Psychosomatic disease
The Diseases  Suppress alternatives

[The source of most disease.  You can see this when you tell someone how to cure their disease and they ignore you or run a mile.  Essential reading.  Dr Hamer worked out all cancers are emotional in origin and metastasis due to the shock of doctor diagnosis and prognosis.  Well suppressed by Allopathy Inc.]

See: Depression  Mental Illness

Dr Hamer

Ancient Power Removes Cancer in 3 Minutes!

Cancer and emotions

Emotional trauma

The Efficacy of Behaviour Therapy as a Cancer Treatment (and Preventative) by Don Benjamin

[1962 book] PRIVATE CASE-BOOK OF AN M.D. by by Curt S. Wachtel, M.D.  Psychosomatic illness, it has been estimated, may be found in as many as 80 percent of all patients who enter any doctor's office.

See: Spiritual Psychology  Spiritual Diseases

Key books
The Dynamic Laws of Healing by Catherine Ponder
Heal Your Body by Louise Hay

Other books
The Journey by Brandon Bays

Another example: a woman catches her husband in bed with her best girlfriend. She will suffer a sexual-frustration conflict. In biological language, the conflict being copulation, it will cause a carcinoma in the uterus of a right-handed woman. Not everyone would necessarily get such a conflict in the same situation. For instance, if the woman didn't love her husband and was contemplating divorcing him, she would not feel this shock as a sexual conflict but rather as a human conflict because of the lack of togetherness in the family. The conflict would then be a partner-conflict that would cause breast cancer in the right breast if the woman was right-handed. What appears to be the same event will have a different psychological significance for every individual.
    The decisive issue is not what happened but how the patient felt the experience in the psychic moment of the DHS. This same event could also be a fear-revolt conflict, bringing on hypoglycemia (abnormally low blood sugar), if the woman caught her husband in a very ugly situation, perhaps with a prostitute. Or it could bring on a feeling of self-worthlessness with or without a sexual conflict, if the woman caught her husband with a girl twenty years younger than her. Her feeling then might be "I can't compete" or "I can't offer him what she can." In such a case, it would be the skeleton, the pubic bone of the pelvis, that would be stricken, where one would see osteolysis (calcium deficiency) as a sign of feelings of sexual self-worthlessness.
.......For instance, a patient has an indigestion-conflict, as if he has half swallowed a big chunk but can't digest it. Let's say he bought a house and suddenly found that the sale contract was not valid, he had been taken in and he lost the house. From this shock he could develop a cell-augmentation in the stomach called adeno carcinoma which is a cauliflower-like growth in the stomach. This carcinoma happens in the conflict active phase with the HH on the right side of the brain stem, the oldest part of the brain, in the so-called "pons".
    Another example: a patient suffers a conflict with water, liquid or an equivalent; while swimming in the ocean, the young patient loses his strength, is close to drowning but is saved at the last minute. For months he dreams about drowning and can't go close to water. He suffers from kidney cancer (parenchyma necrosis) and develops cell decay (necrosis) in the kidney tissue (parenchyma ), until the kidney can no longer function. Years later, the patient goes on holiday with his family to the ocean. As his daughter loves the water, he joins her; with this action he solves his conflict. In the healing phase, a big kidney cyst grows, a cell augmentation. This cyst gets hard (indurates ) from a kind of connective tissue that helps the kidney in its task of urination. And so we arrive at the original reason for the tumor. These cancers or tumors are by no means senseless; on the contrary, they are something rather useful.
[Interview] Questions and Answers by Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer

What the ignorant doctor sees is a new cancer and thereby starts a new conflict shock. First because of his diagnosis and prognosis. The fairy tale of the metastasis is a fairy tale of unknown and unproven hypothesis. Never has a cancer scientist seen cancer cells in the arterial blood of a cancer patient which is where one would find them if they were to swim in the peripheral parts of the body.
    The hypothetical idea that cancer cells transform in the never-observed journey through the blood - i.e., intestinal cancer cells which grow cauliflower-like, compact tumors in the intestine suddenly wandering into the bones where they transform into bone-decaying cells - is a madness that can only come from some Middle Age dogmatism.
    The ontogenetic system denies any possibility that a cell steered by the old brain to produce compact tumors, could suddenly leave its corresponding brain relay and connect to the younger brain (cerebrum) and become a bone-decaying cell. One can only make a guess, but probably eighty percent of all second and third cancer occurrences start in patients because of the doctors’ pseudo-therapy. [Interview] Questions and Answers by Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer

