From the January 2001 Idaho Observer:
Until we begin to properly address cause and effect, politically, socially and medically, we cannot expect sick things to get well
Four Steps to Overcoming Disease
By Kathie Moe
The first step in overcoming disease is to put a stop to its cause. This always begins with a re-arranging of thoughts and feelings. Decomposition of the body (or dying) begins with suicidal thoughts and feelings-i.e. feelings of hate, anger, criticism, condemnation, judgment, blame, self-pity, jealousy, resentment and depression. Good health requires not only the control of emotions, but encouraging good thoughts and feelings. Love, peace, harmony, poise, gratitude and praise expand the life, light and healing energies in the body to promote vitality and happiness.
The second step toward perfect health of the body is to stop eating any foods that are devoid of enzymes and nutrients. Lifeless foods such as white sugar, white flour and fast foods cause mucus, toxins and congestion -- especially congestion of the intestinal tract. The substance is known as hardened mucoid fecal matter, which forms as a result of the body's attempt to digest lifeless foods, is the cause of over 90 percent of all disease.
The third step toward overcoming disease is to remove congestion from the body. Some health professionals choose to address the local area of obvious trouble alone. But, as Dr. Bernard Jensen used to say, if you step on a cat's tail, it's the other end that yells! Every single part of the body is affected by the whole. So all congestion and toxins must be removed and it must begin with the removal of the hardened mucoid fecal matter in the intestinal tract.
The fourth step toward lasting health is to then supply the body with the needed elements. But you cannot successfully complete this step until the third step is done, or well on its way.
Nature's Own Remedy -- A Logical Process
This logical and natural healing process is largely neglected by many modern health professionals. Modern medicine's ignorance of these four simple steps explains why so many people are chronically stricken with degenerative conditions. It also explains why modern medicine may be pharmaceutically successful in treating the symptoms of one ailment only to see the patient develop another one. We simply cannot expect a return to good health by masking the symptoms without addressing what causes them to occur in the first place.
One prominent cancer researcher, Dr. Hardin Jones, said, my studies have proved conclusively that untreated cancer victims actually live up to four times longer than treated individuals.. Beyond a shadow of a doubt, radical surgery in cancer patients does more harm than good. Dr. Jones said he advocates less surgery and less chemotherapy.
I would agree with the good doctor. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in the early 70s. Being a single mom at the time, and not knowing what I do today, I accepted chemotherapy treatments. I am 56 years old now and have been involved in two more cancer scares. Each time I applied the above four steps, used alternate therapies, and with time and discipline have become cancer free. As long as I continue to apply these steps, I know I will remain cancer free.
The U.S. Public Health Service has revealed the rate of health deterioration of the American people. Out of 100 participating nations of the world, America was the healthiest in 1900. In 1920, we dropped to second place. During World War II we went back to number one -- that's when sugar and meat were hard to get and family vegetable gardens were common. In 1978, we dropped to 79th. In 1980, we were 95th.
What has changed, other than the excessive use of sugar, fast foods, and meat? Consider the use of preservatives and chemicals taken into our bodies through food, polluted air and synthetic fabrics. This unnatural approach to life has had a detrimental effect on all of us.
If we wish to reclaim our own health, we must return to God and follow His ways -- Nature's ways -- by using herbs and natural methods that purify and strengthen our bodies. I am a living example of what happens when we do.
Kathie Moe is the director of Life Link Association, a health co-op in Coeur d'Alene where people are encouraged to exchange ideas and experiences regarding health so that successful techniques may be shared among those interested in taking responsibility for their own health. Moe can be contacted at: (208) 765-3082
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