Cartilage - Symptoms according to Germanische Heilkunde®
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The cartilage has a slight self-value collapse as conflict content. Each joint has its own self-value content.
There is no “wear and tear” of the joints. For example, if you work hard, the muscles become stronger. In reality, the so-called “wear and tear” is the active phase of a slight self-devaluation conflict. There are different SDCs depending on the joint. For example, the knee has a sportiness self-devaluation conflict.
Arthritis is the cure or hanging cure of a slight self-devaluation-conflict, affecting the cartilage. Each joint has its conflict content.
For example the fingers: clumsiness or not being able to hold on.
Arthrosis is the conflict-active phase of a slight self-devaluation-conflict, affecting the cartilage and has nothing to do with wear and tear, which does not exist. Every joint has its conflict content. For example, the knee: sportiness-self-devaluation-conflict
The spine carries our person. The central self-devaluation-conflict (concerning my person) affects the lumbar vertebrae. The severe SWE on the bones, the slight one on the intervertebral discs. A slipped disc can be caused by bone osteolysis (conflict-active) or by the healing phase of the disc.
Dyschondrosis is the active phase of a slight loss of self-esteem, affecting the cartilage. Each joint has its own self-devaluation-conflict, e.g. elbow = cannot punch.
Ganglion Cyst are formed as a result of a healing or hanging healing of a slight self-devaluation-conflict affecting the cartilage. Each joint has its self-value content, e.g. finger = clumsiness or not being able to hold on to it.
Cartilage atrophy is the conflict-active phase of a moderately severe loss of self-esteem. Every joint has its own self-value content, e.g. hip = “not being able to assert oneself against partner or mother/child”. There is no “wear and tear”!
Polyarthritis is many mild cartilage-related self-devaluation-conflict in a hanging cure.
What can hurt in the groin? When we cut through the hip in our mind we find connective tissue – bone, cartilage, lymph nodes, muscle, blood vessels. All of them have as their cause a self-devaluation conflict of not being able to get through. The handiness is decisive. In the active phase, the connective tissue necrotizes, and in the healing phase, it is replenished with the help of bacteria and under the swelling. This swelling hurts. So pain in the groin means a solved SDC, now you have been able to assert yourself!
Typically, shoulder pain stems from a resolved self-devaluation conflict affecting the bone, one has been a bad partner to one’s partner or a bad child to one’s mother, or a bad parent to one’s child. The cartilage would have a lighter SDC and the tendons also involve arm movement (unable to hug).