I think people severely underestimate the power of thoughts and beliefs.
In 1957, a man known as “Mr. Wright” was dying of lymph node cancer that had spread through his body. Baseball-sized tumors were visible all over his body. Doctors agreed that NOTHING could possibly save him.
Mr.Wright did some own personal research and strongly believed a drug called Krebiozen would save him. He convinced the doctors to inject him with it.
After a single dose of Krebiozen, the tumors shrunk by more than half. Ten days later, he was discharged from the hospital.
However, a few months later Mr. Wright learned that the Krebiozen proved to be ineffective in curing cancer. Immediately, the cancer returned just as bad as before.
In a desperate attempt to save his life, doctors gave Mr. Wright a “new super-refined double-strength” version of Krebiozen that, they claimed, had just been developed.
The substance was, in fact, just a saltwater solution.
Nonetheless, Mr. Wright’s tumors again miraculously shrunk, and he left the hospital days later. Sadly, a few months after that, he read that no form of Krebiozen had worked on cancer patients, and he promptly died.
But do you think if Mr.Wright hadn’t found out that out about Krebiozen he would’ve lived healthy for many years? The answer is possibly.
Your mind is a very powerful tool.