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Organ language Methodology of the Language of Organs & Palliative care

Webinar on 3rd International Conference on Palliative Care & Hospice Nursing

February 21, 2022 | Webinar

Rosemarie Wagner

Rosewelt Naturopathic Praxis, Switzerland

Keynote: J Nurs Res Pract

Abstract :

Organs cooperate with each other; they are lenders and loan recipients. Organs live in partnership, in a balanced relationship with each other. Organs perform the perfect language, nurturing, balancing, sustaining, and giving the body as a vehicle the best starting position for its activity. The language of the organs allows to understand the evolution of the symptoms until a developed disease. It is about the regression of this disease until health is restored. Once the language of the body is understood as a response to the subtle processes of the mind, the further biochemical reactions, the nerve stimulations, the disease disappears. Man becomes mentally and physically healthy and his own best doctor. Each organ stands for a multi-layered organization, for manifold processes, for great intelligence and absolute connection to our mental power. Imagine that your thoughts precisely control the work of your organs. A symptom, a disease fulfills a purpose. The body lives out what the human being does not live with his spiritual and mental parts. Basically, patients are treated palliatively when medical treatment options are exhausted for them. In palliative medicine, the causes of the diseases, perspectives for a cure - neither physical nor psychological are pursued. Relief of pain comes to priority, which often involves strong sedating painkillers. Patients are often kept in a state of lethargy, passivity and comfort with a focus on dying. Organ language enables understanding of being sick - from the cause through one's own involvement and co-responsibility. The patient gets the chance to consciously alleviate his pain sensation by understanding organ work by using his mental powers. Organ language has a meditative and clarifying effect, because the psychosomatic connections become conscious. Similar to hypnosis or meditation, patients gain an understanding of larger connections and participate in the final journey of their liberation. The conscious liberation of the soul from the body through a more conscious understanding of larger psychosomatic connections and the action on the organs distracts from the sensation of pain and empowers the patient to conscious action. Spiritually, it is known that the detachment of the psychic body from the physical does not take place properly under anesthesia. Esotericists speak of dying in the anesthetized state as an insufficient detachment process, which requires a new incarnation (often as a newborn) just to accomplish the detachment process of the last incarnation. In this sense, organ language offers the chance to process and understand one's pain in the moment and to detach from the physical presence.

Biography :

Rosemarie Wagner is a federally certified naturopath in Switzerland. In 1997 she graduated from the German Paracelsus Naturopathic Institute in Heilbronn. Until 2001 she taught graduates of naturopathic schools in the German region of Stuttgart. She published several articles on the connection between thoughts and organ work. Several years of training in Zen Buddhism deepened her knowledge. In 2008 she founded the world's 1st Kinesiology Parcours in Switzerland Grisons. In 2011 she participated in a training with Prof. Dr. phil. Henry Reed / Virginia USA and created the I AM CODE, a key to one's own consciousness. In 2014 she was an exam expert for the federally certified Naturopath in Switzerland and taught at various naturopath schools in Switzerland. In 2020 she completed the master training as a hypnotist NGH National Guild of Hypnotists. Currently she has three offices in Lucerne, Berne and Zurich.

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