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It’s an unusual (and fortunate) person who hasn’t had someone they know or love fall victim to cancer. The United Nations’ Cancer Research Agency tells us cancer will kill more than 13.2 million people a year by the year 2030. So if you are worried you will suffer or die with cancer, it’s a completely natural reaction.  There IS cause for concern. That’s why now more than ever it’s so important to arm yourself with facts.

What causes cancer?

At the risk of sounding overly simplistic, cancers are caused by physical and emotional factors. Chemicals, endocrine disrupting substances, and radiation are the root physical causes. When normal healthy cells are exposed to these agents they begin to multiply and grow uncontrollably, yet they never die. When cells don’t die as they are programmed to do, cancer begins to develop. Abnormal cells start raging out of control.

There’s a lot of evidence suggesting that cancer has emotional roots as well. Grief, stress, hate, repressed anger, and resentment are harmful, negative emotions that can lead to cancer development. According to some theories, traumatic events that cause these negative emotions actually imprint themselves into our cells. This forms a type of cellular memory.

Cellular Memories

These destructive cellular memories result in toxic internal stress. Both conventional and alternative health professionals agree that stress causes a multitude of diseases, including cancer.

Moving forward, unless you remove the root cause of the disease, healing will not happen.  And though surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation may remove a tumor, they don’t remove the cellular memories lurking in ALL cells that may have created the cancer in the first place. For this reason, cancer frequently returns.

Obviously, you won’t find this discussed in mainstream medicine. This is definitely an unconventional topic because it deals with an alternative approach to healing. Unconventional treatments are rarely given credence in conventional medical communities. However, that doesn’t mean they should be ignored.

Energy healing is an unconventional treatment that should merit attention.

There is a powerful healing technology being discussed in alternative health circles called The Healing Codes. Energy healing as a whole is slowly, inch by inch, becoming accepted into the mainstream. Even Dr. Oz states that energy medicine is legitimate and could possibly be “the next big frontier in medicine.”

So, what are The Healing Codes?

In a nutshell, the healing codes are an energy healing technology. They don’t have anything to do with Chakras, Emotional Freedom Techniques, or Reike. They’re don’t have anything to do with spiritual or hands-on healing.

But according to Dr. Alexander Lloyd, a prominent psychologist and founder of The Healing Codes, this methodology goes straight to the root of any health condition and eliminates it. Healing occurs without any medical treatment such as surgery or drugs.

Through this unorthodox procedure, the immune system is restored to optimum functionality, making cells impervious to disease. And those already stricken by illness are restored to health. This is what happens when cellular memories are healed of their destructive energy.

What? Destroying cancer with your fingertips?

That’s part of what The Healing Codes involve. Fingertips of both hands direct healing energy towards four different healing centers in the body. Through this mechanism destructive cellular memories are cleared or “melted” away and the immune system is reactivated.

Obviously, there’s much more to it and not everyone will have an open mind about energy medicine. However, for those who are willing to suspend disbelief, they may discover that energy healing has actually worked in numerous documented cases.  Even if you’ve been fortunate enough to avoid cancer thus far, other unhealthy conditions could quite possibly benefit from energy healing. It’s worth exploring.

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