by Hermann Krause
March 14, 2009
"Within 4 weeks the lump in her breast was considerably smaller"
I have lived mainly in Thailand for the last 18 years and I am married to a Thai lady. Since we were not able to have children ourselves, we had a foster-child with us for just over 7 years.
Last year, I had to be in Germany for eight months, which caused a lot of tension between my wife and me. However, this was the only solution, because I had to see to a lot of things in my homeland. Amongst other things, I was finally able to attend a GNM lecture and take part in a seminar. I have been involved with German New Medicine for about four years now and I am thoroughly convinced of it.
About 4 weeks ago, my wife complained about pain in her left breast and let me touch the lump that she had been feeling for a few days. She felt that she had to go to the doctor immediately to get this cleared up. With much patience, I explained to her the Biological Special Program (SBS) of breast cancer and by doing so managed to take away her fear. We then searched our minds for any conflict that could possibly have been responsible for the lump.
Since my wife is right-handed we knew that it must have been a mother/child conflict. Before my departure for Germany we had decided that - since my wife's mother had problems with her kidneys - my wife would bring her to our place and help her change her unhealthy eating patterns. This was a huge success, as she was getting better all the time.
However, after a good four months (in September) she decided to go back to her home where she was again exposed to conventional food. My wife was not able to reconcile herself to her mother's decision, and for a time could not bring herself to communicate with her. This was actually the right thing to do, because in that way she could remove herself from the acute conflict and resolve it. It was hardly surprising, therefore, that her symptom would appear by January/February.
Within 4 weeks of our revealing conversation, my wife noticed that the lump in her breast was considerably smaller, and that the pain had become less within just two weeks. She was ecstatic about this course of events. Today, the lump can hardly be felt anymore, and she trusts entirely that the rest will disappear completely.
It is unimaginable what would have happened, had she turned to conventional medicine (oncology). First she would have had a diagnosis shock, and then inevitable "therapy"!
I am infinitely thankful that I come to understand German New Medicine quite well, and have already had the chance to experience the positive aspects of that invaluable knowledge.
I am sure that GNM will be a considerable part of what is soon going to lead to significant changes in our world, changes towards a more humane future, where materialism will play a subordinate role.
Translated from the original German document
Disclaimer: The information in this testimonial does not replace professional medical advice.