Even if human consciousness is found in every cell, the brain is a marvel that can be shaped throughout an entire lifetime. Brain and nerve activities are the quickest rhythms that determine our human existence.
This speed clearly manifests itself in our fast-moving modern age. Every possible pause in the constant drive for action has been eliminated. What is the actual destination of this race? What is the goal? As a result of this turbulent pursuit, human beings have developed increasingly complicated illnesses. It is difficult to escape from such a pull, but this is precisely where we find the solution: It is necessary to pause, feel where we are standing and reflect on what we are doing.
The ninth volume of the Organ-Conflict-Cure series focuses on communication, language and self-expression, as well as the major nervous conflict of our age – stress – and its holistic treatment. Rosina Sonnenschmidt extensively describes the related anatomy and functions of the peripheral, autonomic and central nervous system and their significance. She especially values the life rhythms and provides valuable tips on nutrition and exercises for coordination, communication and strengthening of the nerves.
This volume discusses important neurological diseases such as sciatica, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s/dementia, Parkinson’s and epilepsy, together with their possible causes. Rosina Sonnenschmidt offers a variety of suggestions for homeopathic treatment with remedies such as Carcinosinum, Plumbum, Alumina silicata, Aurum iodatum, Gnaphalium and Piper methysticum. An additional chapter serves to explain the homeopathic treatment of rhythm disorders in speech, reading and writing such as legasthenia, stuttering and aphasia.
The book culminates with the spiritual aspects of the nervous system and its connection with the chakras. In addition to consciousness expansion, the author describes the practice of spirituality and its full blossoming in everyday life.
The Organ-Conflict-Cure Series will be completed over the next two years. In total, there will be 12 volumes (plus an Index for the entire series), each dealing with a particular organ system.