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EAR

The external ear (auris externa) is made up of the auricle (pinna), the earlobe (lobulus auricula), and the outer auditory canal (meatus acusticus externus). The ear- drum or tympanic membrane (membrana tempani) marks the division between the outer ear and the middle ear (auris media). The air-filled, tympanic cavity of the middle ear, with its hammer (malleus), anvil (incus) and stirrup (stapes), is connected via the eustachian tube with the pharyngeal cavity. In the oval window (fenstra ovalis), the stirrup transmits hearing impulses to the snail-shaped cochlea of the inner ear, which is the actual auditory organ. The semicircular canal is where the sense of balance is located.

Ear – Dermis

Disfigurement – hearing

Ear – Epidermis

Hearingseparation

Ear – cartilage

Self-esteem (Hearing)

Inner ear – Vestibular System,
Semicircular Canal

Inability to control/balance,

falling conflict

Inner Ear – Cochlea

Hearing conflict

Middle Ear and

Eustachian Tube

Hearing chunk (survival)

SBS of the Middle Ear

Middle ear infection (otitis media), inflamed ear polyp1

Conflict Chunk conflict (see explanations p. 15, 16). Right ear: not getting hoped-for auditory information. Left ear: cannot get rid of an unpleasant, disturbing message or not having noticed (heard) something dangerous.
I.e., not to hear something desired or not wanting to listen something undesired. Not getting or getting rid of information. One missed hearing something or doesn’t hear something and suffered damage as a consequence.
Example A child does not get the toy he wished for.
A baby wants to hear his mother‘s voice, but that is not possible in the nursery.
The 9-year-old daughter of a 36-year-old, right-handed married woman is doing relatively badly in school. One day, the daughter‘s teacher contacts the patient and says she thinks that the child‘s schoolwork leaves much to be desired = chunk conflict. She would rather hear something else, namely that the daughter‘s work had improved > right receptive ear is affected.
Resolution of the conflict: By chance, she runs into a friend, who has three children. She tells her that she has very similar problems with her children at school. A pleasant, and healing conversation, develops during which the patient pours her heart out to her friend. Shortly after the conversation, the middle-ear infection begins. (Archive B. Eybl)
A woman learns from her girlfriend that her boyfriend was flirting with another woman = conflict, not wanting to hear this bad news (chunk conflict). In the repair phase, a middle-ear infection follows > here, the left ear is affected.
Conflict-active An increase in the functioning of the “primal-hearing cells.“ Growth of a flat-growing tumor (adeno-ca) of absorptive quality or a cauliflower-like growing tumor (ear polyp) of secretory quality – increased filling of the middle ear with “primal-hearing cells.“
Bio. function With more cells, there is better reception or rejection of what one hears.
Repair phase A normalization of function: The tumor is broken down by fungi and bacteria; tubercular caseating = middleear infection (otitis media). Swelling, pain, possibly with perforation of the eardrum or the ear polyp bulging forward in the outer auditory canal with purulent discharge, mild fever, night sweats.
Repair crisis Chills, severe pain.
Note Repeated middleear infections can harm the auditory ossicles behind the eardrum and lead to permanent hearing loss.
Questions Was this the first middle ear infection? (If no > determine the first episode, then identify the current one. If yes > a hearing conflict must have gone into the repair phase immediately before this). Which event led to the healing? (E.g., a good conversation, good news, the resolution of a quarrel – This healing event provides an indication of the conflict). What was stressing me beforehand? What couldn’t I bear to hear anymore/What couldn’t I hear anymore? Which conditioning is the cause? (Parents, pregnancy, childhood)?
Therapy The conflict is resolved. In case of recurrences, determine the conflict and conditioning.
Guiding principle: “Life‘s not always a bowl full of cherries.“ “I can‘t have everything and I do not have to hear everything.“
Lymphatic drainage.
Enzyme preparation.
MMS (see p. 68). Colloidal silver internally and externally.
Drop vermouth-chamomile decoction or olive oil in the ear and cover with a wad of cotton.
Steep mullein blossoms in olive oil for four weeks – drop into the ear.
Onion compresses: lay finely chopped onion on the ear. Cover with curd cheese.
Beat white cabbage leaves until soft and lay them on the ear. Enzyme compounds.
Hildegard of Bingen: Oily “Rebtropfen“ special recipe.
CM antibiotics make sense for short-term treatment when symptoms are acute and severe, such as at night. Possibly only a single dose. Less recommended for chronic cases (see: p.69).

