A Balanced Approach to Wellness

Psoriasis

Why is turning on oneself a way for survival?

Autoimmunity seems to be mutiny, but it is actually forceful adaptation. Constant and varying, the adaptation occurs and it signals and b-e-l-l-o-w-s and ROARS and booms a message of distress and warning.

The adaptation develops differently for each person, using genetic makeup and psycho-affective-physical state to initiate adaptation. Adaptation is forced because of survival. Without the adaptation, the body cannot handle the trauma, extended bombardment of emotional distress, illness-induced agitation of the genetic makeup or psycho-affective-physical state, or extended bombardment of abusive treatment that it experiences.

Adaptation is forced so that these overwhelming causation factors listed above can be changed. Without changing the autoimmune disorder factors, the body would become unable to protect itself.

Autoimmunity is not mutiny, because it is a protective, natural changing of bodily functioning. The appearance of an autoimmune disorder is not without a cause, no matter how random it may appear to be.

There are similarities among autoimmune disorders. There are also differences, because each person is affected in an only-to-me way. The similarities suggest definable presentations and characteristics, but they actually reflect variations of changes that are bounded by physiology and human functioning. The differences reflect uniqueness that is inherent in the forced adaptations.

Autoimmune disorders cannot be removed from the body, because they have become part of the body. They can be detrimental when they are not accepted as the body’s way of handling the causation factors and are not approached from tolerant and healing outlooks.

Autoimmune disorders cannot be reversed, but proper care can reduce their severity. The blog post “Autoimmune healing!” contains ideas and wisdom to inhibit autoimmune responses.

The hidden aspects of autoimmunity have been explained here. The guidance is from Spirit and the next steps are for humans.

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