Positive Medicine – Part III Diabetes, an epidemic of our civilization

From my previous article Positive Medicine – Part II we learned that every disease is triggered by a DHS (Dirk-Hamer-Syndrome) conflict which manifests with HH (Hamersche Heard) edema on the brain; the HH are brain inflammation shaped as concentric rings simultaneously affecting a specific organ. These concentric rings clearly show a cellular reaction to an informational field (the morphic field), the conflict content.

Affected cells can manifest with cell proliferation (growth), with cell loss (ulcers, necrosis) or with an organ malfunction, usually under-function, such as diabetes, paralysis, eczema, neurodermitis, etc. Once started, the disease is active as long as the DHS conflict is active (CA-Phase); with the conflict resolution the brain and the affected organ goes into the healing phase (PCL-Phase).

Diseases, as well as the healing process, are natural biological meaningful processes (SBS) to solve specific problems, psychological major conflicts, shock and traumatic events burdening of our life. These biological processes are obeying always the 5 biological nature’s principles for the very first time systematically classified by Dr. G. Hamer.

DHS conflict content determines precisely the HH location and the affected organ and the way how the affected organ will manifest:

  • Organs like: liver, stomach, thyroid, sensory organs, lungs, pancreas, intestines, etc. are evolving fromendoderm and are linked to the brain stem (old brain); for these organs a DHS conflict will always trigger a cell growth, usually a dense carcinoma or adenocarcinoma.
  • Organs like: bones, lymph nodes, connective tissue are evolving from mesoderm; these organs are inCA-Phase manifesting with cell loss such as necrosis, ulcers, osteolysis, others.
  • Ectodermal developed organs, when affected by a DHS conflict like Aversion, Disgust – Anxietyduring the CA-Phase will degrade their functionality: diabetes, motoric paralysis, vision impairment, hearing loss are some of these ailments. The good news is that the cells of these affected organs are not forever “dead” and are capable to regenerate and re-establish their functionality in case of DHS conflict resolution.

Obvious questions:

  1. Why did the school medicine failed until today to offer a real breakthrough in diabetes treatment?
  2. Why no diet seems to work properly?
  3. Why we cannot cure diabetes?
  4. Why all doctors treat diabetic patients only to soften their symptoms?
  5. Why do we still have diabetes and weight gain (obesity) epidemic?

School medicine classifies diabetes into 2 types:

  1. Diabetes I (hyperglycemia): appears typically during the childhood, is a classical hyperglycemic diabetes, you need insulin shots to lower blood glucose; supposedly beta island cells in pancreas are exhausted and cannot produce insulin.
  1. Diabetes II (hypoglycemia) appears mainly after the age of 40, known also as diabetes mellitus orinsulin resistance; cells are producing insulin, but the interactive regulative function of the insulin and glucagon is disturbed. Diabetes II can manifest with adiposity or with no weight gain at all, even withbulimia.

School medicine enumerates following symptoms for diabetes mellitus:

  • Polydipsia (being permanent thirsty)
  • Polyuria (urinating often)
  • Permanent tiredness
  • Exhaustion
  • Performance deterioration
  • Weight loss or no weight gain
  • Vision impairment
  • Hypoglycemia with permanent feeling hungry
  • Other hypoglycemia symptoms
  • Cold sweating
  • Tachycardia
  • Muscle cramping and dystonia due to hypoglycemia
  • Nausea, vomiting

Possible complications:

  • Hypoglycemic shock
  • Diabetic ketoacidosis (acidosis, gout, kidney failure)
  • Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar Coma severe dehydration and focal or global neurologic deficits.

To better understand diabetes we must learn more about the two glucose control centers located in the third brain ventricle fork:

  • In left brain hemisphere is located the glucagon center, or the hypoglycemic center controlling pancreas alpha cells secretion of glucagon hormone;
  • In right brain hemisphere is located insulin center, the hyperglycemic center  controlling the pancreas beta cells secretion of insulin;
  • Both centers are located on the third ventricle, on the left side, respectively on the right side
  • Third brain ventricle is part of the oldest brain (brain stem) developed from endoderm

Glucagon Hormone:

Glucagon hormone has the opposite effect to insulin. These two hormones need to work in partnership with each other to keep blood glucose levels balanced. Glucagon plays an active role in allowing the body to regulate the utilization of glucose and fats. It is released in response to low blood glucose levels or in case of a vigorous exercise or in case of a fight and flight event. When glucagon is released it can perform the following tasks:

