What is lyme disease caused by? It is believed that it is caused by a bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi which is passed from ticks biting people or animals.
The first symptoms of Lyme disease were first believed to be rheumatoid arthritis discovered in an unusual grouping of affected children near Lyme Connecticut.
Later symptoms of Lyme disease are heart problems, fatigue, chronic pain, arthritis, stomach and intestinal disorders.
The signs symptoms of lyme disease can be different from person to person. Some people have the bacterium and never develop the illness, while others develop the illness without ever being bitten by a tick.
In order to get the disease both the bacterium along with the underlying emotional conflicts must be present. This is a healing phase syndrome. This disease often hits immigrants or children of immigrants. It involves a break in the family, chronic homesickness, or a separation conflict from the family clan. Have you have been adopted or do not feel like you belong in your family?
Was there a big clash in your family clan? Did you go through an unpleasant change of profession?
As with all auto-immune disorders, the elephant in the living room are feelings of unworthiness.
These feelings can be handed down through the family tree.
Perhaps you are or have been surrounded by people that are harsh and critical? Are you harsh with yourself?
These are some of the things of what causes Lyme disease, however the causes like the symptoms, vary from person to person.
Samuel, 44. a professional light worker, had no conscious feelings of unworthiness. We went back 3 generations to the first immigrants of his family, his grandparents. His grandparents fled Russia during the time of the pogroms against the Jews. He had never met his grandparents as they all passed before he was born.
We worked on the upheaval that his ancestors must have experienced.
He was cured in only one session. Unfortunately his wife passed with Lyme Disease before he worked with me. We went into her history and her mother left Italy for the USA in a big huff and never again communicated with her family.
An interesting case from archaeology: Otzi, the Ice man had the first known case of Lyme disease. His DNA showed a connection to Corsica. Apparently he had family problems too. His feelings of being devalued may have contributed to personality problems and may have led to his murder?