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Infections trigger mental disorders-heme?

On 07.12.2018, the medical journal reports: Infections can increase the risk of mental disorders in children. Why the bullshit is I explain to you here: The report states that a study has been carried out in Denmark. Who cares: Jama Psychiatry 2018 Deu10001 Jama Psychiatry 2018 3428. For the professionals who know something to do with it. So, the report says that in Denmark, children who have mental disorders have been compared. It has been […]

Why "unasked questions" create pain

Why even unasked questions can create pain: Someone has a big, important question for you. He wants to know something. But decency forbids him from asking that question. Because it doesn't belong. Because he's learned that you don't do something like that. Because you're married. For whatever reason, he thinks he can't ask that question. But the question interests him burning. So he starts talking around. He asks everything possible. Take the example: A work […]

Long thinking = hard sick

How long someone thinks of you decides dadover how seriously you get sick: The short question: "Where are you?" Creates itching in the foot. The itch is short and may only stay until the other knows where you are. By evening, perhaps, if you're chatting by phone: "Where were you at 1730am 00? That's when I thought of you. " But if the questions are of a different nature, and prolonged, the pain in your […]

Long thinking = hard sick

How long someone thinks of you decides dadover how seriously you get sick: The short question: "Where are you?" Creates itching in the foot. The itch is short and may only stay until the other knows where you are. By evening, perhaps, if you're chatting by phone: "Where were you at 1730am 00? That's when I thought of you. " But if the questions are of a different nature, and prolonged, the pain in your […]

Rhetorical question = No pain and no itching

Why rhetorical questions don't create pain, even though they have the same wording that one question creates the pain: A rhetorical question, a question you just ask without really wanting to know what the answer is, doesn't create pain. But the same question, asked with great interest, creates a lot of pain. A nice example is the morning question on the job: "HI, how does it go? All okay? ' That's a question, it's purely […]

Special features in bioinesis-The pain strength

Today I explain to you what the pain strength can tell you: If you're just in pain like that; You didn't bump, you didn't eat anything wrong, but suddenly there's pain, toothache, abdominal pain, headache …, just like that, in the middle of a situation, then just someone thinks of you. This Someone wants something from you. At the pain strength, you can see how much he wants that. The stronger your pain, the greater […]

Special features in bioinesis-rhythmic itching

I have two examples of rhythmic pain and its causes: The first example: You have two seconds of pain, then five seconds no pain, two seconds of pain, five seconds no pain. This is what goes on. One reason may be that someone is not trying to think about you. Someone doesn't want to think about you. Someone wants to stop them thinking about you all the time. So, he has a question for you, […]

Walking pain-The 10th Problem of biokinesis

Why wandering pain is such a big problem in bioinesis: Wandering pain, I call the itch or pain that occurs one after the other in different places. You have z. B. itching on the head, then on the nose, then perhaps on the ear, on the neck, on the chest and then on the abdomen. A normal person cannot establish any connection at all. He then scratches his head, on his nose, on his ear […]

Walking pain-The 10th Problem of biokinesis

Why wandering pain is such a big problem in bioinesis: Wandering pain, I call the itch or pain that occurs one after the other in different places. You have z. B. itching on the head, then on the nose, then perhaps on the ear, on the neck, on the chest and then on the abdomen. A normal person cannot establish any connection at all. He then scratches his head, on his nose, on his ear […]

Creating greed-The 9. Problem of biokinesis

Another reason why it is so hard to scientifically detect biohistory: It is the great interest to generate. This great interest is the problem. For testing purposes, you'd have to generate a lot of interest in a question, in another person, to make them pain, to prove that it really works. When we're just like that on the street, your husband has run far away, lost to you, you think, "Hach, where is he again?" […]

Creating greed-The 9. Problem of biokinesis

Another reason why it is so hard to scientifically detect biohistory: It i s the great interest to generate. This great interest is the problem. For testing purposes, you'd have to generate a lot of interest in a question, in another person, to make them pain, to prove that it really works. When we're just like that on the street, your husband has run far away, lost to you, you think, "Hach, where is he […]

Problem #: 8 Recognizing Biokinesis-You Self

Why you are to blame yourself, that others can't remember what they just thought about you: The situation is this: You have, for example, B. Heartbreak and now want to know what your partner thought, what the question he thought was called to find out what question has now created your heartbreak. So I have heartbreak, realise I have heartbreak and immediately think, "What is she thinking?" I then pronounce the thought, "What do you […]

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