Key Core Concepts >
Anything is possible, but not if we hang
onto the past. In fact, the harder we try to strengthen our
hold on the past, the more it warps into a grotesque monster
under the pressure of our grip. Such is the amazing evolution
The human body is shaped by invisible forces,
most importantly, the genetic-etheric blueprint. This energetic/informational
plan stands behind the physical world and gently guides our
broken bones and lacerated tissues back to health. This acts
as a “strange attraactor” of chaos theory, bringing
an order of physical health and wholeness out of the chaos of
injury and illness.
The elusive but ubiquitous etheric blueprint
is not the only force acting.
60 Hz power, cell phones, stress, unfulfilled desires, social
imperatives, and junk food are extremely powerful forces that
work continuously to muck up the work of the etheric blueprint.
We have all had pains and disorders that
appear out of nowhere and vanish just as quickly. If they stuck
around, we might call them chronic illness.
Even when they come and go within a day, we judge them as “bad.”
Strange attractors work in elusive ways,
often bringing us to a higher state of order, but with a few
aspects that defy completing that state of order, much as an
out-of-tune instrument prevents the orchestra from coming into
harmony. When a strange attractor is working to bring health,
we might have a sudden release of aluminum from the brain, the
shattering of a long standing, but dysfunctional relationship,
or the emergence of a Hitler to release long standing social
injustice by fighting and losing a war. During healing, we can
expect disharmonious aspects of unexpected to be rejected from
the body, through the skin, sinuses, eliminative organs, or
through our interpersonal relationships or tastes.
Many alternative practitioners, most notably
classical homeopaths, believe that “palliative”
therapies, those that relieve symptoms and not causes, frequently
cause acute problems to become chronic by thwarting or confusing
the activity of the organizing field in its effort to bring
the person to a higher order of development. By hiding a symptom
through long-term drug therapy, or inhibiting an elimination
necessary for a transformation, we can thwart our body’s
effort to throw off the underlying pattern and it becomes even
more crystallized, externalizing as a chronic disease, that
can apparently call for yet more palliative pharmaceuticals.
Chaos Therapy is all about working
with the body’s organizing field, acknowledging we don’t
understand it’s plan, yet working to break up long-standing
cyclic patterns, freeing up energy and structure for whatever
possibilities emerge in our future.