“Future therapies will entail very little medication but will require the patient’s understanding of the root cause of his conflict and disease… The patient is thus the ‘boss’ in the treatment… The relationship between patient and physician will be completely re-thought and re-defined… Whoever wants to work this way should first and foremost be a wise and decent person, kind-hearted and possessing outstanding general knowledge."
– Hamer, Summary of the New Medicine, p. 15
“The universities do not teach all things, so a doctor must seek out old wives, gypsies, sorcerers, wandering tribes, old robbers, and such outlaws and take lessons from them. A doctor must be a traveler. Knowledge is experience.”
– Paracelsus (1493?-1541)
“This is what I see.
That God is Life. And Life is like a rushing River that flows through eternity. We are in that River, whether we are in the body or not in the body. It makes no difference to the Life of the River. As we are in It, It flows through us. As long as we allow It to flow, we enjoy the many benefits and wonderful effects of the Presence of Life. It is the energy and strength of our very existence. Sometimes, however, through ignorance or willfulness, we “choke off” the flow of the Life. It is still flowing around us. We are still in It. But we are unable to perceive Its Presence or to feel the wonders of all Its attributes and Goodness.
When we “choke it,” we feel instead, suffering. It may take the form of physical suffering, but it may, just as well, take the form of any disturbance in life. A happy heart is a happy immune system. Eyes that focus on the beauty of Life will surely see only the goodness of Life. That then will be their inheritance. But if we look through the eyes of hate, jealousy, judgement – even self-hate, or self-condemnation, we will find the ugliness and darkness that we feel in our own heart. This will make us suffer. This literally blocks the flow of Life-energy, causing a “choking down” of the flow, and a choking down of Life experiences.”
– Michele Longo O’Donnell,
Of Monkeys & Dragons: Freedom from the Tyranny of Disease, p. 76.