Regenerate Yourself

Regeneration, a new vision!

Sickness and Healing

Our education and our culture impel us to look at disease in terms of symptoms. Because of this focus on symptoms, we tend to see any expression of ill health in our bodies as inevitable and arbitrary, whereas it is really just a signal. The symptom is not a “problem” in itself, but rather an indicator of an underlying disorder.

Consequently, attention is focused merely on the sensation of a particular symptom, to be eliminated if it becomes too intense.

The functioning of the human body is originally perfect, physiologically, mentally and emotionally. However, congestion, fatigue and sometimes even obstruction of our systems, due to our living conditions, our environment and our diet, can disrupt the normal operation of our body preventing the expression of its natural state of perfection.

In this sense, a disease (that is, a symptom) is an illusion that blinds us and keeps us from recognizing that our system is actually congested and overwhelmed. With this understanding, we can affirm that most diseases have their origins in congestion and exhaustion.

We can compare medical approaches that fight symptoms in order to eliminate them, to the attitude which would destroy the warning indicators in the dashboard of a vehicle to avoid seeing them. However, if a breakdown is imminent and inevitable, destroying the warning light will not prevent it. The symptomatic approach actually destroys the indicators and other “gauges” that reveal the internal state of the body, which, sooner or later, signal our destruction.

The symptom remains an individual expression which often hides the essential, underlying cause.

It is therefore necessary and even vital to move from a symptomatic view of an illness to a more fundamental approach, that is, to examine the deeper condition of the tissues, glands and organs. The proposed model developed by Thierry Casasnovas on this website aims to focus on the field and not on the symptoms.

“Any system left alone, in the absence of disturbance, will spontaneously go back to a point of equilibrium with a series of regulator processes”

Homeostasis Law

The Good News

The universe in which we live and of which we are an integral part is governed by laws that apply to all life. If we ignore or pretend to ignore them, these laws will affect us nonetheless.

The symptomatic view of today’s society and of certain medical currents runs counter to the most important law in regards to human health—the law of homeostasis1.

This Law explains that any living system will return naturally to a state of equilibrium by means of a set of regulatory processes, within the system’s adaptive limits. This continuous rebalancing must take into account two parameters: the resources of the living system itself and the nature of its environment.

In other words, the body will return of itself to the state of equilibrium, providing that we eliminate the disturbances that prevent normal operation and that we allow the body to perform the regulatory process without interference. It is a question of recognizing these processes, understanding them, welcoming them and facilitating them.

Thus, according to the law of homeostasis, the essential characteristic of all living beings, and human beings in particular, is to be able to regenerate themselves.

Regeneration is the truly amazing long-lost understanding which can give everyone new hope.

Indeed, we are not destined to endure and suffer illness. Disease is not inevitable, but rather congestion that has built up in our body which comes to mask our natural state of perfect health and joy.

The body itself holds all the solutions to healing itself. Due to this law of homeostasis, we have only to give the body the means to heal by reforming our eating habits and, more generally, by returning to a physiologically balanced lifestyle.

The only limiting factor is the capacity of our own nervous system, an essential aid to regeneration, which is undermined systematically by our modern lifestyle.

Many people today find themselves in a weakened, degraded state of health which will initially require support or even inducement to elicit these regulatory mechanisms. This is the “art” of regeneration, acting only if necessary (but not preventing) and knowing just when to step back in order to allow the natural regulatory processes of the body to function—that is, supporting without supplanting.

Similarly, old age, often associated with all kinds of maladies, is in reality not a phase of human decrepitude and degeneration, but rather a phase of maturity and accomplishment.

Physiologically, the human being can live up to 120 years in a natural state of full physical and spiritual health. Our only limitation would be our mineral, endocrine and nervous reserves inherited at birth. Currently, these have been declining from generation to generation, thus decreasing our life expectancy. It is time to reverse the trend!

1Homeostasis or homeostasis is the property of a system in which variables are regulated so that internal conditions remain stable and relatively constant. Examples of homeostasis include the regulation of temperature and the balance between acidity and alkalinity (pH). Human homeostasis is the process that maintains the stability of the human body’s internal environment in response to changes in external conditions. —Wikipedia

Reclaim our health

Thierry Casasnovas has overcome serious personal health problems by studying physiology and understanding the laws and physiological principles that govern us. This experience and understanding is what he wants to pass on in order to help all of us find enough confidence in ourselves to reclaim our health.

The simple knowledge of the laws that govern our normal functioning will free us from the arbitrary, from dependence on and submission to an external authority. Rediscovering our relationship with our feelings means rediscovering the relationship with our own bodies and health. This is the knowledge that frees us, allowing us to regain control of our existence.

1 Physiology  is the scientific study of the normal function in living systems. A sub-discipline of biology, its focus is on how organisms, organ systems, organs, cells, and biomolecules carry out the chemical or physical functions that exist in a living system. Given the size of the field, it is divided into, among others, animal physiology (including that of humans), plant physiology, cellular physiology, microbial physiology (see microbial metabolism), bacterial physiology, and viral physiology. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicines awarded to those who make significant achievements in this discipline by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. In medicine, a physiologic state is one occurring from normal body function, rather than pathologically, which is centered on the abnormalities that occur in animal diseases, including humans. —Wikipedia

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