Loss of Vision left – Diagnostic Chart
Conflict:Fear-in-the-neck conflict about a thing.
- The danger that threatens from behind lurks and that you can’t shake off.
- The danger that you can’t face.
left halves of the retina look to the right
- for the right-handed person concerning partner
- for the left-handed person concerning mother or child
- Not being able to shake off a problem,
- The danger is still breathing down my neck,
- The thought of it still haunts me.
Hamer Focus:HH in the left visual cortex occipital for left retinal halves
Active phase:Loss of vision of a specific retinal area, different in both eyes. Usually, both visual hemispheres are affected.
Healing:The obligatory healing edema forms not only in the relay of the visual cortex but also between the sclera and the retina, leading to retinal detachment. It has a particularly dramatic effect on the fovea centralis (macula). Although the retinal detachment is a good healing symptom that is only of a passager nature, i.e., it later recedes on its own, a dramatic visual deterioration occurs. ATTENTION: strong possibility of complications with the syndrome! Myopia: Lateral retinal detachments with recurrences, leading to an optical elongation of the eyeball because the retinal detachment is later fixed by occlusion between the retina and sclera. Farsightedness: Retinal detachments dorsal with recurrences and occlusion between retina and sclera. The eyeball becomes optically shorter. Vision can be preserved in both processes (with spectacle correction).
Biological Sense:Active phase Making invisible. Fear in the neck of something made invisible temporarily partially shuts down retinal function (prey looking to both sides sees backward).
Notice:Fear-in-the-neck-conflict or with a particular aspect affecting the paramedian part of the visual cortex means that the fear is felt behind the eye, as the orientation center of the consciousness.
Chart Cerebral Cortex-Ectoderm
Eye Organ Graphic