Regaining Control over One’s Life – Subconscious Emotional Conflicts Lead to Failure in the Workplace and at School

by Dr. Reimar Banis MD Ph.D. | Sep 03, 2013
Decades of experience with hundreds of patients has shown that long-term subtle-energy deficiency frequently means that one can no longer properly deal with the demands of everyday life. For children and teenagers, this leads to difficulty concentrating, lack of interest at school and diminished perseverance. They will be difficult to educate and train, will have manifold behavioral disorders at times accompanied by increased aggressiveness (introverted children will generally tend to become more withdrawn). One gets the feeling that they are being incited to self-destructive behavior by unknown forces, and this is why they are failing in school...

Decades of experience with hundreds of patients has shown that long-term subtle-energy deficiency frequently means that one can no longer properly deal with the demands of everyday life. For children and teenagers, this leads to difficulty concentrating, lack of interest at school and diminished perseverance. They will be difficult to educate and train, will have manifold behavioral disorders at times accompanied by increased aggressiveness (introverted children will generally tend to become more withdrawn). One gets the feeling that they are being incited to self-destructive behavior by unknown forces, and this is why they are failing in school.

Many energy-deficient adults complain of a lack of resilience, of tiredness and increased irritability. Vegetative ailments such as tension, sleep disorders and generally not feeling very well are other typical symptoms. If you try to evaluate the effect on their daily life of these people, you get the impression that they are no longer actively shaping their lives, but rather have become passive victims of circumstance. If a therapist asks when the symptoms began, the answer is often: years ago, so that the associated energy deficiency has presumably also been around for many years.

For people with energy deficiency, testing with the aid of a special complementary-medicine examination method (Psychosomatic Energetics, abbreviated PSE) will reveal depressed energy readings, e.g. Vital and Emotional at 20% each (as opposed to the standard value of 90-100%). The typical test situation used in this case is illustrated in Fig. 1. If, in the context of the medical examination, one later discovers the causes of the lack of energy and eliminates them, then the symptoms will usually disappear as well. One may therefore conclude that long-term energy deficiency can make one mentally and physically sick, but also lead to failure in school and at work. Generally speaking, one may further include that subtle energy may generally be considered to be very important for mental as well as physical well-being, and also helps one cope well with others in the social give-and-take of everyday life.


Detecting and dissolving emotional conflicts

The key question is what originally caused the energy deficiency and now maintains it. PSE investigates the causes of energy efficiency using certain homeopathic test ampoules which respond in kinesiological tests when a particular disorder is present. There are test ampoules for all kinds of disturbances such as electrosmog, intestinal flora disorders, on up to mental disorders. Subconscious emotional conflicts can be detected in most people with energy deficiencies. These conflicts block subtle energy as, like a vampire, they constantly siphon off energy subliminally. In addition, subconscious conflicts manipulate a person's feelings and actions, so that they tend to self-destructive behavior and, to a certain extent, more and more become the victim of the conflict contents, which they implement without being aware of it.

According to the latest trauma research (Peter A. Levine), conflicts arise as a result of traumatic experiences which seem so threatening that they are emotionally virtually intolerable. They are therefore evacuated on the spot by the entire organism. In the interest of emotional survival, the topic is banned from consciousness and repressed. But the conflict also has a subtle-energy charge, which leads to evacuation on the energetic plane, which results in a loss of life energy. Like a vampire, the conflict then latches onto the patient's energy body and lives off of its life force. Therefore, in cases of energy deficiency, conflicts usually turn out to be the actual subtle-energy cause. This viewpoint logically points to conflict resolution as the only route to lasting recovery.

Fig. 1 - Typical PSE test setup: kinesiological arm-length test using attached REBA test device to measure the charge on the four subtle-energy levels

The traumatic contents of the conflicts are many and varied, including rage, sadness, fear of failure and other negative emotional content. There is, therefore, not one conflict only, but rather different traumatic “feeling-packets”. The contents depend mainly on the situation in which the conflict arose. For example, if one were so enraged that the organism was in danger of outright exploding, this would give rise to a Rage conflict. If one were helpless and feared imminent destruction, the result would be a Helpless conflict. I have been able to make out 28 different conflict themes which can be tested for using specific homeopathic complexes. If the corresponding emotional remedy is then later prescribed and the patient takes it for some months, the conflict in question will melt away and dissolve. In this process, patients often go through a slow but steady mental and physical self-healing process, one which often needs no additional therapeutic efforts, and which makes the patients once again self-confident, socially competent, mentally balanced and emotionally resilient – in short, it psychically re-centers them.


