Diagnosis/Prognosis as a Shock Conflict
Recall Healing - Identifying and resolving the emotional trauma behind conditions; one of the essential steps in the complete healing process.
Date: 10/16/2017 10:51:33 AM ( 3 y ) ... viewed 911 times
August 31, 2020 - Covid-19 Diagnostic Shock -
“The shock and awe began from the moment the story broke from the Chinese city of Wuhan in Hubei Province. Global audiences were inundated with images of Chinese authorities putting hundreds of people into biological suits, hosing down the outside of buildings, before quarantining themselves in their apartments. Then began a state-sanctioned medieval-style program that western media and politicians enthusiastically dubbed a 'lockdown,' a term aptly borrowed from the prison industrial complex,” wrote Patrick Henningsen." (Link at Dr. Sircus's article. )
"'Wuhan was an unforgettable spectacle which really impacted the western psyche, such that when the coronavirus made it to European and North American shores, the public was already conditioned to expect a Chinese-style response from their own governments. Not surprisingly, this is exactly what they got, and in fact, it was what they demanded,' concludes Henningsen."
"...A scientific advisor to the UK government says the coronavirus lockdown was a 'panic measure' and a 'monumental mistake on a global scale.'(Link at dr's site) Infectious diseases expert and University of Edinburgh professor Mark Woolhouse acknowledged that the decision to lockdown in March was a 'crude measure' that was enacted because 'we couldn’t think of anything better to do.'
October 16, 2017 -
"It is said that the conflict of the diagnosis is the worst conflict at the surface of the planet; it is responsible for 90% of the diseases and 99% of the aggravation."
December 13, 2019 - "Diagnosis Shock: The Unrecognized Burden Of Illness" -
Diagnosis shock is the phobic reaction people experience the moment they first suspect or are told that they have a serious physical or emotional illness. Researchers have found that patients diagnosed with serious illness experience shock and trauma which can result in irrational reactions and behaviors and in some cases lead to serious psychological illness. This retrospective study of more than 100 patients was designed to help psychological and physical healthcare practitioners recognize, prevent, and treat diagnosis shock.
December 26, 2018 - Avoid Diagnostic Shock-Conflicts By Preparing Your Mind Before Seeing The Doctor -
"... the word 'disease' has an evaluative character[i]. Using it can be justified, if patients and doctors evaluate it in the same way—if patients agree with their doctors that the disease is bad for them.[ii] But it becomes problematic when this agreement is absent[iii]. This suggests one reason then, why definitions of disease can be so elusive.[iv] To call something a disease is a value judgment, relatively unproblematic in cases when it is widely shared, but more contentious when people disagree about it."
[i] The characterization of a disease is originated and completely colored by the "disease business" of the medical industry.
[ii] If the "it" simply the label of the disease (as a biological survival program) that is without all characterizations and if you have a "New Medicine" practitioner - then it can be possible to "agree ... that the disease is" actually good for you!
[iii] unless you are clear that a diagnosed "disease" by an MD doesn't mean the body is broken, malfunctioning, or the like.
[iv] However the more all-encompassing reason for the elusiveness is because medically-trained practitioners do not recognize the "symptoms" as in light of the biological intelligence of that particular survival program and instead trained to label the symptoms as some form of a morbid disease.
November 4, 2018 - Medical PTSD - Carolyn Dean MD ND - The Doctor of the Future® -
A customer recently identified herself as suffering from Medical PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). I look at this condition through the lens of Total Biology and the “conflict” of disease, diagnosis, and doctors.
However, Medical PTSD has its own designation taken originally from the adult survivors of childhood cancer 12-20% of whom suffer unrecognized and ongoing stress disorders. A moving article in CureToday described the author’s hospitalization for infectious hepatitis at age 5. That experience continues to define her relationship with medicine now that she is facing a cancer diagnosis at age 56. She says her fear of hospitals and doctors is right up there with her fear of cancer.
But it’s not just traumatized children carrying that burden through their lives. It’s adults who suffer medical mistakes and medical abuse who feel they have nowhere to turn.
The majority of our customers who consult with us have had sufficient medical conflict to acquire a layer of PTSD. Medical PTSD causes people to self medicate with alcohol and drugs – even prescription drugs, which are recommended by allopathic medicine.
These drugs include; antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, and prazosin (minipress), which may reduce or suppress nightmares in some people with PTSD. However, a more recent study showed no benefit over placebo.