The biological conflict linked to lung cancer is a “death-fright conflict”, because in biological terms the death panic is equated with being unable to breathe. With the shock of the deathfright the lung alveoli cells, which regulate breathing, instantly start to multiply, forming a lung tumor. Contrary to the conventional view, this multiplication of lung cells is not a pointless process but serves a very definite biological purpose, namely, to increase the capacity of the lungs and thereby optimize the organism’s chance of survival. Dr. Hamer’s brain scan analyses demonstrate that every person with lung cancer shows a distinct target ring configuration in the corresponding area in the brain stem, and that each patient had suffered an unexpected death panic prior to the onset of cancer. In the majority of cases the death scare was triggered by a cancer diagnosis shock that the person experienced as a “death sentence”. Given that smoking is on the decrease, this sheds new light on the enigmatic increase of lung cancer (“The #1 Killer”) and calls into question whether smoking is per se an actual cause of lung cancer. [2007 pdf] Dr. Hamer’s Medical Paradigm By Caroline Markolin, Ph.D.

Glandular breast cancer, according to Dr. Hamer’s findings, is the result of either a “mother-child” or a “partner worry” conflict. These types of conflict always impact the “old brain” in the area that controls the milk-producing glands. A female can suffer a mother-child worry conflict when her offspring is suddenly injured or seriously ill. During the conflict-active stress phase, the breast gland cells continually multiply, forming a tumor. The biological purpose of the cell proliferation is to be able to provide more milk for the suffering offspring and thus speed up healing. Every female human and mammal is born with this age-old biological response program. Dr. Hamer’s many case studies show that women, even when not breast feeding, developed a tumor in the breast glands from obsessively worrying about the well-being of a loved one (a child who is in trouble, a parent who is ill, or a dear friend who is a cause for concern). [2007 pdf] Dr. Hamer’s Medical Paradigm By Caroline Markolin, Ph.D.

Adrenal cortex - Wrong direction, gone astray
Bladder - Ugly conflict, dirty tricks
Bone - Lack of self-worth, inferiority feeling
Breast milk gland - Involving care or disharmony
Breast milk duct - Separation conflict
Breast, left (right-handed) - Conflict concerning child, home, mother
Breast, right (right-handed) - Conflict with partner or others
Bronchials - Territorial conflict
Cervix - Severe frustration
Colon - Ugly indigestible conflict
Esophagus  - Cannot have it or swallow it
Gall Bladder - Rivalry conflict
Heart  - Perpetual conflict
Intestines - Indigestible chunk of anger
Kidneys - Not wanting to live, water or fluid conflict
Larynx - Conflict of fear and fright
Liver - Fear of starvation
Lung - Fear of dying or suffocation, including fear for someone else
Lymph glands - Loss of self-worth associated with the location
Melanoma - feeling dirty, soiled, defiled
Middle ear - Not being able to get some vital information
Mouth - Cannot chew or hold it
Pancreas - Anxiety-anger conflict with family members, inheritance
Prostate - Ugly conflict with sexual connections or connotations
Rectum - Fear of being useless
Skin - Loss of integrity
Spleen - Shock of being physically or emotionally wounded
Stomach - Indigestible anger, swallowed too much
Testes and Ovaries - Loss conflict
Thyroid - Feeling powerless
Uterus - Sexual conflict
The conflicts for some other diseases are as follows:
Diabetes and hypoglycemia: A right-handed female develops hypoglycemia from anxiety and revulsion, if left-handed she develops insulin-dependent diabetes. A right-handed male develops insulin-diabetes from a conflict of resisting or struggling against something, if left-handed he develops hypoglycemia.
Heart infarct: fight for territory or its content.
Hemorrhoids: both, a right-handed woman with an identity conflict and also a left-handed man with territorial anger in the healing phase will get hemorrhoids.
Multiple sclerosis and Paralysis: inability to escape or continue on or to hold on to or not knowing what to do.
Facial paralysis: fear of losing face, having been made a laughing stock.
Psoriasis involves separation conflict concerning mother, father, family, home, friends or pets.
Psychoses of all kinds have one or more active Hamer Herds in each of the two parts of the brain.
Vitiligo, Leukoderma: ugly or brutal separation conflict.
In regard to AIDS Dr Hamer observes that no one ever died of AIDS without having previously been told that they are HIV positive or believe that they are. The implication is that just as with cancer, it is the negative perception associated with AIDS that causes its devastating effect.
The New Medicine of Dr Hamer by Walter Last