Role of Traditional Medicine in Human Society
The division of medicine into traditional/conventional and alternative/complementary did not happen by accident. Humanity as a whole needed to experience both before it would be ready for a system of medicine whose purpose would be of a higher nature than what is currently available. The new medicine, although so different from conventional and alternative models, is being born from both.
In addition to the Lemurian and Atlantean approaches to healing, it is clear that ‘nature’s medicine’ has been the most influential in recorded history. No one created this form of medicine; it was simply there to be recognized or discovered by those who had direct access to the language of nature called Veda, which means knowledge or science. The first written records of nature medicine appeared about 6,000 years ago. They were channeled messages written by Vedic sages in direct response to the first cases of illness on the planet. This system, which kept disease and suffering at bay for hundreds of years, became known as Ayurveda, or the ‘Science of Life’.
Although Ayurveda only survived the test of time in India and some areas of Brazil and China, it remains a universal form of medicine. Today it is revived from its original form. It stands in stark contrast to the Western approach to modern medicine in that it seeks to address the underlying imbalance responsible for the symptoms of disease rather than trying to alleviate or eliminate the effects of the imbalance.
Outwit the violation of the laws of nature
Before Ayurveda became a textbook healing science, people knew how to live in harmony with the laws of nature. As a result, illness, pain, and poverty were not a part of life. But as time went on, we began to replace some of the laws of nature with our own laws; in other words, we violate natural law. To try to address the consequences of this transgression of natural life, a system of healing (Ayurveda) was developed to treat the physical and mental effects resulting from deviations from natural law. It was necessary to employ a new set of natural laws to undo the damage caused by the violation of the original laws of nature. When you dam a stream and it flows over its banks, the flooding caused by this action requires a different approach than simply letting the stream flow on its own course. We needed to employ new laws and knowledge LGD-4033 SARMs
to help us deal with the damage once it was done. The first violations of the laws of nature on Earth created the need for a natural system of healing, one that would give us access to those secondary laws that would reduce the damage caused by the violation of the primary laws. This system would show us how to release the obstruction that prevents the flow of the current in its natural direction. Without anyone violating the primary laws of nature, such healing systems would be unnecessary.
Hippocrates was perhaps the most enlightened father of natural medicine in the most recent history of our species. He understood that the need to heal (apply secondary laws) was the result of losing alignment with inner wisdom and intuition. The more humans distanced themselves from their own inner wisdom and the rules of the natural world, the harsher the corrective measures that the force of nature needed to take. Then, deadly diseases like the plague began to decimate the population, creating a need for a new kind of medicine, one that would combat disease-causing germs and stop each new death before it became an epidemic. This approach is what is known as the conventional system of modern medicine. Of course, this was all part of the master plan: to throw much of humanity to the other end of the duality spectrum for the purpose of further learning and growth in consciousness.