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Why hello, greetings. How do you do? Thank you for joining me, we are here, as we often are at this time for a live q&a session. And if you are here with me live, you can certainly feel free to put any comments or questions down below, you know, I will be able to respond to you. And we can even have a dialogue back and forth. Or if you’re watching this as a replay sometime in the future, the same thing put in your comments or questions, and I will carry those forward to a future call. So, so yeah, today to start with, I do have a topic that’s, I’ve been thinking about this week, you know, it’s kind of as a result of the various conversations I’ve had with patients this week. And it’s kind of crystallized into my first topic today. And it’s really what I’m calling the problem in healthcare, of anti-diagnosis. So, okay, so we, of course, we all know the word diagnosis. But what do I mean by anti-diagnosis? And I guess the simple way of defining that is the way that diagnosis is done improperly. In so many contexts, both in allopathic medicine and much of naturopathic medicine, you get these anti-diagnoses. So what I mean, in that specific case, you’re kind of playing with words a little bit, you know, it’s like, what am I just a rebel? I want to call everything and so I will No, I have a very specific meeting here. And in my purpose, in my sense, what I’m talking about, is how the diagnosis or what the patient is wanting for looking for in a diagnosis is supposed to help them, right, it’s supposed to not only give them clarity but also a solution. Well, my meaning and my sense of anti-diagnosis, and I’ll give you an example in a moment, is you really getting something that is blocking the patient from making proper progress in their healthcare, right, you get any number of these standard conditions labels, you know, somebody has allergy based asthma, or somebody has, you know, certain liver dysfunction, or somebody has a certain heart disorder, or, you know, a rhythm you in the heart or whatever, all these different labels, they sound impressive, they sound helpful, they sound like you’re helping the patient get somewhere. But as I’m saying, it’s the opposite. It’s an anti-diagnosis. And it’s actually putting a blockage to the patient, making the progress that that we would all like them to see. So and the reason for that the reason why I’m saying that is because when you get such a label, it’s, by and large, most of those labels, as I said, sound good. They sound impressive, and they sound, you know, well, you know, he they’ve made they’ve made their place in the textbook and everything, you know, and even these diseases that are named after people like you know, Lou Gehrig’s disease or something like that, oh, it has a famous name. And, you know, it’s attached to a person, a famous person. And so anyways, it takes on this whole aura, even the way the whole medical profession kind of emphasizes all these labels. But as I’m saying, it kind of blocks healthcare, because it doesn’t, for the first First of all, it’s not giving you the really what we want the really individualized reasons for what’s going on in a person, what’s really caused their set of symptoms, right, if when we start talking about real causes, that’s when we get into true diagnosis. But when we’re talking about these generic labels, that could apply to a million different people. And it doesn’t really take you down the path of treatment in the way we want to. So as I say, we want to look at the real causes, you know, we want to look at the individual Shape of Things and what’s going on in that individual case. And when we get to that level, we don’t even use generic labels anymore, right? When we get into the real Heilkunst diagnosis, we’re using very specific, discernible impairments or dysfunction to their life function, which we name in very specific ways around the EU and we’re looking at certain homeopathic remedies to be used and what’s actually going to unblock step by step what’s going on in their case, that’s what we’re getting into a true diagnosis and therefore a true treatment. So anyways, all this to say is, you know, from various conversations that I had this week, this kind of came to the forefront of my mind is that yeah, we need to get like not only do we need to be as specific as we are in Heilkunst, but I think we need to do a lot of myth-busting as it were, about how the allopathic and naturopathic world kind of uses all of these what I’m calling anti diagnoses or Have these kinds of false condition labels, so they do way more harm than good. And if and just you know, because most people don’t know any better, you know, most people don’t have a medical education. They just go to a doctor, you know, for whatever their health problem is. But yeah, at some more basic level, we need, we need a better kind of public education going on about true diagnosis, versus what I’m calling here is anti-diagnosis. So yeah, as soon as you hear any of those standard labels, or of course, then and then they invent new ones, right? It’s like, oh, there, we have a new condition now, and they’re gonna give it a new name. Well, it’s just the same old, same old, like, they’re not getting to any true diagnosis. They’re not really uncovering anything new and unreal, as far as healthcare goes, but they’re just kind of inventing a new label to, well, to do whatever, you know, try to impress people try to make it sound like you know, they know what they’re talking about. But it’s all a great big smokescreen. So as I say, as soon as you hear anything, that was one of these generic labels being applied to you, or a family member or whatever, be very, very, very cautious about what you do, because of course in the allopathic system, and then even in the naturopathic, then you get into a whole formulaic way of approaching that suppose it condition, oh, well, you need this drug, then go do here and do this and better data that you’re just off to the formulaic races. But as I said, at the beginning, it’s an anti-diagnosis. And it leads to kind of kind of very bad treatment outcomes, right, you’re not getting to cure, you’re not getting into actually, you know, uprooting the true causes of the case, but you’re just kind of shuffling around the symptoms. You know, as I’ve talked about, in other videos, you end up with suppression, you know, not curing the disease, but actually suppressing it. And you just end up with someone in kind of a worse place than where they started out with. So anyways, you take your anti-diagnosis, you take your anti-treatment, and you do not end up with a very good outcome from that. So that’s just the basic first topic I wanted to talk about today. As I said, if you are here with me live, I will be happy to take any questions on this specific topic or on anything, right? If you have any other health things or Heilkunst questions you have, can type them into the comment box. Likewise, if you’re here, later on, watching the replay, you can put in your questions, and I will bring that forward to the future. But otherwise, yeah, I will just leave this window open for about a minute because I know there is a time delay between when I’m here talking to the camera, and when it actually kind of hits you know, hits the live stream out there. So I’ll leave you about a minute if you’re typing a question and otherwise, I will see you in the next stream.
- What’s the difference between curing and healing? (and why is it important?)
- How does “diagnosis” work in a Heilkunst treatment plan?