I get emails from readers who have been diagnosed with cancer letting me know that they are going on the baking soda molasses protocol, some version of their own protocols, or some other diet or special ‘cancer fighting’ program. I honor anyone who takes charge of their health and dances their way to health; or at least those giving themSelves a chance to reclaim their health.

When it comes right down to it, however, is it really about the pill, or surgery, or baking soda, or cesium, or chemotherapy, or radiation? The more I experience about this whole cancer and health thing the more I lean closer and closer to realizing that there is another player in the mix. And this player is a big one. It is the Person themSelf who is the determining factor as to whether something ‘works’ or not. Of course, the above mentioned ‘cancer fighters’ have certain properties and strengths to perhaps correct a cancer attack. There are many factors that will determine the depth of success (or failure) of, say. . .  something like adjusting a body’s pH by using baking soda or alkaline diet. You probably can think of a few youSelf. Some are a person’s beliefs, their confidence in the themSelf and/or the person facilitating the process, confidence in the process, past successes, and etc.

In any respect, here is a letter I have written to potential cancer dancers:

 “. . . Thanks for the email. The baking soda will do its job. It can only go so far though, and then it relies on You to do the rest. You are in charge! There are many parts that are important for reclaiming ones’ rightful health. The biggest part is the part you play. The body wants you to relax so that it can do its job, which is to have healthy cells. Are you a relaxed person? If not, do you know how to get there? Focused deep breathing, much like PTR Breathing, is one of the keys in reclaiming your role in your health. Check also in FAQ. Did you notice that in Don Porter’s Protocol that he used breathing. I also used breathing. I was fortunate enough to be turned onto PTR Breathing when I needed it. It helped fill my body with delicious oxygen, as well as relaxation and the ability to keep my mind focused on the good things in my life – past, present, and future. Breathing and meditation have immeasurable benefits. Do both! Do you know how to meditate? Have you read the pages on PTR Breathing? Have you read Don’s protocol? He has some excellent ideas on breathing also. Ilana used Qigong to focus, relax, and breathe when she was dancing with invasive breast cancer. She speaks highly for Qigong. I have not done it, but can sense its potential power and ability to help return oneSelf to One’s Self. An alkaline diet is important. Try to incorporate at least an 80/20 alkaline food intake while you are in the process of reclaiming your health. You can type in ‘alkaline diet’ in the seach engine of the website, or google it to learn more. Once you have your health back, then you can, of course relax your diet. By this time, you will have realized more about yourSelf than you knew before. I suppose that you have figured out by now that I am talking more than baking soda and molasses here. Vernon “Vito” Johnston”

And then again. . . what are you going to do when your health returns? I hear many stories of people who have ‘beaten’ their cancer, only to have it return. Are you going to continue to do the protocol ‘forever’, because if you stop you put yourSelf back dead square in the sights of the cancer shooter once more.  Does it make sense that a person must become more than what they were before disease entered their lives? It sure does to me! And I am constantly making an effort to be more than I was before cancer snapped me in the prostate and the bones. . . . Good Afternoon! Vj

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5 Responses to “Cancer: It is not all about Baking Soda, Budwig Diet, Chemo, Surgery, Etc”

  1. […] couldn’t help mySelf. The quote below showed the very day after posting my thoughts and feelings about thoughts and feelings on cancer and reclaiming one’s health. […]

    • Vernon aka Vito says:

      The Breathing pattern is a different syncopation. It is a 1. . . 2. . . 3. . . (breathe in), and then a 4. . . 5. . . 6. . . 7. . . 8. . . (breathe out). Very exciting indeed. All this done to the timing of the music and the words. Relaxtion comes. . .

  2. Carole Quick says:

    Assume this did not go through. I am wondering if there are any PTR Breathing instructors in our area.

    • Vernon aka Vito says:

      Carole. . . I would be happy to offer you a few helpful hints to get you started. Have you read about PTR Breathing here http://phkillscancer.com/ptr_b.....for_health and FAQ here http://phkillscancer.com/faq? The beauty of PTR Breathing is that it is quite simple. You may want to start at 15 minutes and work your way up. 15 minutes to 20 minutes a day would be an excellent daily maintenance program so to speak. If one is serious about discovering more then stretch that time out. You will know how much to do. When I was challenged physically I focus breathed accumulatively 3 hours a day for 8 days in a row.

      Don Porter talks about his deep breathing he did while doing his version of the protocol to reclaim his health magical and benificial adventure. He recommends, and I quote “Do Deep breathing (30x – 3-10x day or more). OXYGEN KILLS cancer cells”. You may try his breathing method. Or mix and match with how I did it. The goal is to deliver oxygen and relaxation to your body. If you would like more hints let me know. . . Vernon “Vito” Johnston

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