  • Stimulating the liver to break down glycogen to be released into the blood as glucose
  • Activating gluconeogenesis, the conversion of amino acids into glucose
  • Breaking down stored fat (triglycerides) into fatty acids for use as fuel by cells
  • Glucagon serves to keep blood glucose levels high enough for the body to function well
  • When blood glucose levels are low glucagon is released and signals the liver to release glucose breakingdown the stored glycogen
  • Glucagon secretion in response to meals varies depending on what we eat:
  • In response to a carbohydrate based meal glucagon levels in the blood fall to prevent blood glucose rising too high
  • In response to a high protein meal, glucagon levels in the blood rise

Insulin Hormone:

Insulin is a hormone which plays a key role in the regulation of blood glucose levels. A lack of insulin, or an inability to adequately respond to insulin, can each lead to the development of the symptoms of diabetes.

In addition to its role in controlling blood sugar levels, insulin is also involved in the storage of fat.

Insulin is a hormone which plays a number of roles in the body’s metabolism:

  • Insulin regulates how the body uses and stores glucose and fat
  • Many of the body’s cells rely on insulin to take glucose from the blood for energy
  • Insulin helps control blood glucose levels by signaling the liver, the muscle and fat cells to take in glucose from the blood. Insulin therefore helps cells to take in glucose to be used for energy.
  • If the body has sufficient energy, insulin signals the liver to take up glucose and store it as glycogen. The liver can store up to around 5% of its mass as glycogen.
  • Some cells in the body can take glucose from the blood without insulin, but most cells do require insulin to be present.
  • As well as being involved in the regulation of blood glucose, insulin is also involved in how fat is used by the body. When the liver has taken up its capacity of glycogen, insulin signals fat cells to take up glucose to be stored as triglycerides.
  • An additional effect of insulin is in inhibiting the breakdown of fats
  • See the infographics below and watch the video to better understand how Glucagon and Insulin are working to balance glucose serum concentration in blood and energetically support all organs and muscles activity
  • http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/info/diabetes/whatisinsulin.php
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXAe3eOjqCk

Positive medicine in accordance with GNM considers diabetes a meaningful natural biological process (SBS)to regulate glucose, major body fuel.

  1. In case of a hypoglycemia (Diabetes mellitus), one is eating more to supply more glucose into the blood stream to better nourish the muscles
  2. In case of a hyperglycemia (Diabetes I) it is more glucose supplied to the muscles by reducing the insulin in the blood stream.
  3. In both cases there is a DHS conflict of struggle/anxiety-aversion syndrome triggering an unbalance between glucagon and insulin center.
  4. Many times this major DHS conflict may create different syndrome constellations with other organs due to other concomitant DHS conflicts happening.
  5. The laterality principle (which is your dominant hand) plays a very important role which of the two centers (left or right brain hemisphere) will be more affected
  6. Other causes like embryo experiences during the pregnancy, or the hormonal/sexual situation(sexual active, menopause, andropause, takes the pill) play also a significant role if hypoglycemia orhyperglycemia will set-in.
  7. The functionality and eventual affection of liver and kidney can interact with the two glucose centers, determining finally the kind of diabetes.

Which is the dominant DHS conflict to trigger diabetes? Well, this is to bristle, to struggle, to bridle and to resist against someone or something, aversion and anxiety.

Symptoms: alternating hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. Conflict resolution will change the game and glucagon and insulin centers will balance slowly the blood glucose.

Examples:

  1. A right-handed woman sexual active, not taking contraception pills and without other competing active DHS conflicts would trigger in case of Aversion–Anxiety DHS major conflict a hypoglycemia and will show HH marks on the left hemisphere; she will start to eat more to compensate the low glucagon production in pancreas.
  2. A right handed woman is now at menopause age; if the same Aversion – Anxiety DHS conflict occurs, she will show HH marks on the right hemisphere and she will have a hyperglycemia, lower insulin production, thus a diabetes mellitus type (a) or (b), with weight gain or weight lost. This is the so called “aging diabetes”.
  3. The right handed women taking the anti-baby pill will show an opposite reaction as the HH jumps on the right hemisphere instead of the left one (case 1). She will make diabetes I.
  4. The opposite (case 3) will happen with the left handed women when she takes baby pills.
  5. It so happens, that same woman is jumping from one hypo- to another hyperglycemic conflict and thus a schizophrenic constellation sets-in. Which is the dominant center will determine the glucose serum in blood and finally the kind of diabetes.
  6. The right handed man triggers diabetes when a struggle (not necessarily with aversion) – anxiety DHS conflict occurs; an insulin drop, i.e. diabetes I sets-in.
  7. If he is in andropause or gets a testosterone therapy, he will become hypoglycemic with glucagon reduction. Many doctors believe at this stage the original diabetes was healed with testosterone shots.
  8. The left handed man will show in all cases an opposite reaction to the right handed man.

