Autoimmune diseases can be healed only by eliminating the mental and physical causes of the disease. Medications perpetuate the patient's illness.
Autoimmune diseases are curable, but not with drugs. By strengthening the immune system, the self-healing method combines body, mind, and spirit. Following Self-healing methods is challenging on both a mental and physical level, mainly because it takes discipline and self-confidence to serve as your medical advisor.
Autoimmune disease patients are treated with the misconception that they are incurable diseases.
Therefore, treatment is only symptomatic and does not attempt to improve the patient's recovery.
- Except for pure genetic diseases, all acquired chronic diseases, including all autoimmune diseases and also those with an inborn tendency, are illnesses that can be cured. There is no such thing as an incurable, chronic acquired disease.
- Remissions often characterize autoimmune diseases. They are not accidental; they result from an increase in the body's life-force energy level. Remissions reinforce the idea that autoimmune diseases are curable diseases.
- Hormonal Imbalances are one logical explanation of why women have an increased tendency than men to get autoimmune diseases. (Although there are exceptions such as Type 1 diabetes.)
Common to all autoimmune diseases. The thymus gland is of great importance in understanding autoimmune diseases.
- The maturation of T blood cells is the one that enables self and no-self-recognition. The thymus gland belongs to the energetic dimension of the fourth center (Heart Chakra), whose driving force is Love, Relationships & Self-Acceptance.
Age factor (Unhealthy physical lifestyle) vs. Traumatic non-resolved events from the past.
- The age factor - As symptoms onset at a younger age (30-35 years or less), it is more likely that the weight of unresolved mental traumas is higher than the unhealthy lifestyle. The explanation is that the process of cell aging and death is cumulative, while unresolved traumatic events have an immediate and cumulative effect. (Particularly prominent in autoimmune diseases.)