Nosebleeds. As a German New Medicine Practitioner, I have witnessed that when one experiences epitaxis, a nosebleed – a biological conflict of the nasal mucosa has just resolved. Assuming there has been no trauma or poisoning (medication side-effects as well) German New Medicine reveals this will occur when this very biological conflict is ‘put to bed.’ The conflict may be literal or figurative. Literal – you smelled something unpleasant or even nasty. Figurative – something
In German New Medicine, squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue involves tissue that is ectodermal in nature. It also involves the cerebral cortex as the control center. This is important as the tissue will ulcerate (microscopically) during conflict-shock activity. Upon conflict resolution, the tissue loss (ulceration) will stop immediately and will re-fill in very quickly, with rapidly dividing cells (cancer). The fact that you a growth is present indicates that the conflict has resolved. The
Wicked Pissah. (Only those from Boston will understand.) As a German New Medicine Practitioner when one is unable to demarcate one’s boundaries, one’s territory, unable to take a stand on a situation, draw a line in the sand, put their foot down – they may experience that situation as a biological conflict of the bladder musculature. German New Medicine reveals that urinary incontinence commences when a biological conflict of not being able to take a
The Five Biological Laws of German New Medicine : 1) Disease initiates when we experience a biological shock, simultaneously at three levels – consciousness, brain, organ. 2) Every disease runs in two phases. 3) Embryology dictates the show. 4) Microbes (bacteria, viruses) assist in healing. 5) There is an infinite Intelligence running the mind-body.
Laterality German New Medicine Laterality to a German New Medicine practitioner or German New Medicine Therapist is a topic of vital importance. The term laterality in GNM has a slightly different ‘zeitgeist’ relative to the traditional understanding. Our laterality is not synonymous with handedness, for example writing with your left hand on using a dinner utensil with your right hand – that can be a learned behavior. Rather, our laterality is whether our brain responds
The Cookie Thief by Valerie Cox A woman was waiting at an airport one night With several long hours before her flight. She hunted for a book in the airport shop Bought a bag of cookies and found a place to drop She was engrossed in her book but happened to see That the man beside her as bold as could be Grabbed a cookie or two from the bag between Which she tried to
In the 1998 movie, City of Angels starring Meg Ryan there is a wonderful line where she is describing the taste of a pear to Nicholas Cage who has never had that experience. From the movie script … ‘Describe it. Like Hemingway. Well, it tastes like … a pear. You don’t know what a pear tastes like? I don’t know what a pear tastes like to you.’ In order to understand what a pear is
Catch-22 (ˈkætʃˌtwɛn tiˈtu) noun 1. a frustrating situation in which one is trapped by contradictory regulations or conditions. 2. any illogical or paradoxical problem or situation; dilemma. 3. a condition preventing the resolution of a problem or situation; catch. German New Medicine is often lumped into the generic mind-body blah, blah, blah. The New Medicine is not about your thoughts creating a cancer or this-and-that disease. It is not an approach negativism that your “stinkin’
Oh, that over-sized red, orange and yellow ‘art work’ would elicit puzzling looks and inquisitive stares. It was, of course the behemoth Scientific Chart of The New Medicine. Quite hard to miss. People for some reason were fascinated with it. I think many were simply wondering how was it possible to get all that information onto one large poster. When I began to share the New Medicine way back when, clients would stop me to
Tinnitus is a modern day malady that has gone pandemic, and yet for many, it has become the new frustrating norm. By NEAL ROBERT SMOOKLER Dr. Neal Robert Smookler, New England’s first (GNM) German New Medicine practitioner and consultant resides in Hopkinton, Massachusetts where he consults, in person and via phone both professional and lay persons locally as well as nationally.