The Definition of Normality and Abnormality (Malady)
Based on the Interuniversalism, normality is defined as being in harmony with the ecosystem and being in line with the goal that the ecosystem is following. Humankind, as a tiny member of this set-up, must play his/her role appropriately. Again based on Interuniversalism, abnormality (malady) refers to any type of disorder, blockage, damage or imbalance in any of the infinite constituents of man’s existence.
If we accept the definition of malady in accordance with the Interuniversalistic approach, in that case diagnosis of maladies [by a human being] would be something unlikely and impossible. One of the reasons for having so many variations and specialized fields of treatment in conventional medicine are to help achieving a more accurate diagnosis as well as implementing a more applicable treating procedure. Therefore, in order to facilitate a more accurate diagnosis, a common field of therapy is divided into as many subcategories and specialties as possible. Nevertheless, still in most cases different diagnosis and opinions are offered regarding an individual’s disorder.
In Faradarmani, treatment is made in line with the Interuniversalistic definition of malady. Through this complementary and alternative method and Faradarmani, and quite unlike other medical fields, neither the diagnosis nor its treatment is attained by a human being and the therapist plays no crucial role in the process. The diagnosis, free from any human initiative or even intervention, takes place principally by the grand Consciousness which Scans (investigates) the patient, and subsequently diagnoses and locates the defected constituents and treats them.
As explained below, man comprises of infinite different constituents therefore scanning and correcting the defected parts is only possible with the help of this grand consciousness.
A Brief Definition of the Dimensions of Human Existence
As mentioned, in Faradarmani defining the dimensions of human existence is a function of the Interuniversalistic approach that has an all-inclusive prospect upon human. Within this perspective, human dimensions are viewed as countless, comprised of various counts of software and hardware fragments. The entire hardware components are eventually managed and controlled by a software compartment.
Some of human constituents are:
1– Diverse bodies including the Physical body, Emotional body (Psychological body or psych), Mental body (Mind/Zehn), Astral body and so on.
2– Various energy transformers namely known as “Chakra”.
3– Numerous energy channels like those of limited, restricted or the fourteen non-physiological channels in the body as investigated and studied in acupuncture.
4– Varied energy fields surrounding the body such as polarity field, bio-plasma field and so on.
5– Components such as cellular intelligence, molecular frequency, several software constituents, and an infinite number of other unidentified elements.
In the Interuniversalistic approach, each constituent is studied in relation to other constituents. Physique, Psyche, Mind (Zehn), different bodies and other human existential constituents are interrelated, where any impairment to one part could damage others. Subsequently any exact diagnosis and/or even locating the particular defected constituent [by human beings] would be out of question.
Here only an intelligent system with thorough competence, via a precise scanning, could diagnose and cure any defected part. Such a superb conscious grid, known as the Interuniversal Consciousness Network or Interuniversal Consciousness is being used in Faradarmani that similar to a Cosmic Internet, this all-encompassing consciousness governing the universe has covered up all its constituent elements and subsets by intelligence/consciousness.