A: For most, does Alzheimer’s become a self-karma, as it becomes a type of abdication of the life. If the fragment chooses to pursue this course in order to fulfill a cared for/caretaker monad, than it is only karmic if one of the participants is not cared for if one ends the life prematurely. For if all internal monads are not completed and the life is ended, then will a short life be required in order to finish those internal monads left undone.
That the internal monads can be done even though the connection with the mental body is broken, is true. For the emotional connections remain. This allows the fragment to still feel the experience and this is one of the purposes of such a choice (as Alzheimer’s). For by eliminating the use of, the connection with. the mental body do you force yourself to feel the experience using the emotional and instinctive centers.
That the primary cause of Alzheimer’s is the abdication of the life, is true, however, it is not the only cause. There is also the need to experience those dual monads such as cared for/caretaker and one such way is through the creation of Alzheimer’s in the body. Also is there the choice to experience life through the emotional and instinctual centers only. Therefore, is this disease used to cut off the connections with the intellectual center.
If the first reason is selected, then is self-karma normally created, for in abdicating the life, do you also abdicate all the goals, tasks and lessons that go with it. If, however, the abdication is not completed before the internal monads are completed, then will no self-karmas be incurred. If all internal monads are completed and the life abdicated, is it merely a choice, not an imbalance.
If a dual monad is to be shared, then again, must all the internal monads be completed and the part of caretaker completed in a manner satisfactory to both participants for the monad to be complete.
If the fragment wishes to experience the remainder of the life without the intellectual center functioning, then would the contracting of Alzheimer’s be one choice. For this would preclude any reasonable connection being made with the mental body.
Traumatic head injuries are another way in which someone may cause their mental body to be disconnected. For if they damage the physical brain to a degree where the connection between physical brain and essence mind are no longer possible, then again do they have to conclude the life with only the instinctive and emotional centers in which to experience the life.
So, although Alzheimer’s is a “disease” to those who study it, it is truly a choice made by essence to sever the connection between the physical brain and the mental body.
We see Alzheimer’s as the physical reaction to those chemicals that no longer aid the body, so do they begin to build within the neurological-electrical centers. This is caused by the fragment’s rejection of the current life,. For it no longer wishes to continue with the life, yet neither does the fragment wish to die. This causes a blocking of the neurological pathways, returning the fragment to those “times” when life seemed less harsh and less painful.