CURING ‘The Incurables’

I remember watching a tv series on Sky 252 channel called ‘The Incurables‘ in which inspiring success stories of triumph were featured from people who were diagnosed with incurable illnesses; some were even at death’s door but who cried their tears after their diagnosis and prognosis, wiped those tears, decided to go alternative and who gradually ploughed on and recovered with alternative treatment modalities, to tell their stories. In this youtube link below, you can find many such stories, as the sky channel has been terminated for some years now, sadly.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=the+incurables+tv+show

It ties in with relation to the post I had made back in Feb. titled ‘secrets behind chronic illnesses’ under ‘recent posts.’ I had forgotten to include this very informative link from medical medium on which we can listen to the nature of different illnesses and how to help ourselves recover with practical advice. https://www.medicalmedium.com/listen-to-medical-medium.htm

This other link herein has been one somebody sent me. It’s very informative also; maybe not as user-friendly as medical medium, but every little helps towards health and well-being: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/

I don’t know how many of you know Dr Jennifer Daniels or know of her, but in this interview, you will gain a whole lot of insight into the medical system and what doctors don’t tell you about your illness. It’s one of her best interviews: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zR_sgAOmSyQ

This is another one of her classic must-listen-to interviews: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5262Zw8udL0

And this is her facebook page on which she is live, answering questions in her video presentations on health. https://www.facebook.com/Healing-with-Dr-Daniels-1676909805686264/

Chronic illnesses has become like a wild forest fire. Unless we educate ourselves and our children, we will become prisoner of circumstances in which we helplessly accept the status quo to be the ultimate directive. My late gran used to say ‘you ain’t dead yet’ which means, as long as there is life, there is hope and it doesn’t matter how old a person is, one can still get relief. I’m a firm believer that there is a cure for every disease. It’s just a question of the right treatment modality, for as we have different bodily constitutions, every treatment protocol will not be the exact same for everyone. It’s not a one-size-fits-all state of existence. We just have to titrate with what works best for us, listening to our body’s responses and with a level of discernment, proceed accordingly.

Unfortunately, we live in a world of toxic inundation from all angles, which also impacts on our health, even when we are doing our utmost. But there are always ways around things. When we can see the forest for trees, we can learn from whatever manifests to us, adopt and apply it with discretion to suit our needs. If we throw the baby out with the bath water, then we limit our chances. It’s all about finding a way and balance within this ever changing meta-systemic approach to health, while paying attention to the body-mind-spirit symbiosis. It takes a little persistence and diligence to generate that specific algorithm to suite our complex bio-individuality, but with will and a little faith, it’s all possible.

I hope even one person finds something of use on this blog page and I wish everyone health, peace and happiness. By the way, I forgot to include this link on which anyone concerned with uterine fibroid tumors, can find relief with a product called fibroid plus: https://merchantsoftheworldstore.com/

 

One thought on “CURING ‘The Incurables’

  1. Being at peace with ourselves, in the first place. Helps alleviate disease onset; in the first place. Leaving it until after is wasting energies. God lives in our hearts. Pay it a visit each day. God is love. Maybe will not stop disease? Yet, will give so much satisfaction of loving. Cheers Jamie.

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