“There are many ways to heal cancer. From these, many healing theories and methods have been developed over the last 50 years. But can we really heal cancer or are these just theories to help calm down the psychological problem? When a person is diagnosed with any type of cancer, advice begins to pour in from others, non-stop, for emotional support. Yet, does all this advice really help or does it just come from sympathy, without being backed any experience or knowledge.
In America, breast cancer is second only to lung cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths among women, and it is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women, and it is the leading cause of cancer death for women ages forty to fifty-five. Breast cancer might be the most feared disease by women because it is common yet its causes remain mostly unknown.
In the Tom Tam Healing System, the concepts are much simpler. Monthly, a woman can have anyone (no need for an expert) check the area of the back lateral to T4, LI17 and BL9. Some women enjoy the services of a massage therapist once a month. If so they can ask their therapist to work on the T4 area for five to ten minutes, and also on LI17, which is located on the neck.
I deeply believe that the T4 and T17 blockages are the root cause of breast cancer, but one need not panic if they find blockages at those locations – it does not mean that breast cancer is present; however, with a diagnosed case of breast cancer, the major blockages will be at T4, on the same side of the body which has the cancer.
In my practice, all women who have breast cancer or cysts have one thing in common: a blockage in the T4 and LI17 areas. Most have a blockage on the same side as the cancer. In the T4 area, we can see puffing or skin marks such as a mole, rash, or red petechiae. In my healing philosophy, T4 is a Chi passageway to the breast and controls sweat glands, hair follicles, and skin problems including skin cancer, melanomas, and psoriasis. LI17 is the phrenic nerve, which may increase the oxygen needed to correct cell mutation