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The Meaning of Holism in Traditional Chinese Medicine

In Western medicine, the body is looked at as individual parts, and sickness is treated rather than prevented. On a larger scale, Western thinking sees everything as separate entities operating on the same plane. Each person is born, lives, and dies separate from every other person. Trees grow, birds sing, the wind blows – none of these are connected on any deep level with the other, except on a superficial level. Not so in traditional Chinese medicine. Holism is a [...]

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Virtual medicine: a higher dimensional in healing

Virtual medicine: a higher dimensional in healing

“Have you ever wondered why a teacup is a teacup? Why don’t the atoms at the edge go wandering off and become, say, a spoon? The answer is an information field. When you drink a cup of tea you do so from which, in material terms, is 99.99999999 per cent not there. Only the field is real.  Matter, as quantum physics teaches us, is a mere illusion.” (Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby, “Virtual Medicine: A New Dimension in Energy Healing”) In other [...]

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Antibiotics – action and side effects

Antibiotics – action and side effects

Antibiotics act by interfering with the body’s microorganism enzymatic systems. This is the scientific explanation. The problem is that those who conceived as well as those who use them do not know exactly which these systems are and which are the antibiotic’s points of action. For example, we know that penicillin and bacitracin act in certain stages of development of the cellular wall, streptomycin acts on certain oxidant enzymes, tetracyclines and chloramphenicol act on the synthesis of proteins in bacteria [...]

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A radical paradigm shift in medicine 4

A radical paradigm shift in medicine

In Antiquity medical practice was based on the theory of demonism. Disease was considered a punishment for sin and could be prevented or cured by embracing a lifestyle of devotion or fighting the demons through exorcism. Based on this religious dogma, dissection and examination of the human body were forbidden for a long time. With the acceptance of autopsy and the study of the human anatomy an important step ahead was made and thus came the first revolution in [...]

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