Relapse Tracks.

 

Relapse Tracks - German New Medicine (GNM)
“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” – Carl Jung

 

The term “track” is one that comes up often in my GNM consultations. Tracks are subconscious reminders of the dhs (trauma) that will reopen the original biological program (disease.)

The challenge with any German New Medicine session is to properly address these reminders that can delay a complete clearing.

At the moment of the conflict-shock, the psyche is wide open and processing billions of bits of information. What we need to understand is that at the time a person may have experienced a shock the psyche will actually record whatever stimuli were in the environment at that moment in time.

Esther Hicks (Abraham) provides us a unique insight at 3:35 sec. – 5:00 sec …

 

 

 

Tracks act as reminders that contribute the chronicity and recurrence of a disease.

At the moment of the biological conflict-shock (see Catch-22) the psyche is wide open and processing billions of bits of information.

The subconscious and five senses take a snapshot-in-time of everything in the ‘environment of the conflict.’ These recordings are imprinted and saved within the nervous system, until the conflict is resolved. The recordings that remain are referred to as tracks.

In biological terms, this is an allergic response. It’s purpose is clear. To serve as a heads-up, as the last time this particular track or trigger was in the snapshot, there was a high alert event – a conflict shock was experienced.

The stimuli that are recorded can serve to later send us back into conflict activity.

As mentioned, the common allergic response is a nice example of a track. If, at the moment of separation conflict (Healing phase being a rash) we are eating strawberries (one bit, pun intended, of perhaps hundreds of bits that are recorded in this snap-shot-in-time) we may later in life develop an allergy to strawberries that expresses in the same way as the healing phase of the original separation conflict, e.g., a rash.

That’s a very basic example, but it demonstrates the connection of an allergen or “track” to the original conflict. In this case, strawberries.
Celiac Disease provides us an in depth understanding of the role tracks play in GNM.

The allergen or trigger also reveals much about the nature of the original conflict.

The allergen or track was simply “in the picture” at the moment of the dhs.

The Second Biological Law of GNM relates to the two phase nature of all disease – conflict activity (sympathetic nervous system) and conflict resolution (parasympathetic nervous system.)

When an allergen track is present or presented to our nervous system – the subconscious is brought back to the moment in time of the original biological conflict. In other words, we go back into conflict activity. As soon as life’s events enable a resolution we immediately enter the healing phase of the conflict in question. This is nature’s way of providing the organism another chance to completely resolve the original shock.

So how do we inactivate any given track response?

By unearthing the original biological conflict and understanding how the presence of the track, in whatever form, was a part of that snapshot-in-time, so it is released by the psyche and no longer triggers the response.
So, in practical application how successful are we with deactivating the tracks? Well, that all depends. If the issue at hand is relatively ‘fresh’ it can be simple to ascertain the original conflict and associated tracks. If the issue has been longstanding for decades, we may have dozens upon dozens of tracks that have built up due to recurring relapse, presenting challenges. The individuals willingness to become mindful and plays a role as well.

Unless these subconscious reminders are made conscious, a vicious cycle ensues.

These stimuli or reminders need to be made conscious otherwise a vicious cycle ensues.

It’s sometime just a subtle feeling, a fleeting thought or nuance that releases the conflict.

I used to have horrible heartburn. I knew the conflict was a territorial anger – but had no change with just that awareness. It took me several months (Grrr!) but I finally found the feeling or fleeting thought. It was a territorial anger, yes – but there was a subtle nuance of despondency, hopelessness attached to it.

Since I figured that out, I’ve been fine. It still can ocassionally sneak in, but I nip it in the bud. GNM is in my opinion 100% accurate and precise – it’s just these damn tracks! ;’)

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