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Well, hello there, this is one of our periodic q&a sessions. And you can bring forward any of your questions. And as I always say, whether you’re here watching me live, you can just type your question into your comment box under the video. Or if you’re watching this in the future as a replay, same thing, just put your comment or question in, and I will get that and I will bring that into a future video. So the the last q&a session we did actually, I was talking about a concept that is referred to as anti diagnosis. If you were here with me last week, you may remember that we were talking about the whole allopathic system, and their diagnoses are so called diagnoses, and how those labels really get in the way of what we’re really trying to do with true diagnosis and true health care, and actually moving the patient forward. So as I say, that was our previous talk. But in the in the meantime, actually, this really caught my attention. Because our very own Allison has put out an article, which plays right into this discussion we’re having, and I’m going to continue it today, you know, based on what’s in Allison’s article, and she actually put out we didn’t coordinate this, but she actually put out an article, looking at the whole condition of diabetes and how we approach diagnosis in our full body, multi dimensional way. Right, so, so playing on what I said last week, you know, rather than an anti diagnosis, what does a full diagnosis look like? And, and her article was actually a good, you know, a good introduction to kind of, if you want to get further into that. So she looks at, you know, things of, you know, the broader phenomena of, you know, are we are we getting into cure rather than suppression, and what is actually behind the condition for an individual, you know, looking at different historical parts of their life, you know, if shocks or traumas happen at a certain given time. And how those will those will pop out as, as a disease later on, right? And when she she, and she gets into also the phenomenological diagnosis, what’s a person’s state of mind? You know, how does somebody Express diagnosis? So all of these things can actually give you a link here, she’s actually been publishing on substack. You can, you can see this article, it’s called in pursuit of sweetness, I believe. It’s the most recent article if you if you go to her her page here. But yeah, that’s a really good article, I do encourage you to look at that if you’re interested in this topic. But yeah, otherwise, as I say, she she does this very specific job of, you know, how does that look with diagnosing a patient with a so called label of diabetes. And I already mentioned some of the dimensions here, you know, we have state of mind, you have things like shocks and traumas you what we call the timeline. And she looks at the, you know, the general phenomena, you know, how an individual in a normal state of health will evolve from, you know, from one stage of their development to the next. And if something interferes with that, that can start turning into pathology. So, so yeah, all of these things, as I say, are really well illuminated in analysis article. And the the other thing I guess, I would say is, so yeah, we have all the dimensions, but as I guess, I’ve been alluding to so far today, is, we really have to get into this idea of a very individualized diagnosis. Now, I do want to make a distinction when I say that because when we like in Heilkunst homeopathy terms, when we talk about pardon for the the noise that just went by, but when we talk about new diagnosing a specific disease, like the you know, the homeopathic style of naming the disease after the given homeopathic remedy. So we can say something like, you know, a patient has a Bella Donna like disease, you know, that that’s kind of that gives us the direct keyway into into the law of similars you’d like yours like it’s like well, what is the disease? Oh, it’s this Bella Donna like disease, you know, the patient has certain symptoms, and we can see that Bella Donna image, and then that leads us directly through the law of similars. To that, do that, Bella Donna remedy, you know, like yours, like, there it is right there. So that part of disease is not individual. Like that’s when we’re tapping into these universal archetypes of nature and the human mind and you know, the kinds of things that can affect us in a negative way. So that’s the kind of the universal part of diagnosis but when you put the the entirety of somebody’s life history and health history and the shocks and the traumas and how those symptoms are express themselves. And, you know, when you look across all these different dimensions, that’s where I mean, we get the the highly individualized diagnosis and treatment plan for an individual. So, you know, in contrast to what I was talking about last week, the anti diagnosis, you just slap that allopathic label on, and you think you’re off to the races, but you’re not you actually have created more, more, more confusion, more blockage to what is actually going on, in how do you help that person? So So yeah, it is diagnosis is universal in terms of the individual diseases, or, you know, the homeopathic disease names the way we use them. But it’s very individual, when you look at the completeness, you know, that the wholeness of somebody’s whole life and health history and all the things they just said. So that’s, as I said, that’s kind of where I wanted to kind of start today, you know, this topic has been on my mind, but I am open as always, for for any general questions about Heilkunst. Or if you want to talk more about this idea of, you know, individual versus universal diagnosis within Heilkunst. Or, if you happen to have read Allison’s diabetes article, you know, that’s certainly on the table. And actually, here, this is, I meant to show you this as well, this is just have to strive to find my little button here. Okay, so just want to get that off the screen. And I’m going to go and just, you know, when you go to her her substack article, your kind of has a nice, a nice look like this, me too many screens open here, you’ll find my computer’s really, really slow right now. But anyway, so you get the idea. You’ll you’ll find her article, and you know how to read an article. So yeah, if you have any questions about Alison’s article about this topic of diagnosis, anything in Heilkunst, in general, we can certainly take that in part of the rest of today’s q&a session. Or as I said earlier, if you are watching this as a as a replay, you know, sometime in the future, you can put your comment or your question into the comment box. And I will follow up with that in a future q&a session. So I’ll just keep I don’t have any questions coming in just yet. But do I will keep my my screen open here for a minute or so there is a built in delay, you know, from the time someone types of comments until it actually comes through to me something about the technology has a little bit of a time lag there. So I will keep this window running for a minute or so in case a question is being taped as we speak. But otherwise, I will see you in our next session.
