Biodecoding is a discipline that focuses on understanding the emotional origin of diseases and proposes that our physical condition is intrinsically linked to our emotional and psychological state. This approach, although controversial, offers a new perspective for understanding and addressing chronic and “incurable” diseases.
Chronic Diseases According to Biodecoding — Emotional Conflicts
According to the late expert Louise L. Hay, chronic diseases can arise from a rejection of change, fear of the future and a sense of insecurity. Thus, to face them, she proposes to adopt a new mental model based on a willingness to change and grow, creating a secure future full of possibilities.
As for diseases that are labeled “incurable”, she maintains that their cure cannot be achieved by external means. Instead, it is necessary to search within oneself, dissolve the mental and emotional patterns that contributed to its creation and accept the possibility of divine healing.
The key, according to Louise L. Hay lies in inner transformation and the belief in everyday miracles.
Challenging the concept of chronic diseases: how to influence our well-being
The stressful environments that surround us can directly affect our bodies, consciously or unconsciously. It is essential to reduce this stress through a change in consciousness. As Dr. David R. Hawkins states, our body has the valuable capacity for communication and shared awareness. He speaks to us without words, expressing feelings and emotions that we often ignore or minimize.
The relationship between our emotional state and the onset of diseases is a crucial factor in biodecoding. Our behaviors, caused by an emotional conflict that we have not been able to resolve, can lead to physical illnesses.
This approach invites us to challenge the concept of “chronic” diseases.
It encourages us to question its permanence and to believe in our capacity to change what happens in our body, mind and emotions. Without neglecting traditional medical support and medications, biodecoding urges us to take charge of our health, considering the influence of our emotions and our family history.
Overcoming chronic diseases through emotional resolution: the biodecoding approach
According to this approach, chronic diseases originate from emotional conflicts that have been programmed over time, either through our family history (transgenerational) or our early life experiences (meaning project).
However, the diagnosis of chronic diseases does not necessarily involve conviction. The analysis of repetitive emotional conflicts and unresolved emotions can be a gateway to resolution.
This process, known as vagotonia, is the phase of resolving an emotional conflict. If we find dynamic elements that reprogram us to get sick again, we can interrupt this cycle and move towards healing.
Biodecoding states that if we are experiencing conflicts that affect our kidneys and are related to problems of territory or economic liquidity, we will not be able to solve a chronic conflict. We must be attentive to these indicators in order to move towards healing.
This approach shows us that chronic diseases are nothing more than unresolved and repetitive emotions. It gives us a new way of understanding our health and empowers us to take proactive and conscious measures on our path to recovery.
Finally, it is worth remembering that biodecoding does not seek to replace conventional medicine but to complement it. It offers a set of tools and a new perspective that can help us navigate the path to health and well-being.
Thus, instead of resigning ourselves to living with our diseases, we can learn to decode and transform them.