The Way of the Pre-East for Freedom From Controlling Fears, Anger, and Stress

Majid Ali, M.D.

Creating Personal Time and Space for Being With One’s Nature


Disease Is a State of Separation From One’s nature

The best definition of disease, in my view, is a state of separation from one’s nature. The best definition of healing, in this context, is bridging the distance that separates one from one’s self.


The Way of the Pre-East for Fears, Anger, and Stress

My patients have helped me recognize the following seven paths of the Way of the Pre-East:

  1. Being in one’s elements
  2. Breathing one’s own breath
  3. Trusting one’s senses
  4. Healing ethics
  5. Freedom from  divisions of ethnicity, race, and creed
  6. Respect for food
  7. Body movement (spontaneous, non-huffing and non-puffing)

The Way of the Pre-East

Medical technology of the West saves lives in acute Illness but mostly increases suffering long -term in chronic disease. By contrast,  the philosophy and remedies of the East are generally valuable in health preservation but wholly inadequate for treating medical crisis – acute heart failure, acute stroke, kidney failure, acute asthma attacks, pneumonias, and other medical emergencies. Beyond this are the frustrating and worsening clinical problems that cannot be controlled with the best of medical technology of the West and remedies of the East.

My struggle with the limitation of the medicine of the West and the East led me to explore yet other areas with healing potential. My efforts led me to imagine a land in which lived five African grandmothers in a  place I call gransmotherland,  100,000 years or more ago.

My African “grandsmotherland” was a land free of ethnicity, race, and pathology of control. It was free of any “enlightened ones” – pundits, philosophers, preachers, professors, and profiteers. That was a very time long before some “men-of-spirits” arrived to claim lofty a perches – higher ground where lightening storms spoke to them and ordained them as high priests of power. It was a long time before self-annointed men-of spirits proclaimed who owned what and by whom – men’s ownership of women was the prize  they cherished most.

In my imagined African Pre-East, I imagine a possibility of a “Way of the Pre-East” which creates opportunities for a life of health and healing, in one’s elements, following one’s own sense of the nature of existence. Specifically, it opens seven pathways listed above.


Growing One’s Own Guru

The Way of the Pre-East for Health and Healing Learning the Way of the Pre-East for Health and Healing

For individuals intrigued by the possibility of creating a Pre-East for their own health and healing, I present my discussion of such a possibility in my Science, Health, and Healing library of articles, books, videos, and DVDs for learning the Way of the Pre-East for Health and Healing. This encyclopedia includes several FREE courses on various subjects, and is posted on the following web sites:

  1. http://www.alihealing.org
  2. http://www.aliacademy.org
  3. http://www.alidiabetes.org
  4. http://www.Aliscience.org

The running theme in all my imagined Pre-East is that individuals interested in the subjects can only create their Pre-East. Specifically, no one can live in my Pre-East. The Pre-East that anyone might want to visit can only be imagined by that individual. will create they will create,


The Healing Way Medicine the Pre-East

I do not need to belabor my point that the remedies of the East are wholly inadequate for treating medical crisis – acute heart failure, acute stroke, kidney failure, acute asthma attacks, pneumonias, and other medical emergencies.

The Medicine of the West – Excellent for Acute Illness, Essentially Bad for Chronic Illness

The value of the medical technology of the West for crisis management of acute illness is not open to debate. The facts speak for themselves.


Wordsof My Shared African Grandmothers

I imagine a place called gradmothers’ land in which lived a tribe of grandmothers – a place in Rift Valley. A hundred thousand years ago or earlier my  shared African grandmothers lived true to their elements. Their words reach me as clearly as today as when spoken: Listen to Everyone and Honor the Words If They Unite. Shun The Words That Divide Politely If  They Divide.


God of My Shared African Grandmothers was No Holier Than Gods of Others

My Afro Grandmas shared their breath with people, plants, animals around them, beneath a shared sky and on a shared land benealth them. They were mothers before becoming grandmothers – conceiving babies, carrying them, nursing them, protecting them, nurturing them among their elements. When the babies became young girls and men, they helped the youngsters to make sense of elements around them as well as their changing bodies.


When not threatened by physical dangers, our shared African grandmothers lived with native elemental serenity, in equilibrium with their elements, born of nature, blended with nature, at peace with what they knew of their grandmothers returning back to the earth.


Girls, Boys, Young Women and Men of My Grandmotherland

I imagine my African “gransmotherland” was a land free of pundits, philosophers, preachers, professors, and profiteers. That was a very time long before some “men-of-spirits” arrived to claim lofty a perches – higher ground where lightening storms spoke to them and ordained them as high priests of power. It was a long time before self-annointed men-of spirits proclaimed who owned what and by whom – men’s ownership of women was the prize  they cherished most.


Women of My Grandmotherland Were Not Atheists, Nor Agnostics

I saw a documentary in New York Society of Ethical Culture about athieism. The preoccupation of this documentary was to proclaim that the easiet way to become a better human is to denounce all religions and God. Then the film-maket spoke to put what he thought was the final nail in the coffin of all religions.

Interesting idea! I whispered to Talat, my wife. Some people claim to become superior humans by denying a belief of others, not by doing anything. She asked me to raise that point. I didn’t think that “ethicist” would be open to that consideration. His mind was made up.

As for chronic illness, drugs and medical procedures of the West simply do not address the three root causes of chronic illness, nor do they control the three primary mechanisms of molecular and tissue damage:

Three Root Causes of Chronic Illness

  1. Fear
  2. Anger
  3. Absence of Curiosity

Three Primary Mechanisms of Tissue Injury

  1. Gut fermentation
  2. Dysfunctional oxygen functions
  3. Insulin toxicity

In over 2100 videos, over 4,000 articles and essays, and my 35 books, I present an enormous body of information to support the above statements.


The Medicine of the East- Often Good for Chronic Illness, Inadequate for Acute Illness

I do not need to belabor my point that the remedies of the East are wholly inadequate for treating medical crisis – acute heart failure, acute stroke, kidney failure, acute asthma attacks, pneumonias, and other medical emergencies.

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