Thursday, June 10, 2010

Health Restoration Project - Proposal to Bloggosphere

What is the interest in developing a Health
Restoration Project based on natural health principles?

We would utilize alternative health methods such as healthy foods (why use a medicine if healing can be accomplished with certain foods or food preparations?), healthy thinking (if thoughts make you sick, change the thoughts.), healthy activity and exercise (of course you feel sick, if you just sit and lay around).

To enable the above suggested healthy eating, thinking and activity in individuals that have some inability to do the best eating, thinking and activities because these normal functions are already compromised, we would suggest some natural interventions and solutions including (but not limited to):

Homeopathic repertory, by J.T. Kent.Homeopathic Remedies applicable to each type of condition,
Emotional Therapies and Interventions with emphasis on natural means,
Spiritual and Positive Visualizations,
Occupational Therapies,
Environmental Interventions (illumination, vibration, temperature),
Acupuncture and Oriental Healing,
Energy Healing and Holograms (incorporating homeopathic and acupuncture codes),
Brain Synchronization.

It is my theory that we all have some health problems; and and we could benefit from making a comprehensive list of our individual problems and attempt to quantify the problems and prioritize the need for repairs. How can you expect to get any resolution to these health problems, if you don't have a fairly good listing of the problems? Let's call these health problems by the term: Failure Modes.

Bizarre as some of our failure modes are, there are others out there with the same or similar failure modes.
We can catalog and categorize many of these failure modes and suggest some natural boiler plate solutions that would be far more effective and less dangerous than conventional drug treatments or risky invasive procedures.

There are reasonably good and cost-effective answers that have been discovered by me and, I am sure, many others out there. Maybe we can make sort of a community Health Restoration Project - open to all for the benefit of all. If ever a community was needed, this is surly needed and the timing is right when nations are having trouble finding the financial resources to care for their populations and so many in the world are suffering.

My background is that I am an electrical engineer, BSEE, and for 30 years I have studied and applied natural healing principles and homeopathic therapy to myself and my family and friends with great success. Yes, a great many years ago I initially tried the doctor's drugs back then and it almost killed me.

Now, I may get a doctor's diagnosis occasionally, but I will usually determine my own homeopathic treatment and consult other natural healers, as needed. My concept of knowing my individual Failure Modes and knowing what works for each of my Failure Modes, this has served me well.

Chuck Solomon

Wikipedia info:


1857 painting by Alexander Beydeman showing historical figures and personifications of homeopathy observing the perceived brutality of medicine of the 19th century

Historical context

In the 16th century the pioneer of chemical medicine Paracelsus declared that small doses of “what makes a man ill also cures him", anticipating homeopathy,[166] but it was Hahnemann who gave it a name and laid out its principles in the late 18th century. At that time, mainstream medicine employed such measures as bloodletting and purging, used laxatives and enemas, and administered complex mixtures, such as Venice treacle, which was made from 64 substances including opium, myrrh, and viper's flesh.[167][168] Such measures often worsened symptoms and sometimes proved fatal.[169][170] While the virtues of these treatments had been extolled for centuries,[171] Hahnemann rejected such methods as irrational and inadvisable.[172] Instead, he favored the use of single drugs at lower doses and promoted an immaterial, vitalistic view of how living organisms function, believing that diseases have spiritual, as well as physical causes.[35][173] (At the time, vitalism was part of mainstream science. In the 20th century, however, medicine discarded vitalism, with the development of microbiology, the germ theory of disease,[174] and advances in chemistry.[175][176]) Hahnemann also advocated various lifestyle improvements to his patients, including exercise, diet, and cleanliness.[172][177]


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