Inflammation of the bone behind the ear (mastoiditis)

The inflammation of the mastoid process occurs only in the context of a middle ear infection (otitis media). No wonder, since these air-filled bone cavities are also lined with endodermal middle ear mucosa.

Same SBS as above (see above).

Phase Repair/healing. Pain, swelling, reddening. In severe cases, the pus can erupt directly through the skin behind the ear (abscess).
Therapy Questions/therapy see middle ear infection. An OP (Mastoidectomy) is rarely advisable.

1 See Dr. Hamer, Charts, pp. 18, 23

SBS of the Auditory Tube

Eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD)

The auditory tube (Tuba auditiva, short “Tuba”) connects the middle ear with the throat. This important channel enables 1) the drainage of secretions from the middle ear and

2) pressure equalization (passively when swallowing and yawning or actively by holding the nose + blowing).

The tube is a highly complex structure of cartilage, a closure system with three (!) different muscles, also incorporating mucous membrane and glandular cells. The following conflict can be derived from its function:

Conflict See the conflict for the middle ear (p. 128) with the additional aspects: Not being able to get rid of the “crap” being heard, not being able to balance the pressure of what is heard (not being able to integrate what is heard).
Conflict active Increase in function (and, in the case of prolonged conflict duration, cell growth) of the middle ear mucosa goblet cells.
Bio. function With more mucus, the “crap” being heard can be excreted better.
Repair/healing Tuberculous, caseating degradation of the thickened mucosa by fungi or bacteria. The secretion can flow into the throat or the middle ear where it may look like a middle ear infection. Swelling, pain, mild fever, night sweats.
Note In chronic cases, the mucosa of the Eustachian tube increasingly thickens > occlusion > insufficient ventilation of the middle ear > retraction of the eardrum > poor hearing = recurrent or persistent conflict.
Therapy Accompany the healing. If it is chronic, determine the conflict and conditioning and resolve.
Questions, therapy p. 129.
Warm saltwater compresses.
Inhalations, oil pulling (p. 68).
MMS (see p. 68).
Lymph drainage (see p. 68).
Kidney collection tube therapy measures p. 279.
In very persistent cases, the ENT specialist must suck out the secretions or temporarily lay a tympanic tube for the drainage of mucus.

Fluid accumulation in the middle ear (otitis media with effusion, tympanic effusion)

In this disease, fluid accumulates in the middle ear because the drainage through the Eustachian tube is blocked. Relatively common in children (often after tonsil surgery), rare in adults. Symptoms: Poor hearing, no detectable middle ear inflammation, feeling of “full ear,” little or no pain.

Two possible causes for a tympanic effusion:

1. Outflow obstruction due to inflammation/swelling in the HNO area (e.g. tonsils, nasal or pharyngeal mucosa or swelling after tonsillectomy). > Not its own SBS, but flow obstruction due to local pressure on the Eustachian tube or its opening into the nasopharynx. > Find out which structure is swollen (swelling = repair phase). > Identify conflict and, if recurring, resolve it permanently.

2. SBS of the Eustachian tube (see conflict above). If the tubal mucosa is not inflamed, the three muscles that control the valve at the exit to the throat may be playing the main role here. Therapy: see above.

SBS of the Nerve Sheath

HFs in the cerebellum – topography still unknown

Tumor of the balance (vestibular) nerve – vestibular
schwannoma – mistakenly “
acoustic neuroma“

Dr. Hamer groups the acoustic neuroma with the brain stem (see: p.128, middle ear infection), which seems correct, because the “tumor“ lies in the brainstem (although it is on the border to the cerebellum).

