There si a silent epidemic stalking the land, afflicting the minds and senses of our children. At its core is a "flight from reality," popularly called autism, and one of the major triggers is conventional vaccinations.
Research offers conflicting and inconclusive explanations as to why autism is growing more like an infectious disease than a genetic neurological disorder, with the rate of children being diagnosed with autism now as high as one in 166. Ten years ago it was one in 2,500, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Many treatments have been proposed for autism, all based on varying theories, from hormonal imbalance, heavy metal poisoning, birth trauma, vaccination shock, thimerosal, to unknown environmental factors. Most seem to address the symptoms of the problem rather than the true underlying causes. If there is a hormonal imbalance, what is causing it? If there are high levels of heavy metals, where are they coming from given that others living in the same environment don't seem to be similarly affected? If vaccinations are involved, how do we remove their impact? If emotional or physical traumas play a role, how ar these to be addressed?
There is a system of medicine called Heilkunst that addresses the true, underlying causes of disease conditions and has an integrated approach to conditions like autism. Heilkunst looks at the individual circumstances of each child, since each case is unique even if many of the causes are similar, and it includes homeopathy as well as drainage, detoxification, diet, supplements, the balancing of the autonomic nervous system, energy work, and fungal treatment.
Heilkunst means the art of making people whole - in body, mind, soul and spirit - and this book sets out its principles and foundations. It can change your life and the life of your child. No one has all the answers, but Heilkunst offers a consistent, comprehensive, integrated approach to transforming autistic children into active, healthy and fully functioning contributors to society.