Finding The Real Why - Larry Reborn

Larry Reborn is a specialist in Biodynamic Medicine at Pies y Bienestar, Calle Pintada 73, Nerja.
 
mlarryBehind every situation, there is always a Why, a cause or reason why a situation occurs. When something happens, it is natural to ask oneself “why”, especially in the face of a detrimental situation. Sometimes we laugh it off and assume it is just Murphy’s law “if something can possibly go wrong, it will, and at the worst possible moment”. 
 
Our instinct to maintain control and to survive makes us look for a reason behind every occurrence. “What happened?”. “Why did it happen to me?”  Why is it that we cannot expect public health to cure our illnesses? Doctors do not have enough time to dedicate the time needed for every patient. Why?  There is not enough money?  Not enough doctors?  What is wrong with our schools?  What is wrong with society in general? Illnesses such as Obesity, Coronary problems, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes etc are increasing. Child obesity is increasing. Depression recently has become the primary cause of absence from work.
 
There are a lot of situations where we ask ourselves why, without finding any real reason or we find causes that do not really help us.  In reality, we become experts in finding Why’s that are not real, Why’s, but just simply intelligent opinions about the factors involved. It becomes obvious that there are several classes of Why, a host of possible reasons behind something which are not the main reason or the real Why?
 
The most common Why we have is the excuse or an explanation for each situation.
Finding that type of Why, which is nothing more than an excuse, becomes such a routine action that it can be believed to be a Real Why due to the increasing ignorance surrounding the issue. To understand how that works, it is necessary to understand what a Real Why is.
A Real Why is a factor behind any type of situation that will open a door to solving the situation with minimum effort.
 
Knowing this we can see that acting upon causes in a way that requires a lot of effort are false Whys. A characteristic of a false Why is that they consume a lot of resources, and don’t solve the situation. Look at these examples:  The USA has a problem with some Muslims. Solution: Prevent everybody that looks like an Arab from entering the country. Problem: People are obese. Solution. Bypass their normal stomach flow so that the food reaches the body in less quantity. Problem: The body needs high blood pressure for some reason. Solution: Lower the blood pressure with chemical manipulation so that the person loses energy but has normal blood pressure. Problem: A person is losing memory or has an auto-immune illness. Solution: Label the illness so that we know the symptoms and give medicines although there is no real cure.
 
We do this all day long in our own lives. “I am tired”.  Oh, that is just Spring Fatigue Syndrome. “I am a bit fat” but I have my mother’s constitution, it’s genetic. It follows that when we don’t find a Real Why, we invent a plausible explanation that permits us to continue our lives without finding a solution to our problems.  You have a problem with your partner.  Are you dealing with it by talking to one another?  “No, I know what he/she is like and there is no point.  I am really too old to change my ways, or I am too young to preoccupy myself with my own health. I’ll do it later when it has become a real problem”. 
 
Have you noticed that our current medicine is total diagnostics and very little cure? Giving Statins for high cholesterol is not even operating on a false Why, it is a false Why for an incorrect situation. That is about as bad as it can get. If you know a certain amount about a problem, then you may find a good or an incorrect cause and attempt to deal with it.  But in the case of the cholesterol drug we don’t yet even know the real problem?
 
We cannot allow our health and the health service to be converted into a business.
 
So, the new pills for a new illness are so expensive that we have to wait until their patents run out and then we can obtain their generic variants. Why, if they weren’t even effective in the first place?  The investigatory lifespan of almost any medicine is about five years. Does that make it safe to take such a medicine for life? We don’t need pills to cover up symptoms. We need to investigate and find the Real Why behind any bad condition whether the problem lies within our bodies or in our society. These are the Why’s that help us improve our quality of life with minimum effort as they deal with the real causes.
 
Visit us at the Nerja clinic:
 
Pies y Bienestar, Calle Pintada 73, Tel.: 722 221 299
 
...or start doing what you can for yourself and your family and friends by learning about the book: “Suicide by Ignorance”
 
 
Something can always be done.
 
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