A most heartfelt welcome! On this page you will find an introductory video series on the New Medicine’s 5 Natural Laws of Biology (5BN). In roughly an hour, you can obtain an initial objective overview of this new perspective, on changes in an organism (diseases of all kinds, functional changes, etc) in response to shock. The series also deals with the problems associated with the discovery of these laws, which to date, have hampered their promulgation.
What is special about this discovery, is that each individual will be able to make an initial assessment after this short video series, by comparing the 5 laws to personal past events to see if they ring true. By delving deeper, each law can actually be reviewed individually, so that your examination can elevate your understanding from mere belief to knowledge. Enjoy the beginning of this exciting journey of discovery!
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This introduction presents a case why it may make sense to consider a whole new perspective on disease and health.
This section chronicles the discovery of New Medicine and enumerates problems and hurdles in its historical development.
In this part, we examine a radically different view of disease, which is summarized in the 5th Biological Law of Nature and forms the foundation of the New Medicine.
In this part, we show how a meaningful biological special program starts in response to a situation perceived as a biological conflict, a process which is specified in the 1st biological natural law. The conflict content as well as the synchronicity of the 3 levels are also examined.
Here we show how a Meaningful Biological Special Program unfolds and how this knowledge can prove beneficial.
This section identifies the 3 basic tissue types and associates each with a specific SBS.
In this last part of the theory, you will be presented with ways in which you can personally test the 5 biological laws. Contrast this to previous medical modalities, which afford the patient no such possibility.