How It Has Been Too Frequently
Myrna, 40, a single mother with a 6-year-old son, was diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. She had a mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiation, and entered traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy. She died after six years. Her son went to live with his dad and step-mom, having traumatically experienced her battle with cancer.
Michael, 36, was diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic colon cancer. Doctors gave no hope but suggested a colon resection that might lengthen Michael’s life. He had the surgery. Michael also tried all the alternative treatments that made sense to him, and was treated in clinics in Ireland, Mexico, and Arizona. Later, he had more chemo. He went into therapy with a social worker who specialized in treating people with cancer and in death work. Michael died two years later leaving two young children and an overwhelmed, grieving wife.
SOME RESULTS USING AIT CPAT
Consuelo, 52, was diagnosed with a pre-cancerous cervix and scheduled for a hysterectomy in two months. She asked to be treated with CPAT so she wouldn’t need surgery. She had a marathon treatment: eight hours of CPAT treatment in two consecutive days. The major traumatic causes all concerned how her mother had treated her in childhood. Two months later Consuelo was retested by her gynecologist. Her cervical tissue was normal. She was retested at 6-month intervals for some years afterward, and her cervix remains normal to this day.
Calvin, 72, was diagnosed with Stage 2 prostate cancer. Doctors offered surgical tumor removal and radioactive seeding, which Calvin refused. He chose to be treated with CPAT because he felt, rightly, it turned out, that the major psychological cause of his cancer was his irresponsible treatment of his high school girlfriend, whom he had left pregnant when he went off to college. We treated this and the guilt and shame he felt about it. Calvin found her again, discovered with great relief that she had miscarried, and apologized to her. He went into remission and is still in remission some 15 years later.
Susannah, 49, was diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic uterine cancer. Doctors gave no hope. They surgically removed her uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries, and also treated her with chemo and radiation. During two recurrences, she tried many alternative treatments and was treated in clinics in Germany and Mexico. Susannah became a participant in the first CPAT trial. She was treated with AIT for Type C Personality, being dominated in her marriage, spiritual blockage, and a poorly functioning immune system. She went into remission and has remained in remission for the past year.
Carla, 72, was diagnosed with Stage 1 Thyroid Cancer. She opted entirely for CPAT treatment. The physical cause of her cancer that we discovered was her dysfunctional immune system, which we treated energetically. The main psychological cause was Carla’s highly stressful hot shot job in advertising kept her busy 18 hours per day. Also, she had lost her ability to rest and play, gave no time to her spiritual life, and paid no attention to inner guidance, whose message was, “Discover and become who you really are.” During AIT CPAT therapy, she learned to slow down, changed her job, and went into remission. She has been in remission for one year.