The development of general ideas about the disease has changed throughout the history of medicine. Hippocrates considered the cause of the disease to be an improper mixing of the four main body fluids: blood, mucus, yellow and black bile (venous blood). Around the same time, on the basis of the atomistic teachings of Democritus, the idea arose that the disease develops as a result of a change in the shape of the atoms and their incorrect location.
At the end of the old and the beginning of the new era, and especially in the Middle Ages, idealistic views appeared on the doctrine of the disease, according to which the soul, or a special kind of life force (“archaea”), determines the body’s struggle with the changes caused by the disease. Materialistic views on the disease in the Middle Ages were developed by Ibn Sina (the onset of the disease under the influence of invisible creatures, “male and female demons”), the development of the disease depending on the structure of the body (the disease is thin vs disease of fat people; short vs tall). In these views, some see the anticipation of the idea of microorganisms and the correlation of the constitutional characteristics of the organism with the course of the disease. In the XVII-XIX centuries, a great contribution to the doctrine of the disease was made by J. B. Morgagni (Italian) Russian. (the idea of the connection of the disease with anatomical changes in the organs), M.F. K. Bich (description of the pathological anatomical picture of a number of diseases), Rudolf Virchow (theory of cellular pathology), K. Bernard (the disease is a violation of the physiological balance of the body with the environment), etc. S.P. Botkin, V.V. Pashutin, I.P. Pavlov, A.A. Ostroumov associated the disease with a violation of the human condition and developed an idea of the disease based on the idea of nervousness. Despite the abundance of work on the problem of the disease, this the concept is still not precisely determined.
All of the above views are simultaneously true, since the disease is a multifaceted concept and its research can be carried out from various angles. In a general sense, this is an informational structure, and you need to approach it from different angles. The problem of the disease is the feeling of pain that it causes. First of all, a sick person wants to eliminate the pain, and not find out what the disease is.
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Disease treatment. Treatment effectiveness
Nowadays, treatment takes place in medical institutions that have the appropriate license. These institutions are controlled by the state healthcare system. The word “treatment” itself in this case is monopolized and implies an impact on the patient’s body.
The totality of the medical systems of individual states forms the world health organization. Most people share this system and believe in it, so it has enough power on them. The effectiveness of treatment in this case is high. A prerequisite is to “keep up to date”, i.e. apply advanced treatments that are not yet outdated. Since the world is changing, and all informational structures are changing. What has been beneficial before may begin to be harmful. What is the debate about the consumption of eggs and the rate of cholesterol, or about the rate of sugar intake in diabetes.
Alternative methods. Traditional medicine
Traditional medicine or also called folk medicine is an extensive category of methods that can include anything from simple prayers or eating fresh food to drinking urine and stuffing a cucumber into the anus. I happened to read the notes of one researcher who noted that even in the XVIII-XIX in remote Russian villages people were treated with vodka, shit and physical pain.
The very concept of “folk medicine” means the medicine of people mass. As soon as it goes to the masses, its effectiveness decreases. People distort its essence and begin to create madness.
Let me give you a simple example: parents brought their child to a real healer with back pain. The healer begins to pat him on the back, while in his mind the healer “rotates and restructures entire universes.” After some time, the pain passes, and the patient rejoices and expresses gratitude to the healer. At the same time, the father who observed the process concludes that the child recovered because the healer hit him on the back. Moreover, he tells this to everyone in a row, adding from himself, “the stronger, the more effective.”
Thus, most of the so-called folk methods have long lost their original essence. People of a near mind distorted these systems, therefore the effectiveness of these methods is extremely low. The effectiveness of a particular technique most often depends on the awareness of the healer who uses it.
Healing with hands or legs?
Healing differs from treatment primarily in that the impact is not on the physical body but on the informational structures, the aura of a person, the systems in which he lives. Moreover, the will of the person is not affected and he is given free choice. The techniques of various healers are different. Everyone works as he likes.
Types of Healing
- Bioenergy healing;
- Spiritual healing;
- Magical healing;
- Symbolical : eneology, numerology, Kabbalah, dowsing;
- Using the elements: fire, water, earth, air;
- Using of planetary power: places of power, crystals, natural spirits;
- Using the power of cosmos;
Popular methods and systems of healing
- Pranic healing;
- Theta Healing;
- Reference point therapy (RPT);
Effectiveness of methods
The effectiveness of the methods directly depends on the proficiency of the healer. Finding a healer is a rather difficult task. There is a lot of deception and misinformation in this type of business. Firstly, trust yourself.
Healing for free
It is believed that the healer should treat for free, while rewarding the doctor is considered the norm. Will you be happy working for free and why?