Bibleway Lifestyle Center is in the cozy village of Mittelsinn in the countryside of northwest Bavaria, Germany. Beautiful nature surrounds us as we are serenaded by the beautiful singing of various birds flying freely in the protected nature sanctuary.
Our center is based on Christian principles. However, we do not force our beliefs on anyone. Nonetheless, we expect those who visit us to respect our principles.
The BioHygieo Naturopathic Lifestyle Center (BHNL) is dedicated to helping those who suffer from lifestyle illnesses. Our specially designed health programs have successfully overcome and reversed many diseases.
BHNL means health restoration using natural remedies. It is the practice of intelligently employing natural energy–whether in chemical or mechanical forms-from nature. The essentials include sunlight, air, water, food, rest, sleep, exercise, cleanliness, cheer, hope, love, joy, and a sense of liberty within our conscience. As Christians, we believe in the effective role of Bible reading and prayer in restoring health.
For ionization* to happen efficiently in the body, all those mentioned above are necessary.
Ionization is God’s law of putting things together and taking them apart ion by ion.
An ion** in its singular anionic form is the smallest amount of ENERGY in God’s creation. Ionization occurs in cells and tissues within our bodies and in our digestive system.
Our BHNL program is designed to help our health guests to make simple, permanent changes in their lifestyle to affect their mental, physical, and spiritual well-being profoundly.
** ION – “I require a term to express those bodies which can pass to the electrodes, or, as they are usually called, the poles.
Substances are frequently spoken of as being electro-negative, or electro-positive, as they go under the supposed influence of a direct attraction to the positive or negative pole.
But these terms are much too significant for the use to which I should have to put them; for though the meanings are perhaps right, they are only hypothetical, and may be wrong; and then, through a very imperceptible, but still very dangerous, because continual, influence, they do great injury to science, by contracting and limiting the habitual view of those engaged in pursuing it.
I propose to distinguish these bodies by calling those anions which go to the anode of the decomposing body; and those passing to the cathode, cations; and when I have occasion to speak of these together, I shall call them ions.” — Michael Faraday; Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1834, 124, 79.