Many times happens that there are one or more additional conflicts running parallel to the Struggle – Anxiety DHS conflict responsible for diabetes. Usually it may be a water conflict (kidney collecting tubules syndrome), or a territorial conflict, or even starvation, etc. These earlier acquired DHS conflicts also affect the right or left cortex. Due to the competition between these older and newer DHS conflicts, diabetes will set-in totally in an opposite location as explained above. From now on following reaction are shown:

  • Right handed women will react on right brain side, as it is still free
  • Left handed women will react on the left brain side
  • Right handed man will react on the left cortex side
  • The Left handed man will react on the right cortex side

These reactions are related to the corresponding hypoglycemic or hyperglycemic behavior.

Other examples of competing DHS conflicts (Anxiety – Aversion + Territorial conflict syndrome constellation):

  1. A right-handed man suffers a territorial DHSconflict manifesting with a stomach and/or gallbladder ulcers. If this man additionally gets into struggle/aversion– anxiety DHS conflict, he will behave in a “feminine” way, with hypoglycemia, possible degenerating also into a Bulimia.

1.1.Aversion-Anxiety conflict with hypoglycemia

1.2.Territorial conflict with stomach and gallbladder ulcers.

  1. A right-handed womanbehave as following:

2.1. Aversion-Anxiety conflict with hypoglycemia

2.2. Territorial conflict with stomach and gallbladder ulcers

  1. A left handed woman will suffer the following sequence:

3.1. Identity conflict with stomach and gallbladder conflict

3.2. Aversion – anxiety conflict with hypoglycemia.

These constellations are valid for all territorial related DHS conflicts.

Adiposity (overweight)

In case of a hypoglycemia (diabetes mellitus II), one is eating big quantities of food to compensate the hypoglycemia triggered by the aversion/struggle – anxiety conflict; thus weight gain is the final result. This happens in the conflict active phase and it is contradicting the initial knowledge of sympathetic dominance (characterized by weight loss).

Over 90% of overweight individuals have a syndrome of hypoglycemia due to anxiety-aversion/struggle DHS conflict concomitantly running with a kidney collecting ducts carcinoma with water retention; kidney carcinoma is due to a “refugee conflict” or an existential life threat conflict (lost everything, have nothing left).

Childhood Diabetes

Aversion-anxiety, struggle-anxiety DHS conflicts are the same for children as for adults in case of hypoglycemia. However Diabetes mellitus is considered not to be treatable for children because they have difficulties to acquire the necessary awareness to resolve their conflicts. Many times parents do not understand their behaviors and thus do not support them. Adults can easily switch off DHS conflicts.

Baby diabetes

A child may suffer during his embryo life biological conflict shocks (DHS) just like young children, adolescents, adults or elderly people.

Baby diabetes can be caused by the ultrasound scan as a response to an anxiety-aversion DHS conflict suffered by the embryo. The pressing on the abdomen and the sound amplification due to the amniotic fluid during an examination can be perceived by the child as a threat.

Diabetes Therapy

Diabetes can be prevented by avoiding the DHS conflicts mentioned above. Today diabetes and adiposities are an epidemic because of DHS conflict content and the impact these conflicts on us almost every day. Who does not struggle, who does not have anxiety?

Diabetes is a cancer equivalent controlled by the insulin and glucagon centers located on cortex, third ventricle.

Diabetes as such is fully curable; during the healing phase we must pay attention not to trigger a hypoglycemia crisis, which can be fatal.

Complications occur when diabetes is in a schizophrenic constellation with gallbladder and stomach ulcers (due to a territorial conflict) or with kidney collecting ducts blockage (due to a refugee or an existential threatening conflict).

