Bronchitis with allergic alveolitis, a form of lung impairment
Report and analysis according to the system of the 5 Biological Laws of Nature (5BL, New Medicine, GNM, German New Medicine).
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Case of an Italian Franciscan monk who rebuilt an old, dilapidated monastery in the vast surroundings of Assisi and experienced bronchitis with allergic alveolitis, after this project, which was a lifelong dream of him, was first threatened by his order who agreed later.
Case description by A.L.B.A. (today: Ass. Saluta Aktiva Onlus), Italian Association for the study of the discovery of the System of the Five Biological Laws of Nature after the discovery and description by R.G.H. Presented at the international congress “Die exakt biologische Medizin ”, 14. – 16th of October 2011, Assisi.
Bronchitis with allergic alveolitis, a form of lung impairment, at an Italian monk
Analysis according to the system of the 5 Biological Laws of Nature (5BN),
a scientific model for the synchronicity of organs, psyche and brain to cope with changed life situations with adaptation by means of anciently trained survival programs in a scheme of two-phase:
Heartwarming at the congress was the case of a Franciscan monk who rebuilt an old, dilapidated monastery in the vast surroundings of Assisi and experienced bronchitis with allergic alveolitis, after this project, which was a lifelong dream of him, was first threatened by his order who agreed later. The case report was presented by Claudio Trupiano, therapist/counsellor, ital. Lawyer and author. At the end, Brother B. (full name known) spoke live in a strong voice, where there was no longer any sign of his severe lung impairment, in which the regular use of mobile oxygen pressure cylinders had been necessary for sufficient oxygen content.
Before his first contact with Claudio Trupiano, the monk had gone through all diagnostic examination methods and so the diagnosis from conventional medicine had been made.
About 20 years earlier, Brother B. had found very old monastery remains in the far vicinity of Assisi. These date back to about the time of Francis. He began the reconstruction as a hermitage. Over time, this became a meeting place for many, especially young people. 7 years ago, his mother house had decided that he should not spend so much time on the construction. Brother B. continued, but now fits of coughing began. Coughing as a typical "bronchitis", the regeneration phase from the program of the bronchial mucosa to territorial anxiety after solution. In the time that followed, there were repeated recurrences of conflict: activations and, after the situation had been resolved, the onset of coughing fits, which increased over the years.
He was ordered back to the monastery. After a few days he told the prior that he will go back. However, he felt left alone with the scope of the project. He also felt fear of failure. Then came a solution: a young couple went up to the hermitage to support him. Later, a lay network was formed, which helped to set it up. In May 2008, the radical solution came: his order gave the green light for his project.
He came to a solution. Massive fits of coughing with breathing difficulties began and he was taken to the hospital. It was here that it was noticed for the first time that the pulmonary alveoli (alveoli) were involved. The findings were pulmonary fibrosis, alteration of the squamous layer of the bronchial ducts, cylindrical cells, allergic alveolitis He then received, among other things, oxygen therapy and even after his hospital stay he regularly needed additional oxygen supply via mobile oxygen pressure cylinder (recordings at the congress of Brother B., where he worked with oxygen pressure cylinders in the hermitage). Later, he came to Claudio Trupiano, who was able to present his situation with his physical changes from the point of view of the five biological laws of nature. Brother B. immediately understood what had happened. In his case, there was an overlap of two tissues, that of the ectodermal bronchial mucosa to fear of territory and that of the entodermal alveoli to fear of death. The latter had been activated as a result of the severe symptoms of the first program. Based on this understanding, he was able to keep new activations of the programs short or avoid them in the following time and thus regain full oxygen content through normal breathing.
In his live speech at the convention, Brother B. was able to speak in a strong voice without breathing or oxygen problems, with which he would not have needed a microphone for the more than 600-person hall: "The human is more than his illness."
Explanation of the programs:
* Bronchial mucosa to territorial anxiety or startle fear conflict, controlled from the cerebral cortex field: Physiologically, this mucous membrane regulates the air flow when speaking and is sensitive. In the active phase, there is a reduction in sensitivity and, as time progresses, tissue changes. After the situation is resolved, the regeneration process begins, during which coughing fits occur. If the situation is completely resolved, no further activations are necessary.
* Pulmonary alveoli (alveoli) to fear of death, controlled from the brainstem: Physiologically, this is where the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place. In the active phase, there is an increased function of the exchange and, as time progresses, tissue changes. After the situation has been resolved, the regeneration process of the tissue begins, leading to reduced exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide as well as coughing due to the functional impairment typical of regeneration processes. It is precisely the perception of the impairments during this time that can be the trigger for the next activation of this program. It is only through the change of perception that no further activation is necessary, in the above case this happened after Brother B. had been informed about the system of the 5 biological laws of nature. He had understood that there was no reason to feel fear of death, since a regeneration process can be symptomatically strong, but it only exists for a limited period of time from the outset.
Case description summarized by Monika Anzenberger, congress participants,
with additional details von Nicolas Barro, congress participants
Report translated by: Monique Hetfeld