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Spiritual Meaning Of Bladder Cancer

In the spiritual meaning of bladder cancer, the soul that has been consumed by its inner anger, guilt, or need for vengeance needs healing. In this state, bladders are the symbols of revenge; they are full of misplaced wrath that must be liberated from the self. Refusing to let go of your grudges and forgive others is a form of revenge against them. Retribution means you have joined them in their bad deeds. To find spiritual meaning of bladder cancer, we must first recognize that although forgiveness is hard to accept, it is always an act of courage and a sign of maturity.

Bladder cancer derives its name from the bladder, which is where it forms. A patient suffering from this ailment as a result of uncontrolled cell growth may be experiencing pain including abdominal, bone and/or skin-related. The occurrence of skin related bladder cancer symptoms is relatively uncommon compared to others. Some common symptoms seen in patients with bladder cancer are:

Bladder cancer, otherwise known as urothelial cancer, is a type of malignancy that begins from the urinary bladder but can also be found in the upper and lower urinary tract. In many cases it has already spread to other regions by the time it is discovered and so people with late-stage cancer are often treated palliatively. According to Cancer Research UK , as of 2010 there were about 3,300 people a year in the UK newly diagnosed with bladder cancer. Some of the symptoms of bladder cancer include blood in the urine; pain during urination; inability to empty your bladder completely; burning sensations when passing urine, and increased frequency and urgency to urinate. Doctors say that those who have a long-standing history of smoking can be at high risk of developing bladder cancer. There are also some factors that can increase your risk of developing bladder cancer such as exposure to industrial chemicals or radiation (including chemotherapy treatment). Treatment options for those suffering through this form of cancer often include chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy combined with radiotherapy.

Spiritual Meaning Of Bladder Cancer

The spiritual meaning of bladder cancer is that you are feeling disconnected from your true self, and you’re not sure who you are anymore. You feel like you’ve lost track of the person you used to be.

But this isn’t necessarily a bad thing—this is actually a chance for renewal and rebirth. A new picture of yourself may emerge if you allow yourself to get back in touch with your true self, rather than what other people expect or want from you.

You might also be feeling like there’s something missing in your life right now, and that can feel very scary. This may be because your soul needs more time to process something that happened in the past—something that may have been traumatic or damaging in some way—and it’s still working through those feelings. The good news is that once this process has been completed, it won’t cause any more issues for your body or mind (or spirit).

To help you understand the spiritual meaning of bladder cancer, we’ll first give a brief overview of what bladder cancer is.

Bladder cancer is a malignant tumor that forms in the bladder. It can also be called urothelial carcinoma or transitional cell carcinoma (TCC). TCC is the most common type of bladder cancer, accounting for about 90% of cases.

Bladder cancer is rare and has been declining in incidence for decades. It is most common in older adults, but it can occur at any age. Men are more likely than women to develop bladder cancer, but the disease affects both genders equally once menopause is reached.

It’s important to note that bladder cancers are not all alike; they have different causes and different treatments. This article will focus on papillary transitional cell carcinoma (PTC), which accounts for approximately 10% of all cases of bladder cancer in the United States each year (about 15,000 people). PTCs are very slow growing and respond well to treatment when caught early enough; however, they can be fatal if not diagnosed quickly enough or if left untreated altogether.*

Cancer has a major impact on society in the US and across the world.

Also, it is the second leading cause of death in the US. Globally, about 1 in 6 deaths is due to cancer.

The most common cancers are:

  • breast cancer;
  • lung and bronchus cancer;
  • prostate cancer;
  • colon and rectum cancer;
  • melanoma of the skin;
  • bladder cancer;
  • non-Hodgkin lymphoma (cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes);
  • kidney and renal pelvis cancer;
  • endometrial cancer (a type of cancer that begins in the uterus);
  • leukemia;
  • pancreatic cancer;
  • thyroid cancer;
  • liver cancer.

Each year, the American Cancer Society (ACS) estimates the numbers of new cancer cases and deaths that will occur in the US and compiles the most recent data on cancer mortality, incidence, and survival.

For instance, in 2018, an estimated 1,735,350 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the US and approximately 609,640 people will die from the disease.

For women, the 3 most common cancers are breast, lung, and colorectal, which collectively represent 50 percent of all cases (breast cancer alone accounts for 30 percent of all new cancer diagnoses in women).

For men, prostate, lung, and colorectal cancers account for 42 percent of all cases (prostate cancer alone accounting for almost 20 percent of all new cancer diagnoses).

