We’ve shared lots of cancer info previously, but you’ll never believe this revolutionary breakthrough: Cancer can be cured in only three minutes!
According to well-renowned American author Gregg Baden, our subconscious minds can play a huge role in cancer therapy and how we feel can have significantly affect our DNA. As a result, he suggests that the power of collectivized thoughts, like prayers and suggestion, can have a positive effect in the treatment of all types of diseases.
This doesn’t mean you have to be religious, either.
According to Baden’s theory here is a field that unites everything, a field which have been proven and scientifically explained in the leading science journal Nature No. 332 in 1996.
Baden’s theory, in fact, is not so different from something Nikola Tesla suggested: That people in the future could create electricity with power from their minds. Baden simply says that that energy is our collective thoughts.
There’s a video from a Chinese hospital which gives proof about this theory. In the video you can see how cancer with a size of 3×2.5 cm gets eliminated in about three minutes, and the whole process is demonstrated on an ultrasound screen. If you want to produce strong electromagnetic radiation first you have to learn how to control your emotions and how to focus and enhance them, which can only be achieved with practice, says Baden.
All of this is connected, of course, to how our feelings are reflected in our ever-changing bodies; this truth is a major part of the field of psycho-oncology.
Only through our emotions, feeling, thoughts and faith we can gain the power to control all that is happening with our lives and ourselves; our feelings and emotions can change our DNA!
Check out the video below to learn more:
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