Category Archives: Outer Skin – from the perspective of Germanische Heilkunde

The skin has an outer skin (squamous epithelium, separation conflict) and it has the underlying dermis (glandular-like tissue, deformation conflict). In the active phase of a separation conflict, the outer skin is dry and scaly. In the healing phase, these ulcers are replenished with swelling and inflammation and the skin is hot and itchy. In the crisis, one has an absence.

Psoriasis left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Psoriasis Conflict: double separation conflict – on the one hand one wants to be separated conflictively, but on the other hand one does not want to be Break off of physical contact. Loss of contact with mother, flock, family, friends. In nature, loss of contact with family/flock is usually fatal, so this conflict is very […]

Psoriasis right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Psoriasis Conflict: double separation conflict – on the one hand one wants to be separated conflictively, but on the other hand one does not want to be Break off of physical contact. Loss of contact with mother, flock, family, friends. In nature, loss of contact with family/flock is usually fatal, so this conflict is very […]

Outer Skin right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Squamous ulcers of the outer skin (epidermal ulcers) with loss of sensibility, right side of the body. Combined ulceration and sensory loss. Conflict: Separation conflict Break-off of physical contact (local separation). In nature, loss of contact with the family/herd is usually fatal, so this conflict is very significant. Note: We are not single! Two types […]

Outer Skin left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Squamous ulcers of the outer skin (epidermal ulcers) with loss of sensibility, left side of the body. Combined ulceration and sensory loss. Conflict: Separation conflict Break-off of physical contact (local separation). In nature, loss of contact with the family/herd is usually fatal, so this conflict is very significant. Note: We are not single! Two types […]