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Decrease in vision, predominantly of the left hemispheres of the retina.


Fear-in-the-neck conflict about a thing.

  • Danger that threatens from behind, lurks and that you can’t shake off.
  • Danger that you can’t face.

left halves of the retina look to the right

  • for the right-handed person concerning partner
  • for the left-handed person concerning mother or child


  • Not being able to shake off a problem,
  • The danger is still breathing down my neck,
  • The thought of it still haunts me.

Hamer Focus:

HH in the left visual cortex occipital for left retinal halves

Aktive phase:

Loss of vision of a specific retinal area, different in both eyes. Usually both visual hemispheres are affected.


The obligatory healing edema forms not only in the relay of the visual cortex, but also between the sclera and the retina, leading to retinal detachment. It has a particularly dramatic effect on the fovea centralis (macula).

Although the retinal detachment is a good healing symptom and is only of a passager nature, i.e. it later recedes on its own, a dramatic visual deterioration occurs. ATTENTION: strong possibility of complications with syndrome!

Myopia: Lateral retinal detachments with recurrences, leading to an optical elongation of the eyeball because the retinal detachment is later fixed by occlusion between the retina and sclera.

Farsightedness: Retinal detachments dorsal with recurrences, by also occlusion between retina and sclera. The eyeball becomes optically shorter. Vision can be preserved in both processes (with spectacle correction).



Biological Sense:

Aktive phase

Making invisible. Fear in the neck of something made invisible temporarily partially shuts down retinal function (prey looking to both sides sees backward).


Fear-in-the-neck-conflict or with a particular aspect, affecting the paramedian part of the visual cortex, means that the fear is felt behind the eye, as the orientation center of the consciousness.


Experience reports