*Or How to stop fighting and victimizing ourselves in relation to cancer
Cancer is a word that is feared by most of us, it represents physical illness and ultimately it represents death. We usually want to ‘free ourselves from cancer’ or ‘heal ourselves from it’ but we never understand how it is that we have created it ourselves in the first place, which is how the whole thing about ‘healing’ is usually misunderstood, because we can instead focus on Preventing something rather than having to manage consequences based on the physical law of ‘action and reactions’ where participating/creating something that is not self-supportive repeatedly, eventually creates an outflow, a result that we most likely define as an illness, an unfortunate situation that we actually then have to walk through to its completion.
Us humans like to believe that cancer is something that ‘hits us’ and we have no say in it, but based on the research that has been done at an interdimensional level, cancer is something that we are entirely responsible for even from past generations. How I see it is that everything that we accumulate that is of mind and therefore not of living creation, not of living words, not of living principles starts stacking up as information, data, energetic experiences that we go generating, accumulating in our very own body as ‘cancerous cells’ yet not directly deciding to take responsibility for that part of ourselves, that expression of ourselves in a supportive manner.
An example is self-deception, where we lie to ourselves that we are ‘alright’ and ‘nothing is up’ and ‘we are fine’ – yet we have a plethora of things that are making us physically uncomfortable and we’re not opening them up, not deliberately looking at them to ‘process them’ which means to understand the experience we are creating, to see how we are participating in our day to day living, to see where and how we are focusing more of our time and space in our day to day in problems, in keeping other people or situations outside of ourselves in our heads and so not really focusing on our self-creation, which practically means deciding to take responsibility for our minds, for our experiences in a way that one can ensure we are not propagating a problem, an emotional experience or unresolved issue into our own bodies manifesting it as a form of ‘stuckness’ or ‘layering’ of sorts that eventually causes mind possessions – where one is spiraling from one problem into another with ‘no solutions’ apparently on sight – and eventually illnesses and so could as well over time form cancer.
But who is creating this to ourselves? We are, entirely.
Here a fascinating premise to consider is how we believe that our experiences, our ‘mind problems’ as emotions or feelings or any other aspect that we keep revolving in our heads are an ‘invisible’ therefore, doesn’t affect ourselves– when in fact, it surely does: our minds and bodies are actually one single unit where the body is affected by everything that we participate in our minds.
To me a very essential form of looking at cancer is every single moment where we are in our minds, creating an emotional experience, remaining ‘stuck’ in a problem which means suppressing it, using a ‘fear’ as a reason to not look into it, because we usually dislike realizing what we’ve done to ourselves and so make it really much bigger than what it actually is – which is how we shoot ourselves in the leg so to speak, when in fact it could be very easy to walk through it through writing, speaking and writing self-forgiveness and deciding to deliberately let go of our problems – lol, why do we even have to ‘remind’ ourselves that we should let go of all that is dysfunctional in our lives? It really is a ‘no brainer’ but I am very aware of how we are using our mind and preprogramming as an excuse to not actually do the work it takes to really change. Instead we usually keep rehashing an experience within ourselves, a particular set of thoughts that I have been tolerating every day there, habits, patterns in me that I know are Not constructive, that are not a platform from which we can grow, develop or transcend the old to create the new. If I am aware of this all, then, who am I within every moment’s decision to keep ‘in the same problem’ ‘stuck’ with no solution? It’s me abdicating my own responsibility to what I create and feed as my experience in my mind.
If we look at how we exist in our minds and how we ‘operate’ in our day to day living, it’s very clear why there’s this upsurge of cancer in the world and it most likely won’t ‘end’ until we realize how we are essentially poisoning ourselves with our minds’ experiences, disregarding the physical body, sucking the body dry to power up usually very destructive, self-sabotaging and damaging emotional and feeling patterns in which we have learned to ‘live’ with, which is actually a coping mechanism, not a living one.
It’s easy to see ‘health’ as something that we can create by good eating habits and exercising and keeping an eye on the various levels of nutriments in our bodies but, if we do this while forgetting where we stand within ourselves as in ‘who we are in our minds’ that also plays an essential role in defining health, then we are prone to eventually find out that we can be screwing up even the best eating or exercising habits and nutrients if we haven’t yet changed who we are in thought, word and deed.
How I relate cancer creation in my life is whenever I am ‘stuck’ in my head, thinking about stuff that I know is only creating an obstacle for me to move into self-creation. In a way it means being stuck in patterns of the past, stuck in a personality pattern for example as the ‘me’ that I used to be before that doesn’t see a way through, that doesn’t create solutions, that dislikes anything that is of actual potential and finds comfort in ‘sameness’ without pushing to actually expand or grow.
