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Clearing Tracks To Evolve The Soul

Life experiences – good or bad – occur because of the tracks that control your thinking and doing.
 
Hearing the word “tracks” may give you a picture of railroad tracks. But in the context of German New Medicine, “tracks” has a completely new and powerful meaning.
 
To understand this life-changing concept more clearly, I will first explain the difference between “traits” and “tracks.” A “trait” is a psychological term; it refers to a certain type of behavior or characteristic a person exhibits. In contrast, a “track” is a subconscious reminder of what you have seen, heard, felt, smelled and tasted in relation to an unexpected trauma from your past that is stored in your psyche.
 
An individual can radiate both light and dark qualities that are perceived in outward behavior. But unanticipated dramatic shocks have an effect on the level of the soul, and the lessons to be learned are not immediately obvious. The founder of this work, Dr. Hamer, wrote his first book in the 1980s. In Cancer: Diseases of the Soul, he explains that all diseases stem from an unexpected shock that catches us off guard, causing health issues and the inability to manifest what we want.
 
For instance, parents want to make good decisions. And yet, what occurs in our environment influences our thinking through our psyche as “tracks.” This is why it is necessary for parents to clear tracks from any original conflicts – so that the soul of the parent can learn its lessons and clear the pathway to see the light of the truth in any situation. This can serve them greatly in raising their children.
 
To further understand the concept of tracks, here is an example of a previous client of mine that was a parent wanting to be nice to his or her child because their own parents mistreated them.  This parent had put a lot of thought into treating their child very well, but it is well known that spoiling a child can be just as bad as mistreating them. 
So my client’s young adult son was selling drugs at home.  My client was attached to their “trait” of being nice and was heavily influenced by memories of being mistreated in their own childhood. In consequence, my client couldn’t properly guide and discipline his son for breaking the law as well as their house rules. 
When I asked my client what happened when he went through this and didn’t discipline his son, he said he would become depressed with suicidal thoughts.  He also felt disoriented. I explained to him that it was his past trauma with his own abusive parents and unstable childhood. My client had a deep programming of incomplete love and inability to finish projects. He also believed at that time that if he stood up for something, like his own house rules with his son, it would result in abrupt separation and pain like what had happened in his own childhood when he tried to stand up to his parents.
Through the sessions with me, he finally realized the common thread through his life. We were able to pinpoint the origin of his depression and constant desire to urinate during the day. With the help of German New Medicine, I was able to explain that the bladder has to do with boundaries.  I explained that at times in his life when he had to urinate even more than usual, those were the times that he could not make a stand or say no. After our sessions, my client was able to develop his ability to discipline his son and stand up for himself and his values, which still honoring his “trait” of being nice. He was finally able to understand why it was so important to him because of past trauma, and in consequence, he was able to moderate his behavior. 
German New Medicine, officially developed in 1981, has a concept of an “unanticipated dramatic shock” called Dirk Hamer Syndrome (DHS). Depending on the nature of the shock, archaic programming will automatically take over. It does the thinking for you. Once triggered, regardless of what we value as a “trait”, the “track” created by the shock will blindly lead us, trying to avoid pain and ferociously seeking pleasure. 
 
However, as in the case my aforementioned client, we used the talk therapy of German New Medicine to help him understand what his original conflict was, thus rewriting his “tracks,” reversing his symptoms and healing his body and mind. 
 
The parent is now able to discipline his child while still staying true to his trait of being a kind parent. More importantly, he doesn’t suffer from depression or constant desire to urinate. He has more confidence in himself and peace in his life. 
 

Pain Added Insult To Injury

Pain is a tool that is meant to protect us from further injury when we come across current situations that remind us of previous experiences.
 
Some of you may see this and say “What? I thought you get pain from only one injury.” Actually, the answer is both yes and no.  The yes part is a no-brainer and it can be the only reason. The no part has to do with the circumstance as we experience it on the psyche level that reminds us of what we have felt, heard, seen, touched, smelled and tasted from an unanticipated event from similar past circumstances. It can be one or more of these senses that can be activated depending how we perceive it both unconsciously and consciously.  It is embedded since the dawn of creation and is necessary for our optimal survival.  
 
