But Can Heilkunst Treat MY Health Condition?

Almost every patient – in one form or another – asks this question when they first encounter Heilkunst medicine.
It’s a good question – and quite natural to want to know the answer to this.
As common as this question is, so is the way that I approach the answer. As with everything in a rational system of medicine, we always have to begin at the beginning – a correct diagnosis.
Before knowing how to approach treatment, a correct diagnosis is first needed.
What is a TRUE versus false diagnosis?
Explore how much of a patient’s health condition is actually obscured by typical allopathic diagnostic labels, and actually pointing treatment in the wrong direction.
Why does Heilkunst divide its diagnostic process into three distinct jurisdictions? Isn’t the simplified allopathic label enough to start a treatment plan?

Transcript generated automatically by a computer algorithm:

Why hello, greetings to you, and welcome to our ongoing series of Heilkunst, question, and answer, and this is as typical for most of our sessions, it’s open, you can join in, you can ask your questions, your whether, whether there’s, there are two ways of doing that, you can type in your question into the comment box right below where you’re watching this video. Or if you want to, if you want to just indicate to me that you’d like to come on camera, you know, there’s more of an easier conversation to have been typing it all out, I can send you the link for that. But either way and if you are not with us here live, you and you’re watching a replay, same thing, you can type in your question in the comments. And I’ll bring that into a future session. So anyways, we will start today’s session with a question that was submitted to me ahead of time. And it’s basically well, really what I’m doing with this question is I’m kind of amalgamating kind of the most common question I ever get, you know, I get it, probably from maybe not 100% of patients. But most patients ask some form of this question at one time or another, but before they become a patient, or at the beginning, they’re trying to make sense of the Heilkunst. And their treatment plan and all this and the way I would kind of amalgamate these questions, this group of questions into one, is it some form of the patient asking well, but you know, how can sound great and everything, but can it help me with my condition? Right, what you’re saying sounds nice in theory, and I’m glad you’ve helped other people. And that’s all lovely. But everyone kind of has the same question, as I’m saying is, yeah, but what about Viq? And it helped me, I’ve got this really unique thing. I have cluster migraines, I have rheumatoid arthritis, I have whatever pick any label that you like. And that’s, that’s the kind of question they’re going to ask, you know, I want to know if I can get help. This is a great question. Because, yeah, Siri is no good. If it doesn’t, if it doesn’t help people in practice. Right. So So yeah, I certainly appreciate the gist of the question and where it’s coming from, and, you know, the general sense of why someone would ask that. And so yeah, just to kind of take that as a general question, I want to break that down into some parts. So we can really come to an understanding together. So in like, just kind of starting in general terms, you know, this is kind of what one of the things this question is pointing to, is, you know, what, I guess you can say, a more a less specific way that that question could be asked is, well, how effective is Heilkunst? You know, what’s your success rate? You know, how many? How many cases out of 1000 will be cured under the Heilkunst? system? So I’d say that’s a little bit more of abstracting the question out to the general case, which is not where people start from they start from themselves, but Well, yeah, let’s, if we put it out to that general case, what’s your success rate? Well, I would say, in general, you know, we don’t, we don’t keep very, you know, highly statistically rigorous statistics, we just kind of know, anecdotally, just from living our practice and living with, with our patient’s cases, and everything, we have, I would say some somewhere over a 95% success rate in chronic illness. And that’s amazing, right? That’s a high number. And, and I say that quite confidently, like, I’m not just pulling a number out of a hat. Like, if I think of the true flow of things you how cases unfold? Yeah, we are definitely in that very, very high percentile. Now, I guess you can ask the super negative question about that is, well, you know, what about the final 5%? Why can’t you cure that, you know, all 100% of cases? And then, the primary thing that’s that really, you know, keeps us let’s say to 95 instead of 100% is something called tissue damage. Now, that’s kind of a there’s a generic term that can mean a number of different things. But let’s just say you know, our bodies you know, all of our organs or systems have a very high capacity for self-healing and even you know, a fair degree of regeneration you let’s even take like the liver, you know, the organ of the liver, it has a super high capacity for regeneration. And then some of the other organs you know, we’ll be lesser degrees you know, lesser, less complete regeneration but, but definitely, we have you always some degree of healing and regenerating shouldn’t be possible within us. But what I just called a minute ago that that idea of tissue damage, it’s kind of like there’s, there’s a point of no return. But well, let’s take the most extreme example if somebody has had, you know, some form of amputation, you have a limb or something like that, well, no amount of self-healing, no amount of vitamins and all the rest of it is going to regrow that arm or that leg. You know, that’s, that’s kind of beyond the point of tissue damage, as I’m calling it. So I’m using, that’s obviously a very extreme example, but just hold the idea of that in mind, is, yeah, we have a tremendous capacity for healing. However, there is a point of no return. And obviously, let’s even go further than amputation. The even more extreme example, is the end of life, right? Death, like there is no, there is no vitamin pill, that’s going to bring somebody back from the dead, right, they’ve gone past the point of no return. And, you know, we can say that’s, that’s, well, well, well, beyond the zone of tissue damage, you know, that’s just, there’s no coming back from that. So I’m giving you these extreme examples, just say there’s an obvious boundary, that we can’t, you know, once you’re over that boundary, there’s no coming back. But by and large, the general scope of healing, and, you know, all the things we do for, you know, for promoting health in ourselves, and to all the specific therapeutic things we do in the clinic like there’s a very, very large range of where healing is possible, where regeneration, and you know, cellular regrowth, and all these things are possible, bringing things back into their natural function like there’s a very, very wide range. So that comprises pretty much the 95%, I’m talking about if success, and the tissue damage really, is really what makes up the bulk of what’s leftover, you know, that remaining 5%, of incurable ink Curability are just kind of, you know, the point of no return as I’m calling it. So that’s just the general concept, you know, we have a great high degree of success. So we’re already now beginning to answer the question, you know, can Heilkunst help me with my condition, you I’ve got this condition, I have cluster migraine, see whatever examples I gave at the beginning. And generally speaking, yes, we can, we can fully heal, we can fully cure, whatever the underlying causes are behind that. Now, that being said, that raises up a broader range of issues. And I’ll just kind of mentioned this in a general sense, because, you know, I’ve done, I’ve done many other blog posts and videos on these ideas, you know, I’ll link to that in when they when I’m posting this later on, you know, for a replay, but, but generally, I just want to give you an outline of those concepts is, you know, I’ve been using these examples, you know, I said to somebody has cluster migraines, or rheumatoid arthritis or whatever, you know, pick your favorite condition name, though, the problem. You know, by and large, those labels, those names are derived from allopathic medicine, now, they have a purpose, they have a certain meaning, you know, they kind of give us a kind of a starting point when it comes to health care, but they’re actually a very, very poor beginning to what we really want to do. We, for each individual case, we want a true diagnosis really gets to the root of what’s going on, like when you work just with those generic labels, you it’s not individualized, it’s not very deep, and you’re not really getting an answer as to what the real causation of such condition is, as you say, you get a label, you kind of get into a certain ballpark is like, okay, migraines, are have something to do with the head, your, your arthritis has something to do with the joints or whatever, you’re in the right ballpark,

