A Common Cause?

Here is an excerpt from a recent discussion with a colleague who shall remain anonymous:

Thank you very much for your kind words and understanding. I have been on this journey of discovery for thirty years and trying to convey the truth to others is the devil’s own job. Pardon the pun. But we are getting there slowly. I have 85 students and 20 trained colleagues. More will be trained in the coming months in the UK and North America.

However, if we are not able to make an impression and add value to mainstream medicine then perhaps we can create an alternative that will help many thousands of people. But that would take an institution with resources and is what I am striving for. When an institution steps forward that is willing to train more practitioners, perhaps we can create teams for clinics that specialize in key areas, like addictions as suggested. Several factors of vulnerability have been named, such as self-loathing, anxiety, insecurity, etc.

My research suggests that these are all outcomes, or symptoms, if you like, of a universal underlying cause that is reinforced by society and all its institutions, especially medicine, religion, and state education. So, perhaps we could focus attention on that one universal cause? What do you think it is?

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