In GNM, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease are what Dr. Hamer refers to as cancer equivalents or cancer equivalent disorders, in other words – a disorder reflecting functional changes. Blood sugar and sensory changes fall into this category as well.
Both disorders, although deemed incurable through a conventional lens have a much more optimistic prognosis through a GNM lens – and here’s why…
Both MS and Parkinson’s revolve around a motor conflict (dhs) – a biological conflict all about feeling stuck, unable to escape or flee. Movement (literal or symbolic) that is prevented or blocked. The specific muscles that are affected will reflect the particulars of that individuals unique conflict experience.
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