It’s Not About ‘The Fight’ – Healing the Cause of Cancer Is The Answer

Would it be OK if I told you there is a better way to eliminate cancer than cancer-fighting therapies and removing body parts that medical research has developed?  ‘Fighting’ cancer with chemotherapy, removing body parts, or radiation is counter to the body’s natural self-healing process.

Medical treatments approach cancer as if it were an invading enemy to be fought against, vanquished and conquered.  Over the last 60 years, hundreds of billions of dollars and enormous amounts of medical and scientific research has gone into finding more and more ways to ‘fight’ cancer. Yet, cancer continues to cause one in four deaths in the United States. CA Cancer Journal for Clinicians 2009; 59:225-249 doi: 10.3322/caac.20006 © 2009 American Cancer Society

What if I told you there is a different way of looking at cancer or any disease?  Would it be OK if I told you there is a protocol that considers the natural cause of body dysfunctions, the natural purpose behind the development of tumors called cancer, and all other diseases?  

Deep in the brain, called the brainstem, there are several highly sensitive nerve centers that serve to alert the system to something in the body that needs attention. These nerve centers reach into every part of the brain and into the unconscious and subconscious mind.  This sensitive nerve center is called the ‘reticular activating system,’ (RAS). The RAS is on the job 24/7 ready to alert the conscious mind to things that are:

  • Familiar or connected to the system in some way
  • Unusual, abnormal, shocking or strange to the system in some way
  • Dangerous, threatening or problematic to the system in some way


Starting with the industrialized age the majority of people began operating on ‘auto-pilot’ whereby life is familiar on a regular basis. People’s minds slip into alpha-mode, which allows them to perform routine tasks such as ordinary chores/tasks, driving/cleaning, etc. without needing heightened attention.

If something suddenly or unexpectedly transpires, such as the telephone ringing, door bell ringing, loud noise or siren, the RAS system becomes aware of it first and instantly sends a chemical signal to the brain—alerting us to snap out of alpha mode and move into beta-alert mode to access the situation and respond accordingly.

Managing various forms of stressors on a daily basis is part and parcel in life. When something transpires that represents a severe stress, trauma or threat to one’s safety or survival RAS instantly alerts the brain on a deeper level. The brain sends out the fight or flight signal and survival chemicals are instantly pumped into the body via the autonomic system. This RED alert, then becomes a Biologic Conflict—fight or flight. 

It is during the Biologic Conflict—fight or flight—mode that the body responds with physical changes, including manufacturing defense tissue to help increase its ability to find a resolution to the conflict. Biologic Conflict is a type of stress that affects the mind, emotions, brain, body and spirit, all at the same time. Biologic Conflict remains active until a resolution to the conflict is found. During this period one is in a Conflict Phase.

When the Biologic Conflict is caused by relational issues, such as:  verbal, emotional, physical and sexual abuse, the person is often only able to find a temporary solution. Thus, the Biologic Conflict erupts again when one least expects it. Therefore, setting off the ‘fight and flight’ reaction before a resolution to the previous assault could take place.  While it might seem redundant to say, however, it is important to state that a Biologic Conflict for an adult is easier to manage than Biologic Conflict for a child. The only recourse for a child is to push the conflict below the conscious mind and into any area of the body, including blood, bones, marrow, tissue, hair follicles, organs and cells. 

Looking at cancer or other disease in a different way leads to the realization that the disease is under the direct control of the brain. Tumors and body dysfunctions are a completely natural response that is designed to help protect us from harm and keep us alive during times of extreme stress.

Symptoms during the Conflict Phase are few. Tumors might grow but, rarely create fevers, pain,  or discharge to signal their presence. Tumors and other diseases are usually found when screening tests are conducted.

When one is able to find a resolution to the Biological Conflict then RAS automatically turns off the emergency signals to the brain. The brain, then, shifts to incorporate the resolution as a Healing Phase. Sometimes the resolution works and sometimes it is inadequate for the task.

Thus, if the resolution is inadequate, symptoms will become apparent such as inflammation fevers, discharge and an overall sensation that is similar to recovering from a ‘cold.’ If these symptoms are labeled cancer or another disease, Western Medicine philosophy dictates that a battle with invasive chemicals (chemotherapy) and radiation is warranted. If the warfare with chemotherapy and radiation fails, the impacted body part is removed.  Thus, additional chemicals are required in an attempt to compensate for the missing body part.

In spite of all the cancer-fighting chemicals that Western Medicine has developed, ‘fighting’ cancer with chemotherapy, radiation or removing body parts does nothing to resolve the Biologic Conflict. As long as the Biologic Conflict goes unresolved the brain will look for places in the body to continue to seek resolution. While cancer may not reoccur, other diseases will usually surface, diabetes, lupus, fibromyalgia, MS, heart disease, arthritis, migraine headaches, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, overweight/obesity, and the list goes on.

Ultimately, the success of any cancer, disease treatment or program depends on finding and healing the underlying root cause of the mental, emotional, sexual or physical trauma—the Biologic Conflict. Since the Biologic Conflict impacts every aspect of the human system, it is logical that the root cause needs to be accessed using the Subconscious mind, which holds all memory, answers to all questions and all truth.

A complete healing protocol for any dis-ease [disease] is:

  • Reduce the accumulation of toxins
  • Repair physiological damage with natural supplements and vitamins
  • Replenish the body’s supply of essential nutrients
  • Restore the harmonious balance of mind, emotions, body and spirit
  • Rediscover the reason (the root cause) the body needed to find a resolution
  • Replace the heartache, sadness, fear, shame, guilt, humiliation, anger with love, empathy, light and forgiveness
  • Realign the energy patterns in mind, body and spirit


When the natural healing protocol is completed the mind, emotions, body and spirit are free to automatically go back to their natural homeostasis—peace of mind and wellness. No pills, chemicals, radiation or removal of body parts required. 

There is a better way to eliminate cancer. The ultimate success of eliminating any disease or healing protocol depends on finding and resolving the underlying cause – the root cause.  The root cause of any dis-ease includes a mind-set, what you believe.  The following mind-sets are the most insidious.

TRY: Either you are doing something or you are not.  “I am trying to communicate better” sounds like resignation and an admission that you have not effectively been communicating better.  Instead, ‘I am focused on better communications.”  This is action and a commitment.

BUT: “But” always precedes an explanation why something won’t work or cannot be done.  “I agree, but” I don’t see how that will work.  “I know, but” what if they won’t let me.  Instead, “I agree, I am going to try that.” (Kidding! I wanted to see if you are paying attention.) “I agree,  I will do that.”

CAN’T: Can’t is simply a substitute for “won’t.”  “I can’t do that” is really “I won’t do that.”  You can do anything you choose.  You can accomplish anything you commit to.  My favorite: “I have been trying to lose weight and I simply can’t.”  What is being said is: “I would love to lose the weight, however, I simply won’t make the commitment.”

Focus on making commitments. Take these words out of your vocabulary.  When you hear them or use them, listen to when they are being used.  They are often injected as an obstacle to progress, to making a firm commitment, or to be held accountable for taking action.  Remember, anything is possible if you stop trying and start doing, get off your “but”, and don’t let anyone, including you, say you “can’t.”

Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, Metaphysician – Certified Hypnosis and Regression Practitioner, Author and Speaker. Dr. Dorothy facilitates clearing baggage, fears and limiting beliefs. Then, you can live the life you desire.She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one’s daily thoughts and feelings.