Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Through Biodecoding

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Through Biodecoding,

From the viewpoint of Biodecoding, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, also known as SLE, is interpreted differently than in traditional medicine, where it is defined as a chronic autoimmune and inflammatory disorder that can affect various parts of the body like the skin, joints, and kidneys.

Interpretation and Emotional Origins of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in Biodecoding

It is understood that SLE arises as a result of the physical manifestation of internal emotional conflicts. According to this discipline, specifically in Germanic New Medicine, it is identified that SLE is triggered by a combination of at least three simultaneous emotional conflicts.

One of these conflicts is personal devaluation, which directly impacts bones and joints. The specific nature of the individual’s devaluation feeling determines the pain and inflammation in these areas, symptoms characteristic of SLE.

Another relevant conflict is uprooting or feeling completely alone and abandoned, which has a direct effect on the kidneys, leading to issues like fluid retention and swelling, known medically as lupus nephritis, especially when it occurs alongside other conflicts that culminate in lupus.

This feeling of abandonment can even progress to renal failure if it repeats or persists over time.

The third central conflict is separation, which primarily affects the skin, particularly the epidermis. The main signs and symptoms of this conflict manifest during the healing phase, which includes swelling or edematization of the epidermis. This issue can be further aggravated if combined with the uprooting conflict, increasing inflammations and the typical skin eruptions of Systemic Lupus.

Impact of Hamer’s Focus Points on the Cyclic Behavior of SLE

Not all conflicts are active simultaneously; some may be temporarily resolved, which explains why SLE can experience periods of remission. It is important to note that the activity and resolution of these conflicts are cyclical and can reactivate, influencing the evolution and symptoms of the patient.

Furthermore, the influence of Hamer’s focus points, particularly in complications of the central nervous system, which may be related to edematization in the healing phase. In severe cases, especially when coinciding with active conflicts such as uprooting, serious complications can arise, such as epileptoid crises due to excessive edematization.

Hamer’s Focus Points are a central concept in Germanic New Medicine, developed by German physician Ryke Geerd Hamer, and are specific areas in the brain that, according to Hamer, are activated in response to an acute, unexpected, and emotionally charged “biological conflict” a person experiences.

Hamer proposed that these biological conflicts are fundamental triggers of diseases, including cancers, autoimmune diseases, and other physical disorders.

Main Characteristics of Hamer’s Focus Points

Origin of the Conflict

Each focus in the brain corresponds to a specific conflict and a specific organ in the body. For instance, a loss conflict may be associated with a focus in part of the brain that affects organs related to renal function.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

According to Hamer, these focuses can be visualized as concentric rings on a brain MRI when the conflict is active. These formations are known as “bullet holes” and are considered indicative of the presence and location of a biological conflict.

Stages of Conflict

The theory suggests that a disease progresses through two phases:

  1. Active conflict phase: the person is actively dealing with the conflict. Physical symptoms at this stage may be less noticeable or manifest as heightened stress and anxiety.
  2. Resolution phase: once the conflict is resolved, the body enters a healing process, and this is where more evident symptoms of the disease, such as inflammation or pain, may appear, which Hamer interprets as signs that the body is healing.

Implications for Treatment

Treatment focuses on identifying and resolving these biological conflicts to allow the body to naturally enter the healing phase.

Germanic New Medicine and the concepts of Hamer’s Focus Points are considered highly controversial and are not recognized by conventional medicine.

Hamer’s claims are not based on accepted scientific evidence and have been criticized by the medical and scientific community for lacking clinical validation.

Neuropsychiatric Manifestations and Immune Response in SLE from the NMG Perspective

The neuropsychiatric manifestations of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus are another crucial aspect. These symptoms can include alterations that are mistakenly interpreted as psychological or psychiatric, such as mood fluctuations that occur during vagotonia—a phase of increased parasympathetic activity.

Finally, from this perspective, alterations in the immune system are not the root cause of SLE, but rather a manifestation of underlying emotional conflicts and the ‘brain order’ that directs these physical responses. This approach suggests that understanding and resolving these emotional conflicts is key to treating the symptoms and progression of SLE.

The concept of Drug-Induced Lupus Erythematosus is relevant when examining how certain treatments can trigger symptoms similar to those of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), albeit with a different cause.

Key Differences Between Drug-Induced Lupus and Biological SLE

In these cases, symptoms are attributed to a hypersensitivity reaction caused by medication. When the triggering drug is discontinued, symptoms tend to disappear, demonstrating a direct cause-and-effect relationship between the medication and the body’s reaction.

In contrast, in Lupus Erythematosus, the underlying cause is not limited to an external agent like a drug but is related to a series of biological conflicts and brain orders linked to Hamer’s Focus Points.

For this reason, discontinuing medication does not resolve the underlying disease, as the underlying conflicts and their effects on the psyche, brain, and organs remain active. The definitive disappearance of SLE symptoms, according to the perspective of Germanic New Medicine, is only achieved by fully resolving these biological conflicts.