But it’s doing almost nothing to tell you, especially on an individual basis, what is causing that for the person. So anyways, all this to say when we get into this whole idea of condition labels, what we call false condition labels, it’s kind of a darn poor place to start, as I say, gets you in the ballpark. But that’s about all it does. So what we want to do, as I said, is we want to get a deep diagnosis right into the roots of the case. And this is individual like you can’t just say, you know, oh, I have the deep diagnosis for all rheumatoid arthritis cases, that doesn’t make any sense. It can only be a case-by-case individual basis, that you can get such a deep diagnosis that we wish so so that’s The general point we want individual, we want a deep diagnosis, and we want to get to the root cause. Because if you’re actually going to solve a problem, you know, the worst thing you can do is I’ve said this in a recent video, I forget how many weeks ago, the worst thing you can do is, is suppress the symptoms, you know, that may temporarily look good, you know, oh, look, you know, the symptoms are gone, I feel better, I’m happy. But once you really understand when that’s a suppression, rather than a true cure, you’ve actually not only not solved anything, you’ve set that patient up to either have those symptoms come back even worse, or they would come back, you know, in a different form, you know, a different part of the body, or a different function, whatever it is, but you’ve effectively set somebody it’s kind of like you, let’s use the analogy of debt, right? If you never pay your debt, your credit card debt and the interest keeps accruing, it’s like, it just becomes like a bigger and bigger and more toxic of a problem. Right? As you say, you may feel good at the moment, but it’s like, oh, I’m living free, and I’m running around doing whatever I feel like you I’m ignoring my credit card debt, but that’s going to come back to bite you. So anyways, I’m using that as an analogy. But the same thing, if you have suppression, instead of cure, like if you’re starting with those condition labels, you and I’ve talked about in a recent video, and somebody runs off for some suppressive treatment, well, they may feel good for a couple of seconds, a couple of days, maybe a couple of weeks, or maybe months. But yeah, that so-called credit card bill is going to come back and bite them really hard. So anyways, all this to say is we don’t want to get stuck on those condition labels, we want the true individual diagnosis. And the primary way, we even begin to get into a true diagnosis. As I say, I’ve done other videos on this, I’ve done blog posts and everything, I will link those up here. But just to kind of refresh your memory, if you’ve seen those are just kind of introduce you if you haven’t, we have to begin with three distinct and three major areas of diagnosis that have to be treated independently of each other. Right, you can’t like back to this idea of these, these oversimplify condition labels, you there, they’ve kind of collapsed all three jurisdictions into one. And you’re getting very little resolution, very little detail, very little clarity, very little root cause diagnosis like you’re not getting any of the things that you need and want from a real diagnosis. So the three areas the three jurisdictions are quite simply what we call therapeutic regimen, therapeutic medicine, and therapeutic education. So the first one, the therapeutic regimen has to do, you know, this is the most common sense area, most people gravitate, they figure this out to some degree or other for their own health for their own purposes. That’s the whole area of diet and lifestyle, you know, being in proper balance, bringing, you know, having all your, your functions and your organs, all your systems kind of functioning harmoniously and in balance, doing all the things they’re supposed to do. And that’s regimen and when that’s out of balance, or when that’s out of whack, the therapeutic diagnosis. And the principle there is just simply, you have to bring that whatever the issue is back into balance, if somebody is, you know, kind of dehydrated, or they’re not getting enough exercise, or they’re getting too much exercise, which is also a problem, you know, that all the whole range of nutritional imbalances, all of these issues in that first area, they fall under that general principle of bounce, if something is out of balance, you gently put it back into balance. So that’s the whole range of everything through nutrition and exercise, and bodywork, and even, you know, some of the basic level of psycho therapies and all these different things. They’re just working on balancing these things that have gotten out of balance. So