Organ Esophagus – Symptoms according to Germanische Heilkunde®
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The lower third of the esophagus (brainstem) is about the morsel you can’t swallow. The upper ⅔ of the esophagus (cerebral cortex) is about the morsel you want to spit out. For the latter, handedness is crucial.
The stenosis can occur in less than a third of the esophagus (glandular tissue) in the active phase of the conflict “wanting to swallow a morsel but not being able to. In the upper ⅔ of the esophagus (squamous epithelium) in the healing phase of the conflict “want to spit out a morsel”.
The cardiac carcinoma (lower third of the esophagus) is the conflict-active phase of the conflict “you want to, but you can’t swallow the morsel”.
In conventional medicine, esophageal varices are the remaining condition after a tubercularly degraded esophageal adenocarcinoma. It is thus the state at the end of the healing of the conflict: “one would like to swallow the morsel, but is not able to do so”.
The lower third of the esophagus (glandular tissue) has the conflict: one wants to swallow the morsel, but cannot. With the upper two-thirds of the esophagus (squamous epithelium), it is about the conflict to want to throw up something
The esophageal constriction in the two upper thirds of the esophagus has as cause a solved conflict, concerning partner or mother/child something to throw up. During the healing phase, this squamous epithelium is repaired under the swelling.