The rules of laterality matter when searching for the emotional Root Causes of disease. So what the heck is “laterality” anyway?
Laterality refers to whether you are naturally right hand or left hand dominant and believe it or not, your laterality can help us to figure out details concerning your illness.
It’s important to know that in this instance, laterality doesn’t always equal “handedness.”
You can always teach yourself to eat with your left hand or your right hand. Laterality has more to do with whether our brain responds to a biological conflict with the left hemisphere or the right hemisphere.
According to German New Medicine, this is determined at birth.
The reason this is important is that our laterality determines which side of the body will respond to and be affected by traumas or emotional conflicts. Our laterality will determine which body side (left or right) will respond to the conflict.
For example, the Autonomic Brain of the Right Brained person will record trauma in this way:
- Right side of the body represents conflicts or traumas associated with your father, partner or your work
- Left side of the body represents conflicts and traumas associated with your mother, children, siblings or grandchildren
The Autonomic Brain of the Left Brained person will record trauma in this way:
- Right side of the body represents conflicts associated with your mother, grandmother, children and siblings
- Left side of the body represents conflicts associated with your father, partner or your work
For example, my right ovary was the ovary that grew into a melon sized cancerous tumor. This was tied to a “loss conflict” I experienced with my father when I was taken away from him at 3 years old.
Following the principle of laterality, my right ovary was affected because I am right handed and this tied to the loss of my father. When I met my father and resolved the loss conflict, my right ovary went into a massive healing phase…meaning I grew the tumor as my ovary was trying to heal. More on this in another blog!
If you aren’t sure of your laterality, you can clap your hands together as if you were applauding and see which hand naturally is on top. Of course this method is not always accurate.
Another good way to determine your laterality is to put your feet together then step forward. The foot that initiates the first step is considered to be the side of the body that is the strongest.
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