Relapse Tracks.

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” – Carl Jung

The term “track” is one that comes up often in my GNM consultations. Tracks are subconscious reminders of the dhs (trauma) that will reopen the original biological program (disease.)

The challenge with any German New Medicine session is to properly address these reminders that can delay a complete clearing.

At the moment of the conflict-shock, the psyche is wide open and processing billions of bits of information. What we need to understand is that at the time a person may have experienced a shock the psyche will actually record whatever stimuli were in the environment at that moment in time. Continue reading “Relapse Tracks.”

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Cold Sores and herpes, and hpv, oh my.

Warning: Mature Content and Sensitive Subject Matter.

I was recently in session with a client that wished to understand more about her recurrent cold sores and herpes blisters. This young lady was dealing with both HSV I or oral herpes as well as HSV II or genital herpes.

The accepted consensus is that both varieties are due to infection with the herpes virus. The irony is this young lady tested negative (four times) for any herpes related virus.

How can she then present with what two dermatologists and one ob-gyn agree is a classic case of herpes?

Herpes involves an “intimate touch” separation conflict. Continue reading “Cold Sores and herpes, and hpv, oh my.”

Vitiligo.

Vitiligo is a dramatic skin condition characterized by loss of skin pigmentation in the deeper epidermal layer.

There are a multitude of classifications – segmental vitiligo (SV), non-segmental vitiligo (NSV), vitiligo universalis, acrofacial vitilgo, mucosal vitiligo.

Independent of which classification, the biological conflict associated with vitiligo is the same … a deep and brutal separation, often characterized as dramatic, severe, nasty, ugly or intense. A separation always involves either wanting to separate oneself (repel, push away) from someone or something or not wanting to separate oneself (embrace, pull closer.)

When the individual is in conflict activity the outer skin or epidermis undergoes a de-pigmentation process. The biological meaning of the de-pigmentation or ulceration of the epidermis to assist the individual to better feel the touch of the loved one from whom the separation occurred. Continue reading “Vitiligo.”

Cellulite. Cellulitis. Cellularum.

For those that never suffered the four years of high school Latin (sorry, Mrs. Faherty) the above title will seem non-sensical. It references the declensions that we were forced to memorize and recite “ad nauseum” – hey, there’s some Latin right there!

Cellulite and cellulitis, although different in their presentation both reflect a healing phase of a light self devaluation conflict relative to adipose (fat) tissue.

Creative minds have come up with treatments ranging from the logical (exercise and skin fillers) to the clearly bizarre (caffeine tights and body vacuuming.) Continue reading “Cellulite. Cellulitis. Cellularum.”

Sleep Apnea. Insomnia.

Homer was a man from Apnea,
each night, a gasp for air of course.
It’s a hanging EC, as plain as could be,
his myocardium being the source.
Simpson ran at the track, in hopes of a cure,
only to find the track was the lure.

Okay, that’s my lame attempt at poetry. I’ll stop. :’)

Not sure what’s in the drinking water of late but I had two clients this month with sleep apnea so decided to blog about the condition.

If we are basing the apnea upon Dr. Hamer’s research, we need to look for a biological conflict relative to being over burdened, overwhelmed, not being able to take on or handle anything more.

Let’s look at heart muscle as sleep apnea is essentially a resolved myocardial conflict that keeps getting reactivated usually at night. Continue reading “Sleep Apnea. Insomnia.”

Bedwetter’s Anonymous.

Soggy sheets. Soiled pajamas. Sorry faces.

Megan Cartwright, in her July 2015 Slate.com expose, Bedwetting is not a moral failing, points out some of “the bizarre, desperate and occasionally cruel medical treatments for a common complaint.”

Bedwetting, known as nocturnal enuresis may be your child developing night time bladder control. Dr. Hamer shows us it is more often reflective of a unique biological conflict of demarcation.

In children, it often relates to being bullied at school or social events. Bullying can take the form of physical bullying, verbal bullying, social bullying, cyber bullying and gender bullying. Bullying can be very subtle.

It might be an older sibling that doesn’t respect the younger one’s property or privacy – constantly entering their room and taking their toys or having to now share a room with a new sibling. A friend who “crosses the line.” An unwanted and inappropriate touching can be perceived as violation of the child’s personal space. The possibilities are endless, but the essence is about boundaries. Continue reading “Bedwetter’s Anonymous.”

Liver Cancer. Bile Duct Cancer.

Starvation. It’s about what sustains us – nutritionally, financially, emotionally and spiritually.

An individual can experience a biological conflict of starvation in real time, in real terms. This is an “old brain” conflict about survival.

In the animal kingdom, a ‘morsel’ is literal. In our human realm, it is more often figurative – a situation, scenario, event, occurrence, relationship, person or job that is the morsel necessary for our sustenance.

A literal paucity of food.

In pre-formula (similac) days, a mother unable to breast feed her infant. Adherence to a specific diet with food restrictions and limitations. Dietary restrictions implemented because of the belief that sugar fuels cancer. Religious dietary restrictions where one’s cravings are not met. Even being lost in the woods with limited foodstuffs. Starving oneself due to a distorted body image. Starving oneself to lose weight. Continue reading “Liver Cancer. Bile Duct Cancer.”