Dec 19, 2009 - 6:51 pm
This is spilled over from an idea I had earlier on one of these threads. Here's my ah ha moment.
Okay, I’ve got it, how to attack the problem of commutative thought,common thought, however you choose to think of it for yourself.
Our cancer is for the most part a p53 gene driven cancer. The p53 gene, which controls aberrant cellS, signaling cell death and repairing DNA, has mutated to a point where it no longer repairs the cell or tells it to die. though Although there is something very wrong with the and it should definitely die. The fact that it is not working is its mutation. it's been turned off, for whatever reason.
So here is what needs to be done and here is what we should envision and while we're at it, get our family and friends to envision with us.
A gene, on one of those tests that you see all the rows of genes on, is dark if it is active and light if it is inactive. Well our little p53’s have mutated and taken a vacation from the exercise of flipping the kill switch. So some of our cells are now defective cancer cells proliferating all over the place, and with no active p53 to keep them in check and either fix the problem or cause them to die, are akin to a raging forest fire with a Santa Anna wind at their backs and intent or not are most likely going to shorten our lovely lives if we don't do more than we are all currently doing.
So, at a specified time in each day, (Mary Ann thinks we should think this all at the same time, I might lean towards spreading it out over the course of the day) we see a light switch labeled p53, and we see ourselves flip it up with a force that it must take notice of. We turn it on with a vengeance. We are in essence seeing ourselves turn on the p53’s ability to again begin the process of terminating the defective cancer cells and when we take a look at our genetic code strips, and look at the ones in the p53 slot we see that the boxes depicting the p53 are the blackest of blacks working their little arms off zapping cancer cells. Apoptosis has begun, we will all be fine. This isn’t all that we have to do, but envisioning it is a beginning. There are other phases to this tactic and those who want to stand up and fight must work at defeating cancer by their daily actions. Please don’t just wait for something or another to be done to you. You do something to your stupid cancer. You can make a difference. I believe this with all my heart.
It will take work and discipline, but I believe it is something we can do, those of us who want to, we can.
Read the book Anti Cancer, A new Way of Life. Choose what you are willing to do and try to the best of your ability to do it. I will try my best too. It’s not a book that demands you spend money, only that you invest of yourself.
I realize I most likely sound like an insane eight year old. Probaly not far from the truth, but a girl can dream can’t she.
Love and hope,
Here is part of that prior thread:
I wish for us all to live a longer fuller life than we may currently feel we have. All of us.
Here is an odd suggestion coming from me, as am not quite able to feel I am smart enough to answer the question of whether there is or is not a God outside of our internal one, I do believe in the power of communitive thought, (I may have just made that term up, but I think it aptly conveys what I mean) and think that everyday we should take a few minutes to think about one another, and focus on each wishing the others to get well and live long happy, productive lives, without cancer. With a heartfelt amen at the end.
My love and gratitude to you all,