Spontaneous Remission

There is a “new” area of psychology called PsychoNeuroImmunology (PNI).   Basically, PNI studies how your mind regulates your immune system and how your state of health reflects in your mind.  A sense of fear, stress or hopelessness, for example, suppresses your immune system; while a sense of love and living with purpose will enhance your immune system.

Here is my current routine (as of 12/8/10) for enhancing my immune system with the principals of PNI:

  • Twice a day meditation using meridian tapping with positive affirmations
  • Yoga at least once a week, if possible (more is better)
  • Weekly acupuncture
  • Living on purpose with passion

Louise Hay is about how positive thinking and daily affirmations can directly improve our lives.  If you only buy one book from Louise Hay, I’d suggest: Cancer: Discovering Your Healing Power. (available on iTunes)  Daily affirmations are extremely helpful, but affirmations are useless if there is no passion behind the thought.  In the book, Modern-day Miracles by Louise Hay, Victoria (p.3) writes a story of incredible healing.  Her husband diagnosed with the same type of cancer that I have been diagnosed with, Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), was given three months (maybe six) by his neurologist. Victoria and her husband decided to choose a different reality: visualizing that he was already healed.  …and the tumor gave up and disappeared!

Here is another case of spontaneous remission — in real time!  The documentary of this healing happens about half way into this video:

Further reading: “Biology of Belief” by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD.  Perceptions of love or fear, not genetics, controls your biology.  Very interesting!


2 responses

31 05 2009
Foods that Fight Cancer « Anticancer Living

[…] Meditation & Yoga […]

7 01 2011
Last 3 MRI Results « Anti-cancer Living

[…] Spontaneous Remission […]

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