Your generation is the one that will make the link between psychology and biology. (Sigmund Freud)


The history of the embryological and phylogeny evolution appears to be the key to the prodigious order which rules medicine and biology, both in the spheres of animal and human behavior. Considered hostile, disease appears as a sign of a temporary alteration of our organism, as a constant and synchronized modification on three levels (psyche, brain and organ), the three aspects of a single reality. All three always go hand in hand; they all evolve at the same speed.

Psyche: totality of all programs of adaptation to the external world.

Brain: Interface between the external world and the internal world, between the abstract and the concrete.

Organs: Totality of all the results from these operations. It is a new biological vision. The distinction between the psyche, the brain and the organ is conceptual. In reality, all is one and one is not conceivable without the other.

There is a specific behavioral programming particular to each animal: the duck does not have a conflict with water; the mouse will have a conflict of fear of smoke while the hamster, which lives underground, does not have it; it is not programmed with it. Our approach is based on the behavioral and biological conflicts. In our biology, everything has its place: the other humans, the plants, the universe. In fact, we behave like animals without knowing it, often denying it. Yet we die from archaic conflicts.

The “food” conflict, for instance, differs from one species to another. In humans, the equivalent conflict is more or less transformed and sublimated. Our conflicts always refer to a biological and ethological archaic prototype. By mobilizing the entire being under the impact of the bio-shock, dis-ease has a very precise purpose while mobilizing all the living forces in order to optimize our chance of survival. Disease is far from being archaic and from belonging to any system.

Disease is not a mistake, a misrouting, an error, a misunderstanding or a cellular control failure; it has a purpose and fits into nature’s general plan as a useful element. Biologically anchored conflicts meet three defined laws and fall under instructions engrained in the individual’s brain, which make possible automatic conflictual behavior. The human and the animal behave according to a model or a program specific to their species. Faced with this cerebral code of behavior, there is a well-defined biological conflictual behavior. We cannot expect to avoid conflicts; indeed, the biological conflict is inherent in nature, it is neither good nor bad, it is just a means for the species preservation.

“We would be happier if we lived according to our brain’s code. We think that we think but everything is thought for us! ”