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Claude Sabbah and the Total Biology of Living Creatures


The Total Biology of Living Beings is a concept that was developed by Claude Sabbah, the fruit of over 35 years of experience. In addition to his medical training (as a specialist in oncology, emergency medicine, sports and hyperbaric medicine and psychotherapy), Claude Sabbah is a researcher, NLP practitioner and a teacher and speaker of world renown. Total Biology integrates the knowledge drawn from several areas of medical specialization, recognized scientific research and various observations on the plant, animal and human realms. The concept sheds light and understanding on the normal functioning of a living creature, how it becomes ill and how it is possible for it to regain health and well being.

Dr Hamer has been an important turning point during Claude Sabbah's medical practice with his findings through New Medicine, named today the German New Medicine.  Dr Hamer has discovered the important triad between the Psyche, the Brain and the Body (between 1978 and 1983).  The book "Summary of the New Medicine" written by Dr Hamer can be bought at  In this book, the reader is introduced to Hamer's findings.  One of them is this:

the brain is the central control station and illness is a program that the brain can switch "on" under circumstances of extreme stress or a very significant conflict experienced by a living creature. The brain can switch "off" this same program of illness as soon as the conflict that triggered the creature's illness has been resolved or eliminated.  

Claude Sabbah has applied these findings from 1985.  Since then, with his years of medical practice, his own findings, with the cooperation with many other researchers and scientists... Claude Sabbah has set the concept of Total Biology which integrates: Dr Hamer's New Medicine, Modern Western and Asian Medicine, Observation of the Biological Laws of the Fauna & Flora, Biological Cellular Memorized Cycles, NLP, the concept of the mini-Maxi Schizophrenia, Biogenealogy, personal researches, and many more...

Claude Sabbah during his seminars pays respect to Dr Hamer and his findings; he encourages regularly his students to attend Dr Hamer's seminars.  Some people accuse wrongfully Claude Sabbah of plagiarism because he integrates Hamer's findings.  As a Hamer's student, Claude Sabbah uses Hamer's findings and over the years Claude Sabbah has developped this Concept of Total Biology.  Dr Sabbah honors Dr Hamer who should have already received the Nobel Prize of Medicine (if we were in a "fair" world, soon or later his work will be recockgnize). Total Biology, with its tremendous body knowledge, brings a great understanding on "how to help a person to become aware of the emotional trauma behind any condition and or pattern by connecting the person with its own roots (history, life time-line, project-purpose, to name just a few...)!

When we understand Total Biology, it becomes a great tool to help others...

Through understanding, the final step for the client, is to arrive at a solution to the situation of conflict, either in practice or by overcoming it, and finally by letting go of it.


The goal in therapy is "not to be right", but to use whatever works to help a person accessing his own healing. This is why Total Biology encourages the client to stay in touch with his doctor (conventional western medicine M.D., D.O., ND, etc.) and at the same time use therapies that contribute to his healing and/or solve the emotional trauma behind the condition:  Total Biology, New Medicine, Psychology, Psychoanalysis, to name just a few...

Every percentage of healing within is a reason to celebrate,

no matter what modality has been used by the client.

Rather than criticize another therapy, it is more fruitful to work with it and apply it with a healthy sense of curiosity. Those who follow this path are sure to reap wonderful benefits.


To heal from any illness, it is necessary and sufficient to remove the source of conflict within oneself

"To heal from any illness, it is necessary and sufficient to remove the source of conflict within oneself."
Claude Sabbah