Humans are naturally drawn to the HOW. That’s what differentiates us from other species. We are curious!
But today, I will concentrate on the word FIGHT!
This is another thing that humans do naturally, FIGHT!
The limbic part of the human brain is so old that it goes as far back as warrior mode ! We fight to come into this life as a baby, crying our heart out, gasping for breath. We fight to keep what is ours (mother, father, toy).
As we grow, we fight to find our place in society and get the best job!
So when we find out we have cancer, we fight!
What if we didn’t fight, what would happen? Would we be consumed?
I am going to explain what happens with Myeloma: Myeloma is a cancer of the plasma cells. Plasma cells are white blood cells that produce disease- and infection-fighting antibodies in your body. Myeloma cells prevent the normal production of antibodies, leaving your body's immune system weakened and susceptible to infection.
Blood cells die, blood cells grow, it’s a natural cycle. It leaves place for the new ones. When they don’t die but resist and fight for some strange reason, they create tumors.
If we focused on living instead of fighting to live, would we give our body the message of acceptance?
If we focused on loving our mind and body as much as our ego, I wonder what the outcome would be on our blood cells.
So that brings us back to the initial question? Fight or not Fight?
By no means would it be wise to refuse professional medical advice. Remember, your body is its own boss.
Tune into what is going on in your life and what emotions you are fighting with? Money? That’s a huge strain on your back? Love? That’s a huge strain on your heart..
Love and cherish the areas of your body which are not getting it. Let go of whatever hatred and resentment you are holding on to. Love yourself unconditionally.