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 to a biological conflict with the left hemisphere or the right hemisphere.
This is conclusively determined at birth.
The utmost importance of laterality in GMM is due to the fact that it will help us determine the relationship (mother/child or partner) that was connected with any biological program.
In other words, our laterality will dictate which side of the body will respond to a biological shock.
Dr. Hamer has devised multiple evaluations to accurately determine an individuals laterality.
A synopsis of laterality is as follows… An individual, who’s laterality is right will respond to a biological conflict relative to mother/child on the left side of the body.
An individual, who is laterality is right will respond to a biological conflict relative to partner on the right side of the body.
An individual, who is laterality is left will be the reverse.
2 thoughts on “Hey Brother, Can You Give Me a Hand? Laterality in German New Medicine Therapy.”
Can you comment about where emotional traumas involving fathers will generally appear?
I have come to use this:
left side is mother (or how the father views women)
right side is father (or how the mother views men)
Father is considered our first partner. For a right handed man or woman, a biological conflict relating to father will express itself on the right side of the body. For a left handed man or woman, a biological conflict relating to father will express itself on the left side of the body. Exclusions to this will be brain stem controlled conflicts.