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post Jan 03, 2007, 06:47 AM
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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7...idfeed&hl=en-GB
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post Jan 30, 2008, 02:30 AM
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So...what do you think?
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post Nov 05, 2008, 08:44 PM
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ABOUT HOMEOPATHY: Does it work?
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HH, thanks for this. Very interesting. IMO, I was guided by the Spirit of GOD to find your comment and the video. I listened with much interest.

As I indicated elsewhere: Recently I was diagnosed with a high PSA (prostate-specific anti gens) level and, after a needle biopsy, cancer of the prostate. My urologist recommended radiation. However, because of the dangerous side effects, I decided, with the approval of my GP, to avoid radiation therapy and try something else. Instead, I got him to help me do an experiment using nutrition and homeopathy.

I told him, "I am currently using a highly recommended pro-biotic--a glutathione precursor--and I am consulting with a homeopath, Dr. Ansley Simpson--who was recommended to me by my daughter. She is giving me counseling plus homeopathic drops. She also recommends meditation--what I call pneumatherapy. Here is what I want you to do: Monitor my PSA over the next few weeks and let us see what happens. If my PSA goes up, I will go for the radiation."

The results? The latest two tests show, for the better, a downward trend. It looks like that, for me at least, nutrition, homeopathy and pneumatherapy (self-hypnosis) are working. We'll see if homeopathy, et al, works, as the video claims that it does. So far, it is working for me.
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post Nov 06, 2008, 12:24 AM
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She also recommends meditation--what I call pneumatherapy
I'd recommend you stick to the term everyone is familiar with, since its clearer that way.

Sorry to hear about your illness, I really hope that your mind can overpower the cancer with good thoughts and good nutrition. I can't even consider homeopathy as a cure for anything though, except from the placebo effect. Unless the therapy you're recieving is not the 1 part-per-million/billion dilution extreme ™.

I really do believe you can combat internal body illnesses with focused introspective thoughts, so keep the pneumatherapy up!

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post Nov 06, 2008, 08:12 AM
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From 'trojan_libido' date='Nov 06, 2008, 12:24 AM'
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... I really do believe you can combat internal body illnesses with focused introspective thoughts, so keep the pneumatherapy up!
Thanks, TL for sending this healing thought. Here is one back smile.gif

We need to keep in mind that this sight is called BrainMeta--expressing the idea that there is something beyond the brain mechanism. I believe that, as spiritual beings, we can send healthy thoughts to others, especially if we let them know we are doing it.

BTW, the following quote is from the thread, New name? Nov 07, 2004, 10:27 PM. It was called, New name, when we were looking for a "new" name for this forum.
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Because spirit (pneuma) is beyond mind (psyche), and body (soma), therefore, it is meta-psychosomatic. I suppose http://spirit.com taken? And speaking of 'pneuma', interestingly, I came up with the word 'pneumatology' in the early 1960's, before I realized that it is already in the dictionary. World Book Dictionary points that is an archaic term for 'psychology'. I must check and see if http://www.pneuma.com
is taken. I so, what it is all about. Having just viewed this, I find this interesting.

By the way 2, as I understand the history of pneumatology, here is what happened : Psychology, then confused with pneumatology, broke away from it's parents, theology and philosophy, in the 1880's. It did so with the help of Wilhelm Wundt.

Interestingly, WW was the rebellious son of an evangelical Lutheran pastor. A brilliant student, Wilhelm taught at the university of Leipzig. He believed in the authority of science over philosophy and theology.

Keep in mind that, around the same time, there was the more spiritually-minded philosopher/psychologist, William James, at Harvard, the author of the classic, Varieties of Religious Experiences.

BTW 3, when I studied psychology at Mount Allison University, N.B., http://www.mta.ca in the 1940's, it was part of the philosophy department. I suspect that much earlier than that, pneumatology, because of its close connection with its parents, myth and theology, resented its younger sibling, psychology and its flirting with the very materialistic, somatology. One of my goals is the reintegration of all of these into a holistic complex. LGK.
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post Nov 07, 2008, 03:39 PM
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QUOTE(Lindsay @ Nov 06, 2008, 04:44 AM) *

ABOUT HOMEOPATHY: Does it work?
QUOTE(Hey Hey @ Jan 03, 2007, 06:47 AM) *
HH, thanks for this. Very interesting. IMO, I was guided by the Spirit of GOD to find your comment and the video. I listened with much interest.

As I indicated elsewhere: Recently I was diagnosed with a high PSA (prostate-specific anti gens) level and, after a needle biopsy, cancer of the prostate. My urologist recommended radiation. However, because of the dangerous side effects, I decided, with the approval of my GP, to avoid radiation therapy and try something else. Instead, I got him to help me do an experiment using nutrition and homeopathy.

