It is the objective of the Field Control Therapy curriculum to fully address the major issues and gaps with the current medical paradigms.
The curriculum’s key components will empower health practitioners with the following information:
I The New Medical Model. This new model is based on the copious, yet little publicized research concerning the emerging medical frontier — the interface of biology and physics.It presents the data that sets forth medical agenda in support of what is shaping to be — atomic biology — which is more fundamental than the prevailing medical model of molecular/chemical biology.
This model is supported by the most fundamental science of all — physics (not chemistry) — whereby atoms and the elementary particles constitute the most fundamental dimension of our cells and their functioning.
Physics also states that the primary sustaining force for both the inanimate and living is Energy. The information presented makes it abundantly clear that our physiology and entire homeostasis are being governed by cellular energetic fields and frequencies which supersede and actually govern body chemistry.
And accordingly, our body chemistry is nothing short of a field/frequency-operated phenomenon. From hence, health in its very essence constitutes intact, robust, and coherent energetic communications between multiple homeostatic components down to the DNA level.
Disease, on the other hand, can be viewed as the aberrant and desynchronized atomic-molecular fields.
The same criteria, besides the somatic organs, apply also to the mental-emotional aspect of our physiology and their mutual interactions.
In essence, instead of concerning oneself with how a given specialty-paradigm calls for a treatment of a D-I-S-E-A-S-E, a health practitioner, under this model, ought to pay attention only to the few key issues. One — diagnostic ability to determine the factors responsible for the aberrant fields; and the other — therapeutic means that are capable of correcting them.
The FCT® curriculum demonstrates the several main components of the more fundamental energetic domain, and also presents their dynamic interaction with body chemistry.
II. The set of multiple pernicious factors which impact on the homeostatic domains.
These include toxicological and infectious agents, physical and emotional traumas, geomagnetic and man-made fields, dietary and medical interventions, and others. The main genetic factors, constitutional predispositions, and the means to address them, are discussed as well.
III. The progressive stages of the cellular destructions induced by the pernicious factors. Their correlation with chronic diseases and important therapeutic implications, including the treatments choice and principles of their combining.
IV. Analysis of the benefits and limitations of all of the major alternative and conventional diagnostic approaches.
V. Analysis of the benefits, limitations and potential side-effects of all of the major alternative and conventional therapeutic approaches.
This part of the curriculum explains the benefits of the therapies as it points out the exact corresponding components within the homeostatic energetic-biochemical model upon which they act.
It demonstrates, just as clearly, the shortcomings and potential side-effects when the other components remain ignored or the pernicious factors unattended. This explains the erratic outcomes in the care of chronic diseases as most successes usually take place while still in the less advanced and milder stages of pathology.
VI. Limitations of the contemporary Bio-medical research models, conventional and alternative.
VII. Ability to effectively evaluate claims of other therapeutic modalities, and, likewise, diagnostic or medicinal products. This will spare the students from unnecessary expense, failures and lost time.
VIII. Practical patients’ workup. FCT® System of Diagnosis and Therapy.
- The main diagnostic methods: Bio-resonance testing, anamnesis, physical and constitutional evaluation.
- Therapeutic methods:
- main &madsh; causative homeopathy combined with the proper homeopathic organ support
- classical homeopathy, only as necessary to address deep miasmatic (genetic) states or emotional traumas
- selective use of glandular-organ preparations to facilitate tissue repair after causative factors have been removed
- auxiliary support, at times, of a few other modalities, craniosacral, dental, etc., according to the patient’s individual needs
- Unparalleled clinical and cost effectiveness.