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Using every healing aid
If you have to deal with cancer, you should certainly take care not to have too high expectations from any kind of treatment. However, it is also important to use any healing aid for what it’s worth to you. AURELIS can be seen as an additional, very democratic aid for anyone with cancer. The effects of AURELIS that we deem realistic, include: a heightening of well-being, a diminishing of side effects and enhancement of the effects of other treatments and yes: also the increase of your chances to attain a spontaneous healing, whether or not in combination with other kinds of therapy. This is not scientifically proven. We ground our conviction on ‘merely’ strong feelings and rationality.
Another treatment is not less useful
The use of AURELIS is NO option INSTEAD OF another treatment. You can use it together with whatever other treatment. Nothing in AURELIS may give you the idea that another treatment becomes less useful through this.
No feelings of guilt
From the start, we have given a lot of attention to avoiding negative effects like the induction of feelings of guilt or auto-aggression. The idea that one can and should fight against cancer, is OK. AURELIS offers you powerful mental instruments to accomplish this. However: we deem ‘aggression’ against cancer as inappropriate and therefore this is not present in this indication, even though an aggressive attitude against cancer is socially the most accepted one. We do not accept cancer as such, but we do not mentally cut it out neither. According to us, a consequent attitude in this vein leads to the best chances for healing. We are convinced that the future will prove this to be right.
Imagination of a lake in a storm
You imagine a mountain landscape and a beautiful lake, but it's stormy weather. Then the storm clears up. You discover the rain has washed away most of the dirt, leaving everything cleaner and nicer. You feel how your attention for these images has quickened this positive evolution.Play Session
WBC as white knights who pin down their enemies
You imagine your cancer cells as weak and confused. White blood cells come in the form of white knights to clear them away, full of energy and self-confidence. They don't do this out of aggression, because it's their job to perform to your advantage.Play Session
A magical mist that lessens your symptoms
A special kind of mist slowly rises with the only goal of helping you. Everywhere it touches you, the mist goes through your skin and replaces the pain, nausea and other discomfort of the cancer and its treatment.Play Session
Using your own power against this undesirable situation
You discover inside yourself mental possibilities that can help you attain true healing. What matters monst in this is accepting yourself as a whole person when you are ready.Play Session
Spiritually awakening and learning
Through your experience with cancer, you can gain a more spiritual insight into your own life and life in general. This may feel like an 'awakening'. With this session, you get guidance on this quest for a deeper self.Play Session
Controlling side effects of chemotherapy
Side effects of chemotherapy often occur before the next chemo is administered. This is a very well known phenomenon that can only be explained by means of autosuggestion. With this session you use the same principle to reach the inverse (positive) effect.Play Session
Yourself as a house with many rooms
You look at yourself as a house with many rooms; some rooms make you rather sick and other rooms contain something that you can use for health and convalescence. This is mainly about emotional contents.Play Session
Heightening placebo of medication/radiation
Cancer treatments, like almost all other treatments, have a certain degree of placebo effect (the healing effect that comes not from the treatment, but from yourself). By focusing on this in a good way, you can optimize this effect.Play Session
Towards a future in which healing has occurred
You don’t fool yourself, however, in a rational way you ‘throw’ the hope on deeper healing towards a time before you and allow yourself to be attracted by this like iron to a magnet. This happens in an entirely spontaneous way without fighting.Play Session
Feeling of unity with yourself and nature as an aid to healing
You attain a feeling of complete peace and unity with yourself and with everything in nature. This doesn’t bring with a feeling of grasp-control, but a kind of deeper ‘control’ that gives you (even in the most difficult circumstances) a worthy place to live in and experience life itself.Play Session
A screen between you and the radiation
You place a screen between yourself and the source of radiation, which ensures the rays go where they should, but the side effects are decreased. The screen filters out the noxious nature of the rays.Play Session
In the hospital as a 'holy place'
You can do this exercise while lying in the hospital. You imagine you are there at a 'holy place' that ensures that you feel better and, apart from the treatment, your chances of spontaneous healing increase.Play Session
A healing message by means of special gloves
With special gloves you approach the cancer. You envelop it and give all the cancerous cells the message: they are not evolving into the right direction. You show purely through feeling what the right direction is and you feel almost immediately the reaction to this.Play Session
Long relaxation, pain reduction, promotion of healing
This is a somewhat longer relaxation combined with relevant suggestions. You let yourself sink into this. A deep, long relaxation is considered in the case of cancer to have a certain healing activity by itself.Play Session
- Adverse life events and breast cancer: case-control study [see comments] by Chen CC; David AS; Nunnerley H; Michell M; Dawson JL; Berry H; Dobbs J; Fahy T Journal: BMJ. 1995 Dec 9. 311(7019). P 1527-30.
- The relationship between psychosocial factors and breast cancer: some unexpected results by Edwards JR; Cooper CL; Gail Pearl S.; de Paredes ES et al Journal: Behavioral Medicine Spring 1990
- Coping strategies of long-term cancer survivors. by Halstead MT; Fernsler JI Journal: Cancer Nurs. 1994 Apr. 17(2). P 94-100.
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