Valeriy Sinelnikov, “Love Your Disease”, The Way to Get Healthy and Experience the Joy of Life, -Kharkov, 2013,-320 p.

“Dear Sir, I’ve read your book as thoroughly as possible and I’m familiar with the topic you espouse on which you’ve based your philosophy and teachings. In a perfect world in which people live, work, have friends and ideal environment, clean, unpolished without real stress and having the luxury to spend time and effort to understand the ailments and diseases which are now so prevalent among us.

If it were as easy “to subconsciously” recognise the fact that these diseases as you call them, spring from within our own psyche. If we recognise this as such than it’s easy so to speak to cure and overcome them.

I have to disagree with the methodology you use to diagnose and address these so called “diseases” as you said: “Love your Disease”.

Having studied psychology and read about how the mind can influence our behaviour and can cause diseases and conditions to worsen, I understand the limitations of this way of thinking.

In life depending on each person’s fill of activities and profession which can lead to the occupational risks, hazards, health issues stemming from them.

Example No.1 A gentleman who is exposed to a toxic work environment from which he is unable to leave because of the personal circumstances, is exposing himself to immediate or chronic , long-term health issues. Prime example is asbestos workers, whose damage to the lungs is permanent.

Miners who work underground that have black lung diseases because they did not have proper breathing apparatuses. 

Finally, the people who worked in Chernobyl, putting down the fire, and were exposed to deadly radiation levels.

What can you say about those people?

Their health issues did not originate from the subconsciousness level within them. It was outside circumstances which were to destroy them, ruin their health.

No positive thoughts, wishes or prayers could change this.

What’s the point to talk about the subconsciousness, if the consciousness of some people detached from the reality of every day life?

Oversimplifications in diagnosing diseases is not the answer.”

James Holly

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