Self-Devaluation Conflict in the knee because the fox poaches in our garden.
Of course, neither apple trees nor currant bushes interest him, but the chickens are strolling below all the more. The other day even the police had stopped to tell us that we didn’t need to look for our rooster; the fox had just dragged him over the fence, almost running into the car…
A few days later, I was on the road, was again great fox alarm at the chickens. My husband rushed into the garden and was able to put the brazen robber to flight, but when he counted them afterward, one chicken was missing. So, he had not been fast enough. Oh dear, how do I tell my wife? She is so attached to every single bird! A long, anxious hour passed before the missing chicken reappeared, slightly disheveled and with a few fewer tail feathers, but otherwise in good health.
The great relief that my husband now felt was joined by a sudden stabbing pain in his right knee, which he – as a trained physician – would have diagnosed as meniscus damage, had he not hung up the doctor’s coat many years ago out of the deepest conviction.
This knee pain lasted precisely one hour
– the hour he had been conflict-active – and then dissolved into nothingness. Another little nap against the sudden healing phase fatigue afterward, and he could later tell me about his experience in a very relaxed way.
Although I am very sorry that I can no longer experience you in the flesh in your courses, I wish you much strength and all the best there on the other side of the globe (if it is one) and follow your Internet presentation with great interest.
Best regards from Germany’s summery north
Note by GHK Academy
I would like to use this stirring experience report (leukemia fatigue in the healing phase) to refer to my continuing education (see the header, webinar archive). I know many of you from my 20 years of on-site seminar work. I seek your cooperation to carry on the legacy of Dr. Hamer. The Internet bridges the space, whether it is even or hol, two-, three- or seven-dimensional [Alexander Laurent], it does not matter for the moment. Online, one is live in one’s living room and almost no matter where. And it is still relatively free. I can offer the currently state-licensed therapist to ask me questions together with his patient (tutoring). To the prospective therapist of Germanische Heilkunde (Iatros), I can offer a legitimate examination of Germanische Heilkunde (Dr. Hamer appointed me as Univ.Doz theory at his university Sandefjord). I can also give a simple teaching assignment (mine received for theory). I provide teaching material (everything is still in planning).
For the last ten years, I have traveled around with the camper and my Emma (Rottweiler bitch). For the first ten years, I mostly stayed privately with the organizers of my lectures on site. But at the seminars, we were all together, and it was always a nice time for me with like-minded and awakened people. But they were also dangerous and turbulent years, which did not pass me by without leaving a trace. Here in Paraguay, I hope to find my peace. As long as I can, I will carry the Germanische Heilkunde into the world … What is currently happening with Corona would not have been possible with the correct verification of the IRON RULE OF CANCER (1st Biological Law of Nature) in 1981 by the University of Tübingen. The Germanische Heilkunde (early german new medicine ), with its Five Biological Laws of Nature discovered by Dr. Hamer, can be very useful in finding a way out of this global chaos. It does not have to be believed; it applies equally to all individuals and is very human. We can learn through Germanische Heilkunde how our animal bodies work and specifically keep them healthy. Through this awareness, we truly elevate ourselves to the status of human beings. Animals do this instinctively. Animals use tools but do not create monuments for themselves, and certainly none that last thousands of years.
Do you know the 30,000-year-old megalithic sculpture described by Dr. Elisabeth Neumann Gundrum?
Example Isenberg / Goldstein (Germany):