places. That’s where you’re going to see the physical toxins accumulating. That’s where you’re going to see the microbes accumulating. That’s where you’re going to see the cancer developing. That’s where you’re going to see the other chronic disease developing. Clear the emotion, and all the rest of that stuff goes away.