The reason I order this SBS, with the cerebellum – mesoderm, is because the tumor, when seen histologically, is made up of Schwann cells – thus a “nerve sheath tumor.” It grows around the vestibulocochlear nerve (balance nerve) between the cerebellopontine angle, inner ear canal and the inner ear.

Due to swelling, it can compact the vestibular (balance) nerve as well as the cochlear (hearing) nerve and trigeminal (facial) nerve.

Conflict Likely a “balance-pain conflict.” Painful/burdensome/negative information knocks one off balance.
Example One must work with a jackhammer every day.
Every time her grown daughter comes to visit, the right-handed mother hears a sermon about everything she has done wrong and what she should have done differently = balance-pain conflict. She can no longer listen to her daughter‘s harping and wishes she could have some understanding of her problems. Over the years, an acoustic neuroma develops on the left mother/child ear = activephase. The patient‘s symptoms: deafness and dizziness. The neuroma is removed through surgery. (Archive B. Eybl)
Conflict-active Growth of a vestibular Schwannoma in the cerebellopontine angle.
The longer the conflict lasts, the greater it becomes.
Symptoms: deafness on one or both sides, disturbances in the sense of balance, dizziness.
Bio. function Through the thickening of the nerve insulation, the unbearable information is blocked.
Repair phase Inflammation > worsening of the symptoms. Break down of the tumor by bacteria.
Restoration is possible, but only in the preliminary phase when the tumor is very small.
After a certain size, its degeneration is unrealistic.
The best possible scenario is a stoppage in growth.
Questions Diagnosed when? (The conflict-active phase can already have been going on for months/years). What has been putting me off balance for a long time? What do I want to block unconsciously? What am I unable to “tune out?” If these questions remain unanswered: What bothers me the most in my life and has for a long time now? Which conditioning and character traits are the cause? (E.g. oversensitivity, absence of stability)? Which ancestors are similar? What made them become like that?
Therapy Find out what the conflict and conditioning are and, if possible, resolve them. Find out where the love is – there you’ll find the solution.
Guiding principle: “I have the power to change the things that are unhealthy for me.”
If the tumor continues to grow or is already too big, an OP is unavoidable.

SBS of the Epidermis

HFs sensory function – top of cerebral cortex

Inflammation of the outer ear or auditory canal (otitis externa)

Conflict Wanting to hear something desirable or not wanting to hear something undesirable. Wanting or not wanting to have skin contact at the ear (local conflict).
Example In a long telephone call with a friend, the patient gets an “earful“ of verbal abuse. During his friend‘s diatribe, he was eating nuts. Since then, he is allergic to nuts (= trigger). One day after eating nuts, he suffers from itchy eczema in his ear during the repair phase. (Archive B. Eybl)
Someone likes it when their cat lovingly rubs their ear. The cat dies = separation conflict of losing skin contact at the ear.
Conflict-active Cell reduction in the squamous epithelium of the outer ear or the auditory canal. Scaly, dry, numb skin, lessening of sensitivity, no pain.
Bio. function Through lessening of sensitivity, the separation is more easily forgotten or the unwanted contact is “blocked out.“
Repair phase Inflammation of the outer ear or auditory canal. Replenishing and filling up of the squamous epithelium, over-sensitivity. Rash on the ear, itching ear canal eczema, scaling off of the outer skin (detritus) because new cells are pushing out from below.
Note Consider “handedness“ (right or left) and side (mother/child or partner) or local conflict.
Questions When did it begin? (Previously, a hearing conflict must have been resolved). What didn’t I want to hear? (Accusations, viscous words, criticism)? What stressed me? Did it have anything to do with a specific person?
Therapy The conflict is resolved. Support the healing. If recurrent, determine the conflict and/or conditioning. Guiding principles: “I do not expect anything.“ “I am happy with the way it is.“ “I say YES to life!“ Compresses and herbs: see middleear infection. Drops of the juice of the houseleek (sempervivum tectorum) in the ear. Sloughed off skin can lead to inflammation. Therefore, if necessary, clean the ear canal regularly with an ear bath or let the doctor clean it. MMS (see p. 68).

