Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 

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Gallbladder, liver- and pancreatic ducts
The gallbladder, liver and pancreatic ducts all belong to the territory area, see also ectoderm. The place of impact in this area of the brain depends on the gender, biological handedness and hormone status of the person.
More explanation and information about this in the lecture The Biology of the Psyche and the four-day workshop "Bio-logic of Behavior and Character," see the agenda.
See also mucous membranes of the stomach, pylorus and duodenum, liver, pancreas, colon.
Sensitivity follows the oral mucosa diagram.
Territory anxiety and identity conflict.
• Anger, seeing someone as a threat or regarding a threatening situation.
• Not knowing where you belong or with whom, not being able to make a decision.
CA phase
Increase in function. Decrease in the lining of the gallbladder, liver, bile and pancreatic ducts.
Biological utility
Larger diameter of the passages so that more digestive juices can flow through them. Improved digestion.
Pain in the abdominal region.
Prolonged conflict activity: liver cirrhosis (see also liver).
PCL phase
Normalization of function. Rebuilding of the mucous membranes.
Hepatitis, jaundice. Bile congestion due to healing swelling in the bile ducts.
Strong pain due to EC of the transverse muscles around the gaits, colic, absence, possibly chills.
This crisis can be fatal with prolonged or intense conflict (hepatic coma).
Hanging healing or many relapses: gallstones. Frequent bile colic (EC) due to shriveled bile ducts.
Constellation with laryngeal mucosa (fear of scaring + territorializing): autism. Territory reduction for better overview.
Constellation with rectal mucosa (identity + territory eraser): aggression, short fuse. Territory must be defended!
See also Bio-logic of behavior and character.