Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 

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Inner ear
There are two organs in the inner ear: the cochlea and the balance organ. They are controlled by the same relay in the brain but have different themes.
See also tube of Eustachius, middle ear.
Whether it is the left or right cochlea or balance organ depends on biological dexterity.
1. Cochlea: hearing conflict, not wanting to hear something, I can't bear that sound. It can't be true what I hear!
2. Balance organ: fall conflict, fear of falling, due to having fallen oneself or seeing or hearing someone fall.
The endodermal sound chunk with the theme of information or wanting to hear (right) or lose (left) the sound belongs to the middle ear and the eustachian tube.
CA phase
Change of function, not cell removal.
Inner ear:
• Tinnitus: reduction in hearing and/or tinnitus: buzzing, rustling, hissing, squeaking, ringing, etc.
• One can hear sounds or voices. In the case of voices, there is a constellation.
• The lingering of a phrase or song in the mind is also part of this process.
Balance organ:
• Dizziness
• Falling tendencies. One falls toward the mother/child or toward the partner/other person (biological handedness).
Biological utility
1. Inner ear: hearing impairment to not hear the sound. In tinnitus: the person is alerted by the sound and he can hear less as a result.
2. Balance organ: the person is biologically "forced" to sit or lie down so he cannot fall.
PCL phase
1. Inner ear: sudden loss of hearing due to swelling in the inner ear and in the hearing center of the brain.
2. Balance organ: disappearance of dizziness or falling tendencies.
In balance disorder: sudden recurrent strong dizziness or falls.
healing or many relapses: deafness or hearing impairment.