Professor Enrique Bouron on Biological decoding
Conferencia de Biología Total / Decodificación biológica
December 12, 2012– Bauen Suite Hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Good morning/afternoon, my name is Enrique Bouron, I’m biological decoder since 2004, and I teach this discipline since 2007 in Argentina. I studied in Canada. My professor was Dr. Claude Sabbah, a French oncologist – (I clarify that I’m not a doctor and I don’t pretend to be one. I’m a system analyst, that’s my academic formation.) When he finished his medical career he discovered, despite his excellent grades, that he didn’t know anything of medicine. Why? He was very disappointed. He said he was searching for something he never found. He was searching for the WHY. Why the disease? He received a lot of HOWS, a lot of WHATS, but never a WHY or a FOR WHAT. So he began to do his research and studied Chinese medicine and he discovered many new things, studied Ayurveda medicine … and he discovered many new things.
That with our intellect we made two things that they didn’t.
First: we built a universe of duality. We evaluated everything and we created a world where something is opposite to another. Where there is black and white, but also there is good and bad things. Coming from our ignorance we cultivated just like wheat. We cultivated FEAR to what we don’t understand. Since that place, we got sick many times not only because of fear, but because of many of our creations in this universe.
The second one is we created the WORD. We communicate through the word and in the course we see (this is a seminar not the course) in the course we see how paraphrasing John in the Bible: “In the beginning it was the Verb, and the Verb was God, the Creator…” we will see how we are extraordinary creators through the word. With the word we create our concepts, we define our universe our fears, our emotions we define everything that surrounds us. And that’s how our brain begins to communicate with us, through our own words. The only difference is that it (brain) will not pronounce the words but will pronounce them using our biology. He will answer biologically the big questions we make. The questions we make when we don’t know how to solve a problem the brain will answer biologically.
So, when C. Sabbah ended his research he reached a dead zone and he realized he knew a lot of new things, but he was missing the central leading idea. That’s when he heard about Dr. R. G. Hamer, a German oncologist, psychiatrist and theologist that lived a huge personal drama: his son was assassinated, actually, got shot with a stray bullet that lived a huge personal drama: his son was assassinated, actually, got shot with a stray bullet and died in his arms after 3 months of agony. Short time later Hamer developed a disease, a very particular one: testicle cancer. A man that didn’t get sick easily, suddenly like when you play roulette, he “won” a cancer.
We all think “why me??” That curse. He gets testicle cancer. Of course we believe that it’s like a punishment – maybe because we bothered God or we got it with a raffle or something and it seems we all have numbers falls on us, but no. Since now he is on the other side of the counter and he is warmly received by his colleagues that remind him: “You know, doctor, that only 1 of every five patients with your disease survive…”(thanks for your support) So he began talking with patients that had his same disease and he discovered that these patients had lived in the previous months of the appearance of their disease an irreparable loss. He thought “this can’t happen just by chance, there must be something that defines this relation.”
So, he healed from his cancer and he began working with his oncology patients, but now he asked them about other issues, not what he usually used to inquire (“What do you eat; do you sleep well, etc.”) He asked them what had happened to them. So that’s how he began matching coincidences between them and he began to understand how the diseases worked.
The first thing he did was to establish a law the “iron law.” He spoke of cancer or its equivalent diseases. Basically all diseases function the same way, except chronic fatigue. It makes no difference to the brain if it has to deal with a cancer or with gastritis, no difference at all. He stated those rules/laws that he discovered. The first one, the iron law, says that any cancer begins with a violent, unexpected stress that hits us suddenly and unprepared without a rational or practical solution and that above all, we live in total isolation i.e. we don’t speak about it. We’ll see that every unspoken word becomes biological. The message will be translated to the biology. It’s like a computer. In a computer (maybe someone knows about computers) you enter data through the keyboard, a microphone, the mouse and that info goes into the machine, gets processed and later it’s expressed on the monitor or the printing machine or any exit device. However we created a data input coming from our emotions. We processed it internally, but we never took it out. The brain will seek for an exit device and if it doesn’t find any, it will print the result in our biology.
Hamer discovered the second law: the two phases of a disease. Usually we function as follows. During daytime the upper curve of our neuro-vegetative system sends more blood, more energy to certain organs brain, muscles, circulatory system, breathing system; and less to our digestive system and skin. At night, when sleeping, it’s the other way round. We all work with that perfect method where the brain does just one thing; ensure our survival for the next instant. As I said that statement, my brain performed millions of calculations cell by cell and it knows, I hope so that I will be alive in the next moment. In those curves in the chart we have all the survival programs (the human’s operative system) all the survival programs that allows the being to live, performing all the biological programs without having to think about them. They are the result of millions of years of evolution that vary depending on the environment and the survival needs of the different species.
