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 someone said or did that stunk (this is lousy.)
It may at times be so one can sniff out one’s enemy or even a separation that involves losing the scent of a loved one.
What standard medicine calls a nosebleed, is the resolution of this meaningful nasal program.
In German New Medicine, the use of the term conflict is very different from that of its use in psychology.
In German New Medicine, a biological conflict is a consciousness “Catch-22.” A trauma, shock, difficulty, dilemma or conundrum which the individual must overcome in order to insure it’s biological integrity or survival.
The “Catch-22” lies in the reality that the biological conflict cannot, at least at that moment in time be resolved. A stalemate of sorts ensues, but like any good stalemate something has to give, so nature intercedes to take the ‘weight’ of the distress off of the psyche and shift it to the body (organ).
The ‘weight’ is translated into a compensatory emergency biological program that expresses on the cellular level that the body is able to run or process over time. In this case, ulceration (no pain or symptoms) or cell loss of the nasal mucosa ensues in order to enlarge the nasal cavity to enhance one’s sense of smell. This is the biological purpose at play.
At the peak of the conflict resolution, known as the Epi-Crisis (EC) is when the bleed will occur. If and when the individual can resolve the conflict and address all tracks, all bleeds will cease.