New Emotional Frontier in Breast Cancer Treatment
Oct 02, 2014 12:01AM
Marie A. Boularand, a certified naturopath and Biodecoding practitioner and teacher with 18 years of clinical experience in the field, will present a workshop, The Emotional Causes of Breast Cancer, at 6:30 p.m., October 14, at the new East Of Eden Retreat & Spa, in Santa Rosa Beach, as part of a series of regular workshops and seminars. She is the founder and president of the Biodecoding Institute.
Participants will discover a different reality about the origin of cancer and its purpose in terms of survival and learn how to facilitate its spontaneous healing naturally by identifying and resolving the underlying emotional trauma.
For years, doctors and researchers claimed that cancer could not regress on its own. In 2008, the results of a research study on breast cancer conducted by a group of American and Norwegian researchers published in theArchives of Internal Medicine, revealed that “even invasive cancers may go away without treatment and in larger numbers than anyone ever believed.”
Boularand states, “The fact that cancers can heal on their own forces us to reconsider the relevance of systematically inflicting the barbaric protocols that Western medicine vigorously imposes on patients. Like the research study proves, this new reality would drastically change the whole picture about cancer.”
“If the spontaneous remission hypothesis is credible, it should cause a major reevaluation in the approach to breast cancer research and treatment,” writes Dr. Franz Porzsolt, of the University of Ulm, Germany, in an editorial that accompanied the article.
“Cancer experts have long suspected that some cancers may grow and then, for reasons that are unclear, simply shrink and disappear. The problem is, we don’t know the natural history of cancer,” says Dr. Jay Brooks, chairman of hematology/oncology at Ochsner System, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, a German doctor and the creator of German New Medicine who worked many years as the head of the oncology department in a major hospital in Germany, wrote of his discoveries about the biological and emotional cause of cancer in a post-doctoral thesis in 1981 for the Research University of Tubingen, Germany.
Cost is $10 cash or check. Location: 234 Dog Hobble Lane,Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459. For more information, call850-797-4754 or visit