Balance composes, with three directions

Synchronization cycle

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To develop Ki-Regeneration®, I first sought to understand the harmonious functioning of the human body, then the flaws that cause this harmony to fall.

The third step was to understand how the human body manages to rebalance itself after a change.

To achieve this second step, I studied pathology:

It is looking for the causes and factors responsible for the symptoms, studying the lesions caused by the disease, due to the disruption of homeostasis.

This allowed me to understand how allopathic medicine heals, by acting on the « matter » component of the body, the physical reality of life.

Here is its application to evolutionize our obsolete political system towards a Fraternal Earth.

Homeostasis – Adaptation – Lesion

Homeostasis is the maintenance of cell balance when the cell is placed in physiological conditions.

Cellular adaptation allows the cell to find a new equilibrium when the cellular environment is altered, by greater physiological demands or pathological circumstances.

Cellular adaptation allows the cell to find a new equilibrium when the cellular environment is altered, by greater physiological demands or pathological circumstances.

Here are the cellular responses to aggressions:

Nature and gravity of the aggressionCellular response
Modification of physiological stimuli:Cellular adaptation:
– Increased needs, trophicity stimuli (eg: growth factors, hormones)Hyperplasia, hypertrophy
– Nutritional deficiency, decrease in stimuliAtrophy
– Chronic, chemical or physical irritationMetaplasia
Decreased oxygen supply; chemical attack; microbial infection:Cell damage:
– Acute and resolvingAcute reversible lesion
– Progressive and severe (including DNA damage)Irreversible lesion: cell death, necrosis or apoptosis
– Prolonged mild aggressionAlteration of intracellular organs
Metabolic, genetic or acquired alterationsIntracellular accumulations, calcifications
Lengthening of life with repeated sublethal attacksCellular aging

Diagnosis – Prognosis – Evaluation

The pathological anatomy approach is based on a semiological analysis that compares normal and pathological tissues.

Pathological anatomy (or pathology) requires the development of techniques:

  • Cytological (isolated cells or small cell clusters) and tissue samples;
  • Morphological study: fixation, impregnation, inclusion, staining, microscopy, histoenzymology, immunohistochemistry, molecular biology, …

The pathologist must always evolve by learning from new diagnostic methods, while maintaining precise reasoning based on morphology to establish or revise decision trees.

It is a medical discipline:

  • It studies lesions caused by or associated with diseases on organs, tissues or cells, using mainly macroscopic or microscopic techniques.
  • Lesions are signs of disease, as well as are clinical symptoms.
  • They may be the result of the aggression that triggered the disease, or of reactions that occurred during the conduct of the disease process.
  • There is not necessarily a close correlation between the extent of a lesion and its clinical or biological expression.
  • The use of national and international terminologies and classifications is recommended in order to use a systemic coding of lesions, when entering them in anatomo-pathological databases.
  • The lesions are compared with clinical, biological and imaging data recorded in databases: it is the anatomo-clinical correlation that is essential to allow a synthetic interpretation that leads to a diagnosis (certain, probable or uncertain).

The anatomo-cyto-pathological examinations are repeated during a therapeutic treatment in order to judge the disappearance, the persistence or the aggravation of the lesions.

Cell death – Necrosis – Apoptosis

Cell death is the ultimate term of a cell lesion.

There are two types of cell death, which are opposed in many ways.

Necrosis usually involves groups of cells in tissue undergoing pathogenic aggression:

  • It does not appear until several hours after cell death.
  • It is characterized by cytoplasmic hypereosinophilia, pyknosis, karyolysis or nuclear karyorrhexis.
  • It is accompanied by an inflammatory reaction.

Apoptosis is « programmed cell death »:

  • It is most often a mechanism of cellular « suicide » essential for the development, maturation, and normal renewal of tissues.
  • It can occur under physiological conditions (eg destruction of auto-reactive T lymphocytes during the development of autoimmunity) or under pathological circumstances (eg transplant rejection).
  • It affects isolated cells.
  • It is characterized by cell fragmentation into apoptotic bodies.
  • It is not accompanied by an inflammatory reaction.

The three universal balancing programs

To maintain the integrity of the human body, each cell switches in one or the other of these three possibilities:
– The « Homeostasis » program which maintains balance,
– The « Adaptation » program which finds a new balance following environmental changes,
– The « Apoptosis » program that frees up space.

To live a change in harmony, you need to:

1, Define a road map:

  • It contains the goal to be reached and the path to get there.
  • For a change to be operational, we must know where we want to go, and have an idea of ​​the means to deploy.
  • I plan what I need to do to reach my goal.

2, Check that we are on the right path, because doubt, the unforeseen, disaster, fear, … can cause us to deviate:

For this step, I use an universal balancing program

  • If all goes well,
    – The « Homeostasis » program tells me to stay the course,
    I continue to follow my plan.
  • Unexpected or negative feelings arise,
    – The « Adaptation » program tells me to find a new arrangement, using my skills, by training myself, by associating with someone, by creating new tools, …
    I review my plan by modifying elements,
  • Nothing goes,
    – The « Apoptosis » program tells me to free up space to broaden my vision,
    I stop doing what I have planned, I step back to observe the situation with detachment, I meditate and I give myself time to reflect.

Let us connect the fraternal human imagination, in order to relate all the points relating to earthly life – humans, animals, plants, Earth – and human dignity – peace, love, harmony, respect – and use the universal balancing programs to create a path that will lead to a Fraternal Earth.

Bibliographic reference:
– The information on the pathology is taken from the book « Pathologie générale, Enseignement thématique – Biopathologie tissulaire », Collège Français des Pathologistes, Edition Elsevier Masson, 2012 (in french).

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