Microorganisms – friends and enemies of man

Microorganisms – friends and enemies of man

Biological human body is the repository of a great number of microorganisms. According to scientists, each of us has no less than a hundred trillion microscopic creatures, and their total weight is about 3 kg.

Now the main goal of microbiologists is to establish what kind of bacteria will help a man to restore health. It is assumed that at least 50 types of diseases will be treatable by microorganisms. But it is quite difficult for scientists to figure out how to make friends with those communities who are able to help us. All because the bond between humans and microorganisms is outside of the atomic-molecular, biophysical indicators. This relationship can be explained with the help of Iissiidiology, but more on that later. First, let’s look at the biophysical relationship observed by scientists.

The community of all bacteria, for which the human body is a house, a lodgment, is called the microbiome. It has been experimentally proven already that the following things depend on microbiome:

  • how the digestive system of man works;
  • what his mood is;
  • whether he is prone to weight gain;
  • what his eating habits are;
  • how well he can develop mentally.

This list could continue, but the main conclusion is that we as humans are very dependent on an invisible army of little creatures! I think many felt their impact when faced with such unpleasant phenomena as the dysbiosis. The only way to cure it is to supplement the composition of the bacteria through the intake of certain medications.

Also the relationship between the quality of the intestinal microflora and the human tendency to be overweight have been determined. People who are overweight are dominated by Firmicutes bacteria, and those with normal body type have more micro-organisms called Bacteroidetes. So the first ones often experience difficulty to reduce weight even doing a lot of effort for that.

But researchers from Columbia University have found that people with chronic fatigue syndrome (there’s about 2.6% of those on the planet) have the composition of the microbiome of the intestine not coinciding with healthy people. Also the changed microflora is observed in patients with Alzheimer’s, children with autism.

Facing violations of the microflora, we wonder why did this happen to us? Violations occur not only because of the improper diet, infection of the body and other biological factors. In the mind of the particular person there is something in common with the set of microorganisms that inhabit his body.

Iissiidiology explains the relationship of humans and other creatures, including bacteria. It is based on the postulate of awareness of all beings, including microscopic ones. Since bacteria have consciousness, so they purposefully build their lives. We co-exist, moreover, our biological body would not be able to function without them. What unites our consciousnesses?

Human consciousness is a set of information characteristics, Qualities (Pure Cosmic Qualities), which is common to all homo sapiens. Consciousnesses of micro-organisms are the sets of other Qualities. At least one Quality must be common in the minds of a human and a bacterium, so they could coexist. Further, the Aspects, sub-Aspects of the Qualities discord or resonate with the Aspects, sub-Aspects of the other Qualities. Symbiosis with microorganisms means commonness, resonationness of the Aspects of the Qualities in the human and microbiome “sets”. A pathogenic effect of microorganisms means that some Aspects of their Qualities (in their minds) are strongly discordant with the Aspects of the Qualities in the mind of this man; that is why he feels bad.

The word “Qualities” here does not refer to a particular character. This is an extensive set of informational attributes that constitute the consciousness of any creature in the Universe. If you are interested in what Qualities are from the point of view of Iissiidiology, you can read about it on this page.

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