Why Am I Sick?

Why Am I Sick? : What's Really Wrong and How You Can Solve It Using Meta-Medicine (R)

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This is the old archived version - Have you ever asked yourself, "why am I sick?" and found your doctor can't tell you why? They don't know the cause. Just look at any medical dictionary and for 99% of diseases, 'The cause is not known'. The question is, how can you cure a disease if you don't know the cause? Richard Flook explains how disease really works, showing you how the body has not made a mistake, that there are stressful events that cause diseases to occur. He tackles the challenging questions of why cancers develop, how depression is caused by multiple shocks, how allergies start, why mass vaccination is not the answer and how our present way of treating disease is in desperate need of updating.This book is aimed at anyone interested in health. It will challenge your present belief system about disease and at the same time answer your questions as to 'Why am I sick?' and what you can do about it.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 270 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 14mm | 472g
  • English
  • Revised
  • Revised
  • 1439242909
  • 9781439242902
  • 257,422

About Richard Flook

Richard Flook heads up the international training of META-Medicine(r). Since early childhood, after the divorce of his parents and subsequent death of his mother from metastasized breast cancer, he has felt a deep compulsion to find an answer as to why this disease struck down the most important person in his life. After the divorce, Richard and his two brothers were cared for by their father in the family home some 400 miles (600km) away from where their mother lived. He was only twelve years old when he experienced the horror of losing his mother and even though at a distance, he lived through the trauma of her struggle and then her eventual acceptance of death. It was on the day she died that he made the decision to try to discover a better way to assist people to heal. He knew intuitively that there was a connection between his parent's divorce, the massive distance separating his mother from her three boys, and the breast cancer. Although successful in business, the decision he made when he was twelve years old was still burning in the back of his mind. At age 30 he came across the basic theories behind META-Medicine but at that time he could not train or find other information because they were hidden and also only available in German. Until a chance meeting with Johannes Fisslinger, the president of the International META-Medicine(r) Association in 2004 gave him the opportunity to study and teach this material. Johannes, a native of Germany living in Los Angeles, California, wanted to spread word of the amazing discoveries of META-Medicine(r) and, with a skilled team of medical doctors and experts including Richard, they brought META-Medicine(r) out of secrecy and into the international arena. Since that time Richard has been involved in developing META-Medicine(r) worldwide, including introducing this groundbreaking material to Australasia, Europe, Scandinavia, North America, Iceland, Czech Republic, Japan, China, Russia and the Middle East. Richard is a pioneer of accelerated and advanced learning techniques. Not only is he one of the most skilled practitioners of META-Medicine(r) and NLP, getting incredible results with terminal cancer clients, he also works with everyday people, assisting them in transforming their lives at the deepest level. Richard is a native of the UK lives in Canada, near Toronto with his lovely wife Kristin and his newly born son Oliver.
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