Conflict Shock as Beginning of Disease
Have you ever wondered why you are sick? Was it a virus, a bug you caught or just some mistake that your body made? Have you ever gone to your doctor and asked why do I have this problem, only for him to say, I don’t know? Do you suspect that there must be something more fundamental behind disease rather than risk factors? Is there a ‘missing link’?
In 16th century, Descartes proclaimed that mind and body were separate. Conventional Medicine has focused on understanding the mechanical and chemical aspects of disease, while the cause seem to remain a mystery. Medical dictionaries describe almost all diseases as ‘idiopathic’, meaning ‘of unknown cause’, or ‘autoimmune’, meaning the ‘immune system attacks’ the body. Beyond this, medicine can only offer hypotheses in the form of risk factors, including germs, genetics, lifestyle, mechanical malfunction and stress.
Some therapists look deeper, exploring body type, psychology, energy systems and various other data. Yet even within alternative and complementary approaches there remains a gap in understanding: a definitive and scientifically robust explanation of why specifically we attract a dis-ease.
The current ruling paradigm - Our genes, unhealthy nutrition, toxins, stress levels and germs are the causes of disease!
Let’s explore some of the current ruling theories:
Genetics: The ‘Primacy of DNA’ is the latest media bandwagon and increasingly seen as the answer to many diseases. Yet Bruce Lipton’s work in the field of cell biology and Epigenetics has proven that the environment influences our genes, not the other way round. Why is this still largely ignored?
Nutrition: There is ongoing debate about what constitutes a healthy diet and how certain foods may encourage or avert disease. For the vast majority, nutrition is an important factor affecting our vitality, yet cannot in itself be seen to cause or prevent dis-ease.
Smoking: The media emphasises the link between smoking and many dis-eases, yet research is inconclusive. Many of us know people who have smoked for years and still outlive their peers.
Stress: This is another popularly cited cause of ill health. Even the medical profession say that 95% of disease is caused by stress, but I would like to ask the following questions: What does ‘stress’ actually mean?
Can it be that specific kind of stress is related to a specific illness? What may cause a stress-related illness for one person doesn’t for the next? How can we explain different reactions and tolerance levels?
Germs: Viruses, bacteria and microbes
Louis Pasteur is often glorified as the saviour of humanity for his twin triumphs of pasteurisation and vaccination. What underpins both is his Germ Theory, the foundation of Western medicine and Pasteur’s legacy. However, the most pioneering areas of science are now showing that the Germ Theory is based upon faulty assumptions. Even Pasteur realised this, on his deathbed in 1895 he said:
“The pathogen is nothing. The terrain is everything”
Pasteur’s denouncement came too late to stop the burgeoning medical-industrial complex. Yet mounting evidence, particularly from Dark Field Microscopy, is proving that viruses, bacteria and fungi are continually present within our blood environment, so after all our blood is not sterile like Pasteur proclaimed.
There is no doubt that each of the mentioned factors can have a debilitating effect on your health. However, none can be considered, even in combination, to be the root cause of a disease.
Scientific evidence proves the connection between an emotional shock and dis-ease.
If you’ve ever read books by Dr. Deepak Chopra or Louise Hay, you will be aware of the mind-body connection and emotional links with ill health. This and further evidence gives us an understanding of how and why dis-ease begins. The latest scientific research in Europe explains how a conflict shock or Significant Emotional Event (SEE), always precedes dis-ease.
A SEE is an experience that happens unexpected, is dramatic and emotional, and we don’t know how to deal with it nor express it adequately. It can range from an argument to receiving bad news, such as a bleak medical prognosis to a life-threatening situation like being involved in a car crash or someone close to you leaving you.
At the moment of the SEE, there are changes at all levels: psyche, nervous system, organ, brain and our interaction with the social environment. The latest diagnostic tools like Bio-Decoding/New Medicine map the specific emotions felt at the time of the shock, via the brain, to a specific organ, allowing you to understand the cause and the precise process of dis-ease and healing.
Each area of the brain corresponds to a specific organ, and the impact of the SEE is observable on a brain CT scan. The specific emotion experienced will determine which organ reacts. For example, the epidermis (upper skin) is affected by a loss-of-contact conflict, while the lung alveoli are affected by a fear-of-death conflict. Ultimately the felt emotion is the driver of the dis-ease.
A Paradigm Shift - Symptoms are bio-logical and meaningful.
From the perspective of this paradigm shift, rather than being an error of nature or the cumulative effect of ‘risk factors’, our bodies’ reactions are bio-logically meaningful, with the goal of survival and evolution. This is the case for all dis-eases, including colds, eczemas, diabetes and cancers.
ConsciousLiving Mentor and Transformation Coach