Education Is Key To Battling Cancer & Winning

Sharon Kleyne & Effie Chow Discuss Holistic Revelations About Cancer. Effie Chow & Water Life Science® Advocate Sharon Kleyne Agree: Knowledge Heals.

Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on Voice America, recently met on the air with a beloved colleague of many years, Dr. Effie Chow. Dr, Chow is a versatile and talented practitioner who has healed thousands of patients in her holistic practice by focusing on breathing, water consumption, diet, moderate exercise, education and meditation. The talented Chow is a Qigong Grand Master, Energy Healer, Acupuncturist, Author, International Speaker, Humanitarian, Futurist and Visionary who shared her insights on holistic healing and surviving cancer.

Kleyne and Chow see eye-to-eye on most things. For example, they believe that many patients shoot themselves in the foot because they refuse to become educated about their cancer and the alternative treatments available in the world. Kleyne encourages proactive education and honest reportage about cancer research, new technology and breakthroughs, but she also calls for more education about holistic alternatives that can supplement conventional treatments. “Too many people are ignorant when it comes to the facts about cancer,” says Kleyne. “For instance,” Kleyne continues, “how many people know that water must be at the core of new cancer research technology? God is in the water,” Kleyne says, “and through the water, God brings all the power of life onto planet earth.”

Chow concurs, noting that when there is too little water, disease runs amok. Dr. Chow proposes living a more holistic, calmer life. “When one lives closer to nature,” says Chow, “she is better at managing stress. It is well documented that less stress sometimes leads to cancer remission.” Chow notes how the western mindset leans more on chemicals and surgery. It also sees cancer as an enemy, something we need to fight, but that can be negative, Chow points out. “When you fight something,” Chow says, “ it wants to fight you back.”

Chow urges her patients to drink lots of water and eat a careful diet crafted to the individual. “One must be gentle, practice empathic touch, exercise and sound,” says Chow. “The cancer is always listening,” Chow continues. “I believe in positive energy, in love,” she says. Studies in the last ten years at the Foundation for Women’s Cancer, the recent groundbreaking Reiki study at UCLA, the Whitehall studies on civil servants in the United Kingdom and the annual commitments to study projects at more than 300 institutions by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, among many other international studies and programs, overwhelmingly support Dr. Chow’s holistic assertions that high stress/anger increases cortisol, which triggers and exacerbates physical disease (such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer, among many others).

Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, also refers to recent studies that show the holistic healing power of positive thinking and energy around cancer patients. She describs how cancer patients surrounded by negative people and thoughts grow worse and worse, while patients surrounded with love and positive energy show remarkable improvement.

“If your brain is at peace,” Chow says, “and your spirit is happy, your body will be healthier, too.” But if you are housing emotional, physical and environmental stress, Chow and Kleyne agree, you are in great danger of activating the free radicals inside and waking up cancer cells. Chow also pointed out that cancer hates oxygenation because oxygen kills cancer cells. Cancer cells prefer and thrive on Co2 in addition to stress and diets heavy with starch and sugar. Cancer cells also hate water, so the more water you drink (at least 8 to 10 glasses a day) the better! “If we are serious about finding cures for cancer,” says Kleyne “we must make ourselves s smart as our doctors. We have to be responsible for our own illness and cure.”

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