At times we may not like the outcome of our bodily reaction even when it doesn’t make sense. That is only on the mind level, believing that it has to make sense.  Unconsciously, the psyche unlike the mind just senses, period.  Putting it into “mindful terms,” it is ‘better safe than sorry’ mode. A more descriptive example is that in an unanticipated traumatic event, our spleen can have a drop in platelets because it had blood transfusion because it can’t tell the difference whether it is blood-letting or receiving blood.  However, our mind can tell the difference but it is not the cause of disease. In case if you are wondering, negative thinking can lower our vitality and create bad habits, but it is not the cause of disease.  
 
There was a case that fit the above description.  He was snowboarding and injured himself in the right shoulder and pulled his left lower abdomen in attempt to guard himself from further injury. He has snowboarded before many times but this time it was a mixture of things similar and new.  
 
Lets start on the mind level where expectations are placed on the memory of the injury to the shoulder. It is logical that if you bump your shoulder hard enough and in a wrong way, pain and bruising of the shoulder area is logical to expect. 
 
Here comes the unexpected or having no expectations that are below the surface of our awareness of mind level. The psyche picked up in split-second relating millions of bits of information that is pertinent to survival. Any previous memories stored in the subconscious of related physical or mental or emotional association to the latest event re-triggers the protective response.  In the acute phase, bruising of shoulder could result in increase in platelets count local to the injury relative to the severity to the injury. Bones in the joint decalcify at the time of impact and may indicate fracture or avulsion of connective tissue, etc.  All the while, the psyche may process another layer of tracks necessary for the next time it may happen. 
As I explained this phenomenon to him, he was beginning as he slips under his skin, the soul of the psyche, make associations to past events and saw clearly the past events that added more pain to his shoulder injury.  
 
Prior to the snowboarding accident, his friend who was inconsiderate of his place of residence had sex with a woman he briefly met through an on-line dating site.  It was unforthcoming and he felt dismissed and something was not right about this.  He learned that this weakened his shoulder joint.  All it took was a set-up of an accident to reveal more of a picture what was really going on under his skin.  He even admits he had these kinds of physical encounters all the time with all parts of his body when he snowboards.  He was marveled by the fact that by slipping under his skin, I sensed, for example, the top part of his shoulder and knew his intentions to make this place a better place. With the people he knew that didn’t consider his place or if they were even aware how he was abruptly cut off from his place which gave him the feeling of something is not right or being dismissed which affected his upper back, further hindering his recovery from the snowboard accident. He admitted how frustrated he felt after spending so much time in helping them spiritually and mentally in a project he was involved in. 
 
 He said, “God!  Why is this happening?  Is this what my mortality on this earth is about? I don’t know if I can shoulder the burden when people don’t show or have consideration of my needs?”  I pointed out “shoulder the burden” indeed. I guided him in making other associations of similar circumstances one by one; he felt releasing the pain of his shoulder and mobility improved greatly as he related to the tracks that were similar in the past. 
 
I explain as I processed his conflicts in feeling sharply separated that related to covering of the bone, devalued by them being inconsiderate on bone mass itself and the kidney connection that related to isolation from his friends.  He saw that there is more that meets the eye in a simple snowboarding accident.
 
 I did add a psychological component to this biological conflict that further strengthened his resolve. I reminded him, you can choose to empower yourself or give power away to the irresponsible or immature behavior of others.
 
 

What To Expect From A German New Medicine Practitioner

Knowledge is power.
 
