Mantra for Cancer

Frances Fox discovered the structure of the human mind which she calls mindstrings and has mindmapped many diseases. This is an excerpt from her upcoming book.
The disease process

The 72,000 mindstrings and other levels of the string infrastructure have everything to do with health and happiness. When there is neck pain, there are hundreds of mindstrings and their fingers clutching the neck, just like mindstrings of the newborn with colic. The exact same dynamics occur when a person has cancer, Alzheimer’s and other diseases. The mindstrings are clutching at something that the person is reacting to, whether it is physical pain or emotional distress.  Lets look at what causes the mindstrings to clutch that ultimately ends in a cancerous state of mind.

Cancer Vasanas

We have investigated the “energetics” of cancer for several years. This is the information we have gleaned from our research.

The disease called cancer is rooted in the mindstrings, said differently, a vasana is formed, when thousands of mindstrings clutch onto:

  1. 1.     A reaction of rage to a trauma/life situation


  1. 2.    The acceptance/realization thought that the person cannot/or are not willing to do anything about what they are angry about, a feeling of impotence


  1. 3.    a decision not to deal with the issue at all, the ultimately repression


The result is that thousands of mindstrings associated with the trauma that made the person angry, clutch the emotions and thoughts about the trauma, and press them against an organ or part of the body that has to do with the issue.

The victim of cancer has accepted something that has made them very angry but that they feel they cannot do anything about it, so they simply repress their true reaction. They have what is called “high emotional restraint”.

Cancer: High emotional constraint according to scientific studies

This is what a scientific study says about cancer that appears to validate our observation that the “clutching” of emotions is an issue with cancer:

  • Negative affectivity, restriction of emotions, and site of metastases predict mortality in recurrent breast cancer. OBJECTIVE: To assess whether negative affectivity and restriction of emotions predict survival time with recurrent breast cancer. METHODS: Thirty-two patients with recurrent breast cancer, diagnosed 6-19 months earlier and stabilized using surgical, medical and/or radiation therapies, were enrolled. Cox regression survival analyses, including initial severity of metastases (RR=4.3 [1.3-14.3]; p=0.02), were used to explore the association of psychological variables with survival.
  •  RESULTS: Low chronic anxiety in the context of low emotional constraint predicted low mortality (RR 0.07 [0.01-0.52]; p=0.007).
  • However, patients with low chronic anxiety scores but with high constraint had higher mortality (RR=3.7 [1.2-11.5; p=0.02). High chronic anxiety, with or without high constraint, also predicted earlier death, as did high control of feelings. CONCLUSION: An integrated model of negative affectivity in the context of restriction of emotions appears to strengthen the prediction of survival based on severity of breast cancer metastases.
  • PreMedline Identifier: 1105360 J Psychosom Res.  2000; 49(1):59-68 (ISSN: 0022-3999)  Weihs KL; Enright TM; Simmens SJ; Reiss D …Center for Family Research, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, The George Washington University Medical Center, Ross Hall, Room 612B, 2300 Eye Street, NW, Washington, DC 20037, USA.

Time lapse from trauma to diagnosis of cancer: 24-27 months

The cancer root vasana is rooted in an event/trauma/situation that began approximately 24-27 months prior to the cancer diagnosis. This time frame has been validated while working with several clients with cancer. At times the client had to go back home to search through their agendas to jog their memory as to the event. Each has been astounded that that particular event/trauma could be the basis for their cancer because of the simplicity of the event.

Cancer: what is the intention of the patient

We had an acquaintance that appeared very happy, yet one day as I gave him a glass of water, I stopped and said, “you are going to die of cancer within 5 years if you do not go out and get a life that makes you happy”.  When he questioned me, I told him he wanted to die because he was so unhappy.

He denied being unhappy but said he would not choose to die even if he was because he had small children and he would not do that to them. My response was that might be what he thought, but that was not his true intention. His true intention was to die, not to stick around to take care of his kids.

Five years later he had cancer, and in spite of working diligently with the mantras, the cancer spread and his died, as he always intended. The other people I was working with did not die of their cancers, because that was not their intention. Get it?

 Cancer Case Study: 1998

The mind map below is of a man in his sixties who had multiple recurrences of cancer. as if the cancer refused to let go of him, always popping up in different parts of his body. The mind map shows the mindstrings clutching…Use your imagination and lay the mind map over the graphic so you can see what parts of the body are being clutches, which tell you what part of the body had cancer that time.

Mind Map of a person with cancer that has spread
Mind Map of a person with cancer that has spread