Jumping Jack Flash. Due to my workload this week, ‘Jumping Jack Flash’ will be (relatively) brief. I met with a client last month with a quite embarrassing problem … flatulence. Despite the embarrassing nature of flatulence – we’ll try and introduce some levity to the subject. The above picture was originally intended to accompany the hemorrhoid blog but it ultimately lost out to the ‘pushing the limits of decorum’ Chocolate Altoids. ;’) “But it’s all
The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) feature on German New Medicine.
A very special thank you to the The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association’s Pathways to Family Wellness Magazine for helping us introduce German New Medicine to a broader readership.
The Kiss. Note the flowing hair presented in gold leaf as found in The Kiss, by Austrian Symbolist painter Gustav Klimt. There is a Dutch saying, “Ik hou zoveel van haar, daarom laat ik het groeien” – which loosely translates “I love her so much, so I grow it.” Hair, since the beginning of time has been associated with Power (Samson.) Beauty (Roseanne Roseannadanna ;’) and Love (Brett Kissel.) In the modern
In the novel Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut, there’s a sort of doomsday weapon called ice-nine. Ice-nine is a fictional water crystal that has a higher melting point than ordinary ice – it’s solid at room temperature. One crystal of ice-nine causes other water molecules to become ice-nine and so it can freeze an entire ocean (prionalliance.org). Lyme is conjectured to be like ice-nine: the spiral-shaped bacteria invades, infects and then bores into tissues,
Cognitive Dissonance: The Immune System Construct.
Cognitive Dissonance: The Immune System Construct. In the field of psychology, cognitive dissonance is the mental discomfort (psychological stress) experienced by a person who simultaneously holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas or values. The occurrence of cognitive dissonance occurs when confronted with new information that contradicts said beliefs, ideals and values. In A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance (1957), Leon Festinger proposed that human beings strive for internal psychological consistency in order to
The Morphic Kiosk II
The Morphic Kiosk II (The Morphic Renaissance.) This is about the eternal expansion of human consciousness. In The Morphic Kiosk we discussed the compelling grip that the present medical, scientific and pharmaceutical paradigm holds. The morphic resonance field of subconscious influence that makes surviving an illness so challenging, and how, success, especially in life-threatening situations often comes down to the dismantling of this medical morphic field. In other words, waking up from our
“GNMOLOGY.” Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer flips conventional medicine on it’s head while turning it inside out. Quite a statement, I know. If you are new to German New Medicine it is often a challenge to wrap one’s mind around it all – this is normal. It is for that reason that education is intrinsically woven into all of phone and FaceTime sessions. For the participant to have an authentic grasp of German New
The Morphic Kiosk
The Morphic Kiosk. Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world’s most innovative biologists and writers, is best known for his theory of Morphic Fields, which leads to a vision of a developing universe with its own inherent memory. Rupert Sheldrake coined the phrase “Morphic Resonance Field” to represent the invisible energy patterns shaping and influencing all matter from atoms to humans. He discusses how the ‘presence of the past’ influences cycles in nature and
Misinterpretastasis. Understanding the ‘theory and interpretation’ of metastasis. The standard medicine tells us that a primary cancer has spread (‘mets’) to a secondary and tertiary organ. This is commonly known as the theory of metastasis. Yet, even the prevalent mechanisms are mere hypotheses. For those that have been following these blog posts | case studies – you’re already quite familiar with the notion that a biological conflict will impact us
A Spoonful of Sugar
A Spoonful of Sugar. “A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. The medicine go down. The medicine go down. Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. In a most delightful way.” | Mary Poppins. In the 1964 American musical fantasy – Mary Poppins, A Spoonful of Sugar, sung by Mary instructs her children, Jane and Michael to clean their room. But even though the task is