Lousky medicines

Lousky medicines

By Dr. Dany Lousky

Lousky medicines are one of the five main characteristics of the format of integrated medicine. Lousky medicines are simple human actions, such as sleeping, showering, positive thinking, good deeds, hugging, kissing, love, sexual relations, walking, visiting new places, etc. In each one of the human actions there is the desire to give and the desire to receive, so that it is possible to direct to acceptance or to giving. Every human action enables practice, training, maintenance, improvement, or correction of each one of the 32 intelligences. The awareness of the desire to receive and the desire to give in every action is what motivates the power of life (the free will) and makes every simple human action a medicine (Lousky, 2005). Lousky medicines are instruments for the prevention of mishaps and illnesses and medicines for healing in integrated medicine.
Lousky medicines are a product of the intelligences and are given for the purpose of the training of the intelligences. Understanding the role of each one of the intelligences (see the chapter on the 32 intelligences) will enable adjustment of the medicines to the intelligences. Intelligences are abilities or life skills (Gardner, 1996).
The four stages for assessment and treatment through the 32 intelligences: the ability to identify lack in emotional dimension, the ability to define desire in the spiritual dimension, the ability to change approach in the intellectual dimension, and the ability to determines goals and implement them in the physical dimension (Lousky, 2005). The training and practice of intelligences need to produce products measurable by three standards: change in the physical state (world), change over time (year), and change in essentialness and joy in life (mind/soul). “…Three progenitors and their offspring, namely: the seven planets and their hosts, and the twelve oblique points. To confirm this there are faithful witnesses; the world, year and man …” (The Book of Creation, 6:42).
Every person has 32 intelligences at a varying dosage and a unique degree. The personal profile of the intelligences of every person constitutes the unique language with which he functions and in which he excels. The human abilities develop through the neurological relations and electrical currents. The neurons are like the intelligences, they are physical entities that can be developed using different means and they respond as do the muscles in the body, responding to training and practice. Using practice, it is possible to develop the network of neurons and neurological connections in the mind and in every part of the body, which are required for learning, for optimal and balanced exploitation of the potential of the 32 intelligences. The awareness of the desire to receive and the desire to give in every action is what motivates the force of life (free will) and makes every simple human action into a ‘medicine’ (Lousky, 2005).
Table number 4, titled Lousky medicines, presents simple human actions, according to the intelligences. Training and practice of simple actions will allow the strengthening or correction of intelligences. For every intelligence it is possible to develop many additional ‘medicines’. This table presents one possibility for every intelligence, for the purpose of exemplification.