In the logo image you can see two Triads facing each other. The Triad on the left represents German New Medicine while the Triad on the right signifies Alternative Medicine Therapies.
The Triads serve as comprehensive aids for both the casual and avid reader searching for answers to their health concerns. In addition, practitioners may be interested in German New Medicine and how it could be incorporated into their practice.
The seven energy centers or chakras are in seven different layers of color and refer to seven emotional areas. Whenever we process in consciousness either Biological and/or Psychological conflicts, one or more of these seven emotional areas are active depending upon the intensity of the conflict.
The spinal column represents the chiropractic portion and other disciplines that deal with the spinal column.
The white outline in this logo contains all the organs and tissues of the body.
It has been said “a picture is worth a thousand words.” In my practice, I believe I reveal the secrets of the universe. Since 1999 and my first exposure to the German New Medicine in Europe, I have believed that German New Medicine may be one of man’s greatest scientific discoveries. I can truly say, in all my years in the health field, I have never encountered such a complete system that addresses the cause and understanding of biological programs developed through evolution.
Once you are familiar with this natural science, you will not look at illness as merely a disease. You will begin to understand how we all have a meaningful biological program associated with nature. Dr. Hamer, the founder of German New Medicine, states that if traditional and alternative medicine truly understood the rhythm of the two main segments of our nervous system, i. e. sympathetic (flight or fight) and parasympathetic (eat or sleep), a true comprehension of major disease would result. This structure applies not only to humans but also to plants and animals.
The Two Triads Logo may serve as a reference point for the established practitioner and those interested in the healing arts. I profess that this is not a complete logo of “all things under the sun”. However, I believe it is a tool that may put German New Medicine and Alternative Medicine in perspective. In German New Medicine traditional or alternative medicine practitioners are not expected to stop practicing in their field of expertise and they do not need to exclusively adhere to the German New Medicine principles. However, it is important to note that the German New Medicine is a separate entity and stands on its own.
If I had to give everything for just one system, my choice would be German New Medicine and I truly am grateful to Dr. Hamer to be able to use and teach this to students as well as other practitioners.