I told him, "I am currently using a highly recommended pro-biotic--a glutathione precursor--and I am consulting with a homeopath, Dr. Ansley Simpson--who was recommended to me by my daughter. She is giving me counseling plus homeopathic drops. She also recommends meditation--what I call pneumatherapy. Here is what I want you to do: Monitor my PSA over the next few weeks and let us see what happens. If my PSA goes up, I will go for the radiation."

The results? The latest two tests show, for the better, a downward trend. It looks like that, for me at least, nutrition, homeopathy and pneumatherapy (self-hypnosis) are working. We'll see if homeopathy, et al, works, as the video claims that it does. So far, it is working for me.

Lindsay, my friend, I am so sorry that you have this problem. Now, you have me worried that the article I referred might be misleading and could delay a conventional treatment. I hope for your best decision and that you have continued remission. HeyHey
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post Nov 08, 2008, 06:48 AM
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Lindsay, my friend, I am so sorry that you have this problem. Now, you have me worried that the article I referred might be misleading and could delay a conventional treatment. I hope for your best decision and that you have continued remission. HeyHey
Not to worry, HH. I am taking a holistic approach. This means that I am including all that is involved in the whole process. Just yesterday I saw my family doctor. I consider him part of the healing team. BTW, almost all medical fees, including specialists, are covered by our federal & provincial Medicare program.

Dr. Chia is very pleased that the last PSA's have gone from the 11's down to the 8's and is recommending that I have another one in three months. The goal is to reach 4, which is normal for my age. I have told my GP and specialists, what the homeopath, Dr. Ansley Simpson--who is willing to work with allopaths--is doing for me, which he accepts. The holistic approach is inclusive. It includes the doctors, the lab technicians, nutrition, and even me, as part of the healing team.
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post Nov 08, 2008, 09:57 PM
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BTW, for those with diabetic problems, the following doctor-recommended information looks interesting.
For information only:
http://www.rawfor30days.com/

Other than my personal experience and intuition I make no claim to being an expert in the complex and controversial subject of nutrition. In brief, I am of the opinion that as human beings we are individually unique--physically, mentally and spiritually. That is, we are unique in soma, psyche and pneuma. What we ingest, digest and assimilate in body, mind and spirit depends on our unique nature.

Already interested in understanding who we are spiritually and psychologically--that is the pneuma and psyche components of our being--in the winter of 1963-1964, when my daughter, Catherine (now 52) became dreadfully ill with a life-threatening lung disease, triggered by allergies, I started taking a personal interest in who we are physically, or somatologically--the soma component. Also, around that same time I discovered the therapeutic value of hypnosis--a subject I toyed with, out of curiosity, when I was a student of psychology. With the help and tutoring of an older and wise mentor, who had used it for decades, I applied what I now call pneumatherapy (healing with the help of the spirit) to her condition with almost immediate positive results.

Out of this and other successful experiments grew the pneumatology lecture series, which I write about in more detail in a thread dedicated to this purpose.

BTW, later, I will give more details of how, in 1996, I was guided--by GOD?--to understand the nature and value of enzymes.
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post Nov 09, 2008, 03:53 PM
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THE STORY CONTINUES
In the spring of 1996, when I was 66, I had severe digestive problems, including rectal bleeding and hemorrhoids . This prompted me to consult our good family doctor. She recommended that I see a surgeon .

The surgeon recommended that, as part of the process, including the surgery to remove the hemorrhoids, I have a colonoscopy. It will tell me what is going on in the intestine.

I agreed. This was in June, 1996.

The result? In the follow-up appointment, the surgeon--who, BTW, agreed that enzymes, nutrition and the like could be of help-- told me: "The lab work tells me that one of the polyps, which I removed, was cancerous. Here is what I suggest: Take the summer to heal. Come back in September. We will do another colonoscopy and this will tell us where to remove the ten inches of your small intestine. The good news is: You will not need to use a bag."

BTW, my wife and I spent the summer, happily, visiting our daughter--a massage therapist, homeopath and artist--who lives with her artist/husband on a floating house, near Tofino, Vancouver Island, BC. A beautiful area of Canada.

To make a long story short: Over the next number of weeks I took my enzymes, faithfully; my daughter gave me the benefit of her training in massage therapy, herbs, homeopathy and the like.

The final result?

In September, 1966, my surgeon did a full and extensive colonoscopy. Following the exam, he told me: "I am happy to report: You are clean. Whatever you have been doing, keep it up. If you have any problems, let me know. I suggest you have a colonoscopy every five years."

My last colonoscopy was a few months ago. It was clear. The doctor said: "You will live to be 99."

Naturally, I asked for a second opinion. "My goal is 100!! " I said. biggrin.gif
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