Erectile Dysfunction.


Erectile Dysfunction


“Should your erection should last more than four hours … ”

I couldn’t resist the above quote from the ever present Viagra ® commercials. Simply classic. Saturday Night Live material.

In the cold light of day, erectile dysfunction is no laughing matter.

Wikipedia defines erectile dysfunction as sexual dysfunction characterized by the inability to develop or maintain an erection of the penis during sexual activity.

It’s so sensitive an issue that it is often whispered only by it’s initials, E.D.

When discussing erectile dysfunction it is important to distinguish true E.D. from transitory erectile issues due to alcohol, medications (anti-depressants and nicotine) fatigue as well as neurological issues.

Sure, organic theories abound – cardiovascular disease and diabetes to start all the way to prolonged bicycling.

Yet whenever E.D. presents, we need to look for a territorial loss conflict.

A territorial loss can be the loss of our domain – a home to foreclosure, natural disaster, divorce. The loss of a lover, partner, girlfriend or spouse. The loss of a business to a competitor, a merger, a terminated lease, cutbacks or even a downturn in the economy. Our family, friends, clients can be part of our domain and a loss through an unexpected death, divorce or even a transfer can be experienced the same. A loss of our immigration status, our possessions as well.

The standard medicine identifies that erectile dysfunction is governed by a ‘mechanism’ read that, the nervous system. If this mechanism is intact, as it is in the majority of cases, then what is responsible?

In reality, the mechanical dysfunction is the result of a special biological program of nature that is now up and running, similar to a software program.

Before we delve there we need to take a step back and look at the dynamics of something known as the wolf pack. Aspects of Dr. Hamer’s research is inspired by these pack observations.

In a wolf pack we have an alpha male, and all the subordinate wolfs. This biological arrangement is vital to the welfare and very survival of the pack. It also exists in human hierarchical structures.

If we look ‘back to the pack’, when an alpha wolf asserts dominance over another wolf, that wolf becomes a submissive beta wolf and that very dynamic will stop the beta wolf from procreating – for a violation of this hierarchical wolf pack structure could mean a more demonstrative attack by the alpha male which could prove fatal. The beta wolf is compelled to not longer procreate.

As a result, the submissive beta wolf experiences an altered hormonal state reflective of his new and diminished status within the pack. His interest in the female now diminished, all prowess lost.

This is the meaningful purpose of this special biological program of nature in play. For if this disinterest and loss of ability to procreate did not occur it would mean sure death for the beta male. We see the meaningful purpose of so many of these GNM biological programs expressed in man as well. In this case, as erectile issues.ed

Keep in mind that although biological conflicts are literal in the animal kingdom, in our human realm they are more often symbolic. Now, it is possible for a man today to lose his place in the pack, i.e., the hierarchical corporate or familial structure – most often today though, the loss of territory will be multi-faceted and figurative.

When a man experiences a territorial loss conflict (first conflict for a right handed male, second loss conflict for a left handed male) the special biological program will initiate and just as in the wolf pack the male will experience an altered hormonal state reflective of his new and diminished status.

At the moment of the biological conflict (dhs) and while the individual remains conflict active, there will be an ulceration process (microscopic cell loss) that will occur (on the organic level) within the intima of the coronary arteries.

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4 thoughts on “Erectile Dysfunction

  • March 30, 2016 at 6:34 pm

    Thank you. Maybe this dynamic explains “Elect”ile Dysfunction of this political campaign!

  • February 13, 2018 at 5:48 am

    Would love to see a separate article on ‘Priapism’, which becomes a urological emergency after prolonged erection of 4-6 hours. The odd thing is that “a bimodal distribution has been noted, with peaks at 5-10 years and 20-50 years.” Hard to imagine kids 5 years of age having ED problems like this, meaning the same self-devaluation conflict as men 50 years of age. Traditional medicine states that it’s mainly a problem of ‘bad veins not allowing the blood to flow out…’ and hence the emergency nature of Priapism. In my view the blood circulation keeps going (be it ‘slow’ at some point), but sometimes it can take ‘ages’ before the para sympathetic nervous system relieves the blood again, after having done its job (cell minus during conflict active phase, cell plus in the healing phase). Can’t wait to see a really good GNM explanation for Priapism. Thanks in advance!

  • February 23, 2018 at 12:00 pm

    I presented this ‘question’ at different occasions/websites, but nobody seems to be eager (or knowledgeable) enough to even respond to it. Maybe this website is just left on its own (looks like it). Would be nice to know, so people don’t waste their time writing comments or asking questions here any longer. Thanks for the interesting articles anyway.

    • February 23, 2018 at 1:28 pm

      Our sincere apologies for the delay in response as we have been researching your question over the past week – to no avail. Sorry we could not assist with this specific topic.


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