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   Doesn't anybody believe in curing things anymore?  

cure (kyr)

  1. Restoration of health; recovery from disease.
  2. A method or course of medical treatment used to restore health.
  3. An agent, such as a drug, that restores health; a remedy.
  4. Something that corrects or relieves a harmful or disturbing situation: The cats proved to be a good cure for our mouse problem.
  5. (Ecclesiastical:) Spiritual charge or care, as of a priest for a congregation.
  6. The office or duties of a curate.
  7. The act or process of preserving a product.

curer n.
cureless adj.

Synonyms: cure, heal, remedy
These verbs mean to set right an undesirable or unhealthy condition: cure an ailing economy; heal a wounded spirit; remedy a structural defect.

What's a Cure Drive?

If you use Harmonic accessing to test a question about the general consensus in Western medicine - and the Harmonic is very good at compiling statistics for you - you might ask:

testing hand Do doctors who practice with AIDS patients more often than not believe the patient will have to live with the disease for the rest of their life?  

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Using that as a prompt, you can then make up tons more questions along the same lines

Such as:

testing handDo they believe that the patient will die of the disease within five years?
testing handwithin ten years?

The above are good questions to test about your own medical practitioner.

Getting answers to these questions will begin to uncover the tip of a vast iceberg. For example, if you're a "normal" person with no recognized disease, just ask:

testing handWhen does my doctor think I "should" normally die?

testing handBefore the age of: 70 \ 80 \ 90 ?

People have two common problems with accessing, either of which may interfere with you teaching it to yourself

If your doctor does see you as living to be 90, he may see that "life" as a hell, with you sitting in a nursing home somewhere, drooling saliva.

Has it became politically incorrect to talk about cure?

Is cure the new four-letter word?

Almost every herpes sufferer I've ever talked to has said they've learned to "live with" it or "control" it. Those are the words people use. I'm not sure I've ever heard a herpes sufferer talk about curing it.

That's a shame.

Because when you've dropped the idea of cure, you have been defeated.

Well, let's put it this way -- test these questions:

testing handAm I harboring a belief in incurability?

testing handDo I believe I can't cure certain things?

If you get a no for yourself, ask about other people until you test someone who does harbor these beliefs, then ask:

testing handIs the immune system of the person holding that belief compromised by the belief?

Other words for compromised are damaged, destroyed.

Simply knowing you can heal yourself helps to make you immune

Immunity is certainty, and certainty is the generator of Immunics. How do you get this? Blind belief?

Test that.

testing handCan I get to immunity by blind belief?

Now ask this,

testing handcan I get to immunity through skill?

testing handThrough developing my skills?

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