Associating the expertise of Eduard Van Den Bogaert, homeopathic doctor, and Judith Blondiau-Van Den Bogaert, medical coach, the Cooperative Sensitive Medecine reconnects the patients to their own power of self healing and invites them back at the center of their life.
In a french speaking belgian town, Eduard and Judith encourage us to be experts of our own existence. Eduard is a doctor with an atypical career who has always been taking the time to listen to his patients and look with them into the real cause of their illnesses. He transmits the intuitive nature and the wisdom of homeopathy while incorporating values such as humility and gratitude: asking the reigns of the living for permission before taking any remedy, expressing our thanks. Mindful of sticking to the biological reality of illnesses, Eduard helps to decode and to reprogram illnesses into health states. As a certified translator and exceptional storyteller specialized in the awakening of one’s potential, Judith is passionate about the deepening of genealogic ties while making sure that these lessons are assimilated at the level of the body.
In the medical healing process that they practice together, investigation and healing tools abound: research around the perinatal state and the genealogy, movements with the Light Sensitive Dance through the 7 reigns of the living (astral, mineral, myco-bacterio-viral, plant, human, animal and spiritual), healing pyramid decrypting the life context, perceptions, beliefs. The investigation begins by spotting how each individual is included in their family history. Our parents’ contexts of life when they met and then from our conception to our birth are factors that do condition our existence, program our brain and (partially) make us who we are (gifts, strategies of success and failure, illnesses, drama). A search about perinatal states helps us to understand and put an end to repetitive and harsh scenarios of life.
Drawing our family tree in two minutes says a lot about how we interact with the world around us, through the internal representation that we have of our family. This tree is like a brain scanner: every mistake, every omission shows the space occupied by each family member in our unconscious. Is my family gendered? Is there a link between my parents and I? As I am playing along, Judith helps me decode this quick version of my family tree: “In your drawing, the place given to the generations is almost identical. The burden of a generation doesn’t necessarily have more impact than another. In the top part of your tree, you left a white and empty space, there is quite a lot of space there revealing the importance dedicated to the ancestors. The space where you put yourself indicates a good inner structure within the family and that you are aware of being the fruit of 2 clans. Between couples I can notice that there are no signs of union. Relationships seem difficult, if not violent”. In my genealogy, just like in the one of many others, having a successful marriage or relationship seems to be like going through an obstacle course. Some couples stayed together for the descendance, others stayed because of the norm whereas others got married out of obligation, like my paternal grandmother who was pregnant when she got married. Finding information about child-mothers as well as the dates of their wedding and children’s birthdays always says a lot about past situations. With Judith’s questions, I realized that I ignore the causes of the death of quite a few family members. Judith tells me: “We call this an area of mini maxi schizophrenia: it surrounds a piece of information which would have severe consequences if it were to be known”. Working to re-design the genealogic tree and replace each family member within the space they belong to is allowing bringing quite a lot of information back to the conscious.
Investigating our own story
The memories of our ancestors stay within us. By weaving our story through 4 generations (from the child all the way to the great grandparents) and by investigating each family member’s love, family and professional life, we uncover the tree’s overall state of being and the numerous details that resonate with our own existence. For five weeks, I have investigated on my tree. I gathered quite a lot of information from other family members and documents about my ascendants. I created fact sheets for each with their date of birth, date of death, profession, illnesses, weddings, hobbies as well as their biggest struggle and their biggest victories. Everything is then speaking for itself within a tree: divorces, widowhood, celibacy, dramatic events (fatal accidents, suicides, genocides, and so on), economic situations (bankruptcies, poverty), repetitive patterns (illnesses, dates, names). Getting interested in our ancestors’ lives can also concern their strengths, their gifts, their successes and the blessed events in their lives. We can then call on their resources and get inspired by it. What family member dared to let the artistic vibe we feel boiling within us run wild? Who had the bravery to break away from social norms and divorce at a time when it was considered wrong and inappropriate?
The symptom as a revelation
In my case, these investigations allowed me to trace the non-conscious bond I had with my great uncle who was a prisoner of war. He was thought to be dead but came back alive from war, against all odds. This bond manifested itself during several stages of my life (illness, sudden weight loss, connection with the railway network). Not to mention the connection between him and varicose veins, with the idea of waiting for someone or something’s return. Varicose veins are a symptom that many women on my father’s side suffer from and which I decided to work on with Judith. Illness has an evolutive function which compensates for the temporary lack of wisdom. Approaching the family tree through a symptom allows to have a direction in the investigation and to structure various elements.
Authors are proposing leads: what is to be found by the dilatation of the vein? Is it courage, a way out of misery, inspiration for a masterpiece, luck? What do we expect in return when we give to others? In my friendships and relationships, I have been repeatedly confronted to the mourning of a return of affection and learned how to give to others without expecting anything in return. I have also done a great deal of inner work in terms of emotional dependence. So far, and 2 years after my investigation, I have only had to work on a single varicose vein on my left leg. The symptom has ceased for the moment as I was unveiling various layers of non-conscious programs (I still fly with special ties though). In the varicose vein, there is also the idea of movement and flow to pump blue blood (some nobility) towards the heart, towards home, which reminds of the lost nobility of my paternal clan. Moreover, “veins are generally more sensitive to the idea of powerless depreciation related to a serious issue in the family, with the notion of having to purify and eliminate. For it’s through the veins that we are able to purify the oxidized blood and bring it back to the lungs to oxygenate it once again”. It is certain I have come on Earth to do a lot of cleansing, inside and out, in the spiritual and physical world. For a decade, I have been sorting, emptying, throwing or giving away numerous goods which belonged to me or others as I was operating a deep cleanse in invisible layers of reality. As I am accessing higher vibrations and expanding my consciousness, it has become necessary to continue this cleaning as it goes, and to do a check-up every once in a while about the material goods around me. “The purpose of veins is to bring everyone home, the whole family, the separated children. A vein disease may be an indicator that the individual is finding it hard to return home and bring everything back to the heart, in other words the nest in the middle of their homeland. It’s the tragedy of the impossible return home“. Since then, I have also returned home. It was part of the “hero’s” journey, who answers the call to return home with everything he has learned as ammunition.
When realizing that what we suffer from is partially biologically programmed and that it’s possible for us to alter things, hope comes back. The family tree doesn’t belong to the past, it’s well and truly alive and it lives on through us. Who else but ourselves has experienced this? This act of questioning allows to look at life with a new gaze and move forward on the path of healing personal and ancestral wounds.
Going further: calendar of activities at www.evidences.be
Sincere and deep thanks to Judith
26th August 2018: launching of their new book Psychogénéalogie (fr) (firstname.lastname@example.org)