The good news is that the cancer death rate dropped 26 percent from its peak of 215.1 per 100,000 population in 1991 to 158.6 per 100,000 in 2015.

A substantial proportion of the drop is due to constant reductions in smoking and advances in early detection and treatment.

Spiritual Meaning Of Cancer (in general)

Cancer represents a life that is not governed by order and the result of disharmony between the cells of the body.

When a person has cancer, the individual cell no longer acknowledges the body’s organization, instead, it develops its own independent life, multiplying no matter what effect it has on the body.

German psychologist Thorwald Dethlefsen compares cancer pathology with the pathology of our modern world, characterized by a ruthless expansion and a predominant pursuit of centrist interests.

Therefore, in the area of economy, politics, religion, or private life, most individuals pursue their own interests, trying to strengthen their own position in life in order to achieve their selfish goals.

Throughout this process, they exploit other people and nature and perceive the world as an enormous guest body. In a similar way, cancer cells consider the body as a guest body, which they exploit ruthlessly to achieve their goals.

Spiritual Meaning Of Breast Cancer

Discarding femininity is one of the main causes of breast cancer.

From this perspective, preventing the occurrence of breast cancer becomes the recovery of femininity, the recapture of a woman’s identity.

Spiritual Meaning Of Bladder Cancer

Anxiety and worrying for long periods of time lead to bladder disease. Apparently, you put psychological pressure on the bladder and it will soon produce its effects.

You must realize that relieving pressure always brings relief. Learn to relieve yourself of the psychological pressure and the bladder will take care of itself.

Spiritual Meaning Of Brain Cancer

Brain cancer represents a sign that you have to change how to think.

You are what is called “hard-headed” and you don’t want to give up old habits which have lasted long enough to get you physically ill.

You must try to understand that life is subject to permanent change. Trust the power of life and you will find freedom.

Spiritual Meaning Of Thyroid Cancer

The thyroid is connected with the feminine ability to act and to honor a great gift: intuition.

At the same time, on a psychological level, the thyroid is associated with communication and expressing oneself or, on the contrary, with inhibition and suppression.

When we make choices and decisions by listening to the voice of intuition and letting it manifest, we are able to balance our thyroid on a metaphysical level as well.

Stomach Cancer Spiritual Meaning

Due to a lack of confidence, you have difficulties accepting feelings, especially those of anger and aggression, and you also experience difficulties coping with conflicts.

Instead, you prefer to “swallow” things and let them “eat” you.

Open up to everything life has to offer and continues to offer you.

Once you begin to understand that there is a meaning behind everything, you will not perceive things so pressing in your stomach.

You will also learn to embrace life with all its impressions and experiences and you will be able to accept your feelings and express them freely.

metaphysical meaning of cancer

When my sister developed cancer earlier this year, I was anxious to discover the metaphysical cause of the disease.

I have always believed that disease manifests on an energetic or emotional level first and then onto a physical level. In an energetic Universe, this theory holds true for the creation of everything and everyone.

Louise Hay, who is an expert on the metaphysical causes of disease states that cancer is often a product of unresolved fears or traumas.

According to her book, “You Can Heal Your Life”, Cancer is caused by-

“Deep hurt. Longstanding resentment. Deep secret or grief eating away at the self. Carrying hatreds.”

Louise herself developed cancer and pinpointed the spiritual and emotional cause to the childhood abuse that she had never worked through. It was only once she worked through the trauma and emotions that bubbled within her that she was able to fully eradicate the cancer from her body.

There are countless stories such as these, and I myself have always looked for the emotional and energetic cause whenever disease comes my way, but when my sister was diagnosed with cancer I was at a bit of a loss.

I understood that it was her journey to go through, but at the same time none of the metaphysical causes stated by Louise or other metaphysicians seemed to resonate. My sister had never experienced a dramatic trauma in her life and she also struggled to resonate with the descriptions that I found and read to her.

She even saw a holistic counsellor that took her on meditative journeys and received regular counselling from a psychologist, but her mental health and state of mind always came back as being extremely healthy and positive.

After months of pondering, I decided that I had to let it go and allow my sister to work things out for herself. If there were some unresolved emotions lurking in the past, I had to allow her to go through the process.

That opportunity never really came however, as just a few short months after being diagnosed she passed away. It all was very sudden and abrupt.

This got me thinking even more about the deeper cause behind cancer and as I was drifting off to sleep one night, the answer floated into my mind.

Souls that develop cancer are highly evolved, advanced souls that are healers. The cancer comes to remind them of their healing abilities or to allow those around them to heal through their experience.

