The urinary tract is covered with squamous epithelium, starting with the renal pelvis and continuing through the ureters, the entire bladder, and the urethra. This is always a matter of territorial marking conflicts. The man has his outer territory, and the woman has her inner territory (nest).
The brain is divided into the old brain and the new brain. The brainstem, midbrain, and cerebellum belong to the old brain. The cerebral medulla and cerebral cortex belong to the new brain. The brain controls the SBSe with its brain relays. In the conflict-active phase, the Hamer Focus is slice-shaped, and in the healing […]
In the intestine case, the glandular tissue (intestinal villi, brainstem controlled) and the smooth muscle (midbrain) are present. Each intestinal section has its conflict content (morsel, anger). The beginning (first section of the duodenum) and the end (12cm up the rectum) is lined with squamous epithelium and is controlled from the cerebral cortex’s territorial area. […]
A distinction must be made between the mammary glands (care, dispute, nest conflict) and the mammary ducts (separation conflict). Typical subsequent conflicts are disfigurement due to the surgery (melanoma). And due to the diagnosis, self-value collapses at the breast’s level on the spine (osteolysis).
The blood vessels are made of connective tissue but have striated and smooth muscle portions. They are NOT lined internally with squamous epithelium, such as the coronary vessels (gill duct derivatives). The arteries have to do with “not being able to walk,” while with the veins (smooth muscle), it is the “ball and chain.”
The connective tissue is controlled from the cerebral medulla and is found as supporting tissue in all organs. Glia in the brain is a special connective tissue that occurs only directly on the nerves.
A distinction must be made between the pancreas’ glandular tissue (fight and the morsel, inheritance conflicts) and the excretory duct (territorial anger). Moreover, there are the islet cells (hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia).
The skin has an outer skin (squamous epithelium, separation conflict), and it has the underlying dermis (glandular-like tissue, disfigurement conflict). In the active phase of a separation conflict, the outer skin is dry, and it scales. These ulcers are replenished with swelling and inflammation in the healing phase, and it is hot and itchy. In […]