Category Archives: Kidney stones – from the perspective of Germanische Heilkunde

There are two different types of kidney stones. The first is calcified kidney stones and originates from a tuberculous healing phase of the kidney collection tubes. The others are crystalline kidney stones and originate from the conflict-active phase of a territory-marking conflict concerning the renal pelvis.

Renal pelvic inflammation right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Renal pelvis mucosal squamous ulcer right Conflict: Territory marking conflict male conflict, not being able to mark the territorial boundaries. female conflict, not being able to mark off the territory from the inside (similar to identity conflict), e.g. not knowing which opinion to follow. handedness and hormonal status decisive Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH temporo-occipital […]

Renal pelvic inflammation left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Renal pelvis mucosal squamous ulcer left Conflict: Territory marking conflict male conflict, not being able to mark the territorial boundaries. female conflict, not being able to mark off the territory from the inside (similar to identity conflict), e.g. not knowing which opinion to follow. handedness and hormonal status decisive Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH temporo-occipital […]

Kidney collecting tubule Ca left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Kidney collecting tubule Ca of the left kidney, reabsorption of isosthemic urine, water retention, oliguria. Conflict: Existential conflict for life and death (diagnosis) or financial. Refugee conflict (lost everything, as if bombed out). Mother-soul-alone, fear of hospital, feeling unprovided for, disorder. (originally: ri. absorb urea, le. release water) Idiom: That got to my kidneys Hamer […]

Kidney collecting tubule Ca right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Kidney collecting tubule Ca of the right kidney, reabsorption of isosthemic urine, water retention, oliguria. Conflict: Existential conflict for life and death (diagnosis) or financial. Refugee conflict (lost everything, as if bombed out). Mother-soul-alone, fear of hospital, feeling unprovided for, disorder. (originally: r. take up urea, l. release water) Idiom: That got to my kidneys […]