Souls that develop cancer have agreed to sacrifice a lot in order to help the spiritual advancement of those around them and those in their soul group. In doing so, they also advance their own soul and are able to bring their healing powers to the world.

After hearing this message I wondered if I just wanted to believe it because it was my sister and it made me feel better, but when I started looking at other people in my life that had cancer and the effect on those around them, it started to really resonate with me.

Cancer is one of those diseases that brings out the true nature in people. It forces the person, and those involved, to deal with a host of issues such as death, fear, pain, anxiety, stress but also love.

I used to ask my sister constantly to describe how she was feeling and while fear was present, she often commented that she felt much more love. In fact, one of the only times I saw her cry through this journey was when she was expressing her gratitude for all the love she had received after being diagnosed.

Her diagnosis brought my entire family together and acted as a catalyst to mend strained relationships and grudges that were decades old. There is no doubt that part of her purpose was as a healer.

Aside from what I witnessed with my sister, here is what I believe to be the metaphysical causes of cancer-

Cancer occurs in advanced souls who have come to heal, it is through their journey with the disease that they are able to deliver healing energy to those around them. This healing can happen on a spiritual, emotional and even physical level, it can also occur directly or indirectly.
Cancer can also occur when a healer needs to be reminded of their gifts. Often through their journey with cancer they are reunited with their healing abilities, this can happen on both a conscious and subconscious level.
Cancer does not always have to be linked to an individual trauma, rather it can indicate a deep healing that involves an entire soul group. When someone develops develops cancer, it acts as an awakening and healing process for other members of the same soul group. This healing process can be a product of multiple lifetimes and can also take multiple lifetimes.
While everyone’s journey with cancer will be different and will stir different emotions for different people, at the end of the day I believe that cancer is a sign of an advanced soul with healing abilities that has either gone on this journey to help heal others, or needs to be reminded of their own healing abilities.

Metaphysical Meaning Of Skin Cancer

There is a meaning, a message in any illness that we need to understand in order to heal. When we contemplate on the essence of an illness, we come to the deeper meaning of it. The most characteristic trait of cancer is absolute freedom. Cancer cells do not obey any laws set forth by the human body: they multiply without restriction, they take all the nutrients and oxygen they want, and they travel to any organ at will.

This is freedom in the wrong place. On the physical level, every cell and every function of the body need to follow organ specific, strict and predictable laws, otherwise illness and/or pain occur.

On the spiritual level, however, the opposite is true: freedom of expression, creativity, and individuality are the laws we need to follow. There is nobody else on earth who comes close to our individual creativity. Every one of us is unique.

The purpose of life is to express God’s love. How can we do this?

First, we have to become conscious about our thinking, feeling, and actions. This is what Zen is all about: mindful awareness in all we think, feel, and do.

The following seven exercises are meditations to raise our consciousness and transform thoughts and feelings into positive energy:

1. Seriousness needs to be transformed into humor
2. Imitation needs to be transformed into creativity
3. Doubt needs to be transformed into faith
4. Hatred needs to be transformed into love
5. Fear needs to be transformed into courage
6. Despair needs to be transformed into hope
7. Wish to die needs to be transformed into will to live

As an example you can focus on day one on seriousness. Remind yourself in the morning that you want to be conscious about your seriousness. Whenever you become aware of it, try to lighten up, look at the situation and find something humorous in it, something that you can enjoy. This takes obviously practice, but these exercises will be very rewarding, and remember: don’t despair, there is always hope!

Second, we have to find our selves, to find out who we are and why we are here, how we can bring out the best in others and ourselves. This is a very personal, individual path. We need to use our freedom to find out. This is not done by imitating somebody else or stepping into our parents’ footsteps. Unfortunately, we often go the path of least resistance. In most cases, there are two areas where we are “opportunistic”, and the consequences work against expressing our true selves, our creativity, and our uniqueness: in our intimate relationships and in our careers. 50% of all marriages end in divorce. Many marriages that do not end in divorce are merely working relationships. Only 10% of all Americans enjoy their jobs.

Of course we need to look at our life style: eating habits, exercise, stress, etc and help the body fight cancer with medicines that destroy the tumor, support and detox the organism and modulate the immune system. However healing is ultimately an inner path rather than jetting across continents to centers that offer the latest cures and run up credit cards for paper bags of supplements.

Recommended books:

– Love, Medicine, and Miracles by Bernie Siegel
– Cancer as a Turning Point by Lawrence LeShan
– Anatomy of an Illness by Norman Cousins

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