In us, these programs are, for example: eat, drink, breathe, rest, assimilate, transpire, and excrete; all made automatically by our brain. While it’s all working normally, there’s no problem. The problem arises when we suffer some kind of sudden, violent stress that’s not in the “normal” mode or a permanent and extended stress like living in your mother-in-law’s house, for example, or like when after obtaining your engineer’s degree you can’t find work as an engineer for a long time, so you have to do any other job like drive a taxi cab, or be a barman and you suffer an ongoing permanent frustration.
As we see in the chart that’s how we reach the level of maximum stress, the 100% of our energetic capacity. Of course, when the stress is lowered, let’s say to a 20%, our response will not be the one we are used to have and if I have a 30, 40, 60 or 80% of energy in use the response will be more intense (the vertical line is stress intensity, the horizontal is time). The intensity difference is what will cause, with the same conflict, either a flu, a bronchitis or, a bronchial cancer. The conflict is exactly the same, but its intensity will define the seriousness of the disease.
Let’s imagine we reached the maximum stress level either with a violent stress or with a permanent stress that will drain our energy at a slow pace. If I ask you which are the most common causes of death, what would you answer? Tobacco. heart attack. car accidents, cancer. Our brain would respond: Oh, you boastful humans … Those are statistics of just one species since it began making statistics and it’s not such a long time ago. Our brain holds statistics that go back thousands of millions of years since our first common relative, the first cell that existed. And in these statistics our brain knows that amongst animals, which we are related to there are two big causes of death in nature: exhaustion and distraction. An exhausted or distracted animal in the wild is a dead animal.
We sophisticated the Stone Age time. Now we don’t encounter a bear when we leave our home but we find a demonstration or a boss that really stresses us or many other things. Everything has been sophisticated, but in the end it’s the same. Let’s imagine we are in a separation situation, or we got fired ,or our car was stolen, whatever. None of these will get us sick – what will do is our incapacity to deal with the situation and the tag we put on that emotion in that moment. What does our brain do? Very simple – it will choose, according to the data I entered, an area in the brain that will be isolated, preventing the micro volts of the rest of the brain of getting in contact with that area of control of certain cells of a certain part or organ of our body. In that area the brain will do something different to the rest of it.
Something will appear there, Hamer called it a Hamer Focus – an electric blockage on the neurons – and at the same time, a biological response will begin in the body. Surely, at first, in most diseases there will be no symptoms with this response. I am already sick but I don’t know. When I reached the top of the curve (in the graphic) the brain took care of what I thought was a problem in the peak of my stress if I felt an enormous fear because, as I was fired from my job, I won’t be able to feed my children – my brain will give a certain response if I felt impotent and undervalued because, at my age I was replaced by a young professional so I feel powerless because I never updated myself because I never saw it coming or maybe I felt that, after 20 years working in the company, I can’t digest what my disgraceful boss did to me.
The brain deals with the information it receives. He doesn’t care if I have an entire rabbit’s leg in my stomach or if it’s just a feeling of “I can’t digest this” – for the brain it’s the same if it’s real, imaginary, virtual or symbolic; everything is REAL and I just gave him a data that it has to process because I can’t deal with it, I can’t find a solution. I’m so angry inside of me (grrrrr) and my creation was: I can’t digest what this son of a bitch did to me. So the brain answers: “no problem, I will take charge.” Why? Because, as we live with this feeling all day long thinking about this drama and focused exclusively in it like the student that has to give final exams and has no time to study so he’s absolutely coped with only that drama, without sleeping at night he’s getting exhausted and he is just concentrating in only one issue and leaving aside all that surrounds him, which he also should deal with.
So the brain says: “No, no, no, you have to stop. You are losing it. I have to do something as you can’t find a solution to the can’t digest situation” so it will download to my organism a disease. If stress equals 100, or it’s more than 80 or 70 (it’s not a strict parameter, we only use it as an example) and the data it received was “I can’t digest,” it will apply a special survival solution, sadly, called disease, related to that data. In this case it would be a stomach adenocarcinoma of course, we know it as a malignant tumor but for the brain it’s not malignant at all.
Let us see why: it’s the brain that will put to work a bunch of veins and arteries to keep alive those “cancer” cells. Does it mean he’s feeding the enemy; he’s placing a thief to sleep in the bank’s vault?? Not at all. Understand that the stomach you have is a basic one for what you normally need; now I will give you an automatic BMW Deluxe. It will produce a chloride acid that will be able to digest a brick in a record time. The only problem is that in your universe it’s called cancer and here comes the drama because you believed for a very long time that this word implies a drama. However, the brain says: “no, it’s not a drama it’s your salvation because I took you out from a stress of exhaustion and distraction that was going to kill you.”