SBS of the Cartilage of the Outer Ear (Auricle)

Inflammation of the outer ear cartilage (auricular perichondritis), gout

Conflict Self-esteem conflict with regard to the ear or the taking in of sound + active kidney collecting tubules.
Example Somebody has a hearing impairment and can no longer follow the conversation at the table.
Conflict-active Cell degradation in cartilage, no pain.
Repair phase Restoration of the cartilage. Inflammation of the auricular cartilage. Swelling, reddening, pain. In the case of syndrome (see p. 277ff), “gout tophus“ on the auricular cartilage.
Bio. function Strengthening of the cartilage so that sound can be better absorbed.
Note With this SBS we are dealing with “gout in the ear.“ Consider “handedness“ (right or left) and side (mother/child or partner) or local conflict. E.g., partner always sits on one side and gives you an ear full.
Therapy The conflict is resolved. Support the healing. In the case of recurrences, determine the conflict and conditioning. Resolve any refugee conflict. Lay curd cheese or white cabbage leaves on the affected area. Cold compresses, cold showers. Spray the ear with tincture of frankincense or myrrh. MMS (see p. 68).

SBS of the Tympanic and the Stapedius Muscles

HFs motor function – top of cerebral cortex

Tensor Tympani

Inability to dampen the noise

Stapedius Muscle

Inability to dampen noise

Deafness caused by the tympanic muscle and the stapedius muscle

These two muscles of the middle ear tense up in order to reduce the vibration of the eardrum, thereby protecting it from high sound levels. Sometimes, explosions and the like cannot be “intercepted,“ because the reaction time is too short. Thus, these and similar sounds can hurt the inner ear and cause deafness.

According to CM, voluntary (striated) muscles are involved here (one really can tense up the ear drum when a loud noise is expected). Normally, however, the two muscles behave involuntarily, as if they were smooth muscles. It is interesting to note that they also react in the same way (as if they were involuntary muscles) in the case of a conflict.

Conflict Not being able to dampen the noise. (E.g., A wife complains constantly, someone with dementia constantly repeats the same thing, a coworker sings annoyingly the whole day long).
Examples Thirty years ago on New Year‘s Eve, a firecracker exploded next to the now 67-year-old patient = conflict of not being able to silence the sound. For four months, he had trouble hearing with the right ear = activephase with increased tension of the tympanic membrane and the stapedius muscle. After that, his hearing normalized again = repair phase. Since then, however, any loud noise – such as a truck driving by or the noise of a concert – causes several minutes of deafness = recurrence with muscle tension. Hearing tests show that the patient has excellent hearing. (Archive B. Eybl)
Someone works in a nightclub and suffers from constant noise.
Someone constantly “gets an earful“ from their partner.
Conflict-active Increase in the muscle tension (hypertonia) of the tympanic muscle and/or stapedius muscle > deafness. Permanent deafness due to persistent conflict activity > constant tension. (Behaves like involuntary muscle?)
Bio. function Damping of the sound.
Repair phase Restoration of normal hearing.
Repair crisis “Cracking” in the ear due to uncoordinated contractions of the aforementioned muscles.
Note Behavior of involuntary muscles: Could it be that those striated muscles that also operate involuntarily (for instance the diaphragm, the outer eye muscles) might react like involuntary muscles in the case of conflict?
Questions Was there a specific, extreme noise event or is something chronically annoying? (Office, particular people)? In which situations is it better/worse? (Indication of the conflict).
Therapy Determine the conflict and conditioning and, if possible, resolve them in real life. Guiding principles: “Now the noise does not bother me anymore. It could be worse. I am ready to hear everything again.“ Bach flowers (see p. 59): beech, crab apple, lymph drainage massages (see p. 68), acupuncture, acupoint massage (see p. 68).

