Organs

Since many organs often consist not only of tissue from one but from several cotyledons, a single organ often has different conflict content. Therefore the classification of medicine according to organs is outdated. More bio-logical would be the classification of medicine according to the cotyledons.

Organ Blood Vessels

Organ Blood Vessels The blood vessels are made of connective tissue but have striated and smooth muscle portions. They are NOT lined internally with squamous epithelium, such as the coronary vessels (gill duct derivatives). The arteries have to do with “not being able to walk,”

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Organ Bone

The organ bone always has a severe self-value collapse as its conflict content. Each bone and each joint has its own self-value content. With the SBS bone, the blood picture is also always changed.

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Organ Brain

The organ brain is divided into the old brain and the new brain. The brainstem, midbrain, and cerebellum belong to the old brain. The cerebral medulla and cerebral cortex belong to the new brain. The brain controls the SBSe with its brain relays. In the

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Organ Breast

In the Organ Breast a distinction must be made between the mammary glands (care, dispute, nest conflict) and the mammary ducts (separation conflict). Typical subsequent conflicts are disfigurement due to the surgery (melanoma). And due to the diagnosis, self-value collapses at the breast’s level on

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Organ Cartilage

The Organ Cartilage has a slight self-value collapse as conflict content. Each joint has its own self-value content.

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Organ Connective Tissue

The Organ Connective Tissue is controlled from the cerebral medulla and is found as supporting tissue in all organs. Glia in the brain is a special connective tissue that occurs only directly on the nerves.

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Organ Dermis

The Organ Dermis is gland-like tissue and is controlled by the cerebellum. Evolutionarily, the dermis dates back to when our ancestor (worm) left the sea and conquered the land. The dermis has a protective function. Its special programs always have to do with a violation

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Organ Ear

Organ Ear The middle ear is about the morsel of information you want to get (right) or get rid of (left). Since it is controlled from the brainstem, handedness has no role here. While in the case of hearing conflict (tinnitus, hearing loss, loss of

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stomach

Organ Esophagus

The lower third of the organ esophagus (brainstem) is about the morsel you can’t swallow. The upper ⅔ of the esophagus (cerebral cortex) is about the morsel you want to spit out. For the latter, handedness is crucial.

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Organ Heart

The organ heart has the atria (smooth muscle) and the ventricles (striated muscle). The coronary vessels are lined internally with squamous epithelium. The pericardium lines the heart.

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Organ Hypophysis

The organ hypophysis has two possibilities: I am not able to feed the family (elevated prolactin). One is too small for the morsel (acromegaly, short stature).   The pituitary gland has the conflict content,”one is too small to get the good morsel, or to get

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Organ Inner Skins

The inner skins include the peritoneum, pericardium, pleura, and pleura of the lungs. All of them are controlled from the cerebellum. This always involves attack conflicts.

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