Model for holistic medicine

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In a private message Mark wrote the following :

I am specifically interested in developing models of mechanisms of how things work: to uncover relevant (logical) structures as well as cause-and-effect relationships”

Yes is the usual way we have been trained to look at anything in our world for example with respect to our client we are commonly not seeing the person or thing itself but we see its idea, Model, concept as a thought…. And after some time we even take this model/ thought as reality.

This is the function of the left brain and Hahnemann the founder of Homeopathy made a lifelong war against it as he said that this is always an abstraction that would most of the time mislead us.

Today when a modern medicine doctor is seeing a client he is not seeing the totality of the person but he is seeing “a case of the xxx-disease”.

When a chinese doctor is seeing a client he is also not seeing the person from all sided but he is seeing “the imbalances of the 5 elements” …. An Ajurvedic practitioner is considers “the imbalance of the vata, pita, kapha” as the cause of all that he is seeing .

Hahnemann introduced a new method in that he would only make a collection of symptoms and compare them to a repertory of remedy proofings and he would consider as that substance that had shown the greatest number of matching symptoms in its proofings to be the most indicated remedy. So he made a clear cut with all the previous medical systems that were based on assuming some model for example “an imbalance of humors”. He did not stay completely pure with this approach to the end as he also introduced abstract concepts like that of the Miasms, but this was always secondary to the simple matching of symptoms approach.

In CoRe we continue this approach by simply saying that objects that create a high value resonance in the CoRe evaluation are significant for the client, although we don’t have any model or theory why this might be the case …. Although for the more intuitive (right brain) therapist it is often obvious.

In my seminars I even make clear that a forced attempt to see logical connections between results and what we perceive about the situation of the client is counter-productive as it often creates more doubt on the part of the practitioner and/or client that transports you in an informational tunnel where neither sending nor receiving is possible.

“ Believe is not necessary for CoRe to work but experience shows that doubt makes it less effective. “

Practitioners who work with another informational modality know that generally it is easier to treat children and animals, who do neither believe nor doubt homeopathy but more difficult for older people who generally have the tendency to “doubt what they don’t understand or what they are not used to”.

Having said this, I am certain that the Left Brain is not just an obstacle or a mistake of nature but it is another example of a mechanism that has been created to provide polarity and thus the possibility for DLE…. however it is seeing only the top of the iceberg :

Visible and invisible connections

Visible and invisible connections

However I don’t think that any “mechanistic” or “cause and effect” models have any future, but I am grateful to Mark that he pointed out that the idea that “everything is connected to everything “ is also a model which needs to be examined.

As we are going to also include left-brain-functionality in a next CoRe update I have researched many possible models for this that I consider a suitable basis …. I will present those in a next post.

For now I want to ask you for suggestions which models of disease and healing you found to work well together with CoRe.

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