Disease symptoms that don't have a visible mechanical source anywhere in the body except possibly in the brain itself are diagnosed as neurological disorders, believed to be a result of a mechanical flaw - microscopic or macroscopic - in the brain structure itself.
For most people today, the brain is understood to be merely an organ of the body, basically mechanical in its function. While the heart's job is to pump blood, and the stomach's job is to break down food morsels, the brain's job is to sense the environment, think about it, and decide how the body should respond.
In this mechanistic view, the various brain structures are mechanically formed and located in order to relay information in much the same way that a computer relays information:
- the brain structure senses information,
- the brain stores information (causing "intelligence"),
- the brain communicates with itself and the rest of the body, and
- the brain does all this through a network of nerves, fluid ductwork, and hormone-generating centres as well as through the positioning of these parts in relation to one another.
Brain Myth 1. The brain receives sensory information through electrical wiring, the sensory neurons. It then tells the muscles what to do through the motor neurons.
This is an accurate description of the mechanics of sensing and voluntary movement, but it completely leaves out the role of consciousness: who, or what, exactly, is perceiving what the sensory information brings in? Who, or what, exactly, is deciding the muscles should do something?
Neurogenetic diseases such as Huntington's disease, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, and muscular dystrophy are incorrectly believed to result from problems with the sensory equipment of the brain structure. These diseases involve an inability or a loss of ability to undertake voluntary muscle action in some or all of the body.
These problems are actually not genetic or the result of a flaw in the brain structure or neurons. Instead, musculoskeletal problems are the brain-mediated "play-dead" reflex, caused by the experience of being trapped. Knowing the cause, a healing can potentially be achieved for these diseases.
Brain Myth 2. The brain stores information, much like a computer hard drive, and then retrieves the information as needed.
This is an accurate description of the mechanics of how the brain structure holds its "programs," but it completely leaves out the role of intelligence: who, or what, exactly, is deciding which information to filter out or take in, and who or what, exactly, is doing the thinking? A computer is not a source of intelligence, and neither is the brain structure.
Developmental disorders such as cerebral palsy, pervasive developmental disorder, "mental retardation," "intellectual disability," Down syndrome, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, and autism are believed to result from flaws in the information storage function of the brain structure. These diseases are (incorrectly) believed to arise from whatever brain structure is responsible for learning and intelligence.
In fact, there is no such brain structure. Intelligence is consciousness, originating from the Source itself: who or what is doing the thinking? That is where intelligence lies. There is absolutely no relationship between brain structure and intelligence...
... there is only a relationship between brain structure and the ability to express intelligence.
Learning, on the other hand, is a function built in to our entire organism, built in to every creature to assist in its survival to successful reproduction and happy (or at least purposeful) existence.
There are specific, appropriate, brain-mediated causes for an interruption to this process.
Virtually every case of developmental delay involves a pair of conflict experiences relaying through the temporal lobes in the cerebral cortex: the wrinkly outer "bark" of the brain structure.
Specifically, Nature puts development on hold when an undeveloped child encounters territorial circumstances that will be better dealt with from a helpless child position than from a responsible adult position. Nature makes the child "wait for a better time" in order to obtain more useful sensory information on which to base an understanding of how to survive and have a happy life.
The specific cause, and therefore its resolution, can be found in many cases.
Brain Myth 3. The brain communicates like a computer, using chemicals instead of electrical on/off signals.
This is an accurate description of the tiny microscopic action that occurs at the atomic level of the brain structure; however, it completely ignores the emergent property of intelligent complexity. Who, or what, tells the neurons and chemicals to "fire" in the ways that they fire? How does the brain know how to grow and develop in the first place, using all these chemical bits and bytes to create more potential neurological connections than all the stars in the entire universe?
Degenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease or Alzheimer's disease, are erroneously believed to result from flaws in the chemical communication systems of the brain structure. In the body-as-machine view of anatomy, it is assumed that some sort of chemical imbalance "eats away" at the brain tissue, physically damaging the organ's ability to do its job.
While it is true that there are changes to the brain structure during the active phase of these (or any) diseases, the cause is the brain's evolved response to a specific type of life experience that the person has had. Should that life situation be reversed, the brain tissue would become normal again following the healing phase.
Metabolic diseases such as Gaucher's disease, dwarfism, and giantism are believed to be the result of the brain producing too much of one chemical and not enough of another chemical, and things somehow coming out wrong in the body as a result.
While it is true that metabolic disorders are related to the brain structure, it is not true that the brain has gone wrong in its chemical production. The brain is simply mediating the body to respond in the most appropriate way to an existing and ongoing conflict in the person's life.
Brain Myth 4. The brain is vulnerable to mechanical failures, much like any other machine, such as blockages in fuel supply lines, corroded wiring leading to short circuits, and signal disruption due to the brain structure being physically shifted out of position or pressured.
It is correct that the brain produces symptoms in the body as a direct consequence of physical trauma or pressure in the brain. However, it is not true that the brain wears out or plugs up or suffers the myriad other complications of wear and tear that our factory products do. The brain is an incredibly self-correcting instrument, naturally evolved over hundreds of millions of years. It doesn't fall apart over time any more than the oceans or the rainforests fall apart over time.
Cerebrovascular diseases such as stroke and dementia are believed to be the result of the brain structure having an incorrect balance of fluid, or developing blockages due to cholesterol. Convulsive disorders such as epilepsy are believed to be the result of different areas of the brain structure not hooking up to one another correctly through the brain's "wiring." Gross brain structure problems such as tumors, are believed to be the result of the invasion of toxins, cancer cells, or microbes into the brain structure "machine."
All these disease symptoms are either the brain-mediated response to a life experience, or the brain's compensating response to a physical impact to the brain. Once the source of these brain responses is determined, it is possible to remove the cause and then support the brain in its self-healing process.
Because the true role of the brain is misunderstood, brain structure disorders are also misunderstood. As a result, the conventional medical approach usually results in an unsuccessful therapeutic outcome for unfortunate patients who are diagnosed with brain structure disorders.
Every disease symptom originates the same way: with an acute, unexpected, isolating life experience.
All diseases involve the brain structure, because the brain is the mediator between your experience and your bodily response. But sometimes an anatomical search for the cause only finds something unusual in the brain, not in the body part that isn't working properly.
All diseases are accompanied by an observable change in brain structure. All we need to know is where to look. The German New Medicine® healer draws from a body of work that has charted the exact relationships between experience, brain structure, body system, and symptoms. Through this meticulous documentation of the healing process, there has emerged an observable cause - and potential cure - for even symptoms that are attributable to brain structure dysfunction.
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