In allopathic medicine, psychotherapy is also recommended. Cognitive therapy is a type of talk therapy that helps a person recognize stuck patterns. However talking about conflicts can reinforce the conflict and not disperse it. Exposure therapy is a type of behavioral therapy that helps a person face both situations and memories. But it has to be done very delicately because reexposure can reinforce the conflict and not negate it. I highly recommend and have seen the best results with a third type of therapy called EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing). EMDR uses a series of guided eye movements as you recall the event. The movements help you process traumatic memories and change how you react to them.
We advise our customers who have Total Body Meltdown and Medical PTSD to take our Completement Formulas for the magnesium, minerals, B vitamins, and protein that help balance moods. We also like to add the following powerful techniques.
BREAKING THE LINKS With ILLNESS And GRIEF
1. AFFIRMATION: A Small Property -
I was a small property ravaged by a storm. The fine weather has returned. The forest and the river have become calm. The house is vibrant and shines in the sun. And above all, the field is returning to its order, health and beauty. Thank you my diseased and depleted organs, for I know you have done all this to save my whole being. And thanks to myself for doing my healing.
Repeat this 10 times, 3X/day To be repeated 10 times in the morning (before getting up), around lunch time for another 10 times; and 10 times at night (just before falling asleep) … To be repeated in a calm and relaxing atmosphere, in the darkness … To be verbalized with consciousness. Take the time to visualize and identify each symbol as clearly as possible. Write down any dreams that you remember!
2. General Affirmation: I am filled with love and understanding.
3. To break the links to past illness and associations that hamper listen to the “Time to Say Goodbye”:
4. The link breaker: Walnut – Bach Flower Remedy
“I break all links that hinder my growth.”
Dosage: 5-10 drops three times a day
June 13, 2018 - Suggested Reading -
Heal Thyself, Transform your life, transform your health written by Pieter De Wet, MD (owner and medical director of Quantum Healing Institute in Tyler, Texas). For info: http://www.QuantumHealingTyler.com
The Ancestor Syndrome, Anne Ancelin Schutzenberger, Routledge
Family ties that bind, Dr Ronald W. Richardson, Sef-Counsel Press
Genograms, Assesement and Intervention, Monica McGoldrick, Randy Gerson and Sueli Petry, Norton
Feelings Buried Alive Never Die, Karol K. Truman
Molecules of Emotions, Candace B. Perth PhD, Scribner. (One of my favorites! cj)
Biogenealogy, Decoding the Psychic roots of illness, Patrick Obissier, Healing Art
The Biogenealogy Source Book, Christian Flčche, Healing Art (Also see Christian's YouTube videos. cj)
The summary of the New Medicine, Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer (IMO this "Summery" needs a summary! ; ~ )
Education begins before birth, Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov, Prosveta. (Although I haven't read this I certainly can endorse the author! cj)
Seven Experiments that could change the world, Rupert Sheldrake, Park Street Press
The Journey, Brandon Bays, Fireside
Seven minutes to natural pain release, Daniel J. Benor, MD
Try it on everything – Discover the power of EFT, Patricia Carrington PhD, Andrew Wolfendon Interior Book Design by John-Dan Key (I most recommend EFT for everyone! cj)
The HeartMath solution, Doc Childre and Howard Martin, HarperCollins Publishers Inc
You can heal your life, Louise L. Hay, Hay House Inc
Healing our children, Susan R. Johnson MD, F.A.A.P, http://www.youandyourchildshealth.org
Matter into feeling, Fred Alan Wolf PhD, Moment Point Press
The Gabriel Method, Jon Gabriel, Simon & Schuster
Power VS Force, David R. Hawkins MD, Veritas
The four agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz, Amber-Allen Publishing (One of my top five books of all time! cj)
Biology of belief, Bruce H. Lipton, Hay House Inc.
All books written by Bert Hellinger, Germany.
 "Often when a person receives a bad diagnosis or prognosis a new emotional conflict can develop." -
See: Slide 32 in "Renaud - ACIM Dallas 2014 - Recall Healing" -
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Also see: "Iatrogenic (Doctor-Originated) Shock Conflict Diseases"
For further references regarding "diagnosis shock" see:
diagnosis, Recall Healing, emotional trauma, healing, Iatrogenic, shock conflict, PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder, cancer diagnosis, allopathic medicine, psychotherapy, Cognitive therapy, talk therapy, Exposure therapy, behavioral therapy, Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, EMDR, Total Body Meltdown, Covid-19, shock and awe, lockdown
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