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First of all for use by men and women concerned about a physical problem, a symptom, or an illness. This book will allow you to put yourself in charge, to discover that you have a body that is to healyou through the agency of illness. The first goal of this book is to decode, decrypt, and translate the language of the body and to do it by biological methods. Second, for use by therapists—to help you guide your patients as they wander through the labyrinth of the dark messages hidden in their symptoms.
Are they at the stage of stress or of healing? Is it a problem in the endodermic stomach or the ectodermic stomach? But, whether you are sometimes ill or sometimes the therapist, always remember that in our country the specialized professionals, the medical doctors, have sworn the Hippocratic oath and, following long, difficult, technical, and scholarly studies, have agreed to help all women and all men who ask for their help and to do so with kindness and goodwill, while setting aside their own personal interests.
Also, certain acts spoken about here are for them alone: diagnosis, prescriptions, practical examinations, and treatment. This book can in no way replace a medical consultation.
It can nourish and orient your thoughts, bring freedom through awareness of your emotional conflicts, and provide, as I wish it might for you, a deep and lasting peace.
But it will not enable you to distinguish, for example, a pulmonary adenocarcinoma from a small-cell bronchial cancer or MS from Charcot-Marie syndrome. In this book, each illness is studied in the context of the organ concerned along with its associated system.
For example, a heart attack will be studied with the coronary arteries in the chapter on cardiology; an otitis earache will be studied as part of the study of the ears in the ear, nose, and throat chapter. If you are looking for an organ or a pathology, go either to the index or to the system that is the seat of this pathology. The body systems are in chapters arranged in alphabetical order and are made up of organ files. For each organ the following are described: the part of the organ referred to for example: the mucosa or the submucosa in the mouth and, more particularly, the felt sense of the biological conflict, with all the points of connection and conflicting nuances that have been cataloged to date.
It is the essential tool of this book and an important moment in biodecoding therapy. In fact, each organ corresponds to a biological function. When an organ is considered to be ill, the organ expresses this biological function with a shortfall or an excess quantity or an insufficient quality. The felt sense that leads to a pathology is an unfulfilled biological function.
The biological function is a way of adapting to the external world. And we are the totality of our adaptation modes, established and then transmitted by all of our ancestors. Biodecoding therapy consists first of all in knowing which organ is affected, then which felt sense corresponds to this organ, then discovering the shocks during which the patient first felt these felt senses, and finally in allowing the patient to express each felt sense with emotion in order to remove its effect from the biology debiologize.
These are the reasons why you will find, for each organ, a section called The Felt Sense of the Biological Conflict. Moreover, I have included in that section as many types of feelings and experiences as I was able to assemble over ten years from contacts with those researchers in biological decoding mentioned in the acknowledgments.
Each organ file may also include:. Examples, which will allow you to better grasp and feel each biological felt sense. Sometimes there will be a few complementary observations. An indication of the embryonic origin of the organ: whether the tissue described developed from the endoderm, mesoderm, or ectoderm layer of the embryo. The neuronal connections for the organ, since each organ is connected to a particular group of neurons.
This book, being a research tool, should be tested, verified, validated, in fact put into question, before you extract a benefit from it for your own realizations. The work is very much a work in progress in that it is still being developed, discovered, and constantly improved; it is not a remnant of the past or a dusty museum piece, good only for those who long for their first baby bottle or for amnesiacs who long for the present moment, for living time, and more.
Insofar as we observe illnesses through a watching and a listening that are biological, we realize that they all begin with a shock, a precise, punctual event in space and time. This event, indicated with an asterisk in the time line above, enters into the biology when it is not managed by its subject.
For example, one day I see my daughter slapped in the public park. Not right! An event becomes a sense and then becomes a sensation. It enters through our five senses and then it tries to leave.
When it is impossible for this sensation to be spoken, it moves into the unconscious, into the biology, into the mind, the brain, the body, the energy field. Each of these elements tells us about the others. Taking a Chinese pulse informs us about the energy level of each organ. Since each cell of the body is connected to a group of cerebral neurons, which itself is linked to a biological function, observation of the brain allows us to determine the type of felt sense that has been hurt and remained unspoken and which organ is affected.
