Part 3: The Healing phase and the role of microbes
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Part 3: The Healing phase and the role of microbes
The healing phase (PCL)
When the conflict is resolved and the CA phase is completed, as we’ve seen, the initial canceration, ulceration or hypofunction stops. Then, the reverse process takes over.
If in the CA phase we had a canceration, now the brain directs the body to manifest ulceration.
If in the CA phase we had ulceration, now that ulceration is filled in by means of canceration.
If in the CA phase we had hypofunction, now we have restored function.
According to Dr. Hamer these conditions are generally self-limiting and only get out of control when additional conflict shocks occur or the body is too old or weak or through the methods of conventional medicine. By contrast, natural healing methods aim to support body and mind during this trying time. Most healing proceeds without major problems, but about 10% need the full support of an experienced therapist, especially at the time of the healing crisis.
In the healing phase, not only are organs restored, but the HH itself is restored. With the help of microbes, as we’ll talk about next, the HH expands and swells, and this is the edema that is often mistaken for a brain tumor. Certain glia cells are produced to create this healing edema.
The Healing phase uses microbes as helpers.
We’ve heard speculations that the old germ theory is flawed, and that microbes such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi may play a vital role in detoxification and tissue regeneration.
Well, the New Medicine confirms these suspicions that most microbes are not just opportunistic bad guys that cause disease. The research has clarified exactly how these microbes work for us.
Most microbes are not the cause of disease, but actually helpful “seasonal workers” and our real allies. They are the optimizers of the healing phase. They help break down and eliminate the tumor cells that are no longer needed when the canceration CA phase has completed. And by the same token, they help build new fresh tissue when an ulceration CA phase has completed.
Let’s take the example of common flu-like symptoms.
The symptoms we experience with the “flu” are actually the healing phase of the disease. What this really means is that we were previously experiencing a biological conflict, but the conflict has resolved, the active phase has passed, and now we’re in the healing phase. The healing phase is often characterized by fever and increased metabolic function and inflammations, including all the symptoms we have mistakenly identified as the disease itself!
All the sneezing, mucus, inflammations, fever, in other words, all the uncomfortable symptoms we have mistakenly called “being sick”, are just the effects of these healing-phase friends, the microbes. Dr. Hamer calls this stage the “Epileptic Crisis” (EC), a very favorable occurrence.
During the healing phase, the brain directs microbes like viruses to show up for work to restore tissue that has been compromised, and to break down and eliminate cells that were used in the CA phase and are now waste. We may feel miserable while the beneficial healing action is taking place, but we’d do best at that point to allow the process to run its course and not suppress the symptoms with antibiotics, antifungals or antivirals.
When not needed for work, the microbes retreat into a part of the organism where they are no bother and can be recalled and reactivated in the PCL phase on specific organs.
And if the microbes are in short supply, as with antibiotic treatment or too sanitary an environment, the built-up wastes accumulate and further stress the system, impeding the healing phase.
So, the person who never gets colds, flu, or other symptoms that indicate intense microbial action, may actually be in a prolonged CA phase, not a good thing!
The only other reason for being free of such symptoms is if the person is free of conflicts and things are humming along fine, but for modern folks that’s not usually the case. We go into CA phases often, and so we need these microbe allies to help us out in the PCL phase.
Here’s a little more understanding of how these microbes actually work, according to the ontogenetic system.
Each type of microbe (fungi, mycobacteria, and bacteria) has a corresponding affinity for one of the three cell layers:
The most ancient microbes are the fungi and mycobacteria, and they are employed by the old- brain stem, which controls the tissues made from the inner cell layer (endoderm).
Somewhat newer are the bacteria, and they are employed by the cerebellum and medulla of the cerebrum, which controls the tissues made from the middle cell layer (mesoderm.)
The most recent microbes are the viruses, and they are employed by the newer cerebral cortex, which controls tissues that are made out of the outer cell layer (ectoderm.)
Fungi and mycobacteria are employed in the PCL phase to break down tumor material, to remove these excess cells that were produced for the CA phase.
Viruses and some bacteria are employed in the PCL phase to produce cells to fill in ulcerations that were produced in the CA phase. This is how abscesses and cysts are formed.
Now we see the whole picture of how the PCL Healing phase has reversed the processes of the CA phase in order to counteract that process.. but in a completely ecological way.. to build up what was diminished and to break down what was overgrown, in a sense. And it uses MICROBES for this important process.
Let’s just ponder that for a moment!
Of course these are very general categories of tissue changes, and we see so many varieties of lesions and disease manifestations, discussion of which is beyond the scope of this article. Dr. Hamer’s research is quite detailed in that matter, so please refer to his book for the details of specific pathologies.
Just as one example, ectoderm tissue will form ulcerations and functional failure (e.g. motor paralysis, diabetes etc.) in the CA phase.. In the healing phase of such a disease, the restoration of tissue is supported by viruses, for example, Hepatitis A.
Now we can sum up the role of these endogenous, pleomorphic microbes:
Bacteria function as clean-up workers for certain organs and tissues, destroying the tumors associated with those tissue types, and helping to rebuild certain functions.
Viruses are simply reconstruction or construction workers. They are produced within the body to bring about swelling when needed to refill the ulcers and cellular losses of certain organs, and to reconstruct mucus membranes. Not only are they useful, but are essential to the healing phase in many cases!
All these microbes are only active during the healing phase, except for mycobacteria, which multiply during the CA phase, but break down tumors in the PCL phase.
Now we can see how misguided is the notion of stamping out the seasonal workers! These are all servants that have worked for us, not against us, for over billions of years of evolution!
It should be mentioned here that some microbes are actually pathogenic - the ones that cause typhoid, scarlet fever, cholera, etc. But these are relatively few. The vast majority are endogenous and pleomorphic.
And now we come to the most profound implication of the research, summed up in Dr. Hamer’s fifth biological law, that disease can be understood as a meaningful biological “special program” of nature to solve an extraordinary biological conflict. Instead of viewing disease as some malignant condition of an imperfect nature, we begin to see the larger context, that nature has always been perfect.
How amazing it is that we can begin to understand the diseases that have always baffled us, and reframe something dreaded as a useful, powerful strategy. Imagine the implications, if we would understand these special biological programs set in motion for our benefit, and truly support this underlying integrity.
This is just a glimpse into the world of the New Medicine, and I urge people to continue exploring the research that is now available.