Dr. Ted Agus And An Awesome Way to Create Yourself Differently

David_Agus-  I recently heard Dr. David Agus, a USC professor of medicine and engineering who leads USC’s Westside Cancer Center and Center for Applied Molecular Medicine, speak about the future of cancer care.

And the future is a paradigm change for oncologists. 

Dr. Agus is a Visionary

The future of cancer treatment, according to Dr. Agus, is systemic.  Currently, a cancer diagnosis is one of our most dreaded fears, Dr. Agus says, because we treat it in a reductionist manner.  But once oncologists treat cancer as cardiologists treat heart disease?   The same systemic solutions will be found, just as we’ve learned to treat heart disease with:

  • A natural diet
  • Increased physical activity
  • Meditation
  • An authentically positive outlook

Along with a traditional Western medical regimen

Cardiologists and patients, alike, understand this systemic formula for expanding both the length and the quality of heart patients’ lives has changed what its diagnosis means.  Diagnosed with heart disease in the 21st Century?  It’s scary, for sure, but a lot of that, now, comes from asking, “Can I really follow that regimen, because that’ll be very different for me?”  It’s well-accepted that a heart disease diagnosis is nothing we’d want, but we can live a long and healthy life if we treat it by truly making those changes.

How archaic would it sound to hear someone growl, “I can’t see any reason to quit eating what I want, stop sitting around the house, no longer distract myself all the time, and learn how see things differently just ’cause I got heart disease!”?

Thankfully So Many of Us Also See What Dr. Agus Sees

Systemic treatment is how Western medicine says “We’re treating this holistically.”  Thus Dr. Agus is actively shifting cancer care to holism, a quantum paradigm.  Holism reflects that systems are not actually the sum of their parts, as Newtonian physics led us to believe.  Larger systems are the creation of smaller systems which cooperate for reasons we rarely fully understand.

These small cooperative systems, as vibrant as the larger one they’re comprising, tell us to jettison the Newtonian paradigm of mechanism.

A mechanistic cancer treatment identifies, isolates, and destroys any cancer cells.   Systemic treatment of cancer, however, isn’t a “seek and destroy” mission.  Instead, like the treatment of heart disease, cancer patients focus on living with cancer.

You Want Me to Do What?

While such treatment sounds odd right now, this is great news for cancer patients.  As heart patients have long known, the effectiveness of reductionist treatments pale in comparison to systemic ones.  Few would question, for example, the inclusion of meditation as part of the regimen for heart disease treatment.

But many did when it meditation was first introduced to the treatment plan.

The quality, and length, of heart patients’ lives skyrocketed once physicians stopped focusing only on their hearts and, instead, them to treat their health systemically.

Prepare to Alter Your Life Using the Same Roadmap as Dr. Agus

And this is great news for all of us.  My next book follows suite, introducing a game-changing systemic model for manifesting.  Though currently writing and revising, I’d like to present a sneak preview.

Systemic manifesting is accomplished through a recipe of four simple actions seemingly unrelated to anything related to traditional Law of Attraction instructions.  But this “treatment plan for suffering” is challenging to not sound like a carnival barker merely by describing its effectiveness.

The four actions?

  • Work your way up the Emotional Reference Chart
  • Be emotionally honest
  • Listen and express to learn
  • Assess formatively

Believe this: as I explain how to do these four things, if your experience is similar to mine, you can actually start manifesting any experience you desire.  I’m simply sharpening the book up as much as possible before releasing it.

But it’s time to start writing about it here.  Please join me on this journey.

Stay tuned to this website and learn how to truly create your life…

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  1. Hi Greg, awesome article! I was wondering whether one could work on different topics using the emotional reference chart at the same time? Let’s say someone is on “grief” with money and “discouraged” with their relationship, could they tackle both things at the same time? – Starting from the two respective positions, not mixing things up, of course. Many thanks and best of vibes to you!


    • Hello Soraya. Thank you for asking.

      I do not recommend working with two topics at once. I find it dilutes the power of the process.

      And, ultimately, I almost always wind up writing about “everything” anyway.

      And, of course, the process never ends. We always get to play the “make it better” game.

  2. Sounds great! Looking forward to hearing more about it all. Lately I have been doing more meditation ( following The Healings Codes model) and being very honest about how I feel. Transformative!….getting all the stress I have been carrying around out of the way and making room for all the good.

    Can’t wait to hear what is next.

    • Thank you Jen. I can’t wait either. And I appreciate you making the time to say so too.

      One of the main reasons to be emotionally honest, I’ve found, is that it helps us learn whatever we need to learn. We can learn what we need to do differently to have the experiences we desire.

      Another reason for emotional honesty? It works!

  3. Here is an interesting passage from Myrtle Fillmore’s (founder of Unity) book, “How To Let God,” that seems to fit in with what you are saying:

    …”The trouble did not respond to ordinary faith and prayer. I finally asked the Lord just why it was that I did not get well. I explained that I had gone all through my consciousness to see what it was that held me, and that I had tried to find the fault.

    The Spirit said to me, “You have looked among your faults; now look among your virtues.” I thought that strange, but soon it came to me that I had tried to keep my feelings to myself, taking great pride in the fact that I never let anyone know just how I felt when anything displeased me or hurt me. I found that I did not feel as sweet and poised on the inside as I seemed outwardly.

    I began to watch, and to redeem this state of mind. I determined to handle all that came to me, before I “swallowed it” and allowed it to irritate, cut, and weaken my nerves and organs. As I gained real poise, and the ability to keep my thoughts and feelings truly free, I was healed and restored to strength and normal functioning.”

    • Thank you, Dennis.

      Emotional honesty has been the greatest contributor to manifesting the experiences I desire.

      When I’m not emotionally honest, I cannot learn from the universe as well as is necessary to truly experience my desires.

      That’s because I’ve found that experiencing my desires has very little to do with my circumstances (unless I choose to make experiencing my desires dependent upon circumstances).

      For example, I’ve been grieving the last few days (an emotion I’m not a huge fan of). Last night, before falling asleep, I was ecstatic to realize that I was laying in bed with someone I love, in a comfortable bed, in a warm bedroom, with a loyal dog on the floor next to us, and listening to the rainfall outside. And I smiled as I reminded myself that THIS is an experience I desire (and have always desired) as much as any other. I experienced it and my circumstances were completely irrelevant; I experienced it because I was being emotionally honest about my grief.

      Thank you very much for sharing that special passage with us.

  4. Thank YOU.

    The thing I found interesting was when Myrtle realized it was not an outside petitioning that made a difference in her health – but a change of mind.

  5. Thank you for the post Greg, and for your books and wisdom. I’ve just about read all your books (I’m on the last one now) and have an out-of-the-box question.

    Can one take something considered universally “bad” (I realize there is no inherent “bad” or “good” other than our beliefs about it) like smoking and tell a good story about it so it doesn’t harm them? Better still, craft a story that actually helps them heal, energizes them, improves their life, etc?

    • That’s an interesting question, Jeff. Thank you for asking it.

      I have learned that I always contribute to displeasing experiences. As part of the system I’m observing, I am responsible for what I bring with me.

      Despite the nature or characteristics of any person, place, thing, or event, my beliefs are creating my experience of it because circumstances reflect them. Even if the reflection of my beliefs is a good match with what those circumstances are trying to convey to me, of their own accord, I am still contributing.

      That means I can participate in circumstances with open eyes.

      It doesn’t mean I am exempt from consequences, nor does it mean I can wish away consequences with positive thinking. It does mean, however, that I can exert some influence over my experiences – even if I don’t have complete control.

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