Thursday, October 18, 2018

Something Else to Think About in Dealing With Breast Cancer

I have been putting together a series of classes on integrated healing.  Since we are body, mind, spirit and emotions it is often necessary to heal the last three before physical healing can occur.  As I was working on Generational Sins, Diseases and Curses, I came across this amazing information in Henry Wright's book A More Excellent Way. 

"Cysts or tumors that appear in the left breast tissue seem to follow unresolved bitterness and conflict between that female and another female blood relative, such as mother, sister, aunt, grandmother.  Tumors or cuysts that appear in the right breast seem to be the result of unresolved bittrness and conflict between the female who has the tumors and another female (non-blood relative) such as a mother-in-law or a person in the workplace or a person in the church.  Although there are exemptions, this observation is holding true in over 80% of all cancer cases,  There are an increasing number of females who are being healed.  In fact, breast tumors just disappear when that woman forgives another female. "  p. 186.

This seems to me to be something to take note of and to check out.  If you, or someone you know, has breast cancer it would be good to make sure you don't have any unforgiveness or bitterness towards other women in your family or circle of friends.

What do you think?  I would love to hear if you know anyone for which this seems to be true.

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