The heart is probably the most exciting, interesting and most frequently misinterpreted organ of all. Many people experience heart pain once in a while, they feel pressure or a stabbing pain, and are then afraid of getting a heart attack. Diagnostics have revealed, however, that the most frequent heart irritations reside on the emotional level—the heart was broken at some point. Hardly ever does the heart have an organic problem even if there’s a stabbing pain or it feels heavy. Therefore, I would always test which levels are affected and since when, if the heart reveals stress in the impulse test.
The true cause of discomfort, pain or ailments can lie in the vagus nerve and the autonomic heart plexus originating there, as well as the left cervical plexus of the autonomic nervous system that regulates the heart. The autonomic nervous system regulates the heart muscle, the vessel width of the coronary arteries and everything else in the heart. Departing from the vagus nerve, there’s an autonomic plexus regulating the heart.
In case of heart discomfort, pain or ailments, the vagus nerve is almost always blocked, and feels heavy; it isn’t free. Even heart attacks are actually caused by the vagus nerve. The clots clogging the coronary arteries contain proteins that are only formed as a result of heart muscle decomposition. If the clots were there first, they couldn’t contain these proteins, as those didn’t exist at that point.
Regularly test the vagus nerve and clear up possible blockages, and your heart will be happy. If you want to find out more on this topic and still can’t believe that medicine has erred for so long, watch the movie “Herzmittel Strophanthin – die unterdrückte Alternative” at www.alpenparlament.tv (in German).
The wonderful thing about intuitive diagnostics is that you can verify existing knowledge and find out new things.
For me, testing the vagus nerve with a simple movement of my thumb is part of the daily checkup. Rarely, it’s the muscle, valves, vessels or the pericardium that are irritated. But if they are, you’ll find out through testing.
During diagnosis, pay particular attention to the following:
Direct an impulse to the heart area with your palm while thinking the word “heart.” Then test using the arms.
Test the vagus nerve, the heart plexus and the left cervical plexus.
Case history taken from real life
I had a stabbing pain in my heart that felt almost like a cramp. In the arm-length test, the heart didn’t show any stress, but when I checked the vagus nerve using the cyberhand, it was completely blocked and felt hard. By visualizing music, in this case it was Mozart, the blockage disappeared completely, and the stabbing pain in the heart was gone immediately. The cause of that blockage was on the energetic level and related to a difficult phone conversation I had two hours before.
Text from the book Intuitive Diagnostics, chapter Diagnosing organs, structures, rhythms and issues