Bipolar & Manic-Depressive
Mental disorders have as their origin in the ectodermal germinal, temporal came of the cerebellum. In our culture we are champions of holding on to conflicts for a long time, this causes complaints, illnesses and psychological imbalance.
Mental disorders have their origin in the ectodermal germinal, temporal lobe of the cerebellum. Click here for more information ectoderm. In evolution, a new seedling emerges, we start living in groups because there are more of us. We start living in groups and biologically with the group we have a better chance of surviving. Each individual has an important contribution; your talent is put to use. We are creative and solve our problems quickly in nature, conflict breakdowns are non-existent in nature because they are resolved immediately.
Nature vs culture
In our culture we are champions of holding on to conflicts for a long time, this causes complaints, illnesses and psychological imbalance. Solution: HeartConnection knowledge of how biology & nature works, insight, awareness, connecting-melting-letting go & thinking in solutions. In short, only in culture are there mental illnesses and from self-esteem we diagnose man’s behavior.
There is nothing wrong with man
HeartConnection knowledge gives you the freedom that there is nothing wrong with human beings. Behavior stems from conflict impact(s) and very useful to understand so you know that any judgment stems from your own conflict impact. This allows you to take your own responsibility.
10 Basic Principles
Within HeartConnection we work from the 10 basic principles, from this you can give and find all the answers. Click here for more information.
In mainstream medicine, we know the diagnosis of bipolar and manic-depressive. From biology, both diagnoses have the same kind of origin. The picture below will make some things clear. It’s kind of like a scale, sometimes you hang more to the left and you will be more manic and active. At another time, the scale hangs more to the right, then you are calmer and depressed. If you have extreme and/or violent conflict impacts in the temporal lobe of the cerebellum (ectodermal relay), then the scales may tip faster or more violently back and forth. Regularly, this can be diagnosed as bi-polar with fluctuating moods, or manic-depressive with fluctuating emotions. In the second and third years of the Practitioner Training we will go deeper into this, the psyche the most fascinating aspect of the human being. Click here for more information Training Practitioner.
My wish is that within psychiatry, psychology HeartConnection knowledge and philosophy be applied so that the human being is understood and each person knows that there is nothing wrong with him/her!
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