Motor Paralysis left
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Striated muscle necrosis, left half of the body
Motor conflict – conflict of not being able to escape or keep up (legs), not being able to hold on or fight off (arms, hands), not being able to get out of the way (shoulder, back muscles), or not knowing “out nor in” anymore (legs)
- for the right-handed person concerning mother or child
- for the left-handed person concerning partner
HH in the motor cortex center frontal right of the praecentral gyrus.
Increasing motor paralysis depending on the intensity of the conflict, starting with the DHS. Fewer and fewer or no impulses for the transverse striated muscles emanate from the cerebrum’s motor cortex center. Individual muscles, whole muscle groups, or entire extremities may be affected. The paralysis is not painful.
The shooting target rings in the brain get edema. As a result, the temporary motor function appears to deteriorate. Then uncontrolled spasms set in. Invariably, an epileptic seizure occurs. After this epileptic crisis, muscle innervation slowly returns
pretend death reflex