Modern Medicine is in a state of crisis largely due to the failure of highly profitable miracle drugs which had replaced the time-tested inner healing powers of individuals. In his latest article, The Perfect Health Plan: Proven, Safe, Effective, and Inexpensive, research scientist Robert L. Peck reports that over 100,000 deaths occur per year from these FDA approved, properly prescribed, and properly administered miracle drugs. He explains how the solution to this current medical crisis is to: 1) embrace health as any state of optimal functioning, well being, or progress, 2) publicize the power of the physician's bedside manner as a controlled placebo effect now known to cure without deadly side effects and 3) publicize the ancient suppressed methods of increasing the body's inner higher energies necessary for attaining total health.
Lebanon, CT (PRWEB) July 27, 2009 -- The most ignored medical crisis today, the rising deaths resulting from FDA approved drugs, should force a review of the time-tested and safe health plan. In his article, The Perfect Health Plan: Proven, Safe, Effective, and Inexpensive, now posted on ControllingYourHormones.com, research scientist Robert L. Peck reports the need to understand and apply: 1) the metaphysical power of a physician's bedside manner and 2) the existence of the self-controllable inner healing energy of the human body. Both are necessitated by the rising deaths from properly prescribed and administered miracle drugs.
Known for his work in converting common heat into electrical power, Peck compares his discoveries in energy conversion with the human body's ability to convert the heat from food into higher forms of energy that are able to vitalize the body and optimize health. Modern Medicine's introduction in the late 1940's to early 1950's began a new era in healing based upon the usage of a specific drug which could directly counter a specific illness, and consequently the inner healing energies of the body were no longer of great concern since the drug was designed for a particular function and carried its own curative powers. Only in the last few years have the detrimental effects of overriding the natural body functions been disclosed by the AMA with over 100,000 annual deaths of people who correctly used these potent drugs. The question of safe and effective drugs comes to the forefront with the possibility that with the added unknown numbers of those disabled, the total may exceed those being cured.
Peck's article reports that "it was the connection of modern science with an ancient method of increasing the healing energy (that Peck proved to work with a measureable increase in energy and health in experimental subjects) which led Peck into reporting the scientifically valid truths that the body can heal itself using universal ancient methods without dangerous side effects." Ironically, when the ancients were discovered to have used allegorical gods to describe the inner power centers, science dismissed the ancient view as pagan and superstitious and consequently, the ancient models were suppressed and nearly lost in history.
The Perfect Health Plan describes how the ancients developed a science to heal built upon increasing the natural inner healing forces by deliberately increasing inner stimulating nectars known by many names and known today as hormones. Peck reports how the early science, like endocrinology today, described the body as containing separate intelligent and controlling centers which communicated together and were subject to an individual's mind. Similarly, he notes how endocrinology identifies the powers and their controlling centers in anthropomorphic terms like the ancients did, such as describing oxytocin as the "cuddling hormone" or epinephrine as the "fight or flight hormone."
"The Perfect Health Plan: Proven, Safe, Effective, and Inexpensive details the urgency of adopting the proven ancient models of healing, reinstating the validity of the power of the physician's bedside manner, and confirming the existence of a safe and effective healing force subject to an individual's stimulation and control."
The author, Robert L. Peck was trained and served as a pharmacist in the medical department of the U.S. Army. He later majored in physics and published papers in metrology at the old National Bureau Standards. Later he formed several research companies around his patents in the field of energy conversion and the development of synthetic membranes with natural selective characteristics. His interest in energy conversion led him to study and uncover ancient views of the energy exchanges within the human body about which he wrote several technical books.
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