Psychosomatic Aspects of Illness and the Body-Mind
If the subconscious does not rebuff
what feels harmful to it, it becomes a victim, and this is, in
fact, how many people feel today: they are victims of circumstances
that are hurtful, dangerous, and/or life-threatening.
Temperaments: Fire, Earth, Air, and Water
Based, I believe, mainly on the Moon
at birth, I have found that each person has a tendency to prefer
a particular element and to suffer from the excitement or depression
of that element. In most cases, it feels good when one's favorite
element is active; and it feels bad when that element is unsupported
and Mars: the Pacifist and the Warrior
Peace lovers have slower metabolisms
and more energy in the "life preserving"
systems of the body whereas warriors have faster metabolisms and
more energy in the "living" or life using systems of
Removing the Obstacles to Cure
According to Hawaiian medicine, the
obstacles to cure must removed before a patient can get well. The
obstacle may be a feeling that one does not deserve to be cured
or some more objective physical issue such as a risk factor in
the home. Guilt and the inability to forgive oneself are the most
common causes of failure to heal.
of Morrnah Simeona, Kahuna
The late Morrnah Simeona used to
draw a pyramid and say that the aumakua was the tip of the pyramid,
the part that is connected to every other aumakua. The middle part,
uhane, is the conscious self but she always drew it so it was relatively
small in comparison to the unihipili which is not just the subconscious
but the battery operating the pyramidal structure of our psyche.
They all have to work together and in harmony. She made it really
clear that without the cooperation of the unihipili, things go "wrong."
as Sin Versus The Germ Theory
Had Bechamp won the debate with Pasteur,
we would have learned that those who are healthy and have good
immune systems and adequate immune responses do not get sick even
if exposed to pathogens. Doctors would have been trained to support
healthy bodies rather than to look for microscopic causes of diseases,
and they would have developed wholesome medicines instead of pusses
and poisons to treat illness.