Posted by Karen Degen on 22nd April 2013
Dr. Christiane Northrup says that women who tend to be most at risk for breast cancer are those who have difficulty nurturing themselves and receiving pleasure. Her co-president of the American Holistic Medical Association in the early ‘90s was Bernie Siegel, a pediatric surgeon from Yale who said to her ‘I have come to see that the fundamental problem most patients face is the inability to love themselves.” This is the most common trait I see in my clients and something EFT is wonderful at changing. It is not only our thoughts and emotions towards ourselves that affect our health, but those towards others. A study published in 2008 in the Archives of Internal Medicine concluded that women who didn’t have regular breast cancer screenings probably had the same number of occurrences of breast cancer, but their bodies had somehow corrected the abnormalities on their own. Dr. Northrup commented “Of course, this makes complete sense, because your immune system is set up to recognize and destroy cancers in the right environment”. “The right environment, of course, is enough sleep, a low-glycemic diet, enough vitamin D, and alsoregular handling of resentments, anger, grief, and loss.” What is the emotional environment of your body? If you’d like a professional opinion I can give you a free emotional health check. Just contact me and I’ll send you the one page assessment form.