Bladder Mucosa Cancer left – Diagnostic Chart

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Bladder Mucosa Cancer left


  • Territorial marking conflict.
  • Boundary conflict

Male: boundary disputes with the neighboring chief.

Female: not being able to recognize the territorial boundaries from the inside, conflict of location, not knowing where you belong.


“Where can I put my boundary stones?”

Hamer Focus:

HH right temporo-occipital in postsensory cortex center.

Active Phase:

Ulceration of the bladder mucosa. Without pain, without bleeding.


Bladder bleeding from the ulcers. Swelling, pain, cystitis (without syndrome). With syndrome: bladder cancer!



Biological Sense:

Active phase

Ulcerative extension of the bladder, thereby improving territorial marking with more urine.


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