Okay, so actually, I was here, but I actually did get a question just now. So let’s take a look at this. We have a split appear on screen. This, I guess, is probably just about the most common form of question. It’s kind of worded in different ways for different people. But we have essentially the question is :
Q: how long does treatment take?
Right? Good question. It’s a real question, a very practical question. And it’s kind of I say, it’s the most common question yet. However, it also seems to be the most difficult to answer. Now. I’ll explain a little bit about what makes that question difficult to answer. Hopefully, you can get some value out of how explain this. But I also hope you can appreciate you know what, what it is we’re dealing with in the complexity you have in terms of these two diagnoses that I’m talking about, and how the treatment plan I have talked about in previous videos I don’t have the link right at the tip of my fingers here. But the broader. Like I mentioned some of the disease dimensions today and how we do diagnosis. What I didn’t mention, but I’m going to mention now is there’s an even bigger context, not just of disease within how we look at that, and Heilkunst. But we really look across what we call three jurisdictions of health. And this is not constrained only to Heilkunst. Like, once you understand how healthcare works in general, you know, how human physiology works, how health works, what are the laws of healing, you know, the laws of nature, like laws have similar, as I’ve mentioned, we, we have exactly, and only three jurisdictions, right, so the first jurisdiction is therapeutic regimen, you know, that’s keeping yourself in balance, good diet, healthy exercise, you know, healthy thinking, you know, all the things that you can do to, to stay balanced, you know, people always use the word balanced in relation to health. Well, strictly speaking, it’s that first jurisdiction, which takes that word balance, right, that’s where it really applies directly. So, so very simply, if something is out of balance, you know, unlike homeopathy, this part of Heilkunst is all about rebalancing. So this is about rather than the law of similars, the homeopathy homeopathy is like, here’s like, in this jurisdiction of regimen or balance, we’re using the law of opposites. So if somebody is lacking in a certain nutrients, vitamin C, or something like that, well, they need their solution is to do the opposite. You know, if there’s a lack, they need more, you need to give them more vitamin C, or vice versa, if someone has too much of something, you need to take some away, right? So the law of opposites is how we get to balance you know, if you’re too cold, you put on a sweater, and if you’re too hot, you take off a layer. So very simple, but it’s pretty easy to understand, bouncing is just kind of doing approaching the problem from the opposite direction of where the where the the problem seems to be manifesting itself. So that’s one of three jurisdictions. The middle jurisdiction we were talking about earlier today, you know, the, the like, here’s like, the law of similars, the curative action when we use homeopathic remedies. So that is that middle like, that’s strictly when we’re talking about medicine and Heilkunst. That’s this is the jurisdiction, we mean therapeutic medicine, homeopathy, like yours like, and, and to give a little more of a definition there. This by what we mean by disease is like sort of gave some examples earlier, but I’ll bring it back home here is this whole idea of something that has caused kind of a permanent disturbance to the life functioning, you know, the life force, so whether that’s a shock, or trauma and someone’s timeline, you somebody broke their leg, or they had, you know, mononucleosis as a child, or, you know, they had an emotional shock, you know, a great grief event, or a great, you know, issue of broken trust or something like that. So all of these kinds of timeline events form strictly this kind of realm of of disease, right, what we mean by disease and Heilkunst. And likewise, we have a whole inherited layer, if you’ve ever heard me talk about the chronic miasms. What are these, these genetic level inherited diseases that come through the family tree? Well, this is, you know, this is also a big part of Heilkunst. Medicine. And this, strictly speaking, this disease jurisdiction, so I’m giving you a very, very quick snapshots here. But just to say, you know, of the three jurisdictions, they’re all big regimen is humongous. Medicine is humongous. And then finally, if we come into the third jurisdiction, we get this, this whole area of essentially of truth versus illusion, or truth versus ignorance, right. So as you can imagine, you have all three of the jurisdictions, that’s the biggest one, you know, like regimen is huge medicine is huge, but that realm of truth versus ignorance, it’s kind of the the Great, the mothership really, it’s the it’s the jurisdiction to end all jurisdictions, or I should say the other way, or perhaps it’s the jurisdiction, which gives rise to the two other jurisdictions, you know, we wouldn’t really have problems of disease and problems of imbalance if we didn’t have ignorance in the first place. So anyway, that’s that’s kind of its own big, special topic. But my point being here, I just wanted to give you a quick, quick little outline of the three jurisdictions. You know, back to our question on the board here, if someone is being treated, how long will it take on average? Well, and I’ll give you a practical answer in just a second. I just wanted to lay out the concept here. Once you understand how vast the area