  The other day, I received an inquiry from a former patient, asking if I was using a Quantum Bio-Feedback Machine. This person stated that he was experiencing severe shooting pains in the bottom of his foot. He added, that he didn't think that it was in any way, related to a diabetes neuropathy (which he had read about). He wanted to know if my machine could pin point exactly what the problem was and what various remedies he would need to take to get well.
  This patient first came to see me many years ago, before I began my German New Medicine Practice. However, I now wanted to impress upon him that according to GNM, all disease comes from unexpected trauma or traumas in a persons life, and when that trauma, is resolved, that then allows the body to begin to heal itself. On one level I was annoyed because, knowing what I know now, I wanted him to understand that the healing he was seeking, was not just going to happen because of his belief that a Feedback machine could provide a diagnosis and cure him. it was extremely important for me to explain to him that he needed to stop fixating on the diagnosis, and I tried to make him understand that by working together, we would be able to uncover the conflict that created this situation in the first place. By using a version of “talk therapy” I am able to get the individual to understand and make a connection to what the conflict is all about. In this case, the situation with his foot was a conflict of separation which relates to wanting connection or wanting to separate.
  Although I hadn't seen this patient for quite a while, and referring back to my notes regarding his case, I was able to recall some of the incidents he shared with me on previous visits, about things that had occurred in his life. He explained that his life was full of disappointment. He never felt he was a good Father to his children. He never felt grounded. When the children were very young, he divorced their mother and then tried to raise them alone, he worked two jobs to make ends meet, and because he felt guilty, he invariably spoiled the children. He had so much pain and sadness in his heart, as well as shame and hopelessness, and he felt that he just could not get his foot in the door for any new opportunities that were coming his way. Since, at that time I had not yet become a GNM Practitioner. I could not have explained to him, what I know to be true today, which is, that his foot was actually inflamed and causing him pain because his body was starting to heal and he was actually in a repair phase, which is a very good sign and many times the symptoms are exacerbated when the body begins to heal itself. He just could not understand that he had any responsibility whatsoever in his own healing. He looked at it like his body, was failing him and because of that he felt that he needed to go to someone, who would cure him and would take his pain and suffering away. To be frank, for me it was as though he shot himself in the foot (no pun intended) by not wanting to take responsibility for what was going on in his own life. While trying to make him more aware of his participation in his own health, I was reminded of something that Socrates referred to when he wrote that "An unexamined life is not worth living" Unfortunately, in this day and age with so many machines and diversions both in the medical and alternative worlds, a person can become distracted and very often that keeps us from finding ones own core essence. One of the introductions on my home page states, that I begin the dialogue with my patients, and they will complete the healing. I have been taught that the patient is always right and is the boss, and holds the key to unlocking the conflict inside of them.
  Dr. Hamer (the founder of German New Medicine) gave an illustrative example of a man whose left leg was paralyzed. This man and his wife had been experiencing marital problems for quite some time, and when Dr. Hamer explained that the nature of the conflict, he was experiencing was of separation, regarding his relationship with his wife, he asked the patient, how he felt when his wife had taken her wedding ring off her finger and threw it at his feet? He responded by saying that he felt totally rooted to the ground, not realizing, the parallel, to the paralysis he was experiencing. Once he sensed the connection, the patient was in total disbelief, with Dr. Hamer's question, it struck him so hard that he felt it throughout his entire body. In this situation, if left unresolved, would keep him paralyzed, since the persons psyche/soul senses being rooted to the ground and separated. Unlike the mind that differentiates and categorizes it, the psyche senses it.
   Referring back to my patient with the shooting pain in his foot, he was beginning to understand that all unexpected and unanticipated trauma is a welcomed opportunity to unlock ones conflict, and that is how the body will begin to heal itself. I reminded him that it is okay to seek help, however if one does not want to take responsibility for themselves, and is not open to unlocking the conflict held in their own psyche/soul, then it doesn't matter how many energy machines, practitioners or how many supplements, medicines or healthy food, one tries. Unlocking the conflict remains the key to healing ones own body. Unlike the mind that differentiates and categorizes the psyche/soul allows us to sense the conflict, when similar situations arise.
   Having a few or many diagnosis's or other variations of the same, does not change anything. This is one of the reasons, why people have so many reoccurrences, relapses and aggravations from previous health problems, that never seem to go away, especially when they reach their 50's 60’s and 70’s, many are still experiencing ill health, and attribute it to growing old. I am here to tell you that old age is not the culprit. Now, more than ever it is time to live life to the fullest and experience what it is like to have a healthy body, no matter what age you are. Your journey to health and freedom begins with your ability to understand, that while resolving ones trauma, and even though it may initiate a relapse of symptoms, which actually is a very good and positive sign. Mother Nature is reminding us, that this is how are bodies have been biologically designed to work. Now is the time to welcome the opportunity to unlock the trauma stored in our psyche/soul. When one begins to experience this awareness, and starts using these opportunities to heal themselves, then total health and well being can be achieved at any age, and this awareness will enrich our lives in infinite ways, including generations of people who will follow us. I sincerely want to thank my readers for allowing me the opportunity to share this life saving information with them enriching my life by solidifying my purpose for Being Here. I sincerely give you my heart-felt thanks.
 