Examples of successful conflict resolution

To a great extent, children still have an open energy system, and the experience with PSE has been that they respond particularly well to energy therapy, as the following typical case shows: 10-year-old Michael suffers from behavioral disorders and is making poor grades at school. The school psychologist says he has hyperkinetic syndrome (ADS) and recommends transferring him from high school back to grade school. In the PSE test, there is response to geo-radiation and a conflict with the theme Rage. I recommend a good dowser to the parents, who immediately has the bed moved to a neutral location. The emotional conflict is treated for several months. A year later, I hear from a neighbor who is bringing her child in for therapy that Michael is doing well all around and that things couldn't be better with him.

Not just sick children, but also seemingly normal and healthy ones benefit from harmonization of their subtle energy. The Austrian pedagogue and kinesiologist Gerlinde Paukert has treated children with PSE prophylactically. After several months of therapy, the students were better balanced, able to learn better and exhibited greater cohesion as a social group. At the end of her multi-year study, which she titled “The Butterfly Project”, she wrote: “In closing, I would like to voice my personal conviction that high energy values effect a harmonization of the personality, leading to improved resilience, willingness to work, motivation, and happiness – and success is then not far behind. Social competence also changes for the better, and the school suddenly has a new ‘classroom climate’. The group is more friendly and less aggressive, cooperation becomes more important than competition.”

Fig. 2 - 28 conflict themes and their relation to body segments

Conflict treatment of adults is often also successful in improving social competence and thereby the overall job situation. In this context, I'd like to cite the following example: 50-year-old S. has suffered from alcoholism since he was a teenager; he is a steady smoker, and has been unemployed for quite a while. I examined him as part of a pilot project that was investigating the possibility of applying Psychosomatic Energetics to the treatment of addiction. In the energy test, I find very low Vital and Emotional readings of 20% each (100% is normal). I also detect a large conflict with the Rage theme (see Fig. 2). Afterwards, the caregiver confirms that Mr. S., strikingly, is never aggressive. Evidently, he swallows his aggression rather than exhibiting it openly. He is given the appropriate homeopathic compound remedies for a total of four months. A few months later, the caregiver writes me the following: “After a couple of casual jobs, an employer has now offered him a permanent position. Mr. S. quit drinking shortly after the PSE therapy. He now says that he can drink a beer at a party, but never lets it get out of hand. He is apparently also smoking a lot less. After four years of misery, he now not only has a permanent job, but, starting in the fall, he has a contract to start in a regular career (computer science). A few weeks ago, he bought a small car; he loves life and people, a new relationship could be developing. This man called me regularly and shared each stage of his success and his rise with me.”

People with a Rage conflict, as in the preceding case, often exhibit aggression-inhibited behavior which, in the rough-and-tumble of the workplace, is often taken for personal weakness. Such people are then exploited and pushed around by others, which only adds fuel to the fire of their rage. Such patients thereby sabotage their own futures without being consciously aware of it, or being able to do anything about it, since their perception is that it's an evil external fate that makes their fellow workers so mean and hurtful, instead of having any insight into their secret authorship (or at least co-conspiracy) in the overall problem, and then initiating a change for the better.

Patients with permanently low Vital and Emotional values often fight their poor situation with self-therapy attempts such as alcohol, increased caloric intake and other types of consolation that are harmful to health. This is no long-term solution to the problem; on the contrary, it makes the situation worse. Patients with low energy values are less resilient at work and tend to be fired more quickly than others. Unemployment then frequently leads in turn to diminished self-esteem, thereby amplifying the self-reinforcing vicious circle of emotional problems which lead in their turn to increased addictive behavior. Only conflict resolution will break the negative spiral of unconscious self-destructive behavior that provokes external insults, so that a healthy self-confidence can once more slowly be built up through positive success experiences.


Summary

Experience in clinical practice using the complementary-medicine method called Psychosomatic Energetics (PSE) makes it clear that a deficiency of subtle energy leads to reduced resilience, less willingness to work, impaired ability to concentrate and often to self-destructive behavior; in this, subconscious emotional conflicts are viewed as causative. If these conflicts can be identified and then eliminated, it often leads to markedly positive changes in the social realm. People can thereby recover self-esteem and self-confidence, act with greater autonomy and in general regain control over their own lives.

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