And conversely, each type of illness, and therefore the cells that are affected, tells us about which felt sense needs to be freed for healing to take place.
If healing does not take place, the patient will remain under unconscious stress with respect to the shocking event—sometimes for years at a time—and a part of his being, of his energy, is appropriated. As Carl Gustav Jung has written: Everything that does not rise into consciousness comes back as destiny, and I would add that it comes back as a symptom, as an illness, as an accident, as a failure, as a discomfort; and au contraire: everything that rises into consciousness no longer comes back as destiny, as fate, as illness!
Many years ago I attended a lecture with my wife. When it was over, we returned to our car but in place of the car we found.
The car had caught fire and we could still hear the crackling of certain parts, we could see that some parts were still red, others soft and melting, and all that was accompanied by an acrid odor, a mixture of burning tires and splattered gasoline. We were able to touch some remaining bits that were still warm and which no longer looked like anything that could have been part of a car. As we were walking away, at the third step I felt something.
Something that is excessive. That never happened to me before. Nothing at all. Just an emptiness, an emptiness that troubles me. I shared with her what I was feeling. I feel something. I feel a lack, a lack of something positive. A void. Puzzled and curious, I began to wonder, "Where is that coming from, this feeling of something in excess? Just when did it begin? So, what is it, this something?
Some kind of unpleasant emotion, a kind of big lump. Then, moving back a step, rejuvenating for a second along the line of time, I no longer feel anything. I rejuvenate for a third second and there I see this fire again. So I decide to explore what is happening within these two steps. When there is great emotion, everything happens as if something was being engulfed.
I see something red and yellow, something burning; I distinctly smell a particular odor. And then, very fast, like an arrow piercing me, a scene appears. In a flash, I see a first excess that is negative. My father is throwing himself on me. I take another step. Taking a step backward, she too rejuvenates for a second. Then, thoughts appear. She rejuvenates another second, and a picture appears.
She rejuvenates another second, and then there are some particular sounds, a crackling. In my case, I see things. In her case, she hears things. She hears a crackling followed by a profound silence. And what rises up in her is a memory of her father. Suddenly her father falls down. He will never get up again. Struck down by a stroke. This man was a garage mechanic. Suddenly, silence. And then her belief: as soon as there is silence, there is catastrophe.
An abandonment, a void. And now, years later, she once again feels this void. With her as with me, in this yawning gap that engenders such emotion, something is buried without our knowing it: a memory, a belief, or an emotion. But what can be done with this emotion, which is there like the tail end of something in excess in me and like a void in her? What will we call this child?
We could call it David. And he would be avid. Or Noemi no me. Or maybe nothing at all. Or maybe Howard. There has to be something. And my solution, in the moment right afterward, is to make a hole, at least in myself. Because this fullness, this excess, is unbearable. So I have to dig, I have to make an ulcer.
The Biogenealogy Sourcebook: Healing the Body by Resolving Traumas of the Past
Each symptom of an illness precisely indicates its emotional origin. Thus, far from being an enemy, the physical symptom is actually a valuable ally that provides the key to the cure of the physical disease as well as resolution of the emotional imbalance that created it. These unresolved traumas affect the body on the cellular level and manifest in minor as well as more serious chronic conditions. For example, he explains that conflicts of separation are evidenced in diseases of the skin; a reduction of self-worth or deep anguish will manifest in the lymph nodes. He also shows that unresolved emotional issues can also be passed down to future generations if left untreated.
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First of all for use by men and women concerned about a physical problem, a symptom, or an illness. This book will allow you to put yourself in charge, to discover that you have a body that is to healyou through the agency of illness. The first goal of this book is to decode, decrypt, and translate the language of the body and to do it by biological methods. Second, for use by therapists—to help you guide your patients as they wander through the labyrinth of the dark messages hidden in their symptoms. Are they at the stage of stress or of healing?
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