  
 

Mental Scars of Sexual Abuse

    A Yoga teacher, a patient of mine who I hadn't seen for several years, called me recently and asked if I could help her. She said that she had an impending feeling that someone was out to get her, along with the fact that her body was in great pain and stiffness in her neck and back.  I asked her about the physical symptoms she was experiencing, which she made very clear, had never happened to her before, the fact that she was not able to bend down, when she would practice a certain Yoga  position.  She went on to explain that when her left leg was extended and her right leg would cross with the heel touching the pubic bone, which was a common Yoga pose that she had done for years. she would feel intense pain,  also when she would bring the inner leg muscle up to the pubic bone and when the inside of her leg would cover the reproductive organs, which was very painful and felt very tight.  She became extremely upset by the fact that she could no longer bend over to touch her nose to the floor, which she had been doing for over 30 years.  She started to think that she wasn't a good example of a Yoga teacher because she could not reach this position.  She did not understand why this was happening to her especially after all the years of doing Yoga and the fact that she had never had this problem before now.  She also told me that she had gone to a Chiropractor and had an adjustment.   Usually, when she would have other aches and pains, especially in her back and neck, going to the Chiropractor would give her temporary relief, however, not this time.
 
    Since she had already been a patient of mine and I was able to uncover the fact that she had a history of sexual abuse with her older brother, and also experienced severe emotional and mental abuse, along with physical beatings by her parents, as well as the brother.  She originally came to me because she had been experiencing severe digestive and lower back problems and because I am also a Chiropractor, she would come to me for adjustments.  This was actually before I became a German New Medicine teacher and practitioner.  It was abundantly clear she needed more than Chiropractic care, and as I became proficient at using German New Medicine, with the realization that almost every health problem, comes from unresolved trauma that is recorded and stored by our psyche/soul and when there are traumatic events in our lives, are activated and cause us to experience symptoms, and they stay there until the conflict is resolved.   I knew that German New Medicine would be right for her because she had no relief from pain even though she was doing Yoga every day and had an extremely healthy lifestyle.  Even with a great diet and exercise, the muscle discomfort and pain worsened.  It was obvious to me that she was being emotionally triggered by things in her environment and my job was to make her aware of exactly what those triggers are, and when she is able to connect the dots and begin to sense her conflicts, then and only then will her muscles, neck and back pain begin to heal.  
    To give my readers a broader insight.  Using German New Medicine, my line of questioning, would reveal the tightness of the adductor  muscles which is related to her reproductive organs, this is also acknowledged in Chiropractic Kinesiology.  It was very apparent to me that her physical pain was related to the sexual abuse she had experienced when she was young.  During our session I had to go deeper to elicit a response, I explained to her that she needed to pay attention and to bring her awareness, regarding what she was sensing at the time her symptoms began.  I guided her, with my clinical experience, and was able to point out things that could have triggered her in the past, when she was sexually abused by her brother.  During this process, she was able to sense how she had been recently triggered when one of the students in her class, had challenged her in a way that gave her great discomfort.  As I was questioning her, she reacted with a loud outburst stating “I wish you were bigger.”  I motioned for her to pay attention to her feelings and lo and behold, I was able to help her connect to the memory of her brothers sexual abuse, she remembered that her brother used to say that very statement “I wish you were bigger” when he would abuse her, and this triggered her because the student used the same tone of voice as her brother.  I proceeded to guide her to discern and sense more of the feelings that triggered her, and I watched as they came pouring thru her senses, and when this woman, who was so challenged, was able to re-awaken the same sense as when her brother would sexually abuse her, felt an overwhelming release of energy in her adductor muscles and instantly felt them loosening.  I reminded her that even though, that in this situation, she had not been sexually manipulated by her student, she still had been triggered by the tone of the students voice and that awoke the conflict recorded in her psyche/soul.  I was then able to help her to release the conflict so that her body could begin to heal itself, as well as to make her understand that this conflict was not psychological whatsoever.  She was able to understand that it was her ability to sense the conflict with her brother that helped her to release the trauma.  In each session, thereafter. she was able to release more conflict and which would release more pain and stiffness, and then she began to notice that she felt peaceful.  Needless to say the pain and stiffness subsided and she could now get back into those Yoga poses.  She was also able to release the sense of someone being out to get her, and this had now been replaced with great anticipation of joy and hope, She really wanted me to know that she thought that the work we did together was magnificent.
 
 
    In conclusion, I really want to impress upon my readers, that even though we have been taught to believe that diet, exercise etc. can heal everything, while eating well and exercise is good for our bodies it simply is not capable and cannot release trauma stored in our psyche/soul, however once this conflict or trauma is resolved our bodies will begin to heal themselves.  This patient clearly demonstrates that after our work together, she was then able to heal from these debilitating circumstances in her life, and was very happy to be able to bend over with out any more pain, and she was able to truly feel freedom for the first time in her entire life, by being aware and sensing the triggers, that previously had kept her from having a happy, healthy life, and she now had the confidence, and the tools to release things on her own, and that was the greatest freedom of all for her.   Well, she said, "you go way beyond the old expression of feeding a man a fish for a day, or you can teach him to fish for a lifetime". Thank You.
 

