In 2001 I suddenly became very ill with symptoms of Neurodermatitis. With the expectation that modern medicine would help with my pain I consulted with the best doctors I could find. They were all very friendly and professional and diagnosed me with Neurodermatitis. I still thought that the creams would take care of the problem and I didn’t question their opinions or medications.
Many month later the symptoms had become worse so I went to more doctors to get additional opinions. By coincidence I met a retired dermatologist in Germany who shared his 40 year experience with me.
A dermatologist shares his 40 year Experience about Neurodermatitis with me
He said “From my experience there is no cure and most people are stuck with the itch/scratch cycle. The only thing you can do is to lessen the pain. For some people it can stop for no apparent reason but for most people it continues for a long time”.
I was shocked and happy at the same time.
That information gave me Clarity.
I knew my search for the cure from a doctor had ended but I also knew that I had to take things into my own hands.
That information was very new to me, I never heard a doctor speak openly about the shortcomings of his profession, it made him more human and very honest.
The bigger picture
I now have a clear understanding about the medical profession.
It’s very simple.
If doctors can identify the cause, see it under a microscope, on a Xray, measure it, smell it feel it, they can heal it. Healing means that the problem is gone and your health is recovered to the maximum possible state.
Whenever doctors talk about many treatments and that it takes time to heal its very clear to me that the doctor don’t have a clue of what is causing the disease.
There are many different diseases in the world that cannot be cured for a lack of understanding the cause. They are chronic and can only be treated.
- Joint pain
- High blood pressure
- Headaches/back pain
- Frozen shoulder
- Burning mouth syndrome
- Chronic pain in general
- Psychosomatic disease in general
- An endless list of symptoms
More than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain at a cost of around $600 billion a year in medical treatments and lost productivity, according to a report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM).
That is about one in three people. Its about the same in other countries.
Chronic pain is a universal problem that affects all people.
Rich people, poor people, educated people, uneducated people, young people, old people, people living in rich countries, people living in third world countries. There is no difference!
All the accumulated medical knowledge does not make a difference when it comes to Neurodermatitis!
The human factor behind disease
We as human beings are spiritual beings living in a human body!
There are two levels of existence.
The visible physical level which includes the body and all physical matter in this world.
And than there is the invisible world of thought which is the cause of everything in the physical world.
Every human being lives in his own, self created personal reality which is the cause of all experience.
Disease coming from the spiritual world of thought can only be healed on that level and never on the physical level.
Important Wisdom about the use of the medical system
Step 1: Can a doctor help me?
In case I experience pain in my body I always go see a doctor first. In 2014 I experienced a sharp pain in my right shoulder and I went to a doctor. He sent me to physical therapy who told me. You have a “Frozen Shoulder”!. There is not much that can be done and nobody really knows what is causing it.
That is the information that I am looking for. Does anybody understand the cause of the disease or can they only treat the symptom.
If doctors don’t understand the cause I immediately go to step 2.
Step 2: What is the alternative?
I know that I cannot get the healing that I expect from a doctor and I either use my own knowledge, a natural remedy or find the best person who has found an alternative way to healing.
And I don’t stop until I get my health back. There is nothing more important than health!
Medical science can produce miracles and there are great doctors but all medical knowledge has its limits and it is very important to have the wisdom of understanding the limitations!
Complete Self Reliance
Complete Self Reliance takes me back to who I am.
It makes me take responsibility to what is happening in my life and to find the cause of my problems in myself instead of outside of me. It empowers me and takes me out of the role of a passive sufferer and consumer of other peoples believes and limitations.
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