Mind Over Cancer
A meditative call to arms has been sounded by Beastie Boy's Adam Yauch. The goal is to use the power of the mind and it's collective connectivity around the globe to thwart cancer cells by focusing energy to dismantle the hazardous cells and bring balance to mind and body.
Yauch, a follower of Tibetan Buddhism since the early '90s, was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in his left salivary gland. Since the diagnosis he has made a trip to India to receive Tibetan medicine and meditate with the Dalai Lama. What he has in mind now is to bring people together in both body and mind and link their conscious intent to a common goal.
Awareness about the power of meditation to transform bodies in a state of "dis-ease" has been on the rise. Yauch has initiated, beginning with a small group of friends, a collective meditation that harnessed the minds' influence on subtle vibratory fields to amplify a focused intent onto an unbalanced entity like cancer cells.
Recently, modern science has learned about unseen realms that coexist with our dominant reality and how consciousness is intimately linked to the physical world. These discoveries seems to point to a way in which we can use conscious intent to orchestrate an amplification of focalized vibration that manifests in our everyday life.
That is exactly what Yauch has proposed by meditating two times a day, at 9:30am and 6:30pm EST, and welcoming all to participate in the visualization of "taking the energy away from the cancer, and then sending it back at the cancer as lightning bolts that will break apart the DNA and RNA of the cells." Yauch incorporates a number of shamanistic methods in the focalized meditation, offering choices to people in the preferences of this manifestation by including dance and music and the visualization of other disease that are hampering humanity in its state of imbalance.
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