Organ Intestine

Intestine

In the case of the organ intestine, the glandular tissue (intestinal villi, brainstem controlled) and the smooth muscle (midbrain) are present. Each intestinal section has its conflict content (morsel, anger). The beginning (first section of the duodenum) and the end (12cm up the rectum) is lined with squamous epithelium and is controlled from the cerebral cortex’s territorial area.+

Duodenal Ulcer – Diagnostic Chart

Duodenal Ulcer Conflict: male territorial anger conflict. Boundary dispute conflict, e.g., with “neighbor territory boss”, also concerning the territory content “partner is cheating.” female identity

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Jaundice – Diagnostic Chart

Jaundice – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Territorial anger conflict. The boundaries with the neighboring territory are violated so that the “neighboring boss” can make inroads. Often

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Liver

Organ Liver

In the organ liver’s case, we have the liver parenchyma with liver cancer (starvation – brainstem). Many liver rounds mean starvation around itself, and a

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