Plancenoit, Belgium (December 02, 2023)
IBEPI Honors New Endobiogenists
In a significant milestone for Endobiogeny and healthcare, the Belgium Institute of Endobiogeny and Integrative Physiology (IBEPI) celebrated the achievements of its 3rd and 4th promotion of Endobiogenist Doctors, Pharmacists, and Therapists. The Graduation Evening, held at Château du Liban, was a momentous occasion, bringing together the brightest minds in the field. The event was a testament to the hard work and dedication of these new healthcare professionals.
The evening, a harmonious mix of academic celebration and social gathering, featured speeches, a certificate ceremony, and a gala dinner. It was a testament to the collective commitment to advancing Endobiogeny and integrative physiology.
A poignant moment during the ceremony was the observance of a minute of silence, as suggested by the president of IBEPI, Dr. Charbel Abi Chahine. This reflective pause allowed attendees to contemplate the challenge that humanity is facing, emphasizing the importance of empathy and understanding in healthcare. This gesture underscored the institute’s commitment to well-being, not just in terms of physical health but also in acknowledging the broader context in which healthcare operates.
Dr. Abi Chahine, delivered an inspiring speech, highlighted the global approach of Endobiogeny, treating the patients in their entirety rather than in fragments, and stressed the importance of trust and collaboration in the field. He has also emphasized on the graduates’ transformation from students to practitioners. “You have navigated the complexities of Endobiogeny with determination and grace,” he remarked. His words encapsulated the institute’s philosophy – a blend of scientific rigor and compassionate care.
In a profound address, Dr. Abi Chahine, captured the essence of the journey: “You have embarked on a path not just of learning, but of becoming; a path where doubt meets perseverance.”
He recognized the unwavering support of Danos Laboratory and, LIMS to the institute’s growth and success. He also commended the IBEPI team for their tireless efforts in nurturing a new generation of healthcare professionals, and the supportive affiliates reflecting a shared commitment in shaping the future of Endobiogeny in the World.
Dr. Abi Chahine’s “10 commandments” provided a roadmap for the graduates:
- Never Seek to Master Endobiogeny, Instead Respect it and Live it.
- Guide Patients to Self-Healing, and don’t try to cure them.
- Tailor Unique Protocols for Each Patient, Fearlessly Breaking Conventions When Necessary.
- Embrace Suffering as a Path to Growth and Success.
- Value Collaboration and Teamwork, Share Your Experiences and Knowledge.
- Persist in Learning and Applying Endobiogeny; Embrace Its Long, Guided Path.
- Cherish the Precious Science of Endobiogeny in Your Hands, a Fortunate Experience in the Science of Humanity.
- Embrace Doubts and Inefficacy as Signs of Beginning to Understand Endobiogeny.
- Accept that Endobiogeny is Within You and Embrace it as a Lifelong Commitment and Guide for Personal and Professional Growth.
- Seek Guidance and Support from Colleagues and Mentors When Needed; You’re Never Alone in Your Journey with Endobiogeny.
As the evening concluded, the graduates stepped forward into a world where their newly acquired knowledge and skills will make significant contributions to healthcare. IBEPI, through events like these, reinforces its role as a beacon of health education and practice.
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