Biological Conflict Conflict-Active Phase Healing Phase
DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION OF THE FAT TISSUE:
The fat tissue forms a thick layer underneath the skin
(subcutaneous fat) and around internal organs (visceral fat). It has an insulating as well as a supportive function. In addition to adipose cells, fat contains components of loose connective tissue
such as elastic fibers. Fat tissue originates from the new mesoderm
and is therefore controlled from the cerebral medulla.
BRAIN LEVEL: In the cerebral medulla, the fat tissue of the right side of the body is controlled from the left side of the brain; the fat tissue of the left side is controlled from the right cerebral hemisphere. Hence, there is a cross-over correlation from the brain to the organ.
The biological conflict
linked to the fat tissue is a light self-devaluation conflict
or loss of self-worth
. The specific self-devaluation conflicts are the same as for the bones and joints
Whether the conflict affects the fat tissue of the right or left side of the body (or both sides) is determined by a person’s handedness
and whether the conflict is mother/child or partner
-related. A localized conflict
affects the fat tissue that is closest to the site associated with the self-devaluation conflict.
During the first part of the healing phase
) the tissue loss is replenished through cell proliferation
due to the edema
(fluid accumulation) in the healing area. Depending on the intensity and duration of the conflict-active phase, the growth(s) vary in size.
Small fat nodules are called xanthomas. The affected area reveals with what part of the body the self-devaluation conflict was associated.
, also known as adiposis edematosa, shows as fat pockets just below the skin, giving it a dimpled, lumpy appearance (this differs from loose and wrinkly skin
as a result of the natural aging process). Cellulite affects mainly women, often at an early age, and predominantly “problem areas” such as the thighs and buttocks considered as “too fat” (a perception that is culturally conditioned; in Nature, there is no “too fat” or “too thin”). The “unattractive” look usually creates additional self-devaluation conflicts
, which worsens the condition.
(not to be confused with cellulite), the affected area is swollen and inflamed, particularly when bacteria
assist the healing process.
A self-devaluation conflict
associated with the leg could be triggered by not being able to keep up (literally or figuratively). If the condition occurs on the right leg (see picture), this points to a mother or child
-related conflict, if the person is left-handed
All organs that derive from the new mesoderm
(“surplus group”), including the fat tissue, show the biological purpose at the end of the healing phase
. After the healing process has been completed, the organ or tissue is stronger than before, which allows being better prepared for a conflict of the same kind.