Varicose Veins and Leg Pain

 

 
 
As I was preparing to write this article, and while looking thru my notes and files, I came across the case of a male patient, who I have the utmost respect for and wanted to share his story,  as it relates to German New Medicine and the healing that took place for him. This man is such an honorable, loving and giving person.  His generosity knew no boundaries, for example, he would randomly buy his friends plane tickets to faraway places etc.  He owned a restaurant and was a dedicated, hard working business man. who would go the extra mile to provide for his customers with much more than they expected.  He did most of the work himself, which entailed paperwork, heaving lifting etc. and he would even walk around the restaurant and pour coffee for his customers.  
Unfortunately, for many years, he had been challenged with caring for his daughter who had mental and emotional problems, and like most loving Fathers blamed himself for her problems.  
It had been at least 10  years or more since I last saw him in Europe, we were able to exchange phone numbers and I gave him a call,  he was glad to hear from me and we made a date to have lunch.  He was wondering when and if I was ever coming back to Europe.  I explained that since 2007 I was exclusively living in the Pacific Rim Region.
The reason he came to me as a patient was because he was suffering with extremely painful and debilitating varicose veins.  I asked how he was doing, he responded that because of the work we did together, he was now doing very well and his leg had been healed.  He explained that he still took supplements once in awhile, and was keeping a vigilant eye on any triggers that might come up relating to the challenges with his daughter.  I told him, even though it had been a long time since I had worked on him, I wanted to write about his case because he was a great example of a patient, that was willing to follow thru with the homework and was open to a new paradigm using German New Medicine. When we worked together he was able to answer some questions relating to all the hard work and stress he would go through at his restaurant,  as well as caring for his troubled daughter.  He remembered that I challenged him when I explained why the trouble he was having with his varicose veins, and the fact that it was in his right leg and not both.  I was able to explain that his right leg was related to his daughter and that he was born a left-hander even though he writes with his right hand.  He was beginning to understand that the veins in his right leg was engorged with blood and would intermittently flare up when he would get stressed with his daughters situation.  I needed him to be aware that in no way was this a Psychological problem.  I wanted him to understand that the traditional psychological methods, where the patient tries to figure out why he or she is experiencing a particular symptom, is not what this is.  He was very open to understanding that the healing of his veins, was going to come from resolving the conflict stored in his psyche/soul from trauma he had been thru, and using German New Medicine, would help him to resolve this conflict and allow his body to begin to heal itself.  Looking even deeper into his situation, it was apparent that many of the problems he was having in his life was related to his ex-wife who was mentally and emotionally abusive and had terribly mistreated their daughter and he was beginning to uncover the pain and misery she had caused, not only to his daughter but himself as well.  He had an overwhelming feeling that he could never break free from her, and because of that situation he would experience chronic relapses, and severe inflammation in the veins, because he felt hopeless with no signs of seeing light at the end of tunnel, his veins became inflamed and engorged. This challenging cycle continued through the years. 
I explained to him that he needed to find the common denominator, whenever he would sense that his daughter was in trouble.  He described how one time when his daughters ex boyfriend came to visit her, how he became startled when the ex boyfriend showed signs of a bad boy attitude, he raised his voice in a similar manner as his ex wife, and he was triggered because this reminded him of how she would raise her voice as well as yell and scream when she mistreated their daughter and when he heard this young man raise his voice with a similar tone, he became triggered, he felt that horrible feeling because it brought up the unexpected traumatic moments when his ex-wife would beat their daughter.  Once he was made aware of these triggers he was better able to relate to this situation and as a result, he felt more relaxed and assured with a sense of peace that enveloped his whole body.  He felt for the first time that he was truly healing.  
In conclusion, each time he was able to sense the triggers that would bring him closer to the truth, and that this situation was not his fault and the fact that he knew that he was being the best father he could ever be.  His daughter still has problems, however she is doing better as well.  He remarked to me that he realized he didn't have to be dragged down by her troubles any longer.   He accepted the fact that what he went through enabled him to have  a better relationship with his daughter and I was also able to point out to him, that all traumatic shock or events that one experiences in a lifetime has been recorded and stored in our psyche/soul, and when those traumatic events or conflicts are resolved the body will heal on it's own!
 

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