Living consciously

Conscious living

Throughout these 24 years that I have worked with Dr. Hamer‘s findings I have made many observations as to what happens to us when we have a conflict-shock or DHS as we call it in the GNM. This article is about conscious living.

Early on as a consultant I found that most people were looking for solutions to issues they had since their childhood or teen years and kept on making bad choices throughout their life. As a result they literally set themselves up for yet another DHS, thus adding to the existing tracks each time. When I asked Dr. Hamer about this he simply said “they are looking for closure to the conflict-shock“.

Each time an old conflict is reopened, more tracks are added

However each time the old conflict is reopened, more tracks are added and this makes the entire process more complex. My approach is to visit the last “scene of the crime” first and then work backwards looking for those insidious tracks that prevent us from fully recovering.

Don’t get me wrong, this is not psychotherapy. We are simply going into the person’s history to find the related moments in time when another track or two, or possibly 3 were added to the “pot”.

It is detective work in every sense of the word because as we go along, we piece together how interrelated those specific life’s situations are and have caused the chronic condition we are dealing with.

Initially when we find the related conflicts, we may feel quite well and are free of symptoms, however, when we have exposure to one of the tracks, unless we can understand it at that moment, our symptoms can return.

Of course, this is when people that don’t understand this process whether they are a sufferer or therapist, throw in the towel and say “well this method doesn’t work”. This is precisely when we need to continue to identify those tracks otherwise they will control our physical wellbeing.

In situations where tracks seem to rule, we need to become aware to such an extent that we actually practice conscious living. The problem is that the majority of us are literally operating in trance like state because we are all “preoccupied” with trying to find a solution to one thing or another.

No one is conflict free and it is the conflict activity that is keeping us in a trance.

As long as we remain in a trance, we are incapable of making different decisions for ourselves and it is only through unearthing the related DHS that we are able to snap out of it.

There are varying degrees of being in this state of mind. The most acute trance is induced when someone has a life threatening diagnosis such as a cancer. Unfortunately, unless we have knowledge of Dr. Hamer’s research, we go into a state of mind that I see as equivalent to a voodoo spell!

From that moment on, they are in “survival mode” and their entire life revolves around not dying.

This is when the GNM consultant needs to snap them out of the trance because it will impair their chances of recovering. In my previous blog I spoke about surrender, and this is precisely the time we need to practice it.

The power of suggestion

I became aware of this process when I witnessed a cancer patient decline literally the moment their doctor said they would decline even though they were doing very well and everything was stable. Of course the reason this happens is because of the “power of suggestion” if you buy into the prognosis.

The brain is an amazing thing and it has the ability to calculate how much time is passing. Although we may not be conscious of it, a “ticking time bomb” was set off with the declaration of life span and prognosis.

This is where we need to be careful to not buy into the trance and begin to live consciously. Living consciously is not a difficult thing to do, however it means that we must first recognize the “trance” we are in and the moment it was induced. If we are unable to manage that, the trance continuously rules our life and health.