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Limiting Beliefs And Cancer

Updated on June 19, 2013

Limiting Beliefs And Cancer

Have you ever wanted to be rid of a limiting belief but no matter what you did, every door closed?

Today, I'd like to tell you how a highly respected physician's failure and frustration in attempting to cure cancer acted as a springboard to discovering what he'd sought for over 30 years.

His name is Seymour Brenner, M.D., FACR. The "FACR" means he was a Fellow of the American College of Radiology. Despite heading the largest radiation oncology practice in the nation, overseeing several hundred appointments a week, and using state of the art radiological equipment, Dr. Brenner was thoroughly frustrated and saddened because the cure rate for cancer had barely improved for 30 years.

He longed for an answer. That's why his offices kept buying the latest million dollar equipment. But repeated improvements in the equipment along with keeping up to date with the latest training didn't budge the cure rate more than a couple of percentage points.

Meanwhile, he witnessed patients and their families crying in his office.

Picture, if you will, devoting your life though years of education, spending millions of dollars, and decades of your life trying to help desperately sick people only to get more of the same disappointment patient after patient.

But Dr. Brenner kept that inner hope alive. As a result of his inner desire, when he was presented with an answer from a patient, he grabbed it.

Here is what happened. A patient of his had terminal lung cancer that had spread to his bones. Dr. Brenner had seen this type of case before. In every case, the patient died. In fact, his treatments in cases like that were to attempt to reduce the bone pain...not to cure the patient. Sometimes that worked.

Dr. Brenner had not seen John for a year. He assumed that John had died, as had every other patient in his terminal condition had done.

But on the fateful day, the former patient showed up in his office! Not only was he alive, but he was cancer free! Dr. Brenner was dumbstruck.

He asked John what he had done. John told him he'd been to see Dr. Emanuel Revici, who had an innovative treatment. Dr. Brenner picked up the phone immediately to make an appointment to see Dr. Revici.

At this point you might think "Of course he picked up the phone." Well, maybe not. I laid out this scenario to another doctor and asked him what he would do. He admitted he would not have picked up the phone. He wanted to see studies.

In other words, the limiting beliefs of that doctor, namely, "If it's not published in a study, it's not true," would have prevented him from uncovering the method that cured John.

Because Dr. Brenner picked up the phone, he was able to learn about and meet other patients who had also been terminal, but who were subsequently cured.

Dr. Brenner went so far as to independently research a number of cases where the results far exceeded his own in three decades of treating tens of thousands of dying patients.

But in a way, the phone was merely the natural outgrowth of Dr. Brenner's inner belief that there must be a solution. He always kept that belief in his heart and mind. As a result, when the opportunity presented itself, he was able psychologically to respond.

Opening ourselves to unlimited possibilities don't always happen over night. By keeping and sustaining our beliefs, sooner or later, the greater reality becomes ours.

The critical "take away" from this is to honor your frustrations while keeping your eye on your greater desire no matter how long it takes.

As a personal note, when I was in my mid-twenties, I had kidney disease. For months, I followed the instructions of a holistic physician. Many Saturday nights were spent by me taking hot sweat baths.

During those baths, as I markedly improved, I would have a strong realization that I wanted to make a difference by bringing the news of innovative medicine to others. Well, many years later it is happening...not in the way I had imagined in the tub but in a greater way.

All along I kept the dream alive although for many years I was frustrated much like Dr. Brenner was.

But the dream could not be denied. I wrote a book entitled The Doctor Who Cures Cancer. This book has already been translated into Russian which resulted in a clinic being opened in Kiev.

When I was in the tub, Kiev never crossed my mind.

The best to you,

Kelley Eidem

Together we can cure cancer - one person at a time!


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    • Kelley Eidem profile imageAUTHOR

      Kelley Eidem 

      6 years ago from Panama City, FL

      Hi Irene,

      I would try it if it were me and I didn't know my blood type. If I was really concerned or found that I reacted badly to habaneros or hot peppers in general, I'd either use ginger instead of the habanero.

      Another clue of having Type A blood could be preferring more of a vegetarian/low meat diet to a higher meat diet just because it made me feel better physically.

