- Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 20:57
- Written by Dr. Marco Brazzo
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In treating our illnesses, a doctor is trained to take only minimal account of “WHO WE ARE”, our past, the lives we lead, our feelings.
According to the "First Biological Law", the “conflict-shocks" that we suffer from - which could be the death of or separation from a loved one, the loss of one’s job, failure, betrayal, the diagnosis of a malignant disease, etc. - trigger a "MEANINGFUL BIOLOGICAL PROGRAMME" which manifests itself simultaneously on three levels: PSYCHE, BRAIN, ORGAN.
This "MEANINGFUL BIOLOGICAL PROGRAMME" (according to the "Second Biological Law") consists of two phases. In the first phase the individual is in a permanent state of "sympathicotonia" in an attempt to overcome the obstacle (the shock that produces the biological conflict). Once the conflict has been resolved, the individual enters the second stage (known as "vagotonia") in order to undergo "repair": it is during this stage that painful symptoms occur. Once this phase is over the patient returns to normality.
During the two phases (according to the "Third Biological Law"), the body’s cells behave differently depending on their embryonic derivation: there are cells which proliferate (tumours, cysts, nodules) or which increase their functioning; and cells that become necrotic (pus) or reduce their functioning.
Microbes (fungi, bacteria and viruses) have the function of repairing the tissues that have been over-stimulated in an attempt to overcome the conflict ("Fourth Biological Law").
Every individual "MEANINGFUL BIOLOGICAL PROGRAMME" is, in turn, incorporated into a broader "MEANINGFUL BIOLOGICAL PROGRAMME OF NATURE" ("Fifth Biological Law").
The 5 Biological Laws thus overturn the traditional concept of disease, which is no longer seen as something negative and meaningless to be fought, but as a phase during which the body “repairs” itself. Every person has her or his specific course of “repair” (healing) which is unique and cannot be “labelled” according to specific categories of disease: our body is a wonderful machine, equipped with infinite resources. We need to respect its rhythms and to understand that listening to our own bodies and not to those of others is the first important step in undertaking with courage and awareness the more or less long and difficult path that lies ahead.
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