In the 1998 movie, City of Angels starring Meg Ryan there is a wonderful line where she is describing the taste of a pear to Nicholas Cage who has never had that experience.

From the movie script … ‘Describe it. Like Hemingway. Well, it tastes like … a pear. You don’t know what a pear tastes like? I don’t know what a pear tastes like to you.’

In order to understand what a pear is like, we must experience a pear firsthand. It is only through personal experience can we ever truly know.

German New Medicine stirs up many faceted questions.

Disbelief, this can’t be valid.

Simplicity, this is too simplistic (it’s not in application.)

Responsibility, this information is dangerous.

Skepticism, skepticism as a form of logic was disproved centuries ago by philosophers like Plato & Socrates. The flaw in all skeptical critique is that skepticism is based upon a premise of disbelief. In other words they set about to prove their position of disbelief is correct.

Why not start with the premise (like a scientist would) that you don’t know and use reason to find the truth? The answers to which are equally faceted. Hearing a response from someone else will not be any more satisfying than hearing someone explain what a pear tastes like.

Take some time to study and learn GNM from an experienced source, put it into application, absorb it, process it, experience it. Observe the five biological principles. This is the only way you will find answers that are personally satisfying.  German New Medicine Prractitioners and German New Medicine Therapists educate, teach, explain and share.

From the big book of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) … “There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance – that principle is contempt prior to investigation.


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