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physiology is what makes us related to the whole animal world. Reminds us that 99 percent are animal organisms. That is, simply put: when functioning, we obey the laws of physiology.
What is our life (in terms of physiology)? In this case, not a game, of course. Life is a form of existence of protein matter. And this form of existence has its own laws and patterns. And if these laws are grossly violated, then the form of existence becomes inconvenient for existence.
Physiology (TSB) - the science of the life of organisms, their individual systems, organs and tissues and the regulation of physiological functions.
F.'s progress is inextricably linked with the success of research methods. “... Science moves in jerks, depending on the successes made by the methodology. With each step of the methodology, we advance, as it were, a step higher ... ”(IP Pavlov, Complete collection op., Vol. 2, pr. 2, 1951, p. 22). The study of the functions of a living organism is based both on physiological methods proper, and on the methods of physics, chemistry, mathematics, cybernetics, and other sciences. Such an integrated approach allows us to study physiological processes at various levels, including label and molecular. The main methods of understanding the nature of physiological processes, the patterns of work of living organisms are observation and experiment conducted on different animals and in various forms.
Physiology is a good and necessary science. But as in any science, physiology has its own mental traps. We are interested in two types of traps: the first is to confuse cause and effect, the second is to build the system on assumptions. I will explain in more detail:
We confuse the cause and effect: this is familiar to everyone who has experienced all the troubles of skin diseases. Here are some unappetizing examples: a fungus on the toes, on the sole, mycoses in the groin. The doctor takes an analysis and concludes that you have become infected with a fungus, and the ointment prescribes and antifungal medications. Everything seems to be logical, right? Found the pathogen - prescribed a medicine. However, the fungus is one of the mysterious diseases that can not be cured.
Everyone believes that the fungus on the legs is an infection or dirt. In fact, these are problems of various organs.
Here are the disorders in the liver and the consequences: “Secondary energy disorders and diseases that occur along the meridian of the liver:
- eczema and mycoses of the 1st and 2nd toes,
- ulcers on the inner surface of the lower leg,
- inguinal mycoses and eczema,
- violation of potency,
... "
See the word MYCOSES? This is a fungal disease - and the doctor will smear us with ointments from mycosis in the groin and on the fingers and prescribe the vitamin for the skin. And burn ulcers on the lower leg. But what really happened? And here is what.
The condition of pure flow is movement in the entire thickness of the flow. As soon as a stagnant place comes across, conditions immediately arise for the formation of a swamp. This you yourself observed: stagnant water to wander and rot begins. And so, stagnation formed in our meridian (energy channel), and conditions for an energy swamp immediately arose. In such stagnant places, nutrition and disposal of the waste products of the skin and other tissues weaken, and a nutrient medium for the development of diseases appears. That is, the skin in these places becomes "loose" and fungi whose spores are scattered in the air, getting on such a "bed", immediately begin to grow and bloom. In those places where the energy is not disturbed, there are no such conditions for the fungus, and you can pour spores with a large spoon into a person’s shoes - but if his liver meridian is not weakened, then he will not be able to grow his own fungus between the 1st and 2nd toes, as if he didn’t want to.
The conclusion suggests itself: if the fungus appeared at the indicated places - immediately we start to work on the liver, if it appeared between the 4th and 5th fingers - then the gall bladder - we restore energy (whether it’s irrelevant with a diet, acupuncture, enchantment or Magic) , and our fungus withers and disappears.
The space between the fingers corresponds to a particular meridian, and therefore we can accurately determine where in our body there are violations. Having corrected them, having adjusted the energy balance, we will eliminate the soil for skin and other troubles.
And to correct violations - this means to bring the metabolism in the body to normal. What we will do in the framework of our program.
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