So, if it’s so simple, why does cancer kill people? Let’s go on with the process. Let’s say I got fired in January, err, no, not January because normally boss is on vacation. Let’s say I got fired in March, after my boss came back from his holidays and for several months I’m living the “I can’t digest” issue and a time later, in August, I find a new job. From March to August, I possibly had no symptoms or maybe very mild symptoms almost nothing, nothing to pay attention to. In August I find a new job or I’m told the one that fired me got crushed by a bulldozer. Whatever means to my brain the end of the conflict. Now my brain wants to take me back down to normal Why? Because you already proved to me that with the “I can’t digest” you can reach 100 and if you do this stress from the 40 level, where it is now, it will go too high, bad situation. I have to get you back to normal.
So I will take away the BMW and I’ll give you back the Fiat (no discrimination meant). During those months I was ok, playing tennis, swimming, exercising, etc. when the end of conflict comes I have a little problem. For example, I used to be a very low ranked employee in a bookstore and for some reason I jump to be CEO of Coca Cola. I’m very happy, but after a couple of days I feel a pain in my stomach. It’s amazing, in the best moment of my life I get sick, and that’s definitely sheer bad luck. Besides, they will think I get sick very easily, because it happened as soon as I put my foot in the company. The brain doesn’t care if I’m Coca Cola’s president, the Pope, Hitler or whatever it’s not an issue for it He says: “I have to take you back to normal because I’m much more interested in you staying alive rather than being Coke’s president.”
At that point the brain will turn us down, our stomach will hurt a lot and I won’t understand and I will be afraid of that pain as we are used to fight against the symptoms. Usually our brain will always win because we shouldn’t fight the symptom, the disease; we should understand it. In the measure we can understand it we have all the tools to deactivate the disease. The brain will make our stomach ache and maybe I’ll defecate with blood so I will think my intestines are tearing apart, that there is a combat between bacteria and viruses and the dead ones go out through that means. I don’t understand what’s going on, I only know it hurts and there is blood.
The biological decoding discipline is just like peeling the thin layers of an onion; about asking what we never asked before. Why do I have this pain? What’s the use of it? Let’s see a very simple example. I’m living my life normally and my friends come and fetch me to play a soccer game. My brain knows that it’s been a long time since I last played so, as soon as I run, I am right up there. My brain will take away oxygen, my legs will feel heavy and, despite I used to run really fast, soon I will be slower and no matter the effort I make I won’t be able to run faster. It won’t hurt, I just can’t run as I used to. Finally after 5 or 10 minutes I end lying on the floor, out of breath like a fish out of the water so what’s next? Staying on the floor means the end of the conflict for my brain. The next five days I will be down there. We are all familiar with that. We have a functional paralysis. We can’t even move with the pain. But we don’t understand what’s going on.
The brain is telling us: “Wait a moment.” This huge effort that forced me to make a few adjustments in your organism to adapt it now forces me to repair so while I repair I need you not to run. So it makes a virtual cast to prevent me from moving. If I have a strong stomach ache, the brain says: “Please, while I repair I need you not to eat maybe mashed potato, but not pork – it’s too heavy. So it will send a pain to prevent me from forcing my stomach to work. And I will defecate with blood, because the brain gathered together a bunch of cells possibly when the tumor was discovered it was 4 cm big and according to the accepted concepts I got sick in August. No, I got sick in March the big stress, the great drama happened in March I have to understand that.
Imagine you’re walking down the street, you are 16 years old and you’re going to dance in a Saturday night. In a dark corner a guy comes out with a gun and points it at your face. Typical reaction would be OOOOOHHHHHHH!!!! You give to the thief all your belongings and that’s it. Then you reason: if I tell my parents what happened, next Saturday I won’t be allowed to go dancing so I prefer that no one knows about the incident he you don’t tell a word. Time goes by and after a month he goes out at night and he walks by the same corner. What he doesn’t know is that at the moment of the robbery your brain memorized everything and knows it happened in that corner. When you go by that exact place and nothing happens, your brain interprets: “End of conflict.” It’s midsummer, with 100 degrees, and next morning you trigger laryngitis. You will say: “I got a cold.” You will never make the relation with what happened a month ago with that OOOOOHHHHHHH!!!! Never ever. That’s why what we do is try to find the origins of the disease, what we lost of sight.