that’s, that’s what it is. That’s the first area and you any like, again, back to our rheumatoid arthritis or any given label, that’s one, one part of three that we want to dig into behind the label. If we just stop at the label, we’re not going to get very far. So that’s one of three areas we dig into the therapeutic regimen, or the issue of balance is really kind of what opens up the beginning of this true diagnosis. So the second area is therapeutic medicine. Now by medicine, I’m talking specifically about homeopathic medicine, you know, this is where we’re in the realm of the law of nature, the therapeutic principle, like cures like, you know, that’s literally the meaning of the word homie. apathy, or the other way of saying it is the law of similars. Right. So whenever there’s a given disease, that’s really kind of intruding into someone’s natural functioning, the direct and complete cure of that disease is through this law of similars. Like, here’s like, so this is where now there are many examples, I’ll maybe give you a couple here, but we have a whole range of similarities. I don’t want to go into all of that for the purpose of this video. But one example would be one of the things we do a lot of in our treatments has to do with the sequential timeline of shocks and traumas, you know, somebody’s had a car accident, somebody’s had a, you know, of course of drug therapies, somebody has had an emotional shock or trauma, you know, all these things that stack up in our history or personal history, each one of them, and we go in reverse chronological order, we will treat with an appropriate remedy based on this law of similars. So that it actually completely cures and removes that trauma right out of the person’s system. Right. So now, anyways, I just gave you some of those examples from the timeline. So now this essay, there’s a lot more detail here, I just want to give you the bigger picture here. So now we have our first two out of our three therapeutic jurisdictions, we have the love of therapeutic regimen, you know, the the the issues of imbalance, we have the therapeutic medicine, I just talked about the homeopathic Law of Cure, or like, here’s like, and then finally, the third jurisdiction is kind of the biggest of them all. And it’s kind of the root of all the roots, right? It’s kind of, like everything I’ve already said, would not exist if we did not have issues in this third jurisdiction and what it is, we call therapeutic education. Right. So this is a vast, vast, vast area, I’ll just mention a couple of examples, and give you some orientation here. But the basic idea is, this is the area where our health gets disturbed because in one way or another, we’ve come out of alignment with the truth. Now, what is the truth? Well, it’s, it’s a number of things. But let’s even start with the basics. It’s the truth of, you know, who are you? I mean, that even a deep, deep sense of that question is like, you know, if when we are behaving as ourselves, you’re living the life, we’re supposed to live, living in harmony with ourselves and the people around us, and our work, you know, our job, all these things, when we’re living in the truth of who we are, and what we need to be doing, you know, think our life can flow versus if we’re living in some kind of conflict, you either we’re pretending to be someone we’re not, or we’re doing a job that doesn’t really suit us. You know, we’re kind of, for whatever reason, right? We’ve kind of bent ourselves out of shape, to be able to do something that we think we really showed her need to do, but it’s actually really bad for us because it takes us out of the truth of ourselves. And then, of course, there are many physical examples, right? If you’re, if you’re living like in a, in a geographical location, that’s not congruent with your physiology, you know, some people do better and dry heat, some people do better in wet climates, or you will all the different examples. Again, this is kind of a physiological truth, which you may or may not be living, according to. So anyways, I’m just giving you a couple of basic examples here. But it’s a very, very vast area with that primary principle of are you living in the truth of who you are and what you need and what you need to be doing. Or is there some form of dissonance, conflict, or other forms of illusion that you’ve kind of accepted into your life? So anyways, that’s a very, very basic definition, but it kind of starts getting us to the principles. So now, between all three of the jurisdictions, we can even have hope have a chance that we’re going to get a true full diagnosis across all three of the jurisdictions, as they say when we just started with that false label, cluster migraines, or whatever

