Volume I subtitled, Structure Governs Function, presents real and potential behavior disturbances that typically develop from conflicts between structural polarities in people that can and do result in the expression of both emotional and physical stress and pain.
Now that you have a fairly decent concept of the actual and potential internal and external environmental pressures and beliefs that guide your decisions throughout this life, your next step is to investigate how blood chemistry controls your choices for behavior.
Volume II subtitled, Blood Chemistry Drives Behavior, addresses the physical chemistry of the body and the reasons for physical pain and infectious as well as degenerative dis – eases along with suggestions for easing the pain naturally.
Volume III subtitled, Hiatal Hernia Syndrome, describes the distortions of natural digestion stemming from defective body parts from birth that result in a myriad of popular dis – ease complaints including symptoms of fibromyalgia, arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
As mentioned earlier in this text, each organ in the body has an energy function, including emotions. Whether internalized or openly expressed, extreme emotional pressure can affect the integrity and health of the physical organ associated with that emotion.
Caustic stress can cause physical damage to organs, resulting in any one or all of the symptom profiles discussed in this book series.
• Fear affects the kidneys and bladder
• Anger and resentment affect the liver and gall bladder
• Shocking disappointment affects the heart, small intestine, circulation, and thyroid/adrenals
• Lack of joy and/or purpose affects the stomach and spleen/pancreas.
• Grief affects the lungs and large intestine.
And remember, chronic pain and discomfort in the “reserve tank” muscle can signal “trouble in River City” with the organ(s) related to them. Study the “ACHE AND PAIN PROFILE” in Volume II, and pay attention to the “dashboard gages” on your Human Machine that are shown on the DVD instruction set.