Over the years I have always found it puzzling that so many people suffer from illness when just a few shifts in their daily lifestyle could move them back toward health. You would think I would not be surprised after all of these years, but since illness affects all of my immediate family members as well as most people I come into contact with of all races, shapes, sizes and sexes; it causes me to think about the matter a great deal. My colleagues and myself use terms to describe the confusion people find themselves in when they try to figure out how to return to health. We use the terms umbilical reversal, psychological reversal (like reverse psychology), neurological disorganization, switching, resistance, confusion, reversal, hidden-reversal, etc… The trouble with these terms is that only I, my colleagues and a few psychologists know what we are talking about. I have lost count of how many times I have had new patients with chronic disease such as Hashimotos Thyroiditis, heart disease, cancer, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Raynaud’s Disease and others to explain to me that they consider themselves healthy. These are people who are taking several different medications daily just in order to function from day to day and survive.
Let’s make the language for the main cause of sickness and disease far simpler. The main reason my patients and patients everywhere remain patients and fail to completely resolve their health concerns is that they make terrible choices when it comes to their health. This is a universal truth in the health care profession. If chronic patients did not make terrible choices regarding their health then they never would have become chronic patients with chronic health concerns to begin with. I call this difficulty with making good decisions for one’s health a “deep confusion” of the nervous system. This “deep confusion” is truly deep. It engenders societal patters called memes. A meme is defined as “an element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by nongenetic means, especially imitation.” There are also “familial memes” or “societal memes” whereby habit patterns are passed down from one family to the next or from one society to the next. For example, by and large, heart disease is NOT GENETIC. Heart Disease is caused by a series of habit patterns that are passed down from one generation to the next.
The people who come in to the office seeking my services and needing help with their health the most (such as Diabetics, people with Grave’s disease, cancer, diabetes, ulcerative colitis, heart disease, Crohn’s disease, RA, MS, etc…) are often the least likely to receive quality long term care. Many of these patients will talk themselves out of care or even convince themselves of the lack of need for care in just the first few visits. I cannot tell you how many times (big number) I have had patients with these types of diseases and similar ones try to convince me how healthy they are even after we have completed the examination and I had gone over the report of findings. The majority of these diseases – Grave’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Crohn’s disease, and RA are life threatening diseases. In our office most of these diseases are reversible if the patient is willing to make certain lifestyle changes. If major surgical procedures or fractures of bones or radiation therapy have been used prior to their examination then it may not be possible to help, but in most cases it is possible. Even patients with Diabetes Type 1 can be helped. But here is the catch, you see….. People have been programmed to believe that if they have cancer, nothing can be done. If they have heart disease and take blood pressure medication then they often believe that nothing can be done for their heart disease or to get them off of their blood pressure medication. Society is “switched.” Right is wrong. Good is bad. Happy is sad. Satan is God. Love is terrible. Evil is good. There is deep confusion. The things that people hear from Dr. Oz on T.V. or from their regular primary health care provider who wears a white coat or from the radio or internet are only partial truths. Let me give an example of what I mean here. What I mean is that if you and I were from a small tiny village in China and we had never been outside of this small village up on the mountain side, we would consider our entire experience of life to be based upon what goes on in that small village. We would not have ever seen Caucasion people, we would not have ever seen black people, we would not ever have seen people with different styles of clothing or even who drive cars and perhaps not even seen an airplane. So if someone came to us who was blond, blue eyed and 7 feet tall and told us all about airplanes and cars and reality shows on T.V. and the Internet, we might start to lose it and think that we had been transported to another planet. It would just seem impossible. This is what we do in our office. We do things that many people have never heard of. We treat conditions that seem hopeless and incurable. We help people with things that nobody else is able to help them with. But people do not believe it. It seems impossible. It confuses people. In our modern society, people have become so deeply confused that they have forgotten what type of water to drink, how often to eat, what type of food to eat, how many hours to sleep each night and the basic foundational principals of health and healthy living. In order to get people back on track we help them with basic lifestyle changes one step at a time so that they become less confused. We go with baby steps. For example, if a person is drinking poisonous water every day, we get them to stop and start drinking safe, clean, hydrating, health sustaining water. Because nearly 80% of the body is made out of water, this one thing alone can make an enormous difference in a person’s health.
The main goal of me and my colleagues is to give people a refuge where they can go to learn healthy eating, healthy drinking, healthy loving, healthy relationships, and a healthy life that is as easy to follow as it is to follow a map that shows you how to get from point A to point B. This is Health 101. The Traditional Western Medical profession does not focus on health at all. There really is not any health in “Health Care.” It is all about “Disease Care,” and “Symptom Care,” and “Pathology,” and “Oncology,” and “Rheumatology.” Interestingly, many of these so called “Health Care” professions are about as far from “Health Care” as you can possibly get. They treat disease. They treat pathology. They treat sickness. They treat illness. They have nothing to do with health at all. But people have been brainwashed by the media, drug companies and society to think that allopathic medicine has something to do with health. It does not.
Remember, if you are reading this, there is probably a good reason for it. If you are challenged by something regarding your health, the reason you are facing that challenge is because the decisions that you have made regarding your health have not been the best decisions. The only way to change this is to change the decisions that you are making regarding your health. To have a high level of success in any area of life you need a coach – a consultant. I would love to be that coach for you. I would love to be your consultant. Just let me know how I might help you to make better decisions than you have previously surrounding your health in order that you might get better results.