Definition of Meta Medicine
META-Medicine is NOT a therapy but a system that allows a trained practitioner to find the underlying emotional issues that may be contributing to a persons disease, pain or illness. It works by finding a specific stressful event that might be the cause of certain diseases. A META-Medicine Practitioner uses the information from the medical diagnosis and from there can determine the type of stressful event or trauma that could have created the problem. The system is based on Germanic New Medicine which was identified and developed by Dr Ryke Geerd Hamer.
Further Explanation of the Meta Medicine Principles
In META-Medicine, there is not only a mind-body connection, but actually a very precise organ-mind-brain-social connection. Each area of our brain corresponds to a specific organ and a specific conflict or trauma and social behaviour.
What makes this knowledge so powerful and profound is that once knowing that every emotional conflict content is directly linked to a specific organ there is a unique route for recovery.
â€¢ skin (upper skin) is affected by a loss-of-contact
â€¢ thyroid, powerlessness conflicts
â€¢ bones self-devaluation conflicts
â€¢ shoulders holding on to beliefs/feelings/people
â€¢ hips, not being able to withstand/bear a problem
â€¢ breast (ducts) separation conflict
Significant emotional or traumatic experiences seem to precede illness and trigger a reaction in our â€˜organismâ€™ intended to help us deal better with this unexpected, very dramatic and intense emotional event. Our body reacts with what we call ‘dis-eases’ such as eczema, digestive issues such as IBS, Chrons and Reflux, Musculoskeletal pain, Hormonal imbalances and Lack of Energy such as ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
These changes can be seen on computer brain tomography (CT scans) and trained META-Medicine doctors confirm that every organ has a specific brain relay which has been mapped and charted. For example, if there a longstanding pain in the right shoulder it would show in the corresponding brain relay in the medulla. If there was a problem with the stomach it would show in an area of the cortex on the CT scan.This amazing organ-brain connection verifies the interconnectedness of our whole system.
By understanding the “flow” or progression of a dis-ease, knowing how to “sort” symptoms into a timeline and understand why symptoms appear at different times and are actually connected to the same dis-ease, you will be able to transform your diagnosis and therapy into a process with a beginning and an end. Quite often these problems have previously been labelled â€˜syndromes,â€™ and now with this new knowledge of how the body actually behaves we can understand them better. For example Chronic fatigue syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Autoimmune syndrome such as Lupus, Scleroderma and Connective tissue disorders.
Positive adaptation for evolutionary growth
Over millions of years our â€˜organismâ€™ has survived and evolved developing unique strategies ranging from the most primitive biological survival mechanism (represented in the old brain, brainstem and limbic system and the organs responsible for basic survival) to the highly sophisticated social interactive systems (new brain, cortex and sensory organs like eyes and skin).
Based on our evolutionary development these principles tell us how an organ reacts under stress during the different phases of a disease or pain. Following a medical diagnosis this knowledge is essential in designing your personal integrative therapy plan.