“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” — Winston Churchill
It is my firm conviction that nature has provided us with a very robust immune system which I call the inner healer. It is geared to heal most, if not all, ailments that man is heir to, under most circumstances. Only in the unlikely event of it failing does man become critically ill. It is then that his health falls outside the healthy chaos attractor limits and goes close to the death attractor trajectory.
Rarely does one come back from that space, in spite of the much-hyped ICU’s (intensive care unit) intensive interventions that keep dying patients alive in the last 10 days of their sojourn in this world. Incidentally, it is these that give corporate hospitals nearly 90% of their profits.
Ever since I joined medical school in 1956, I suffered from this dilemma of my childhood environment encouraging self-healing and my medical school environment encouraging ‘a pill for every ill’ or a surgical quick-fix. Not even the best of my teachers ever emphasised the possibility of self-cure; they did not even mentioned it as a remote possibility.
When I started to study cancer as a medical student, I felt that cancer was NEVER cured by the now conventional three-pronged attack of chemotherapy, radiation and mutilative surgery. This feeling was further strengthened by that lovely book, The Science of Medicine and Its Quiet Art, written by David Weatherall, one of the great brains in England and the then Regius professor of medicine at Oxford University and a respected haemeto-oncologist.
He strongly felt that our future generations will never forgive us for these methods of treatment which are worse than using a hot branding iron for all diseases, as was done in olden times!
In that beautiful book, Bad Medicine (doctors harming patients since the time of Hippocrates), David Wootton graphically documents our crimes on mankind since the dawn of Western, so-called, modern medicine. If we do not learn from history, warned Roman thinker Cicero, we will be forced to re-live it! Are we not doing just that in this Kaliyuga?
I have developed a self-curing regimen for cancer and have been trying it on patients who come to me in desperation after suffering the harrowing consequences of the conventional and prohibitively expensive triple whammy for curing cancer.
Naturally, their immune systems were at their worst at that time. Despite this, most of them have lived comfortably for the rest of their life after starting the alternate regime. One patient came to me at 69, not wanting to go for conventional treatment. I got his glands biopsied. They showed metastatic anaplastic adeno-carcinoma but the pathologist could not say where it originated! He was given just Ayurvedic immune-boosters and nothing else. He is now 81, healthy and has no discomfort. Interestingly, his glands have also disappeared.
With advent of quantum physics, science has understood that we can comprehend much more than what we can grasp. The human body is an illusion of human consciousness (mind); there is nothing by way of body disease. Almost all illnesses originate in the mind and end in the mind, if ever they do. Matter is made out of energy. Thus, disease is an altered energy pattern of the body; the latter can now be assessed accurately by Fritz Albert Popp’s bio-photon camera.
I have been trying quantum healing of illnesses by using the body’s own immune system. I felt I should try it on myself before trying it on patients. My personal impression is that quantum healing works wonders sans medicines.
There are stray reports of quantum healing working with cancer also. In the olden days, these reports were dismissed as anecdotal by Western medical ‘scientists;; but a recent article in Nature, a ‘prestigious’ journal, extols the virtues of N for 1 studies (single-patient studies) as being far superior to conventional RCTs (randomised controlled studies) that have been sold as the gold standard of evidence-based medicine.
Main line cancer researchers are slowly realising the futility of their three-pronged war on cancer. They realise that the immune system is a better bet to fight cancer. However, their obsession with reductionist chemicals to stimulate the immune system is bound to fail.
All reductionist chemicals are rejected as soon as they enter the body as an outside poison to be sent to the liver for destruction; consequently, there is a rise in non-alcoholic cirrhosis of liver around the world! Isn’t this foolish?
CNN had this to say in an important broadcast recently: “Immunotherapy is quickly emerging as the future of cancer treatment, scientists say. The therapy works by harnessing the immune system to fight cancer from within. There was another big win in the advancement of immunotherapy treatments for cancer this week. The Food and Drug Administration approved an immunotherapy drug called Keytruda, which stimulates the body’s immune system, for the first-line treatment of patients with metastatic non-small-cell lung cancer. In other words, the drug could be the very first treatment a patient receives for the disease, instead of chemotherapy. Keytruda is the only immunotherapy drug approved for first-line treatment for these patients. So it seems, the future of cancer care may be in our own immune systems, but how exactly does it work, and what are its pros and cons?”
“It’s certainly going to become an independent way of treating cancers,” said Dr Philip Greenberg, head of immunology at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre (Seattle), during the international cancer immunotherapy conference in New York in September 2016 reports CNN.
“Immunotherapy has essentially undergone a sort of revolution in the last decade in the sense that something that was experimental—and there were still questions about what role it would have in the way cancer is treated—is completely turned around, and now it’s clear it’s effective,” Dr Greenberg said.
Quoting further from the article, German physician Dr Paul Ehrlich, who won the Nobel Prize in physiology in 1908, proposed using the immune system to suppress tumour formation in the ‘immune surveillance’ hypothesis.
“Cancer immunotherapy really refers to treatments that use your own immune system to recognize, control and hopefully ultimately cure cancers,” said Jill O’Donnell-Tormey, CEO of the Cancer Research Institute. “Many people for many years didn’t think the immune system was really going to have a role in any treatment for cancer,” she said, “but I think the entire medical community (and) oncologists now agree that immunotherapy’s here to stay.”
That much for their ignorance, so far. History is replete with such gross injustices killing millions.
In the 1950s, the sugar lobby’s subtle efforts showed fat in bad light vis-à-vis sugar in the killer disease of blocked blood vessels. These efforts were, eventually, exposed and the world was relieved of the false fat myth.
It is now known that fat and cholesterol are not the demons that they were made out to be; in fact, they play a vital part in human nutrition. The 1972 book by a thinker professor of nutrition at the London University, John Yudkin, about the dangers of sugar—Pure, White, and Deadly—which was ignored has now been resurrected.
We have a come a full circle from ignoring the all-powerful immune system as the basis of all disease management and making our patients suffer for our ignorance for decades to realise that the immune system is our inner healer.
Hope the West will now learn from Ayurveda—only holistic treatment helps and not treatment with reductionist chemicals. May God save mankind from our ignorance and the consequent scientific hubris.