Servants to Humanity
QVIUS established the degree credential; Disciplined in Dynamic Integral Medica (D.D.I.M.). This credential has been presented to a select group of physicians who have taken it upon themselves to acquire the healing skills needed to take on this noble challenge, and have demonstrated a willingness to function as a Servant to Humanity. This initial group of physicians serves as a template for those to follow.
A New Kind of Health Care Professional
Health care professionals with acceptable degrees as physicians are granted the credential: Disciplined in Dynamic Integral Medica (D.D.I.M.). The degree Doctor of Dynamic Integral Medica (D.D.I.M.) is granted to those who have successfully completed the Somiatry curriculum. The Somiatry Physician is not a medical physician, but rather healing physicians empowered with the skills needed to appropriately implement the Five Fundamental of the Laws of Healing in a pursuit of a quality expression of Li9life, health & Healing.
A true health facilitating physician is in possession of such knowledge and skills, but during the modern industrial age of reductionism, things were reduced to their fundamental functional components and each component was assigned its appropriate place.
This greatly impacted the medical and healing community, as each law became its own profession. Bio-Dynamic became Oriental Medicine, Biochemistry became Naturopathy (ND), Contraries became Allopathic (MD), Similars became Homeopathy, and Structure & Function became Chiropractic (DC). Somiatry represents the reunification of the medical denominations and a return to the calling of the Dynamic Healing Physician (D.D.I.M), capable of competently and appropriately navigating the Five Fundamental Laws of Healing. Few physicians today, regardless of their calling, possess such skills.