Report: Viral infection / bronchitis
On Tuesday afternoon 01/28/2014, the client was in a spa, when the first symptoms of cough and painful bronchi began. The next few days the symptoms became very bad, especially at night. The frontal sinuses also started to swell, causing headaches and making breathing through the nose impossible, while at the same time, breathing through the mouth caused pain in the bronchi. She also had a slight fever.
The doctor diagnosed “some viral infection” in the bronchi and prescribed an antibiotic (?). However, since she was five months pregnant, she wanted to avoid strong medication and instead only used nasal sprays, a heat lamp, cooling, and teas. The symptoms were also easier to endure because of the clear 5BN analysis, since the symptom duration of 16 days was predictable, due to the clear course of the special program and the knowledge of the second law of nature. Because of the strong symptoms, she was excused from work by the doctor for 2 weeks.
On 12/26/2013, she was on the way back from a Christmas family party with her husband, when she – sitting in the passenger seat of the car – saw another very fast car coming towards them up the highway ramp. She shouted “look out!”, but it was too late to dodge and it crashed into them (DHS).
She could not “sense the danger” in time to avoid it – which, in her case, affected the left endodermal sinus mucosa. At the same time, she was stiff with fear (feeling of being attacked) and experienced a “territorial anxiety / fear-anxiety conflict” concerning the ectodermal bronchial mucosa. Both tissues hardly have any symptoms in conflict activity.
Luckily, it was just a light impact and no one was physically damaged. Also there was no serious danger to the baby in her womb.
About one month later, after the car was repaired and everything went back to normal, they drove past the scene of the accident late on Monday, 01/27/2014 – for the first time she did not think about the accident and changed lanes as a precaution. She only thought afterwards: “Oh, there was the accident one month ago”. At that moment, the conflict resolved. The next day in the spa, the symptoms of the conflict resolved phase began:
The bronchial mucous membrane swells and is hypersensitive, which leads to a constant irritation/pain and thus to coughing. In the PCLA phase, it is a dry cough, in the PCLB phase a lot of mucus is produced. The mucosa of the nasal cavities also swells, but without sensory changes. It results in pressure-related pain and respiratory impairment.
Since the conflict activity was 33 days, the PCLA phase, in which the strongest symptoms occur, is about 16 days – if strong medication does not interfere. As calculated, the symptoms were much better from 02/12/2014 on. It was also striking that she had to urinate up to three times in the night the following week – a clear symptom of the PCLB phase.