SBS of the Dermis

HFs in the cerebellum – topography still unknown

Ear canal furuncle (otitis externa circumscripta)

Inflammation of a hair follicle in the auditory canal.

Conflict Disfigurement conflict. Conflict of feeling deformed or disfigured. Feeling disfigured by what one has heard.
Example Somebody gets verbally abused.
The patient suffers from an overproduction of earwax. The partner complains about the bad smell coming from the ear = disfigurement conflict. (Archive B. Eybl)
Conflict-active A thickening of the dermis (corium) that usually goes unnoticed.
Bio. function Better protection from disfigurement through thickened dermis.
Repair phase Inflammation. Tubercular, caseating, stinking deterioration of the tumor (pus).
Note Danger of vicious circle due to stinking ear. Sometimes histamines (see: p.167) or certain foods (see p. 88) may be a trigger.
Questions When did the symptoms begin? Which stress did I have before this? By what did I feel attacked? Is is based on my nutrition? (Trigger). Which stress did I have before the last episode of itchiness?
Therapy The conflict is resolved. Support the healing. In case of recurrence, determine the conflict and conditioning. Bathe the auditory canal or clean with an ear spoon to eliminate recurrences.
DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide), H2O2 externally.
If recurring, guiding principles: “A crystal wall surrounds me.“ “That goes in one ear and out the other.“
“I will remain in my center.”
Bach Flowers: crab apple, compresses and herbs (see middle ear infection).

SBS of the Inner Ear

HFs auditory function, lateral in cerebral cortex

Impairment due to the inner ear, sounds in the ear (tinnitus)1

Conflict Not wanting the hear something. The most common hearing impairment SBS.
Examples “What I am hearing cannot be true!» I cannot believe what I‘m hearing! This guy is pestering me!“
A youthful, 50-year-old, right-handed woman has been suffering from tinnitus of the right ear and dizziness for the last 5 days. Conflict history: The patient has a 53-year-old sister with psychological problems. Following a 4-month stay in a psychiatric clinic, her condition seems stable. Six days ago, the patient was invited by her sister to have breakfast together. She notices at once that her sister is in very bad shape again, as she constantly pokes around in her miserable past > hearing conflict: “I just can‘t listen to this anymore!“ and falling conflict: “She will never stabilize!“ To the patient, it is clear that her sister will never get out of this mess. Therapy: she tries to lay her sister‘s fate in the hands of God. (Archive B. Eybl)
A 41-year-old, right-handed man has a good position as the manager of a hotel. One day, his supervisor informs him that the hotel is about to be closed. It is clear to the patient that this means the end of his job > hearing conflict: “What I have just heard cannot be true!“ Since this point he has suffered from tinnitus in both ears. (Archive B. Eybl)
Conflict-active Reduced functioning of the inner ear = deafness and/or humming, rustling, hissing, whistling, ringing in the ear = tinnitus. This causes further hearing reduction.
Bio. function Blocking out of what is being heard through a reduced functioning of the inner ear. Tinnitus: one is warned when the same or a similar situation recurs. The tinnitus noise also helps to disrupt the unbearable quiet when someone is all alone. (The sound of the seashore in a shell provides comfort and a sense of connection).
Repair phase Often, one notices the tinnitus only after acute hearing loss: Here, there may be a chronic hearing conflict present, which just went into the repair phase (hearing loss) recently.
Sudden deafness (see ISSHL below) followed by slow recovery of hearing, hearing impairment due to recurrences or persistent repair.
Note • Tension in the neck muscles may aggravate tinnitus or even cause it.
Words, sentences or songs that repeatedly go through our heads also function according to this scheme (word – tinnitus, music – tinnitus = “stuck in the head“).
Questions For hearing impairment: since when? (Previous conflict, usually continuing up to the present). What could I no longer tolerate hearing, which situations got on my nerves? Am I resisting listening because it might hurt? (Criticism, objections)? Am I constantly transmitting and not receiving? Do/did my ancestors also have impaired hearing? Is there someone who I am similar to? (Indication of a family issue).
For tinnitus: Since when? Which sounds/which situations does my tinnitus noise remind me of? In which situations does it get worse? (Indication of the conflict). When does it get better? (Weekends, vacation or mornings, when I am together with certain people? > Indication of the conflict).
Therapy Determine the conflict and conditioning and, if possible, resolve them in real life. Guiding principle: “It‘s a good thing that I heard that, but now, it’s already forgotten.“ Disconnect-ritual: “Say goodbye“ to the hearing conflict with your heart and mind. Lymph drainage massages (see p. 68). Acupuncture, acupoint massage (see p. 68). Willfort: smoke ear with hyssop fumes. Tea: club moss, mistletoe, hyssop violets. MMS (see p. 68). Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) 3% internally.
In CM, in cases of acute tinnitus, high doses of cortisone are prescribed over several days. It makes more sense to practice the so-called tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT).

