Smoking Does Not Cause Cancer January 17, 2007Posted by greenlavender in Emotions, Energy, Healing, Health, Life, Metaphysical, New age.
Smoking does not cause cancer. The behaviour or thought pattern that entices a person to smoke is the culprit. If smoking caused cancer, my grandfather would not have died of old age at 84, having smoked like a chimney all his life — never having cancer.
Different reasons entice people to smoke. For some it’s that they don’t feel they fit in (that applies mostly to youth), some don’t know how to deal with everyday stress, for others it’s other reasons. A close friend of mine quit smoking last year and sayed to me after a few months that she never realized until she stopped smoking that she was such a stressed person. Smoking just masked the stress. She is now learning different ways of dealing with her stress.
All diseases are related to how we deal with our feelings and our thought patterns. Take me for example: I repressed sadness all my life. Three years ago I started having repetitive sinus infections. Sadness lies in the throat and sinuses. Once I delt with my sadness (I cried quite a lot — it didn’t matter why I was crying, I just cried), I stopped getting sinus infections. You can read about the causes of diseases and how to heal your body in the book You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay.
There is one thought pattern that is common among people who smoke and get lung cancer — Not all smokers. According to Louise Hay, the lungs represent the ability to take in life. Lung cancer would be related to deep grief eating away at the self, or not feeling worthy of living life fully. If you smoke, does this sounds familiar? Then you are most likely living with that thought pattern. I want to be very specific when saying that not all smokers have this addiction for the same reason, not all live with the same thought pattern.
A message to those smokers: release your grief, life is worth living no matter who you are or what you have done or how you have lived. If you can get past that,
you won’t want your body won’t feel the need to smoke anymore, and your body will thank you.
This is not a message to bash smokers, as mentioned in some comments received on this post. I know many smokers and love them dearly. Some of them have been trying to quit for years and have not been successful. I do believe they want to quit and don’t want to smoke, my message is to try and help them — the ones that desperately are trying to quit and can’t understand why it is not working. In today’s society, we are tought to repress our feelings, that is what is making us sick. If society can come to terms with that, it will help it’s populations health greatly.