Hamer Syndrome), which is an unexpected, highly acute, and isolating conflictshock that occurs simultaneously in the PSYCHE, the BRAIN, and on thecorresponding ORGAN.
In GNM terminology, a ”conflict shock“ or DHS refers to an emotionallydistressing situation that we could not anticipate and for which we were notprepared. Such a DHS can be triggered, for example, by an unexpectedseparation or loss of a loved one, unexpected anger or worry, or by asudden diagnosis or prognosis shock. A DHS differs from a psychological”issue“ or an everyday stress situation insofar as an
conflictshock involves not only the psyche but also the brain and the body.From a biological point of view,
implies that, unprepared for,the situation could potentially be detrimental for the one, who was caught off-guard. In order toassist the individual during such an unanticipated crisis, a
Significant Biological SpecialProgram
, created for exactly that particular situation, is instantly set into motion.Since these age-old meaningful survival programs are inherent in all organisms, including ushumans, we speak in GNM of
rather than of psychological conflicts.Animals experience these biological conflicts inreal terms, for example, when they lose their nestor territory, when they are separated from a mateor an off-spring, when they are attacked by anopponent, when they suffer a threat of starvationor a death-fright.
Sorrow over the loss of a mate