Category Archives: Sensory disturbances – from the perspective of Germanische Heilkunde

In the cerebral cortex, there is the motor and sensory cortex center. In the sensory cortex center, which controls the outer skin, we have a parallel loss of function (sensory paralysis). In the healing phase, this numbness turns into pain (see outer skin diagram). We find these sensory disorders very often in MS patients who also have a motor conflict ongoing.

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 […]