Celiacs and biodecoding

  • 2017
Table of contents hide 1 What does it mean to be celiac? 2 What is biodecoding? 3 The basis of this therapy is: 4 Biodecoding and celiac disease 5 In gluten intolerance the mother lives with great restlessness the behavior of her husband or her father. 6 This is manifested in children. 7 Enric Corbera 7.1 On a spiritual level: 8 For Biodecoding: 9 Who is the father?

What does it mean to be celiac?

Celiac disease is a serious autoimmune disorder that causes permanent gluten intolerance . Its intake leads to damage the small intestine. It is estimated to affect 1 in 100 people in the world.

When a celiac swallows gluten (protein found in wheat, barley and rye), its antibodies prepare an autoimmune response that attacks the small intestine . These attacks damage the bile that promotes nutrient absorption. Without them, nutrients are not absorbed correctly.

It is usually a hereditary disease, that is, it is suffered by several family members. People with a first-degree relationship (mother, father, celiac brother) with a celiac have a 1 in 10 risk of suffering from the disease.

What is biodecoding?

Biodecoding is the art of decoding the language of cells to effectively resolve the emotional causes of the disease . Christian Fleche

Biodecoding is an innovative approach to illness and emotional healing . It was created in 1993 by Christian Fleche that combined the most effective components to offer a method that aims at cellular memory . Fleche, of French origin, is the creator of the system that Enric Corbera has spread in Spain.

The bases of this therapy are:

  1. Every illness starts from an emotional conflict.
  2. The emotion and conflict that caused the disease can be traced.
  3. Emotion is always associated with a physical sensation and is located somewhere in the body.
  4. The energy that caused that sensation is called bioshock and is waiting to be released to heal.

For Biodecoding, diseases have multiple causes and readings . The disease is considered an opportunity for self-knowledge, self-discovery and self-disclosure.

Biodecoding and celiac disease

In gluten intolerance, the mother lives her husband's or her father's behavior with great unease.

It manifests in children.

Enric Corbera

Celiac disease is directly related to bread . Bread, in Western culture, symbolizes union, family, physical and emotional food . It also symbolizes religion, love, faith. The father brings the daily bread, which God himself guarantees.

On a spiritual level:

Bread represents nourishment of spirit and soul.

The celiac person may have difficulty discerning and knowing the best path, the best relationship, "separate the straw from the wheat." He has a hard time knowing which spiritual food is nutritious and which is junk, not nutritious.

The celiac finds it difficult to connect with his own essence.

You need to clear your connection channel with the divine source, with God, with the Universe.

For Biodecoding:

In general, on a psychological level, having gluten intolerance is "having intolerance to the father ", not enduring the presence of the father or his absence, what he does, or what the father did.

For Biodecoding , bread is synonymous with the father and gluten is what unites the family, and, in particular, celiac. It is a disease that causes discomfort throughout the family tree, in the whole family, because it causes many discomforts in the person who suffers. What is most affected is his social life.

Who is the father?

The father can be the biological one, or, sometimes, a symbolic father, a father of the unconscious. What does it mean? It means that it can be the husband or wife, the boss, a friend ... someone who represents in his unconscious the father or whom the mother would have wanted the father to be.

Biodecoding advises to investigate the family and mobilize the family unconscious.

Celiac conflicts with the father should come to light, as should the mother's relationship with the father.

DRAFTING: Carolina, editor of the great family of the White Brotherhood

REFERENCES: www.biodecoding.com

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