The bone always has a severe self-value collapse as its conflict content. Each bone and each joint has its own self-value content. With the SBS bone, the blood picture is also always changed. catlist name=gliederschmerzen- catlink=yes catlink_tag=h3 category_description=yes offset=1000]
Each tooth has its own biting conflict. No distinction is made between upper and lower teeth. The dentine has a self-value conflict, “not being able to bite.” While the enamel has the conflict content: “not allowed to bite.”
The lower third of the esophagus (brainstem) is about the morsel you can’t swallow. The upper ⅔ of the esophagus (cerebral cortex) is about the morsel you want to spit out. For the latter, handedness is crucial.
The thyroid gland has as conflict content the morsel where one was too slow to get it or get rid of it. This SBS now helps to solve this conflict through hyperthyroidism (becoming faster). With the thyroid excretory ducts, we have the powerless conflict “my hands are tied,” “nobody does anything.”
The middle ear is about the morsel of information you want to get (right) or get rid of (left). Since it is controlled from the brainstem, handedness has no role here. While in the case of hearing conflict (tinnitus, hearing loss, loss of function), handedness again plays a role.
In the kidney, we have the renal parenchyma (hypertension, renal cyst, Wilms), the renal collecting tubes (water retention, dialysis, protein in urine), the adrenal cortex (cortisol), and the adrenal medulla (adrenaline).
The striated skeletal muscles are connective tissue (cerebral medulla) and always have a self-value collapse due to paralysis (motor conflict, loss of function, cerebral cortex). So you have to solve the motor conflict to solve this self-value collapse (automatically).
The outer oral mucosa is the squamous epithelium and belongs to the so-called SORE MOLLYMAL SKIN SCHEME. So it hurts in the conflict-active phase and the crisis. The conflict content is also a morsel conflict, but concerning partner or mother/child. It is always about not being able to spit out a morsel. It can also […]
The tonsils are about a morsel conflict. Right side: not getting a good morsel. Left side: not getting rid of a bad morsel. Since it is a glandular tissue and is controlled from the brainstem, handedness has no influence here. In the active phase (mostly unnoticed), there is cell proliferation, and in the healing phase, […]
The stomach with its glandular tissue has the morsel as conflict content. The small curvature is lined with squamous epithelium on the stomach, controlled from the precinct area of the cerebral cortex.
The lymph node has a slight self-value intrusion as its conflict content and is controlled from the cerebral medulla. Similar to the bone, each lymph node has its own conflict content. The handedness is decisive.
In the lungs, we have the pulmonary alveoli with the pulmonary round (fear of death). We have the bronchial mucosa with bronchitis and bronchial carcinoma (healing phase, fear of territory, fear of fright conflict). Then there are the mucus-secreting goblet cells (mucoviscidosis, fear of suffocation). In asthma, the bronchial muscles react.
The dermis is gland-like tissue and is controlled by the cerebellum. Evolutionarily, the dermis dates back to when our ancestor (worm) left the sea and conquered the land. The dermis has a protective function. Its special programs always have to do with a violation of integrity (defilement, attack, disfigurement, etc.). The handedness is decisive. Nevertheless, […]