Preparation: When, where, who and what?
A symptom is like a big flashing, bright red rubber ball in a concrete wall. Treating symptoms is like hitting that rubber ball with a hammer. The only visible effect of this approach will be the hammer’s imprint on your forehead after it bounced back from the ball. Wanting to tear down the concrete wall this way sounds like years of process work—heavy, painful, exhausting and involving lots of drama.
However, there’s a little door somewhere, and it’s a therapist’s job to discover and to open it. For successful therapists, it takes hardly any effort to give the healing remedies to the system through this door, and the entire illness disappears by itself, including all the rubber and concrete—this is microsurgical energy medicine.
Practicing this kind of medicine requires, however, that a therapist finds that little door somewhere in space and time—most often in the past, since it’s hardly ever in the now.
Duration of the present irritation
You won’t find the original, causal irritation in the now. Therefore, test first when the primary irritation occurred. It could even go back to the time in the mother’s womb, or be an issue that was taken over from ancestors, for example, and that the patient is carrying.
When did this issue originate? How long has this issue been present? More than (__)
Diagnosing the causal and all affected levels
On which level did the issue originate (structural, biochemical, rhythmic, mental, emotional, energetic, spiritual, unknown), and which levels are affected now?
On which level did the issue originate? Which levels are affected now?
Whose issue is it?
It can be an issue of the patient—then you can resolve it in the patient. Or, it can be an issue of someone else that the patient took over and is merely carrying—then you can only resolve it there. For a successful treatment, you need to find out what applies.
Is it the patient’s issue?
12 steps—how to go about it
Summary of intuitive diagnostics in 12 steps.
Step 1: Welcome
After welcoming patients, I don’t start out by asking them about their problems, since this would focus on the negative (victimization); instead, I ask what I can do for them.
Then, I take note of all wishes and issues without giving patients the room to describe whose fault it could be.
Step 2: The arm-length test in a standing position
Next, I ask patients to stand up and explain the arm-length test to them, using their own arms. The following two aspects are important to me in this context:
- 1. That patients learn to trust this test, and that we can use it as a normal means to communicate with their subconscious in our diagnostics.
- 2. That patients learn how to apply the test step by step themselves and are then able to use it after the treatment. This is the only way how they can decide for themselves, and over the course of the treatment, we can turn more and more into partners who are on a par.
After that, I ask the patients to lie down on a massage table. Apart from their shoes, patients don’t need to take off anything.
Step 3: Tuning in and sensing
In the next step, I ask the patients if I can tune into them (usually, all patients respond positively). I open my hands, spread my fingers like antennas, and imagine that I am the patient. Then I feel within myself how the patient feels, stands, breathes, etc.
If necessary, I can also move within time and sense how the patient felt five years ago, for example. Often, it makes sense to do this when I sense an irritation and want to find out when it started. For that purpose, I stay tuned in to the organ while going back in time.
This allows me to gain a complete overview within just one minute of how that person perceives him- or herself. It’s on that basis that I’m able to communicate with true empathy.
Step 4: The arm-length test when lying down
Once more, I show patients the arm-length test, but this time as they’re lying down. I sit down next to them at knee level and test their “yes”/“no” reactions using their own arms. This way, I also get a feeling of how the patient reacts when lying down.
Step 5: Bringing subconscious blockages to light
Then, I ask the patients to imagine that their wishes come true (“I am or will be healthy, happy, successful, etc.”). At the beginning of the treatment, this idea almost always causes stress, which offers me an opportunity to address inner resistance and blockages with the patients. And I explain that their wish can’t materialize, because their subconscious can’t even let it happen. Now, I can also test the share in power held by the subconscious of this patient in comparison to the conscious mind when it comes to creating reality.
Step 6: Diagnosing the parameters
In this step, I test the diagnostic parameters, such as life energy, identity, charges, biological age, etc. to gain an overview of the situation. Who is really there in front of me? And in what state is that person?
Step 7: Diagnosing the organs
Using the impulse technique, I now diagnose the organs. If necessary, I test when the irritation or disorder originated, or how long it has been present, and which levels are affected. The following order makes sense when testing organs:
- Abdominal organs
- Thoracic organs
- Organs in the throat
- Organs in the head
- Generalized organs (blood, lymph, bones, muscles, etc.)
Step 8: Diagnosing the structure
Here, I follow the same procedure as when testing organs. Again, it makes sense to follow a fixed order:
- Leg length
Step 9: Diagnosing the rhythms
This also follows a fixed order:
- Cranial breath
- Cervical plexuses
- Vagus nerves
- Solar plexus
- Pelvic plexus
- Cranio-sacral rhythm
Step 10: Diagnosing environmental factors
These include the sleeping and working areas, relationship stress, medication or nutritional supplements people take, food and drinks, dental materials, and so on. Here, the order in which various factors are examined is not that critical.
Step 11: Diagnosing the fields
- Fissures in the field
- Foreign identities
- Tumor fields
Step 12: Looking at details
In this step, I have a closer look at specific issues in the irritated organs, using the stage technique, the Imago technique, the cyberhand technique or the “hand of light” technique.
With some experience and routine, it’s manageable to perform a full diagnosis within a maximum of fifteen minutes after the first talk. This diagnosis constitutes the basis of the treatment. In the process, I’ll have gathered more facts than any device ever could and even identified the issues behind the symptoms.
And then the treatment can begin . . .
In this book, I won’t go into further detail on the variety of treatment possibilities, since intuitive diagnostics can be combined with any kind of therapy, whether it’s conventional medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, energy medicine or spiritual healing. Treatments based on the innerwise method are described extensively in my book Intuitive Healing.
Text from the book Intuitive Diagnostics, chapter Basics and Techniques