The Fronto-Occipital Constellation involves the frontal lobe and the occipital lobe (visual cortex).
Biological conflicts: frontal-fear conflict, powerless conflict, a “fear in the neck” that cannot be shaken off, a fear of a “predator”.
The Fronto-Occipital Constellation manifests itself as a state of acute panic because the person feels trapped between dangers coming from the front as well as from behind. The panic is particularly strong during the Epileptoid Crisis (see psychotic attacks). Recurring panic attacks are brought on by conflict relapses or conflict tracks (a certain subject, person, location, sound, odor) that were stored in the subconscious when the conflicts first occurred.