brain tumor growth as a result of psychotherapy
liar42 at aol.com
Sat Jan 27 05:30:00 EST 2001
>I don't believe that the cerebellum is associated with fear-related
Why disorder? Most fears are orders, and are systematically to do with
different body&brain systems and natural bioprograms in there, that are
reacting as is natural for that individual in such a situation, though own I
attitudes and other peoples attitudes may cause alterations.
Apart from that agreed on that cerebellum does not register as a main fear
However if you got ill, would your systems shunt powers so you feel as much
"energy" as usual for what you tend to be into?
(That was a bit simplified and left out mentioned aspect about cancer caused by
artificially generated electromagnetic vibes.)
Apart from that the subject line did not suggest that the tumour was the
result, but that the growth of it was a result, which personally I would not
entirely exclude.Might be more effective, though, to hover over what to do
about the tumour in the present, than to stare into the past to aspects that
were there, and cannot be changed there in the past now.
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