That is that you know that that gives us almost nothing, right? It obscures the fact that we have to look into all three of the jurisdictions. It doesn’t tell us anything about that individual case. It’s just a generic label. If nothing else, it invites the whole process of symptom suppression, which as I said, a few minutes ago, is what we don’t want, right? It’s, it’s, it’s something that suppression is something that comes up and comes back to bite us later. So So yeah, those condition labels are maybe a tiny little bit of value bull, but in a great, great way. They’re very dangerous. They’re very harmful to where they tend to take a patient and their health case. So anyways, now that we have those three jurisdictions, we have the beginning we can start to dig into a real diagnosis, as I’ve said, and this is really The big key you know what I said at the beginning, you know, that 95% success rate if we can only get there if we use this approach of true diagnosis. So again, back to my very, very original question, which started us off today, if you know, when somebody asked, Well, can you can Heilkunst help with my condition? It’s like, well, yes, probably. Now, the way we get to the answer, that is what I just said, we have to get into this true diagnosis, you know, this deeper process of finding the root causes all three jurisdictions, you know, this, this very individualized process. And that’s actually what gets us that very high success rate. So as I said, I’ve kind of abbreviated a lot of things, I just wanted to give a kind of a big picture here, I will put in links to the replay, where I’ve talked about some of those concepts of the three jurisdictions and the condition labels and things like that, you know, you can go deeper into all these concepts. But yeah, just to give you a kind of a big-picture idea here. And I hope that kind of, you know, gives you a relatively clear answer a clear scope of what, what this is all about, you know, how diagnosis actually works, how our treatment works, and all of that. And I’m certainly open to any further questions. Any further dialogue about this, as I said at the beginning, you can type your question in at the bottom, whether you’re here live, or whether you’re watching this as a replay. And either way, I will answer you here live or I will answer in a future session. So I’ll just leave this session open for a few more seconds in case there are any questions coming in. But otherwise, I will see you all next time. And thank you for joining me today.

“Concerned” by J Stimp

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