Which Came First: Cancer or the Breeding Ground for Cancer?

Which came first: The Chicken or the Egg?

Which came first: the Chicken or the Egg?

Which Came First: Cancer or the Breeding Ground for Cancer?

Are you the victim of cancer?

STOP right there! Please think again! Read the definition of victim (provided by TheFreeDictionary.com):

1. One who is harmed or killed by another: a victim of a mugging.

2. A living creature slain and offered as a sacrifice during a religious rite.

3. One who is harmed by or made to suffer from an act, circumstance, agency, or condition: victims of war.

4. A person who suffers injury, loss, or death as a result of a voluntary undertaking: You are a victim of your own scheming.

5. A person who is tricked, swindled, or taken advantage of: the victim of a cruel hoax.

Now seriously, are you willing to either blame another for your circumstance or voluntarily admit this was your own scheming or that you have been tricked into having cancer? I expect your answer would be NO!

So then just exactly how do you suppose cancer came to you? Did you drink it, eat it, inhale it? Did you willingly sacrifice yourself to cancer? I imagine your answers would again be NO!

Just how did cancer happen to you?

When you went to seek medical intervention for cancer did they seem interested in learning the cause of your cancer? I would guess that question was never asked of you. The medical professionals you have hired (or shall I say, your insurance company has hired) are there to assist you in the removal of cancer not to establish the cause of cancer and remove that.

Let’s do a little research of our own using the DautzenleinTM Unified Theory – which simple states “Observation is the single most important factor to gaining understandings… the Dautzenlein – two dots and one line (two people, places, things, or events and a connection between them)” can be used to evaluate just how in the world cancer inhabited your body.

Dautzenlein is said to utilize common sense: “The mental ability, not based on specialized knowledge, to perceive and distinguish relationships.”

“As a Dautzenleiner, one observes what is there, examines and investigates connections (relationships), and connects the dots to distinguish the big picture. In other words, Dautzenleins are common sense applied to life!”

So while the medical professionals are using surgeries, drugs and radiation to remove cancer from your body, take time to reflect upon all the dots in your life – the people, places, things, or events and the connections between them. Go back as far as two years prior your diagnosis for this evaluation. Using a piece of paper and pen, write down the dots. Mark beside each dot the emotions you feel or felt at that time.

Our emotions create the breeding ground for developing both good cells as well as bad cells. Even though we may believe our thoughts and emotions are consistently positive, we often bury emotions as a coping mechanism for survival. As we bury, we create the environment within our bodies that can lead to negative consequences – illness and disease


A cancer diagnosis is the perfect time to address how we manage our emotions. It is the perfect time to learn about and create new behavior patterns that will avoid burying emotions.

Through the Dautzenleining process you will discover some amazing emotions that you may have successfully buried. Realize that to bury an emotion is not the same as releasing the emotion. We will get to the topic of releasing and how to avoid relapsing into burying emotions later.

Dautzenleining is not a simple process. You may take several days to dig through your past to discover all the dots. The more time you invest in this process, the better the outcome. Think of it as your investment in you. Remember you are worth it! Learn more about investing in your recovery by visiting spotmany.com

Focus on the discovery of Dautzenleins in your life. As you do, you may discover Which Came First: Cancer or the Breeding Ground for Cancer?