Smoking Does Not Cause Cancer

June 24th, 2012 Posted in Uncategorized

So much in life is counter intuitive, we see all of these supposed “studies” and statistics and other loads of data smog that just muddy the water and misinform us as to the real truth. I am going to drop a major truth bomb on this blog today, here goes:

Smoking Does Not Cause Cancer

Never has and never will.

Jeane Louise Calment was a French super centenarian who smoked for the first 102 years of her life. She lived to the ripe old age of 122 years and 164 days. She is the longest documented human lifespan as of this writing.

The cause of Cancer are the thought patterns and the behaviors that compel a person to smoke.

There are all kinds of reasons people smoke. Young folks take it up as a type of rebellion due to the fact they don’t feel like they fit in. How do I know this? That’s why I smoked, I did it across the street at Jim Taylor’s house in a tree. My mom saw me and cried. I wanted her to see I was rebelling. After she cried even as a youth I saw the pathetic nature of my need to rebel against my parents and just dropped it. It wasn’t worth it to me. I haven’t smoked since.

Aside from youthful rebellion the reason most people smoke is simple.

They do not know how to deal with everyday stress.

I have helped so many people quit smoking, I can’t even remember how many. A girlfriend I taught to quit smoking confided in me that she never realized the level of stress that was present in her life until she gave it up. Now we are talking and we get to core of the real problem. It’s not the cigarette, it never is.

However, when you set the “tit” down or as I call it “the pacifier”. Something amazing happens. The smoke clears and you have to deal with the stress another way.
All the cigarette was and will ever be is a smokescreen.

Isn’t it obvious? The smoke clears and there you are. Just do the work and learn to love yourself and any desire to smoke will clear. It is still incredibly shocking to me that people cannot see that all smoking is a smokescreen to avoid the fact they are not loving themselves.

All “dis-eases” are in direct relation to how we deal with our beliefs and our thought patterns. I don’t do any correcting of my friend’s addictions anymore. I just let them be and find their own way. I am too focused on my creativity in Music. It’s simple when they are ready to change; I tell them simply buy the book You can Heal Your Life
by Louise Hay. She literally wrote the book on curing “dis-ease” and there is nothing I could say or write that is more convincing than that phenomenal little book. If they do not buy they book I know that they are not ready and they will not change at this time anyway.

I have an attractive friend that has been fighting smoking and alcoholism for years. I have suggested in a kind patient way that she pick up a copy of the book. She never does and the problems mount and the stress continue. Remember you can lead a horse to water but you cannot make them drink. It is so rare to find a person with a “teachable spirit” They are like a finding the finest pearl in the world and so rare.

Speaking of Louise Hay look what the Rock Star of Learning to Love Yourself has to say about Lung Cancer:

“There is one thought pattern that is common among people who smoke and get lung cancer . The Lungs represent the ability to take in life. Lung cancer would be related to deep grief eating away at the self, or not feeling worthy of living life fully. If you smoke, does this sound familiar? Then you are most likely living with that thought pattern. I want to be very specific when saying that not all smokers have this addiction for the same reason, not all live with the same thought pattern.”

Wow, now put that in your pipe and smoke it (pun intended)

It’s simple, release your grief, and simply let it go. Your time is limited so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. When you smoke you are living for Phillip Morris and basically a slave to their bunk ass product. That’s no way to live. You would be much better off smoking weed, seriously; at least there are some benefits there.
For the most part stay away from convenience stores in general except for gas and beer.

What else do they have to offer? Let’s see:

Lottery Tickets- Woo Hoo, there’s the path to enlightenment. All the lottery amounts to be is a poor man’s tax. The lower income bracket doesn’t make enough for our government to tax them so what does our great government do; Create a lottery to tax the poor souls by dangling a million dollar carrot in front of them. Think about how pathetic and sad that is. It’s also well known and documented that this demographic doesn’t understand money and the lottery winners who do win almost always loses it quickly due to the fact that they do not know how to handle money.

Do you think Mark Cuban buys Lottery Tickets?

2. Cigarettes
3. Junk Food in cans and boxes
4. And endless array of high fructose corn syrup containing beverages.

See what I mean…

I in no way wrote this with the intent to bash smokers. I want to be clear on that.
I just have been lucky in my life. I have no addictions, have never broken a bone, and I am never sick, ever. I had perfect attendance all through out my formal education. I was a very rebellious youth and believe me my teachers would have preferred someone else have the perfect attendance records. I have also never had a cavity. I know it is because of my thoughts. I first make my thoughts and then they make me. When I read Louise Hay’s book, I knew I was reading the work of a kindred spirit. I already knew what she was saying to be true. I look forward to meeting her this fall.

If you do not feel you have the willpower to do this yourself; call my friend Ed Joseph founder of The Mind Enhancement Center. He can help you tackle this in one visit. Phone: (817) 589-7407 | e-mail info@mindenhancementcenter.com

Nothing stands in the way of a person’s will

Much Love,
Eric


  1. 2 Responses to “Smoking Does Not Cause Cancer”

  2. By Mark Beattie on Jun 24, 2012

    Wow, controversial piece! Just wondering if this means that those of us with a healthy, positive outlook towards life can enjoy the ritual of packing some flake tobacco into a fine Petersons pipe without fear of cancer, or if I’ve misunderstood you and you’re instead suggesting that healing your love of yourself & life will allow you to quit smoking (& thus avoid cancer)?

    Cheers

  3. By Eric on Jun 25, 2012

    Thanks for reading Mark, you are right on with what I am saying. Load that fine Peterson with flake tobacco and enjoy it. Nothing has any meaning except the meaning you give it.
    If you believe smoking is bad for you, it will be. Likewise if you had a compulsion to smoke all the time and went through a tub of flake tobacco a day you would obviously not be a person who was “at ease” When we are not “at ease” we create “disease” with our thoughts. It is so simple, life is so simple.

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