What are the emotional/spiritual issues that either foster healing or disease? What is the work needed to transform old traumas? Jeff Witzeman goes on a quest to find answers.
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My wife did everything right using holistic treatment to deal with her bladder cancer. And it worked! For 5 years we had only a few minimal recurrences. But after 5 years, it came roaring back with a vengeance, and in July 2020, she passed away from a new cancer that formed in her leg. Why?
I headed out, traveling around the country to get answers, from San Diego, California to Yarmouth, Maine…Miami, Florida to Kansas City, MO. What I found is that childhood trauma creates a pain body that lives inside us until it is dissolved. As it lives inside, it creates cellular inflammation. Inflammation is the root cause of all disease. Dissolve the pain body and you free your body to be the detoxifying and regenerating machine that it was created to be.
There are many people out there that have a piece of the puzzle and can help on this journey. So the experts in this film are in no way the end all be all. But I got the answers I need and I think that you will not only get answers, but a roadmap on how to navigate the process. We hear from Dr. Tommy John, Dr. Cassie Huckaby, Ali Zeck, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Dr. Jo Yi, Dr. Thomas Cowan, Alec Zeck, Dr. Carrie Madej, Dr. Kelly Brogan and Xavier Dagba.
The title of the film comes from this idea that we all have a story. But it is our belief about our story that makes the difference. If we believe we are victimized for life from an event or something that was done to us, then we will suffer. If we can be a witness to that event from our higher self to our child self and connect those two...we have a chance to heal.
The beauty of the profound revelation unlocked in this film is that we no longer need $30-50,000 to treat our cancer or other disease. We can use proven natural remedies along with the hard work of changing the emotional landscape that is causing the cellular inflammation. I realize this is difficult to understand, especially for anyone coming from a distinctly allopathic medical model. But once we open up to new ways of healing disease we start to see a pattern in those that are healing from everything. The folks recovering are using will and intention to change their belief about their story and about life.
I’ve watched this film over 30 times and I learn something new every time I watch it. You can certainly rent it from the platforms linked here on the site, but I highly recommend purchasing the film in digital or DVD form as it will offer a lifetime of guidance. The work you do to heal yourself is the most important work on the planet. What you do not only affects you, but all of us, so thank you in advance for taking part in this journey.
He has authored 3 albums with his band Jeff Witzeman & The Jealous Housewives (2000-2012), and 5 documentary films in the last 5 years. Last summer, he worked with Andy Wakefield to music supervise, both writing and selecting music for his seminal film 1986: The Act.
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