A friend, who healed himself of cancer with MMS – oxygen therapy,  forwarded me an article today about the healing process, which I loved so much, I had to share with you.

In summary, it talks about the fact that healing occurs (for a number of diseases) when cells are oxygenated.  So it would seems that you only need to flood the body with oxygen and you’d be healed.. BUT… some cells are able to receive the oxygen, and some aren’t.  Why?  Because only cells which are open can receive the oxygen.  When they are closed, no oxygen can penetrate, and illness ensues, or continues.

What makes a cell open or closed to receiving the life giving oxygen?  The cells are open or closed depending on whether the body is ruled by the parasympathetic or sympathetic nervous system.  When you are in a relaxed state of mind, your body is ruled by the parasympathetic nervous system and all is well in your world.

When you are stressed out, the sympathetic “Fight, flight or paralysis” nervous system kicks in, the bood gets diverted to the muscles which are useful to fight or flee, and the cells close up.  They cannot accept all the incoming oxygen.  Your body is stressed out, whether you recognize the stress or not, because this mecanism will kick in even if the stress is subtle, such as nagging thoughts, worry, low grade resentment.

What makes you stressed out is your interpretation of your life’s circumstances, it is not the circumstances themselves.  Some people can thrive in one circumstance that someone else would feel totally stressed out by.

“The key to properly dealing with stress is not necessarily to remove yourself from stressful situations but to neutralize the wrong beliefs that cause you to interpret the situation as stressful in the first place.”

It is more efficient to focus on neutralizing the wrong survival patterns, not the wrong beliefs, because there are only a few survival patterns that support all the discordant beliefs systems in your subconscious.

If you focus on the beliefs level of the brain, you can be in healing therapy for years. You’d be hunting for all the beliefs systems in your subconscious mind, as
you have lots and lots of belief systems!

There is a new and much more profound way of healing yourself.  Underlying the belief systems level in the brain, is a much deeper level of the brain, the very simplistic “fight, flight, paralysis” survival minded reptilian brain.

You do not need to look for and identify all the belief systems that cause you stress.  You only need to look for and release the survival patterns that are locked in the reptilian brain.  These patterns are the foundation for a multitude of unhealthy stressful belief systems.

The process to identify and release the survival patterns is deceptively simple.  Its implications are profound.  In a very short amount of time, you are able to release the root cause of a myriad of patterns and behaviors which have been plaguing you.

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Here is the article:

APPENDIX to the book THE ONE MINUTE CURE by Madison Cavanaugh.

The Missing Piece in the Healing Puzzle

Much has been said in the preceding chapters about the importance of oxygenating the body, and more importantly, getting oxygen into the blood stream so that the blood can deliver it to the cells and tissues.

However, there is one critical aspect necessary-not only in healing through hydrogen peroxide or medical ozone, [or MMS] but all other healing modalities, for that matter.  This may very well be the missing piece in the healing puzzle-and the answer to the question: Why do some people get healed while others don’t?

The answer to this question may be one of the most important lessons you will learn from this book.  Given the fact that bio-oxidative therapies flood the body with oxygen; and in turn, efficiently deliver that oxygen to the blood; which in turn delivers that oxygen to the cells-and given the fact that a high level of tissue oxygen creates an environment that kills viruses, harmful bacteria, pathogens, toxins and disease microorganism, while revitalizing normal cells-shouldn’t everyone be healed?

The answer is yes-but only IF the cells are able to receive the oxygen delivered by the blood.  When the cells are open, they will be able to receive the oxygen, and your body will then be equipped to heal itself.  If the cells are closed, they will not receive the oxygen and therefore, your body will not be able to heal itself.  It’s as simple as that.

So what causes cells to close?  In one word-stress.

I know you think you’ve heard all you need to hear about stress, but this is an explanation given by a Harvard cellular biologist who has spent his life studying the behavior of cells.  And when you get this simple concept, you’ll gain a deep understanding of how healing (especially via hydrogen peroxide therapy) really occurs.

In order to sufficiently explain this concept, a brief background of the autonomic nervous system is necessary.

The body’s autonomic nervous system (ANS) is comprised of the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system.  Under normal circumstances, each individual cell is under the influence of the parasympathetic nervous system, which governs digestion of food; blood flow to different parts of the body; salivary gland secretion; and the absorption of nutrients.  The parasympathetic nervous system enables the organs to function properly.  When operating under the parasympathetic nervous system, the cell is open-that is, it’s able to receive oxygen, absorb nutrients, get rid of waste products- and is breathing, dividing, multiplying, metabolizing and doing everything that healthy cells do.  In this scenario, whenever the cell is open, the bio-oxidative therapies work because the cell is able to receive the oxygen.  The average human being operates under the parasympathetic nervous system most of the time.

However, there is the other part-the sympathetic nervous system, which gets activated on cue.  And that cue is stress.  When you are under stressful circumstances or in a stressed state of mind, the sympathetic nervous system kicks in and your cells go into the “fight or flight” self-protection mode.  The cue that triggers it could be something external (such as a grizzly bear or the sight of your angry boss or spouse) which pushes the panic button in your brain.  Or the trigger could also be the emotions you’re feeling (such as worry, doubt, fear, anxiety), the thoughts you are thinking, or the memories you’re remembering.  When your autonomic nervous system goes into the sympathetic mode, your blood flow moves away from your gastro-intestinal tract and skin; your pupils dilate; your heart rate increases; blood gets diverted to the muscles and your whole body goes into high alert.  When this happens, your cells shut down in preparation for fight or flight.

