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Module 3

week 6

In this module, I introduce META-Health. This healing paradigm states that your symptoms are a natural reaction of your body to its emotions, stress, trauma, environment. It's a complete bio-psycho-social model. 

Finally, we get answers as to why the human body behaves the way it does. Apparently, nothing is random, out of control or meaningless.

I do understand that this is contrary to our current beliefs and I don't always feel like everything's perfect in my body. 

However, as I work deeply and energetically in sessions, see the way people behave and their symptoms react as a result of the information and new learning they get, I find META-Health to be really powerful and way MORE PRECISE in targeting the symptoms.

The diagram below that shows how the body goes through a stress phase and then a regeneration phase. 

Stress phase means that the organ tissue, such as bones, muscle, skin, etc... is itself in a state of stress, such as you're feeling affected (triggered off) by something. It could be something someone says to you, something you saw that caused trauma, etc....

Regeneration phase means that that organ tissue is going through healing itself, as you have resolved something, like you are no longer worried about the fight, you have forgiven someone, etc... At this phase, you can expect to see many symptoms showing up.

You can have this cycle during the day and longer periods, like weeks, months or years. They can vary in intensity and lengths, but for all intents and purposes of this course, just bear in mind that that's what's happening in your body and there's nothing to fear.

This is an example of a part of the musculoskeletal system (below). This one is split into 3 organ tissues, one being "Bones". The writing in black like, "self-devaluation, stability, strength", etc... are called "conflict themes". These are what the body experiences as a conflict (doesn't like what's happened) and reacts to adjust to the situation or changes in emotions, feelings, etc...

All the writing in pink like, "bone / function loss, osteolysis", osteoporosis in all the charts are stress phase symptoms. The blue writing like, "recalification, pain", etc... are regeneration phase symptoms. 

So, whilst your body is in stress, such as still feeling not good enough (self-devalued), it will have the symptoms in stress phase until a resolution is found and then it goes into regeneration phase. It can do this until a final resolution is found and then the body no longer creates that pattern. This can be done using energy healing methods, like EFT, journaling, etc...

The chart here is an example of a part of the sensory system. It is split into 7 organ tissues, one being "Skin-Epidermis". So here, when the person goes into a feeling of "loss of touch", their skin-epidermis will go into stress for that location and experience "numb, dry, rough, flaky" in that region being affected, so won't feel so bad. Once a resolution is found, then the skin-epidermis goes into regeneration and that's when the uncomfortable sensations are experienced.

This chart is an example of the digestive system. It is divided into 6 organ tissues, one being, "stomach mucosa".

So here, whilst the person is in stress phase, they will experience pain, ulcer, colic. It would be when they're feeling some sort of territorial anger or where their identity is being compromised. It's after having resolved this conflict that they get things like gastritis and / or bleeding. If they were getting digestive and bowel issues with bloating, diarrhea, then their intestine mucosa would be the organ tissue being that's being affected. Here, they would be in some conflict about not being able to digest a chunk. For example, some project given to them that was too big or something someone said too big for them to handle.

So, as you can see, depending on the organ tissue in question, different symptoms will be experienced in stress and regeneration phases. What specific organ tissue gets affected is from what the person's beliefs and values are.

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