Acute hearing loss (sudden deafness)2

Same SBS as above. Sudden deafness ranging from slight hearing loss to total deafness, usually in just one ear and without pain. It can affect all or only certain frequencies.

Repair phase Edema in the inner ear and in the hearing center of the meninges > short-term, severe reduction of hearing ability. In my experience, the order of tinnitus preceding acute hearing loss first isn’t substantiated very often. Usually, it is the reverse (still unclear). What is clear is that the hearing conflict needs to be determined and resolved.
Therapy The conflict has been resolved. Support the healing process. Guiding principles: “Relax, the symptoms are temporary.“ Alkaline food, lymph drainage massages (see p. 68), hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) 3% internally. MMS (see p. 68). In CM, circulation stimulating, blood-thinning medication and cortisone is administered. From the view of the New Medicine, this is only sensible as a short-term treatment. Personally, I would only apply the measures described above.

1 See Dr. Hamer, Charts, pp. 141,145

2 See Dr. Hamer, Charts, pp. 141,145

SBS of the Bony Labyrinth

Otosclerosis (otospongiosis)

Ossification can affect the oval window, the round window, the cochlea or the semicircular canals. The disease pattern is usually as follows: The normally moveable stirrup bone (stapes) becomes increasingly fixed in place > less transmission of sound waves > deafness.

Conflict Self-esteem conflict that one has forwarded information incorrectly or carelessly (e.g., forgotten, misunderstood, erroneously divulged) and, in doing so, has exposed themselves or other(s) to danger. Conflict that one cannot handle coarse information – cannot integrate it.
Example Deafness following a hearing-conflict. The patient constantly hears a whistling in the ear.
The doctor tell the patient, “Something is wrong with your ear!“
Conflict-active Degeneration of the bone (osteolysis) in the bony, osseous labyrinth.
Repair phase Restoration (recalcification), pain, otosclerosis, deafness through recurrent conflict or persistent repair.
Bio. function Strengthening, to be able to better forward the sound (= the information) later.
Note The ossification could also come from recurrent middleear infections (see above). Consider “handedness“ (right or left) and side (mother/child or partner) or local conflict.
Questions When did the symptoms begin? (Conflict probably already took place months before). Which important information did I fail to forward or forward carelessly? Do I have problems with coarse/strong language? Who else in the family is similar? Similar incidents in the family?
Therapy Find out what the conflict and conditioning are and, if possible, resolve them in real life so that the persistent repair comes to an end.
Guiding principles: “I forgive myself – it must have a reason nevertheless.” “Coarseness also is a part of earthly life – I want to adapt to it and integrate it.” Lymphatic drainage, acupuncture, acupoint massage (see p. 68). Natural borax internally. Garlic and lemon juice.
With chronic condition, only a slight improvement in symptoms is expected (due to calcification of stapes). If necessary, CM surgery (implant – stapedotomy).

Hearing impairment (hypacusis)

Possible causes

Poisoning due to drugs or medication: Antibiotics, diuretics, painkillers, acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) in high doses, psychotropic, chemotherapeutic substances, anti-malaria medication, iodine (as an additive to salt, toothpaste, etc.) can cause hearing impairment.