      The best to you.

      Kelley Eidem

      Together we can cure cancer - one person at a time!

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      Irene Hipps 

      6 years ago

      I would like to try your recipe but don't have my blood type

      Could I try it I like what I have read

    • Kelley Eidem profile imageAUTHOR

      Kelley Eidem 

      7 years ago from Panama City, FL

      Hi Julie,

      Both peppers and garlic are excellent for the heart and circulation.

      If my heart were in really bad shape, I'd start slow either with just a bite or two or with a pepper that wasn't so hot, and then build up as my life force and vitality returned. How long that would take would be different for each person.

      The best to you.

      Kelley Eidem

      Together we can cure cancer - one person at a time!

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      7 years ago

      Can the recipe with peppers and garlic and bread be used for heart disease?

    • Kelley Eidem profile imageAUTHOR

      Kelley Eidem 

      11 years ago from Panama City, FL

      Hi Katya,

      I'm sorry for your loss of your father.

      Thank you for your kind thoughts about my book as well.

      I'm sorry but I don't know where in Kiev it is. I only found out about it second hand. Ten thousand copies of my book had been translated into Russian without my knowledge. When I finally found out about it - ten years later - I was told that a clinic had been opened as a result of the publication of my book. I don't know if the clinic is still there.

      But to open a clinic, they must have had some contact with the clinic in New York.

      I would contact Elena Avram at the Revici Center. She should be able to tell you. The phone number is 718-729-6703.

      The best to you.


      Together we can cure cancer - one person at a time!

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      11 years ago

      Dear Kelley,

      Could you please let us know where in Kiev the clinic was opened.

      My father, a cardiologist(in Kiev), read your book and was very inspired and even got the treatment from the Revici center in NY (while staying in Kiev), but dropped it after getting no improvement (after 6 month of treatment)and eventually died 2.5 years ago. He was really impressed with the book, but the distant care and lack of communications disappointed him. I wish we had the center and skilled people right there in Kiev to help him, when he was sick.

      Keep up the great work, I am glad that the Revici knowledge is being passed on by you and really sorry that Revici did not leave many records of his wondrous studies and findings.

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      Peggy Woods 

      11 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Lady Guinevere, Just look at his other hubs to get the web links. Hope this helps.

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      Debra Allen 

      11 years ago from West By God

      Could you send me those threes websites too. I think Hal Lucino needs to gain some knowledge about this stuff before he causes too much harm to your research and Chuck's site.

      Thank you. I also sent your website and Chuck's in my e-mail and on my FaceBook page.

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      Peggy Woods 

      11 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Sending all three links of yours regarding cancer to a friend that has just been diagnosed with lung cancer. Thank you for all this encouraging information regarding how to think of cancer and giving us hope of a cure. When will the rest of the medical community get on board? With your information is anyone out there doing large studies?

    • Kelley Eidem profile imageAUTHOR

      Kelley Eidem 

      12 years ago from Panama City, FL

      Hi Mary,

      The link to my book can be found by clicking on my "Profile."

      I used two cloves of garlic each day with one pepper and did this once a day along with the proper oil.

      The best to you.

      Kelley Eidem

      Together we can cure cancer - one person at a time!

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      mary culpepper 

      12 years ago

      which book source do I find The Doctor Who Cured Cancer. I have a son with colon cancer now taking chemo . Your pepper sandwich is believable. I believe my son would try this. Do you use the whole bulb or just one clove?

      Mary Culpepper

    • Kelley Eidem profile imageAUTHOR

      Kelley Eidem 

      12 years ago from Panama City, FL

      My apologies. Somehow I missed your request.

      I just sent you an email with the info. Not sure if I'm allowed ot list it here in the comments section.

      There is also a link in my profile.

      The best to you.

      Kelley Eidem

      Together we can cure cancer - one person at a time!

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      12 years ago from Little Rock

      I recently sent a request for advice on where to find the items you listed in your hub. I am still waiting for your response.

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      12 years ago from North Carolina

      I will check out this book, I am glad the doctor persevered to find a cure.

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      12 years ago from Philadelphia Pa

      wow...what a teaser!


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