What I Believe Causes Cancer

Why do people get cancer? Being a cancer survivor myself, I have been asking myself this question for a long time now. Scientifically, we all have circulating tumor cells, so why do some people get cancer and others don’t? Why does someone smoke a pack a day and live to 102, and someone is the “epitome of health” and they get cancer? Makes no sense right? Wrong. And let me tell you why…

Doctors don’t have an explanation as to why you get cancer when you’re a seemingly “healthy” person. What they don’t ask about is your mental health. When you go to the doctor, they focus on the disease itself, not the underlying causes. Which funny enough disease…is really DIS-ease. Your body telling you that something is not at ease. Speaking for both my mom, who passed from cancer, and myself, mental health was not AT ALL something that was brought up during ANY doctor visits. And let me tell you, both my mom and myself suffered greatly from mental health issues. Almost everyone in this day and age does, but I believe that sometimes we hold onto these issues in different parts of our bodies…which moves me onto my next point…

Our physical body. We hold onto stress in different parts of our body. Don’t believe me, read “Anatomy of the Spirit” by Caroline Myss, and then come talk to me. I also believe cancer is 100% genetic no matter what type you have. Some people will say, wait, only certain cancers are genetic…I believe ALL cancers are genetic. In my eyes, genetics are learned behaviors. Learned ways of living. A behavior creates a rippled effect into your bodies entire make-up down to the cellular level. I believe people end up having a “genetic” cancer because they have the the repeated mental issues held onto in particular part of their body. To give me and my mom as a specific example, my mom was diagnosed with Cholangiocarcinoma, a rare form of of a rare “incurable” bile duct cancer. My mom had very deep rooted issues with trust, fear, self-esteem, and was very sensitive to criticism. All of these things are solar plexus issues. Don’t know what that is? Your solar plexus is the third chakra of a seven chakra system within each of our bodies. I beat metastatic papillary thyroid cancer, and after I learned more about the disease, it came as no shock to me that that is where my cancer was located in my body. I have personally struggled with judgement and criticism of myself, using my personal power to follow my dreams, and to speak my truth. ALL fifth (throat) chakra issues. ALL as a result of my learned behaviors, and way of life that my mom instilled in me. Now I’m not saying everything my mom instilled in me was bad. The good far outweighed the bad, but these “negative” things manifested in me in a way that I was able to learn about and overcome.

I believe that my purpose on this earth was to overcome the issues that my mom tried so hard to, but was never able to. There are things that we are being asked to work through in this lifetime. When we don’t live to see these things through, like my mom, it’s meant for another lifetime to work through. I believe that my mom was meant to overcome her “issues” in another lifetime. I believe I have been given a second chance, and have made it my mission in life to strive to move beyond my “genetic issues” in this lifetime.

In short, I believe cancer comes from holding onto stress in a particular area of your body. Really think about it. Do your best to take the time you need to process things, and then LET THEM GO. NOTHING is worth dying over.

Stay strong, positive, happy and healthy!

From my heart to yours,

Maja Re

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  1. Gündem Haberleri
    Gündem Haberleri says:

    Hello there! This article couldn’t be written much better!
    Looking through this article reminds me of my previous roommate!
    He always kept preaching about this. I’ll forward this post to him.
    Pretty sure he will have a very good read. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Linnea
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