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The thyroid gland has as conflict content the morsel where one was too slow to get it or get rid of it. This SBS now helps to solve this conflict through hyperthyroidism (becoming faster). With the thyroid excretory ducts, we have the powerless conflict “my hands are tied,” “nobody does anything.”

PARATHYROID GLAND

Calcium Level

Too low a calcium level results in too little muscle activity (smooth muscles) and one cannot get rid of a bad morsel of excrement or cannot consume the desired morsel of food.

    Parathyroid Cancer

    Parathyroid cancer is the conflict-active phase of “not being able to assimilate a morsel (right side) or spit out a morsel (left side)” due to low calcium levels.

      THYROID GLAND

      Cold Knot

      The cold node in the thyroid gland is formed during the conflict-active phase by cirrhotic contraction of the excretory ducts.

        Goiter

        Goiter is the result of recurrent powerlessness conflicts (polycyclic course) concerning the excretory ducts of the thyroid gland.

          Thyroid Cancer

          Thyroid cancer develops in the active phase of the conflict “one was too slow to get the good morsel” (right lobe) or “one was too slow to get rid of the bad morsel” (left lobe).

            Hyperthyroidism

            The hyperthyroidism arises in the active phase of the conflict “one was too slow to get the good morsel” (right lobe) or “one was too slow to get rid of the bad morsel” (left lobe). The over-functioning makes you faster in real life and can thus solve the conflict. The biological sense is therefore the over-function in the active phase.

              Hypothyroidism

              The hypothyroidism arises in the hanging healing of the conflict “one was too slow to get the good morsel” (right lobe) or “one was too slow to get rid of the bad morsel” (left lobe). In tuberculous hanging healing, the original tissue can melt away.

                Thyroid Cyst

                The thyroid cyst develops during the healing phase of the conflict of powerlessness concerning the squamous epithelium of the excretory ducts.