Category Archives: Leukemia

In the Germanischen Heilkunde we speak of the ” good luck of leukemia “! Fortunately, the severe self-devaluation-collapse has already been solved today, because it must be solved. If you do not solve this severe SDC, the bone dissolves (bone cancer) or you die of anemia. And it is better to solve this SDC today than tomorrow because tomorrow you have more conflict mass and the healing phase takes longer.

Leukemia in Germanische Heilkunde®

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In Germanische Heilkunde®, Leukemia is not a disease, but a healing phase after a bone marrow disease responsible for blood formation. The good fortune of Leukemia In principle, there are two possibilities of bone marrow damage: One is general toxic or, e.g., due to radioactive irradiation (Chernobyl). The bone marrow’s healing reaction is called a […]

Bone-Ca in Germanische Heilkunde®

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Bone pain is a sure sign of healing Initially, cancer was understood to be a real tumor with strong cell proliferation. It was assumed that the cells of the tumor could float away and form daughter tumors in other parts of the body, so-called “metastases,” which in reality do not exist. When one was then […]

Bone Cancer on the Right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Osteolysis = bone loss = decalcification holes in the bone (osteoporosis), right half of the body Conflict: Severe self-devaluation conflict: Self-devaluation conflict, for each skeleton part, there is a definite self-value collapse (see graphic). for the right-handed person concerning partner for the left-handed person concerning mother or child Idiom: Broken the backbone, Not being able […]

Bone Cancer on the Left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Osteolysis = bone loss = decalcification holes in the bone (osteoporosis), left half of the body Conflict: Severe self-devaluation conflict: Self-devaluation conflict, for each skeleton part, there is a definite self-value collapse (see graphic). for the right-handed person concerning mother or child for the left-handed person concerning partner Idiom: Broken the backbone, Not being able […]