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"Love Heals, Hate Kills": The Precious Lessons Of A Genius In Medicine

"Love Heals, Hate Kills": The Precious Lessons Of A Genius In Medicine

"Love heals, hate kills" is the mythical phrase of Dr. Jacinto Convit, a renowned Venezuelan dermatologist who has dedicated his life to caring for his patients by bringing them, first and foremost, the well-being they needed. This genius of medicine was largely involved in leprosy vaccine research and was one of the few doctors, making it a point of honor to help needy patients; he has been described as "the doctor of the poor" in all the years in which he had exercised his profession with all his heart and compassion.

Hate kills
It is no wonder that a foundation on behalf of the Jacinto Convit Wold Organization was created, inspired by the caring vision of this science professional and committed to research, development and access to health care. to the poor. Thus, the teaching of the famous professor, concerning the impact of love on the life of every human being is the main imprint marking the culmination of this foundation.

The preception of Dr. Jacinto Convit
According to the famous doctor, love has the power to heal while hate tends to lead to a state of dejection and deep sadness that can paralyze and annihilate the person who suffers. Which dejection will inevitably lead to an anxious and depressed state, slowly killing our mind and our body.

The power of love is immeasurable to the extent that it renews and restores every fractured part of us, whether physical or emotional. As the author Leo Buscaglia has said: "love and self are one and the discovery of one or the other is the realization of one and the other". In other words, love is part of us, our foundation and we are simply boundless love, at the heart of our being and our authentic self.

To express this love and to externalize it through our actions and our thoughts, is to say, to spread positive feelings around us and to remain connected with our authentic nature, which will allow us to be permanently in a state of comfort with a body reinforced with positive energy, essential to its vitality and a spirit animated by a harmony of thoughts.

Thus, the love that we experience and release releases the internal dissonance, since all the cells of the body remain on the lookout for this state of natural healing. Which healing happens when we adjust with our mental and emotional cadence to match the love that naturally inhabits us.

Love, a healing agent
Love has also been of interest to many spiritual masters including Rumi. As he has correctly quoted, "love is a remedy, love is power, love is the magic of change, love is the mirror of divine beauty." To summarize, love is healing because its energy frequency is much higher than all other emotions. Also, it is essential to return to the source of our soul and our being to access the healing of the mind and the recovery of the body. By breaking contact with this wisdom and identifying with anxiety and fear, we will only be able to create a mistaken mental image thereby creating disease.

In the same context, Dr. David Hawkins, a psychiatrist and physicist states, "A loving thought heals and a negative thought creates disease." Thus, by choosing the culture of love in our thoughts, we allow the release of endorphins by the brain, which consequently has a significant effect on the health and happiness of the body and mind.

Hate a path to discomfort
Hatred generates negative vibrations that affect the consciousness. The result is a destruction of tranquility and the appeasement of the mind which consequently induces that of the body. Hatred is a strong enough emotion that can give way to it, causing discomfort to destroy both mental and physical health.

All feelings of hatred, such as resentment or resentment plunge us into a state of emotional hurt that most people have difficulty in externalizing. It remains in us like a poison that destroys our mind and body over time.

The psychological and physical damage is such that it will be a hindrance to our development and our constitution and unbalance the hormonal system of our body. Carsten Wrosch, from Concordia University, explains that in adapting to difficult life situations, we protect ourselves from the after-effects, which remain harmful to our psychological, biological and physical health, such as depression, deregulation of cortisol or chronic diseases.

Forgive and forget, eliminate the cause of our bitterness and listen to our heart and what it has to teach us, we will come out much more winners.