By Marie A. Boularand. Have you ever asked yourself why one would develop breast cancer and not a liver or colon cancer? Why on the left breast and not on the right breast? And what about metastasis? What are their real cause beyond the medical statement that some cancerous cells travel in the blood vessels… Continue reading Breast Cancer: a Logical Survival Program
By Christian Flèche. Christian Flèche answers a question asked by one of the online students. From reading books about the psychosomatic origins of disease, this student understands that symptoms only appear during the recovery/repair phase. From this statement, she asks if it's still worth understanding the meaning of the symptom and work on resolving the… Continue reading Active Symptoms vs. Recovery Symptoms
By Christian Flèche In addition to addressing the emotional cause of vitiligo from a Biodecoding standpoint, Christian Flèche explains what to do in order to not pass on our disease programs to the next generation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER4L573LzQM
By Christian Flèche. Today I’d like to approach health from a Biodecoding® standpoint. First, I want to emphasize the fact that Biodecoding® relies on a new paradigm, a new way of thinking, a new belief, another way of approaching disease. As a matter of fact, each of us chooses our treatment according to our beliefs:… Continue reading Disease: an Adjustment to Reality
This is a 3-part video series where Christian Flèche explains how he approaches them from a Biodecoding standpoint. Part 1 - Genetic diseases How does Biodecoding approach genetic diseases? Are genes the cause of disease or the consequence? When does our life really start? Can our genetic code change and be re-organized? In light of… Continue reading Decoding Genetic Diseases
Christian Flèche answers a reader's question from a Biodecoding® standpoint: What is the emotional cause of endometriosis?
In this video, Christian Flèche answers a viewer's question: How can cancer be a friend, a useful disease? He talks about lung cancer and liver cancer.