Cochlea hearing conflict: Not wanting to hear something. In persistent conflict activity > hearing impairment due to reduced function of the inner ear and/or tinnitus. In the repair phase > impaired hearing due to edema of the inner ear (acute hearing impairment) see: p.134.

Middle ear mucosa or mucosa of the eustachian tube = hearing chunk conflict (see explanations p. 15, 16). Hearing impairment due to recurring infection. Scarring with calcium deposits in the middle ear > impaired functioning of the hearing bones. See: p.128.

Middle ear muscles: Self-esteem conflict, not being able to silence a noise. Possible hearing impairment in the conflict-active phase. See: p.135.

Bony labyrinth: Self-esteem conflict. Not being able to hear well. Impaired hearing in persistent repair or after many instances of conflict (recurrence). See: p.135.

Mechanical closure of the outer auditory canal due to ear wax (cerumen). Noticeable worsening after coming in contact with water. Upwelling of ear wax.

Determining which of these various causes is the actual one isn’t always clear. The easiest is the explanation of the middle ear SBS: Here, several middle ear infections must already have taken place. Tinnitus is a clear indication of the second possible cause.

Therapy

  • Determine the conflict and conditioning and, if possible, resolve them in real life.
  • Mix dry mustard with water and paint it behind the ear (stimulates circulation)
  • Garlic and lemon drink cure.
  • Acupuncture or acupoint massage (see p. 68), lymph drainage massages (see p. 68).
  • Natural borax internally.
  • Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) 3% internally.

Ménière‘s disease (MD)

CM’s triad of symptoms for Ménière‘s disease is made up of the following symptoms: vertigo, one-sided hearing loss and tinnitus. Here, CM forms a single “disease“ out of at least two separate SBSs in different phases.

SBS of the Semicircular Canals

HFs auditory function, lateral in cerebral cortex

Dizziness (vertigo) caused by a falling conflict1

Conflict Falling or balance conflict. A person sees someone fall or falls himself. Also in
the figurative sense: to lose one‘s grip or balance. To lose the ground beneath one‘s feet. Hang in the air. Fall in a hole. “It made me fall off my seat!” “He fell down off his high horse!” Further aspect: swindle comes from the German schwindeln (to make) dizzy. Thus, this also includes the concepts (experienced passively or actively): lying, manipulation, twisting (truth), embellish/sugar coat, being unfaithful/disloyal.
Tendency to deny reality, often be flighty, absent-minded.
Example Due to her low and irregular income, the 40-year-old patient can barely afford an apartment. After hearing a lecture about the upcoming dramatic economic crisis, she has the feeling that she is losing the ground beneath her feet (= falling conflict). For two weeks, she was so dizzy that she can hardly walk or drive (= conflict-active phase). She resolves the conflict by deciding to move in again with her estranged partner. Immediately after she makes this decision, the dizziness ceases. (Archive B. Eybl)
In a 55-year-old woman, dizziness occurs whenever she cannot maintain her day/night (sleep) rhythm. She then feels off center or out of balance. When she recognizes this connection, she does not let anything, no matter how important, distract her from her planned, ideal bedtime. The dizziness subsides completely. (Archive B. Eybl)
A 62-year-old, now divorced woman experienced a financial disaster with her husband. For several months, this religious woman has been tormented by one thought: “Should I declare personal bankruptcy or not?” = conflict of losing the ground under her feet. The dizziness gets even worse when she learns that her son has been hospitalized. CM therapy with cortisone, and also homeopathic treatment, does not bring any improvement. When she realizes the connections, she uses regular meditation to “put everything in God’s hands.” By doing so, even though the bankruptcy decision is still pending, her dizziness decreases by 80%. (Archive B. Eybl)
Conflict-active Impaired function of the equilibrium organ (vestibular apparatus) > dizziness, possibly a tendency to fall. In my experience, the dizziness doesn’t always occur immediately after the conflict, but rather after the first relaxation phase thereafter.
Bio. function Dizziness causes someone to return to safe territory and avoid dangers = protection from further falls.
Repair phase Disappearance of the dizziness.
Questions 1. Side effects of medication? (Check if the beginning of the symptoms corresponds with ingestion. > Discontinue use as necessary). 2. Dizziness since when? (Conflict previous). 3. Determine if the dizziness occurred in sympathicotonia (active falling conflict) or in vagotonia (pressure on the brain – general repair symptom). Headaches? (= Indication of vagotonia). Cold/warm hands? Poor/good sleep? Appetite? Thinking in circles? If in sympathicotonia: Falls, accidents in the period in question? Lost footing/rug pulled out from underneath – by what? If in vagotonia: How did I come into the repair phase? Which stress did I have before this? Do ancestors also suffer from dizziness? If yes, what similarities in character are there? Do I want to relive this pattern or will I take the liberty to go my own way?
Therapy Determine the conflict and conditioning and, if possible, resolve them in real life. Consider “handedness“ (right or left) and side (mother-child or partner). Avoid risk & stay on safe terrain. Guiding principle: concentrate on safety in one‘s life. “Grounding“ activities such as gardening, handwork, walking (barefoot), strength training, grounding ritual, lemon-garlic drink cure. Bach flowers (see p. 59): clematis, aspen, cerato, scleranthus, honeysuckle. Tea: St. John‘s wort, mistletoe.

