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CNN reports: Scientist suggests a germ-free childhood could trigger leukemia
I'm always fascinated by headlines that announce possible causes of cancer. To test the validity of the study to which the headlines refer, I translate the gist of the study into GNMese. In other words, I try to see the study from a German New Medicine perspective.
In this case, a study published in the journal Nature Reviews Cancer suggested that "acute lymphoblastic leukemia" is caused by a two-step process. This is the most common type of childhood "cancer."
Let's start with: what is "leukemia" from a GNM perspective?
It's the Healing Phase of a self-evaluation. "I feel less than..." "I'm not worthy."
In the Conflict Active phase, there is bone tissue loss that involves the bone marrow which results in:
"Lymphoblastic leukemia" involves the lymphatic system and is a milder, generalized self-devaluation. Perhaps the child can't keep up with his or her siblings or isn't doing well in school.
If the siblings can include the child with age-appropriate activities in which the child can be successful or if the child does better in school because they received extra help, then s/he would then go into the healing phase which can last for several weeks. They'll be tired which is when well-meaning parents take them to the doctor, tests are run, and a slippery slope of fear begins.
I want to point out that this is a very common Biological Program that is not to be feared! I'm aware of one couple who helped their 2 year old child successfully complete this program.
Back to our headlines.
The article said the first step in developing childhood leukemia is a genetic mutation before birth the predisposes a child to the risk of developing leukemia.
Dr. Hamer's research clearly shows that genetic changes occur with every cancer and with every "disease."
Allopathy assumes, incorrectly, it is a cause of or, in this case, leads to a predisposition for a "disease."
Let's translate this:
Biological programs (so-called "diseases") are encoded in every cell and thus are hardwired into our genetic code.
The brain relay that controls the "disease" process controls any changes in the genes as part of a meaningful, biological process to ensure our survival.
Thus, altered genes are not a cause of any "disease." Any change in them is simply part of the natural healing process.
The article then said the 2nd step occurs when children are raised in cleanerhouseholds and don't interact much with other children.
Here's how I would interpret this.
In cleaner households, I wonder if standards are higher for not only cleanliness, but performance and behavior. This might set the stage for a child feeling unworthy or like they can't measure up and thus, have a loss of self-esteem.
And valuable skills such as resiliency, trust, and how to deal with rejection are learned when children interact with other children. If they aren't interacting, they may be missing out on learning the skills that help them feel good about themselves, feel valued, and have a healthy self-esteem.
So, I believe this study has a little bit of merit....just not for the reasons they think.
From a GNM perspective, childhood leukemia is an important healing phase that can occur from any sort of self-devaluation conflict shock.
Loving our children and teaching them the necessary skills to have a healthy self-esteem are paramount, regardless of how clean the house is and how much they interact with other children.
In Health and thanks for joining me!