Most of the time, the body is operating under the parasympathetic nervous system, and only switches to the sympathetic nervous system in times of stress.  But if you happen to have a stressful lifestyle, and you operate under the sympathetic “fight-or-flight” mode frequently, your cells are closed and unable to receive sufficient oxygen during those times-whether that oxygen is from the air you breathe, from a hyperbaric oxygen chamber, from ozone therapy, or hydrogen peroxide (taken internally or intravenously)[or MMS].  And when your cells are constantly deprived of oxygen, you create an environment in your body that is susceptible to disease because disease microorganisms are anaerobic (they occur and thrive in areas with low levels of oxygen).  Bear in mind what Nobel Laureate Dr. Otto Warburg once said, “Deprive a cell 35% of its oxygen for 48 hours and it may become cancerous.”  (See Chapter 2.)

According to Bruce Lipton, Ph.D., renowned cellular biologist from Stanford University, author of The Biology of Belief, and an authority on bridging science and the spirit, the difference between the closed cell and a cell that is open (i.e., in “growth mode”) is that the cell that’s in growth mode is impervious to disease.  When a cell goes into lock down, fight-or-flight mode, that cell is not getting oxygen, not absorbing nutrients, not properly eliminating waste products, and not functioning the way it normally should.  If the cell remains in that state for a short period of time, the effects are inconsequential.  That’s why a small amount of stress in life rarely leads to health problems.  But if the cell stays in the closed, fight or flight mode for an extended period of time, it becomes a sick cell.  The main reason for this is because of the lack of oxygen.  When you choose to remain in a stressful situation or a stressed-out state of mind, that’s equivalent to suffocating your body and depriving it of the element that it needs most to survive.

Is it any wonder why stress is considered deadly?

It won’t matter how much oxygen you inhale or consume.  It won’t do your body any good if your cells are closed.  This is why stress is deadly, no matter what healing modality you choose.

I personally know a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine who was also a master of the healing art of Qi Gong.  When he lived in China, a female American lawyer who had late-stage cancer flew to China to see if he could heal her.  He taught her how to do Qi Gong exercises, which have been proven to cure cancer for centuries.  After a few months of doing the Qi Gong exercises, she went for a physical examination and no trace of cancer was found.  When she told the Qi Gong master that she was returning to the States, he urged her not to go yet because he was aware of the stressful lifestyle she used to lead, and she had not yet learned to distance her emotions from stressful situations.  But she insisted, and returned home to Los Angeles and resumed her practice of law.  As stress returned, so did the cancer.  Even though she continued doing the Qi Gong exercises, her condition deteriorated.  She made plans to go back to China, but before she was able to, she died.  This story underscores the fact that if stress rules your life, your cells will be sick and remain sick because they’re frequently closed and unable to receive or absorb any remedy you provide.

It goes without saying that being in a tranquil or joyful state of mind-free of stress, worry, doubt, fear, anger, resentment, guilt, and anxiety-is the ideal state to be in throughout the day.  Some people say it’s a challenge to be in that state of mind throughout the day because of their personal circumstances or their environment, but that isn’t the case.

Stress is not caused by external circumstances.  In his research at Stanford University, Dr. Bruce Lipton was able to prove in the laboratory, that it is wrong beliefs which often reside in our subconscious mind, that create stress in our autonomic nervous system.  These wrong beliefs cause us to interpret our circumstances as stressful, even when they aren’t.

Stress is simply an interpretation of an internal image that shifts us over to the sympathetic nervous system, and causes our cells to go into the self-protection “fight or flight” mode.  Every person reacts differently to any given stimulus (internal image) depending on the beliefs that reside in his/her subconscious, sometimes referred to as cellular memory.

Consider a man named Jim, for instance, who is given a tremendous amount of work at his job.  If Jim happens to have destructive beliefs that distort the way he views himself and life, he would find that situation extremely stressful.  Those destructive beliefs could be things like the belief that he is unlovable, or that he is not good enough, or that he has to be perfect in order to be loved.  They usually lie in the subconscious mind, and Jim probably doesn’t know why they’re there.  Yet, they cause him to react to external circumstances in a way that creates stress.  Another man, Mike, on the other hand, given the same amount of work, may not find the situation stressful at all because unlike Jim, he doesn’t have unhealthy beliefs that distort the way he views his circumstances.

Therefore, the key to properly dealing with stress is not necessarily to remove yourself from stressful situations but to neutralize the wrong beliefs that cause you to interpret the situation as stressful in the first place.  Although there are beneficial ways to remove stress such as doing deep breathing, yoga, Tai-Chi, meditation, etc.-and they certainly are helpful to practice before, during and after the administration of hydrogen peroxide for maximum oxygen delivery to the cells-they do not remove the underlying cause of the stress.  Neither do they alter the way you respond to the stress.  The next time you face the same situation, you will again experience stress because the wrong belief is still there.

There are therapies available that can identify the wrong beliefs that are the cause of your stress and eliminate them, but they usually come at a great cost in both time and money.  But when you consider that stress alone can single- handedly make you sick (without even taking into consideration diet, heredity, environmental factors, viruses, pathogens and disease microorganisms)-and cause you to stay sick even if you use medical ozone or hydrogen peroxide-it’s still worth pursuing the best stress therapy available.  No true healing is possible without the effective management of stress.