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Angiogenesis, Cancer and the Emotion Code

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Cancer is something we are all familiar with, you may even know someone who has been affected by it, whether a family member or a friend, but what is angiogenesis? And, what has all this got to do with the Emotion Code?

Angiogenesis, has in recent years been found to be a contributing factor towards cancer. It was fascinating for me to see how in studies, using certain drugs, the scientists could halt angiogenesis in cancer cells to varying degrees of success to stop cancer growth. I began to think about the connection between the Emotion Code, cancer, and the process of angiogenesis, and I wanted to share my thoughts with you here.

Firstly, what is angiogenesis and why is it important in the body?

Angiogenesis is a normal process in the body, it is critical in normal development and wound healing, but also in development of tumors. In the former, when the endothelial cells are activated by an angiogenic stimulus, they are activated to release vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) which results in growth of new capillaries to bring blood flow to the area.

When there are a few cancerous cells in the body, these cells begin dividing, but then reach a point where they become oxygen deficient and need oxygen to continue dividing. At this point these cells express VEGF, which diffuses through the tissues, activating endothelial cells on nearby vessels to sprout capillaries. This then leads to new capillaries forming and spreading into the cancer cells, allowing them to reproduce.

Secondly, how is this connected to the Emotion Code?

Everything is energy, our organs, our tissues, even our emotions, and when emotions are trapped in the body it can lead to dis-ease or pain. With the Emotion Code it is possible to identify these emotions and release them. In many cases it can be emotions that had been trapped a while back that are now “calling out” in pain or dis-ease to be released. It’s the body’s way of signaling to us that something is out of harmony.

This is where I began to wonder, what if it is possible with the Emotion Code to not only look at releasing emotions that cause the cells to become cancerous, BUT to also ask what emotions are causing the cancer cells to move into angiogenesis phase? This to me felt like adding another dimension to this energetic work.

When we understand the science behind how the cancer sustains itself and uses the natural body responses to move further out into the body, we can also begin to ask what energy, i.e. trapped emotions, are there that are causing this to happen.

This is fascinating to me and I hope that it has allowed you to open up to the possibility that maybe by asking these questions it is possible to stop angiogenesis in the cancer cells, whereby targeting the blood vessel growth to these cells.

There are, of course, studies still being done on this subject in many laboratories, but I wanted to write this article to bring in the aspect of energy work, i.e. releasing trapped emotions, along with whatever work that is being carried out. It is crucial that the energy imbalances causing the angiogenesis and cancer cells to form are looked at also, along with other methods by the medical establishment. It is always about balance.

Here is the video that inspired me to write this article, it’s a TED talk by Dr William Li, who is working on developing anti-antiogeneic therapy. Most of what he mentions looks at drugs and food to prevent angiogenesis, which is wonderful and very promising. But what if we could add the dimension of looking at the energy behind it, and as I have said, it is about balancing both.

by Charan Surdhar, Emotion Code and Body Code Practitioner

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13 Comments to "Angiogenesis, Cancer and the Emotion Code"

  1. Natalia

    March 4, 2013

    Fantástico .....like always my friend! Love You.... Thank You very much!

  2. Peg Sutherland

    March 7, 2013

    The question comes up of whether the "body" understands the medical terms . I have found though that the more specific I can be, for example an event, the better the finding underlying causes.
    Charan, I want to say that your work and presentation of it is amazing ,and greatly appreciated by all of us I am sure:)

    • Amy

      March 8, 2013

      I have the same question Peg. I find I can clear MUCH more when I leave medical terms out. For instance, if I ask what trapped emotions are contributing to someone's manifestation of arthritis, I'll get some emotions. But if I ask what's causing inflammation leading to painful joints, I'll get many more and I feel intuitively like I'm clearing much deeper.

      Charan, thank you as always for a new way of looking at things!! You're wonderful.

  3. Deanna Batte

    March 7, 2013

    Thank you so much for this very informative video. I LOVE education and especially about wellness.
    Blessings to you.

  4. Julie Holmes

    March 8, 2013

    Thank you for this interesting video, I have a family history of Cancers and I am therefore of the opinion that prevention is better than cure. Will be restocking my cupboards. It would be amazing if we could find a way of phrasing questions to tie in use of the emotion code.

    Best wishes for your future endeavours.

    Julie

  5. Eiman

    March 8, 2013

    Great article Charan, thanks for sharing. 🙂

    From my experience, if you ask general questions of the body, it will tend to give you the upper most obvious layer of emotions that maybe contributing to a certain condition, therefore, by going deeper & allowing the subconcious to "scan" the body for imbalances at a deeper level by asking specific questions will only increase the effectiveness of the results you get as a practitioner.

    Thanks for being this up and sharing it here 🙂

    Blessings,

    Eiman

  6. Eiman

    March 8, 2013

    Great article Charan, thanks for sharing. 🙂

    From my experience, if you ask general questions of the body, it will tend to give you the upper most obvious layer of emotions that maybe contributing to a certain condition, therefore, by going deeper & allowing the subconcious to "scan" the body for imbalances at a deeper level by asking specific questions will only increase the effectiveness of the results you get as a practitioner.

    Thanks for being this up and sharing it here 🙂

    Blessings,

    Eiman

  7. Eiman

    March 8, 2013

    Great article Charan, thanks for sharing. 🙂

    From my experience, if you ask general questions of the body, it will tend to give you the upper most obvious layer of emotions that maybe contributing to a certain condition, therefore, by going deeper & allowing the subconcious to "scan" the body for imbalances at a deeper level by asking specific questions will only increase the effectiveness of the results you get as a practitioner.

    Thanks for being this up and sharing it here 🙂

    Blessings,

    Eiman

  8. Susan Chapman

    March 8, 2013

    How wonderful to get this information! Thank you for all the continued help in using this most incredible Emotion Code. Lives are being effected for good because of your inspired willingness to share and help so many.

  9. John Schlapbach

    March 11, 2013

    Thank you for this Charan it is very thought provoking. As we know everything is energy and for every effect there is a cause. I learned a phrase from one of my teachers and mentors many years ago. "you need to be specific to be terrific". and this apllies to everything in life. Using the emotion code and body code to help others seems to work better the more specific we are at asking questions of the subconscious mind.

  10. jill zabicki

    March 13, 2013

    Hi Charan:

    Do you have any contact information on Dr. William Li? I need to talk to him about my 13 year old dog with lesions. Please advise and this would be very much appreciated.

    Thank you

    Jill Zabicki
    New to the Emotion Code

  11. Beverley Dymond

    July 16, 2014

    I am working with someone who has breast cancer and prostate cancer and tumours on the bladder any suggestions on questions to ask? beverley@emotionalhealing.com. Greatly appreciate the advice.

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