Have you heard about German new medicine? Not a lot of people know about it still, but it’s nothing new. Some are already aware of or have experienced this interesting method. If you believe in “mind over matter”, be prepared. German new medicine takes that even further.
Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer was a German physician who created German new medicine (Germanic new medicine) after his son’s death. Dirk was shot by the son of Italy’s last king while asleep on a yacht. This unfortunate event led to Dr. Hamer developing prostate cancer, which he thought was out of nowhere. He didn’t get the disease out of usual reasons. A revelation came to him, resulting in his creation of GNM.
Caroline Markolin (Ph.D.), one of the people who attended Dr. Hamer’s first lecture, translated GNM in english. Captivated by his scientific findings, she enthusiastically dedicated herself to the full-time study of the “New Medicine”, as it was still called back then. In 2002, after extensive and diligent immersion in the available GNM research material, she met Dr. Hamer and began to study under his guidance. In recognition of the in-depth knowledge of his work, Dr. Hamer entrusted her with the English translation of the Scientific Chart of German New Medicine®, published in 2007.
Already proven, mental and physical health are connected. It’s a fact. If you’re terribly stressed, you lose hair. When you’re hungry, you can’t focus. German new medicine is set on finding the root of a condition beyond mere symptoms and bodily problems. GNM aims to make you aware of your own self-healing capabilities.
How German New Medicine Works
German new medicine’s cornerstone is the “shock” that happens in one’s life. This is called Dirk Hamer Syndrome (DHS), named after Dr. Hamer’s son. You can understand it all by knowing the five “biological laws” German new medicine follows:
Also known as Iron Law, this law states that shock events cause severe diseases. The shock’s psychological conflict content determines the location of the brain activity’s focus appearance. It can be seen in a CT scan as a set of concentric rings called Harmer Foci. What sets this shock apart from others, is that it has to be unexpected.
The two-phased nature of disease, which involves a cold and a hot phase. The cold phase is the stress phase. In this phase, a disease begins and lasts as long as the person is in conflict. When the conflict is resolved, that’s the hot phase. It’s also known as the healing or restoration phase. For example, inability to sleep is the cold phase, while the hot phase is exhaustion.
Hamer proposed that the brain primarily controls disease progression. The old brain (brainstem and cerebellum) controls primitive processes like basic survival, while the new brain (cerebrum) manages personal and social issues. How a person reacts to shock depends on his perceptions, beliefs, and experiences.
According to this law, microbes don’t cause diseases. The body uses them to optimize the healing phase. Instead of causing harm, they actually play an important role in healing. The type of microbes depend on which tissue or organ is affected. In the conflict’s hot phase, fungus, bacteria, or virus can be utilized.
The “Quintessence”, this final law helps one understand a physical manifestation’s biological reason or necessity. Conflict active and healing phases of diseases developed during evolution for a purpose. It’s an organism’s means of survival. Having a mild ailment, for instance, may mean your body’s trying to be stronger.
German new medicine believes in the human mind’s power. It may still not be accepted today by everyone, but it does make you think twice. There are things science can’t explain anyway. Hamer’s conviction is that diseases are “special meaningful programs of nature”. Something established medicine doesn’t reveal. Sickness is actually the body’s way of recovering. With German new medicine, creating your sense of reality and practicing self-empowerment are powerful. You take control of your own body by taking control of your mind.
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