Organs cooperate with each other; they are lenders and loan recipients. Organs live in partnership, in a balanced relationship with each other. Organs perform the perfect language, nurturing, balancing, sustaining, and giving the body as a vehicle the best starting position for its activity. The language of the organs allows to understand the evolution of the symptoms until a developed disease. It is about the regression of this disease until health is restored. Once the language of the body is understood as a response to the subtle processes of the mind, the further biochemical reactions, the nerve stimulations, the disease disappears. Man becomes mentally and physically healthy and his own best doctor. Each organ stands for a multi-layered organization, for manifold processes, for great intelligence and absolute connection to our mental power. Imagine that your thoughts precisely control the work of your cells and further of your organs. A symptom, a disease fulfills a purpose. The body lives out what the human being does not live with his spiritual and mental parts.
For example: The feeling of insecurity is equal to stress. It can be the feeling of lack of affection, suitable job search, health concerns, feelings of inferiority or anything else. The adrenal glands release adrenaline in response to this feeling. About ten minutes after the adrenaline is released cortisol is released to repair adrenal damage.
A constantly too high level of cortisol increases the risk of osteoporosis, breakdown of muscles, eye damage, NAFL non-alcoholic fatty liver; weight gain on the trunk of the body, especially in the face and abdomen are signs of increased cortisol..... This cortisol causes insulin resistance with lack of energy, fatigue, high and low blood sugar spikes. The increased blood level of the stress hormone consequently promotes fat storage in the liver. Our body balances unfavorable conditions through the work of the organs, through biochemistry, through emotions and so much more. I am happy to be able to share with my speech more about this.
Goals: Short introduction for organ language, viz.
• You get an overview of the cooperation of the organs.
• You recognize the work of organs with each other
• You learn to read various external signs, such as facial diagnostics.
• You learn to integrate important criteria, such as reflex zones, meridians, body characteristics in your anamnesis.
• You learn how to follow the cause of a disease back to its origin.
• You will recognize the underlying organ-work in your daily life through the symptoms.
Basically, it is to be understood that the awareness of symptoms is generally based on the organ work.