New Medicine Perspective Regarding Skin Disorders
"... a skin disorder is always linked to a 'separation conflict' ..."
Date: 12/2/2014 11:58:54 PM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 1055 times
My housemate-friend mentioned that her skin has been itching her lately. She and another housemate had some conversation that included considerations such as skin lotions (and there was some "story telling" included as well). After that conversation I offered that "there is another dimension that can be considered as well - that is the emotional realm". I continued by mentioning if she were to identify the day the itching began and then look at any possible "shock-conflicts"/emotional distress just prior to that onset than she could discover the cause! I said I'd search the German New Medicine perspective on this. I now have the following to offer.
"Based on thousands of patients' cases, Dr. Hamer found that a skin disorder is always linked to a 'separation conflict' which a person experiences as if 'my child, my parent, my partner, my friend … was torn from my skin'. The brain scan analyses showed that this type of emotional distress impacts without exception in the so-called sensory cortex, which is the part of the brain that developed during the course of evolution in accordance with the organization of herds, packs, and families, and the ability to express the social and emotional bond through skin contact."
I highly recommend reading further:
"... if the conflict is over a partner (everybody except our mother or our children), the right side will respond. ... The resolution of the conflict is the turning point. Together with the healing that takes place on the psychological level, the skin also starts to heal by refilling and replenishing the ulcerated area with new cells. During this repair process the skin becomes inflamed, itchy, blistery, and swollen. Skin disorders such as eczema, dermatitis, rosacea, hives, or herpes are therefore positive signs indicating that a natural healing process is taking its course."
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