Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 

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Striated muscles
Self-devaluation conflicts (SDC) and breakups often go hand-in-hand. Although one is not in immediate mortal danger with an SDC, any problem that manifests itself physically or mentally is related to a fear of survival. In an SDC, there is a fear that one will not be accepted by the group if one is not good enough. This is a separation issue and if one is "rejected," a life-threatening situation does arise, see ectoderm. Thus, because of the SDC, separation conflict lurks and one wants to avoid that.
See also tendons and joints.
Whether it involves the left or right side of the body depends on biological dexterity.
Self-esteem impairment and/or motor conflict: I can't make that movement.
Motor conflict is a combination process and occurs in 2 germ layers: the new mesoderm (muscle mass) and the ectoderm (muscle innervation).
The exact conflict content depends on the location on the body, see skeleton at new mesoderm below.
CA phase
Degradation of cells in muscles.
Mostly unnoticed, possibly a little less energy or some weaker muscles.
PCL phase
Rebuilding muscles.
Fatigue, muscle pain.  In syndrome: marked swellings sometimes interpreted as muscle tumors.
EC in motor conflicts
Muscle spasms, muscle cramps, seizure.
Biological utility
The biological benefit lies at the end of the PCL-B: stronger muscles.
Hanging healings
1. With an SDC: fibromyalgia.
2. In motor conflict: epilepsy, chronic spasms, e.g. Parkinson's disease, see muscle innervation.
Learn more about this and how to deal with it in the topic day bones, tendons, muscles and joints.