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The crisis in the middle of the healing phase
With conflict resolution, the vegetative system switches from sympathicotonia to vagotonia. The vessels switch from narrow (cold extremities) to broad (warm extremities).
Each healing phase takes place under edema storage, in the brain, and on the organ.
As the healing phase progresses, the swellings become larger and larger, and so does the pain. The pressure in the brain increases visibly.
And to stop this “falling into vagotonia,” Mother Nature has built in the crises. With momentum, the patient is transported back in the direction of health.
One must never dampen a crisis with medication! If one intervenes, then with sympathicoton acting substances, e.g., coffee. Because the “rudder” must be steered optimally toward health, all patients also experience the crisis! The dangerous point is always after the crisis. Here it is decided whether the strength of the crisis was sufficient or not. If the crisis was too weak or the conflict mass was too big, then after the crisis, one does not manage the curve towards health and falls after the crisis into death (deepest vagotonia).
Depending on the conflict’s mass, the crisis can last from a few seconds to several days with pre-crisis, main crisis, and post-crisis.
It is always strongly sympathicotonic with constricted vessels, cold extremities, and cold sweat. All crises have this in common.
All crises are brain symptoms, including myocardial infarction. The type of crisis depends on the part of the brain. Accordingly, there are brainstem, midbrain, cerebellum, medullary camp, and cerebral cortex crises. The most major crises are those of the cerebral cortex, where, for example, absence, myocardial infarction, migraine, epileptic seizure … are also added.
To initiate the crisis, Mother Nature uses a trick. At the lowest point of vagotonia (in a healing phase around 04:00 a.m.), one dreams one’s already solved conflict, thus coming into stress and initiating the crisis. One becomes awake.
This previously-stored edema is now squeezed out due to the vessels’ constriction, and the urinary flood phase (peeing phase) begins. Often one has to go to the toilet.
After the crisis, you fall back into vagotonia with warm extremities. If everything has gone well, it now goes with giant steps towards health. Scar tissue is now deposited in the brain and the organ. At the end of the healing phase, one is healthy (also in terms of conventional medicine).