Being One's Own Primary
define disease in two ways:
* First, disease
is a state of separation from one’s nature.
* Second, disease
is a state of evolution in reverse.
Since no one else can know one’s nature —nor the degrees of
separation from it—one can have only one authentic
Diseases do not descend from mountains nor do they emerge
from oceans. This leaves us with four sources of illness:
genes, foods, environments, and thoughts. Since no gene
therapies are available for reversing any diseases, it
follows that there are only three primary causes of
Toxicities of foods,
* Toxicities of environments, and
* Toxicities of thoughts.
Since no one can save another from the above trio of
toxicities long term, it follows that no one can be an
authentic primary physician for someone else. In acute
illness, one cannot be one’s primary physician; in chronic
illness, one must serve that role. It is simplistic to
imagine that some doctor can take responsibility for one’s
toxic choices in the kitchen, avoidance of environmental
toxicities, or mending one’s unique complement of toxic
thoughts. This is a pragmatic view of an integrative
physician, not a delusional plausibility of an ideologue.
Being One's Own primary
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