To heal diabetes you must follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Every therapy must start with awareness of the real causes of diabetes. Often we do not know the DHS conflict(s) and even less we know these when we are in a schizophrenic constellation with different competing conflicts. Our target is to resolve the active conflicts to re-balance the glucagon and insulin hormones.
  2. Psychological screening with the help of a specialist. We offer such psychological screening services, if you wish to be tested click here Mental Conditions
  3. Brain CT to localize the HH (more difficult with the big CT devices available today); we are working to develop a small brain scanner.
  4. Usage of a Quantum Radionics device like Mars III coming with the necessary software to scan all running DHS conflicts; accuracy shown in this kind of scan is higher than 95%.
  5. Once your doctor clarified with you which are the running DHS conflicts, he must make his strategic judgments which conflicts should be addressed first to avoid complications during the healing phase. It may happen that during the DHS screening, some of the running DHS conflicts are shortly intensified or, due to created awareness, DHS conflicts may be deleted, i.e. conflict resolution occurs. In both cases healing phase symptoms intensification may occur!!
  6. Doctors must also monitor glucose and insulin concentration, ask the patient about active current medication, make all meaningful glucose and insulin tests. Therefore diabetes therapy must be done only by qualified doctors.
  7. We know that a hypoglycemia is much more dangerous and life threatening as a hyperglycemia. Values like 130 – 300 mg% are high, however, easier to manage as very low glucose concentration. Systemic functional bioresonance therapy to balance autonomic nervous system (ANS) triggers a regulative response to abnormal glucagon/insulin concentration. Nothing can be of more helpful as a therapy with Kindling Easy device; body auto regulates to achieve a perfect balance between sympathetic and parasympathetic related organs is what diabetes patients need the most to stop dis-balances between insulin and glucagon centers. Learn about Systemic Functional Bioresonance
  8. Hormonal regulation to balance glucagon, insulin and many other hormones play a significant role in glucose metabolism. Hormones are the messengers between brain/ANS and organs. Best to use for this job is the glandular and hormonal diagnosis and therapy software from Mars IIIThis is a soft but very complex, easy but fast to manage therapy triggering an extreme fast body response.All Hormones are very critical for diabetes therapy as they interfere in the healing phase in different ways, very important to permanently monitor and adjust them.
  9. Enzymatic scan and therapy to balance enzymes; enzymes are bio-catalysts with a very important role in managing body homeostasis. Here again Mars III and Kindling Easy associated with Magnesium and Sulfur supplementation is very helpful to better manage enzymatic system.
  10. Very important for Diabetes therapy is exercising and fitness in an enjoyable, not exhausting. Exercising is activating beta-cells in the muscles; glucose is thus better discharged from the blood stream.
  11. Over 90% of diabetes is coming with “adiposity” which is related to a “kidney collecting ducts blockage”. Kidney collecting ducts blockage is caused by the following DHS conflict constellation:

11.1. Refugee, existential threatening conflict

11.2. Moved into another place or country and lost everything

11.3. I feel like after bombardment, lack of orientation and not grounded

11.4. Loneliness and lack of social life, no family or friends

11.5. I do not get everything I need to support my life, lack of money to take care of me and my family

11.6. Feeling like in a desert with no water

Kidney conflicts and related growth or necrosis is a very complex topic and I will describe it in more details in my next Positive Medicine – IV. Solving kidney ducts and/or kidney parenchymal problems by solving the DHS conflict will help tremendously to reduce weight, eliminate retained water, thus reduce inflammations.

Conclusions:

  1. Diabetes and often associated overweight epidemic are an undoubted result of our today life struggles to support our families, to avoid fears and anxiety, to keep our territory intact (avoid foreclosure events or homelessness), to buffer and reset resentments and aversion, to be social integrated and avoid loneliness, delete worries and thus remove anxiety and fears.
  2. Diabetes and adiposity epidemic can be treated and cured only if DHS conflicts are resolved. Supportive actions like a healthy nutrition, daily exercise, customized minerals and vitamin supplementations are strongly recommended
  3. We at Lyra Nara offer specific health services to help you discover the psychological struggles, to become aware of DHS conflicts and to enable you a conflict resolution Visit us at Lyra Nara Health Services
  4. Different instruments like Mars IIIKindling Easy are very useful tools to manage the healing phase and the eventual complications due to complex conflict constellation
  5. We do not recommend a specific diet, because you must follow the glucose changes and associated symptoms and to compensate/balance the glucose serum concentration. What we clearly recommend is to eat healthy and high quality food (organic), drink good water, avoid sugary food and especially alchohol.
  6. We strongly recommend using services of qualified doctors in this kind of therapy
  7. Prevention is possible and strongly recommended: think positive, talk only with positive words, forgiveness practice, reset negative emotions and negative beliefs, love and respect yourself, live in the NOW
  8. There are no fatal diseases, only fatal mistakes we keep doing again and again. In one week of good food you can switch on/off hundreds of genes. Genetic inherited diabetes or obesity is a myth!