1 See Dr. Hamer, Charts, pp. 141,145

Dizziness – other causes

  • Poisoning with drugs or medication: Antihypertensives (beta blockers, ACE inhibitors), pain killers (analgesics), epilepsy medication (antiepileptics), tranquilizers, antidepressants, cramp releasing medication (spasmolytics), antibiotics, antimycotics (anti-fungus medication), diuretics, anti-allergy medication (antihistamines), X-ray contrast media, etc. > Due to poisoning, the human body experiences artificial stress (sympathicotonia) > “success of the medication“ > If the body neutralizes or expels the toxins later on, it actually enters a repair phase (vagotonia) > dizziness, headache.
  • Brain pressure = general healing symptom: The interaction of the eyes, balance organs (inner ear), and muscle and joint receptors, is disturbed by the swelling in the brain (brain pressure) > dizziness. See: p.67
  • Cervical spine or skull bone in the repair phase (possibly in persistent repair), space requirement reaching into the inner-ear area > dizziness, see: p.362.
  • Tumor on the hearing or balancing nerve > dizziness, see 131.
  • High blood pressure, see: p.80.
  • Hypoglycemia see: p.272.



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DateAuthorTitle and OverviewKeywords
2022/07/25
One day, blood and a thin, light-yellowish-beige secretion came out of a client's ear. The blood had a certain smell (and the cause was therefore already identifiable!). There was no pain.
"attack against the ear" conflict
2021/06/16
Hearing loss in the left ear from an early age. After decades solution with strong middle ear infection: At the end, the hearing ability came back to a reduced extent.
2020/01/20
10 years ago, the now 35-year-old had a boss who bullied his employees wherever he could. There she reacted with the SBS of the mucous membrane of the Eustachian tube on the left, so she had to "listen to get rid of the danger/the predator/...", which happened daily at work at that time. Years later, when this one suddenly surprised her by phone and wanted to hire her again, she made it clear that she will NEVER work for him again and she never wants to hear him again, which led to the resolution of this old massive conflict. The now following 3 weeks duration of the severe symptoms could be accurately predicted.
2018/11/17
Mr. R was middle-aged and woke up on Wednesday, 10/17/2018, with a slight hearing loss in his left ear: he could clearly notice that all lower frequencies were no longer perceptible. There was also a deep, clearly noticeable tinnitus sound. The symptoms lasted two and a half days.
2018/01/30
The affected woman had a coffee allergy for about 15 years. Almost immediately after drinking coffee or eating food containing coffee, very severe stomach pain with nausea occurred, which lasted up to several hours. By researching the causes, the allergy was subsequently successfully resolved completely and permanently.

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