of imbalances are, can be how vast the area of medicine or disease can be. And even more than all those combined, how vast the area of truth versus ignorance can be, you get potentially, you know, a great depth to what somebody needs to become fully healthy. Now, so as I said, I don’t want to make it sound scary. It’s like, well, what are you saying? Is it going to take 600 years? Or? Well, in one sense, yes, I mean, once you understand the idea of, of what we inherit karmically from past lives, and what we really come to learn in a given lifetime, and, and you know, that the the master question, well, how long does it take somebody to get used to get a big life lesson, sometimes they can get it relatively quickly. Sometimes, as I say, it can take lifetimes to say, I’m not, I’m not trying to say, you know, it’s impossible that could take forever, I’m just trying to appreciate the depth of what we’re dealing here. And now finally, to kind of say this much more in practical terms, when we’re dealing with a specific case you somebody has migraines, or you know, some form of allergies, or some form of, you know, kind of metabolic dysfunction, whatever it is, the typical treatment plans we’re dealing with our patients can run something like from six months to 18 months, you somewhere in that kind of bell curve, somewhere in that general vicinity. Now, you everyone, of course, is individual, we have things that take longer things that can go faster, if some people can, you know, have have a perfect cure, let’s say within, like, you know, a month or two or three, you know, football given whatever their problem is, and it’s like, oh, yeah, you get in, give them a remedy, you adjust something in their diet. And before you know it, they’re kind of out the door again, because they they solve whatever the problem is. So there, there are cases like that we do treat those, but by and large, most of the people who are attracted to us are dealing with more of the deeper chronic things that take as I said that six month 18 month, some ballpark like that, as your is kind of a good, a good practical answer. Now, as they say, we we have so many factors that go into that, that I can only give that kind of rough framework, you know, it’s kind of a general answer. But let me take take this question off the screen, excuse me just for a second.
Okay, I am back yet, let me just put the next question up on the screen.
So I got a little bit of a lag time on my computer. That’s why I’m trying to close some extra windows here. Okay, so this question.
Yeah, okay. This is actually really interesting question. So based on what I was just saying a minute ago, about the three jurisdictions that jurisdiction number two is about medicine. Jurisdiction number three is about truth versus ignorance. So the question here is,
Q: Are the [chronic] miasms treated as part of the second jurisdiction medicine, or the third jurisdiction – (the truth / ignorance level)?
And a little bit of both? I mean, largely, jurisdiction number two, right, we have a very specific protocol. Like, we know that there’s a historical sequence of the miasms, as far as human history, and which came first, and, you know, what people tend to carry in that sequence, you know, sir, item comes first, malaria, come second, so on, and so on, and so on, we have a very practical sequence. So that’s very, very much in the second jurisdiction, you know, here’s the homeopathic remedy to cure this miasms here’s the remedies to support that process, you know, the healing process. And on and on, you go like, it’s a very specific protocol. You know, we have a lot of experience with that a lot of both theoretical and practical understanding of what’s going on there. And how to kind of at that medicine level, how to treat those, but it’s, you know, this question is getting at, and it’s kind of an insightful question. In that sense, there, there is any amount of, of territory we go into, in the third jurisdiction with a person based on what kind of comes up for them as we cure those miasms with the medicines, right? There certain aspects of their belief structure, their their ego attachments in life, you know, whatever the case may be, will often be attached to specific myosin. So, so yeah, this is, as I say, a very insightful question. Because yeah, there isn’t this hard and fast wall between the jurisdictions. I mean, they’re distinct. We have to know where, where which jurisdiction we’re in, and what we’re doing and why it’s like, oh, yeah, here we’re going to apply similars and here we’re going to apply opposites. Here. We’re going to like, you know, we have to have a very scientific clear approach to it. But yeah, as this So the insight of this question gets at is that there? Yeah, there is a said is, I guess the the the words that would use, there’s a distinction between jurisdictions without a hard and fast separation, you know, they do bleed into each other. So again, thank you for that question. It actually raises a great insight. So I am going to take this off my very slow moving screen. And oh, I think I believe Yeah, that was actually the last question. Yeah. So yeah, so thank you so much. You’re very, very good questions. And yeah, as I did say, a few moments ago, yeah, I will kind of leave the window open here. You know, anytime someone is typing, it kind of it kind of for whatever reason, it’s delayed till I see it a minute or so. So I will keep this window open at least another minute, in case there’s a question coming. But yeah, otherwise I will. I will be ending this shortly. And I will see you again next week.
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