A New View of Cancer

Dr. Neal Robert Smookler

German New Medicine (GNM), the scientific discoveries of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, is a natural science based on five universal biological principles that views disease through the eyes of Mother Nature.

GNM represents a change in the understanding of what is commonly called disease. It reveals that disease is not caused by malfunctions but rather is initiated by a biological conflict or shock that assists an individual during times of unexpected emotional distress.

According to Dr. Neal Robert Smookler, New England’s first GNM consultant and therapist, whenever a living organism experiences an unexpected, highly acute trauma, nature intercedes to take the “weight” of the distress off of the psyche and shift it to the body (organ). The “weight” is translated into a compensatory special biological program that manifests on the cellular level (an adaptation response) that the body is able to run or process over time.

This is nature’s way of satisfying Abraham Maslow’s need for self-preservation as the translation from the consciousness to the body (organ) buys time for the possibility of a conflict resolution. Validated by brain scans, GNM scientifically demonstrates the connection between the psyche, brain and organ.

A GNM consultation generally requires one to several sessions with results often coming in the first session. Only the more complex scenarios require additional dialogue.

Neal Robert Smookler, DC, resides in Hopkinton where he consults in-person and via phone both for professional and lay persons locally as well as nationally. He began his German New Medicine studies in 2009 and pioneered the introduction of Developmental Alphabiotics in New England. For the last quarter-century, Smookler has maintained three full-time wellness care practices in Boston, Wellesley and Hopkinton. NewMedicineOnline.com/.

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