And lately based on the points I’ve been opening up in my mind and process is seeing how I practically create this ‘cancer’ as a form of ‘bitterness’ to all things that represent, signify or are the living representation of growth, development, enjoyment and all the general good stuff in life, where the usual way to ‘relate’ to it is to go into a form of bitterness about it which means I suppress my own ability to stand equal to those examples, potential, enjoyment, growth, essentially it’s shooting myself in the leg when it comes to self-creation because of perceiving it ‘too good to be true’ when in fact, this comes up in me because I am not focusing on living that as myself, creating such potential in my life.
This is Not a nice one to identify, I can assure that, but it is then with identifying it that I am busy with changing these ‘small’ experiences in my day to day living and so practically standing up/changing myself every time I see this experience opening up in me again.
I can assure us all that we all know there are aspects we want and have to change in our lives, and the ultimate question is: why haven’t I done so yet? What am I waiting for? Why do I always only considering changing once that consequence knocks on my door? And this is what happens with cancer where we are aware of habits, patterns, attitudes, experiences that we get physically uncomfortable/in pain, physically tight and struggle with in our day to day – those are precisely the points to look at, for example, why do I refuse to let go of a fear? why do I refuse to open up this ‘secret’ within myself? Why do I want to hold on to this really nasty experience within me? Because that’s what we are doing when not wanting to open up an experience, a thought, an emotional reaction that we physically know is creating a drag on us / or rather that we are imposing a drag on ourselves as our physical body – and that’s why a manifested consequence such as cancer can be a great reminder of all the bits and points that we ‘let go by’ without active and deliberate self-awareness to take responsibility for those points and change them.
What does it say about ourselves as humanity to see the upsurge of cancer numbers everywhere? It means there’s a hell of a lot of need for understanding the responsibility to our bodies, to our minds, to our everyday experiences, to how we define ‘health’ and incorporate mental sanity in that definition as well, because we give far too little attention to what is constantly ‘up there’ as all those thoughts and experiences churning in our minds, so: when are we going to decide to ‘take those points on’, to stand up in those moments and decide to take responsibility for it all?
That’s the least we can do, that’s the point of self-change if one realizes the need to stop cancer in this world. It starts with self, it’s not something to ‘battle’ or ‘fight against’ because We are creating it, each one of us, in various ways – and this is not to then victimize ourselves in saying ‘we are the cancer of the world’ and give up and walk away from our responsibility that is here within ourselves and in our without as ‘the world system’ and its outflows that are visible to us all in this world.
Here, I definitely make an emphasis in focusing on ourselves first, our very minds, our very bodies, our day to day decisions that we make where each moment represents a choice: do I decide to remain stuck and repeating the ‘same old me’ that I know is killing me slowly/not allowing me to live? Or do I decide to deliberately apply self-awareness in those moments that I already Know and have identified as ‘my weakness’, ‘my point’ to strengthen, to walk through, to find and source solutions for.
It is only US that stand as an obstacle to not do this, it is only us that can decide to keep a hold of the poisonous/self-destructive thoughts, emotions, feelings, reactions that keep us in a repetitive pattern of death, but not actually living. If we know them, if we have identified them, if we can ‘see them’ in our every moment, then what are we waiting for to do something about it?
If we really want to ‘prevent’ cancer or ‘eradicate cancer’ we have to start looking within ourselves first, instead of making it a thing that ‘the UN tries to give funds to for science to catch up to realizing ‘wow, it’s self created, it’s mind created, we can prevent it with proper self-responsibility of one’s mind and so one’s living decisions!’
We’ll get there some day, but for now, best is to be aware of what is already available as an explanation and source of awareness about cancer and suppressions through Eqafe.com, It certainly changes one’s view on ‘cancer’ and so many other things that we tend to see as some ‘external creation’ with some ‘external causes’ where we don’t like seeing our very own hand and participation in its creation – yet, as with everything, realizing this, being willing to acknowledge this takes self-honesty and that’s the kind of principle to develop and nurture in our lives so that cancer and many other diseases and disasters we have created, can finally cease to exist. Realizing this is not a ‘drag’ or ‘sad’ or anything like that, it is actually empowering to know ‘we do it to ourselves’ because then we have also the actual ability to prevent it, ourselves.
World change starts within self, all-ways.
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