What has caused the Gout on Fingers in my childhood?
A brain CT reveals everything!
The Gout on Fingers started when I was about 13 years old. My mother, who really meant well, absolutely wanted me to go to a secondary school with Matura (maturity diploma).
However, this didn’t interest me because my greatest wish was to learn a profession. I can still remember it as if it were yesterday.
She began to cry and almost begged me to go on with my studies. I finally gave in and suffered a self-esteem conflict, specifically a clumsiness self-devaluation conflict (hands). Furthermore, I was aware that I would have to attend a boarding school and this meant that I would not be able to practice my favorite sport at that time – karate. The thought of not being able to learn a profession and no longer being able to practice karate hit me hard.
I soon came to terms with it, and my self-esteem conflict may have gone into a solution. But at the same time, a refugee conflict was active since I had to attend a boarding school. Initially, I did not want to go there, I was really afraid of it.
Because of this combination of solved SDC and active refugee conflict, I had gout at 13. This was visible in my swollen finger joints, especially in the right hand. In addition, my finger joints were stiff and painful. At that time, we had no explanation for gout, even at a young age.
We did not go to see a doctor at that time – fortunately. I might have been diagnosed with leukemia then, too!
When Dr. Hamer saw my brain CT, the first question he asked me was, “What happened when you were a child? What were you not allowed to do at that time?” The conflict was quickly revealed with such a precise question 25 years later.
I am left with such amazement and deep admiration for Dr. Hamer and his work.
Comment by Helmut Pilhar
Whether the special program(s) run for the adult or the child, for the unborn or the animal, it is all the same! There is always a specific reason for it, the corresponding DHS!