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What next? A review

By Nachrichten

“A lot of people are nervous. A majority of them is even scared.” These are the sentences that I hear from psychotherapists and medical professionals during the last days.
We have dramatic disease rates in Europe. Lockdown in New York. What kind of wave is rolling towards us?

Some experts in virology and epidemiology (i.a. Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, Professor of microbiology and infection epidemiology in Mainz) believe that we are increasingly suffering from draconian government measures. The worldwide reactions to Corona are exaggerated – if not undully.

Mathias Beiglböck, Philipp Grohs, Joachim Hermisson, Magnus Nordborg and Walter Schachermayer, almost all mathematicians at the University of Vienna, share an opposite view. They have recalculated the Covid-19 infection, morbidity and fatality rates and issued a statement on 30.3.2020 via the Austrian government website. The professors came to the following conclusion: If the corona epidemic continues to spread at an exponential rate, i.e. if one infected person infects at least one other person, the collapse of the Austrian health care system with tens of thousands of deaths is most likely to occur. The goal should be to reduce the infection rate significantly. “This will probably require way more stringent measures rather than those that currently in force.” Otherwise a shutdown of the Austrian health care system is to be expected in mid-April. However, the developments in the USA, especially in New York, give rise to the fear that the situation in some places will deteriorate even more rapidly.

How dangerous is Covid-19, the disease caused by an infection with the novel coronavirus Sars-CoV-2 really?

Reliable evidence is provided by epidemiological data from the cruise liner “Diamond Princess“. All of 3,711 passengers on board have ben tested. 697 were tested as corona-positive. 328 of those who were tested positive showed no symptoms. 2,071 passengers were between 0 and 69 years old. About 50 of them were tested positive, but had no symptoms. About 180 had symptoms. No one in this group died from Covid-19. 1,231 passengers were 70 and older. Seven of them died.
A cruise ship is a closed population. You live in a confined space. Stewarts, bartenders and other members of the crew are so-called superspreaders. If they are (unknowingly) infected, they can very quickly infect many other people. Despite the cramped conditions, only about 20% of the passengers were infected. This, however, in a very short time. About a half of the infected passengers showed no symptoms. The average age on the ship was 58 years. 33% were over 70, including the seven who died.

Dr. Timothy Russel, biologist and mathematician at the London School of Hygene & Tropical Medicine, calculated a case fatality ratio of 0.5%.
In contrast, the WHO assumes a case fatality rate of 3.4%.

Prof. Dr. med. Pietro Vernazza, Chief Physician for Infectiology at the Swiss Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen sees the governmental measures in most European countries similarly critical as the already mentioned Prof. Bhakdi from Mainz. The physician refers to a publication in the magazine Science. Epidemiologist Ruiyun Li (University of Beijing, Imperial College London) and colleagues had re-evaluated the medical emergency in China due to corona. The conclusion:
Around 85% (82-90%) of all infections occurred without anyone noticing the infection.
About 55% of those who were unnoticed have infected other people.

Vernazza wonders how this publication could “pass us by almost unnoticed” in the current agitation: “Actually, we have been suspecting this for a long time. Otherwise it would not have been possible to explain why the infection figures in China have dropped to zero after a few weeks. Because this cannot be explained with an immunity rate of less than 1% of the population (less than 100,000 people out of about 10 million have fallen ill in Wuhan). It wouldn’t even be surprising if further researches put the rate of silent infections even higher. This new and not surprising finding must quickly lead to an evidence-based correction of our measures.“
The Swiss expert demands: “Finally inform the population and speak plainly. This infection is mild for young people. Fear is not a good advisor. Most people have the idea of a terribly dangerous disease. Yes, it is true: In Italy, about one person in ten diagnosed dies. But as we now know from this publication in science, that’s more likely one in 1,000 infected people.”

Scientists (on the subject of virology / epidemiology) are divided on questioning the threat of corona. There is no doubt that economic experts are in agreement on the gravity of the matter.
But why do I write about it in my blog?

  1. Because balanced reporting is rare these days.
  2. Because I believe that uncertainty in the evaluation of the danger from Covid-19 should not be an invitation to act carelessly.
  3. And finally, because there is a country that has hardly any problems with new infections by Sars-CoV-2 so far: Japan

Despite certain historical issues, Chinese go on holiday in Japan in large numbers. This year in January 925,000 came to visit. Even in February there were 89,000 visitors from China in Japan. There is no evaluation how many of them were already infected. With an average age of 48.4, Japan’s population has the highest proportion of senior citizens (i.e. the risk group) in the world. Which is important in this context because (as figures from the cruise ship confirm) Covid-19 tends to spare the young and affect the elderly.
Why are the effects of the current pandemic in Japan (at least so far) less serious then?
Sure, Premier Abe has closed schools and cancelled events to slow down the spread. But restaurants and shops remained open. A much gentler response than in Europe.
So why haven’t many more people in Japan contracted a Covid-19-infection? What saved the Japanese health system from collapsing?
One reason is probably that little corona-testing has been done in Japan so far (with hope to save the Olympics – which didn’t work). But an important part of the answer can be seen in the following photo (a screenshot from the internet):

People in Japan wearing masks, DPA, Screenshot

People who wear masks to protect other people from possible infection. An everyday picture during the winter months in the metropolises of Japan. As soon as a wave of influenza threatens, many people leave their homes only wearing a mask. Because they protect others, they protect themselves.

Another photo in this context. Taken at Buckingham Palace on 11.3.2020. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s handshake and bow to the Queen. Her birthday is coming up. She will be 94 years old. Johnson, who in the meantime has contracted Covid-19, now governs from quarantine. The Queen should be fine. She’s weathered worse than this.

Boris Johnson’s handshake and bow to the Queen, 11.3.2020, Screenshot from the BBC-News-page

But all the current ignorance of power is, in my opinion, reflected in this photo. As a reminder: Covid-19 endangers old people more than young ones, especially very old people.
Despite contradictory news on the scale of the corona epidemic and appropriate crisis management: young people are invited to protect all old people as good as they can.

So first of all: Put on a protective mask, dear people, before you step out into the street! If you don’t have a mask, wrap a scarf or cloth around your nose and mouth. Something is still better than nothing!
Don’t run into other people in public places, for example in the supermarket or on the bus or subway! Avoid other people, no matter what age!
Observe the hygiene rules required by health authorities. This cannot be wrong in any case.

Indeed, I believe that the growing mindfulness creates a new way of living together. For now social distancing is necessary. As a result we will be much more ready for a new time of rapprochement and closeness.

Yours – Otmar Jenner

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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What is called life?

By Nachrichten

“Dear friend and fellow prisoner,” a friend’s message to me today began, “let’s celebrate…”

What? His birthday. Online, in a chat room, as he explains.

What has changed in my life in recent weeks, I have recently been asked.
Everything. To put it bluntly. I’m now getting emails calling me a fellow prisoner.

I thought I was free.

My friend, to make this clear right away, has not committed any crime, has not been convicted of any crime and is therefore not serving any sentence in a state prison.
Nevertheless, a few sentences later in his mail the term “imprisonment” appears. Again as if I was part of it.

The Aztec goddess “Coatlicue” (“The One with the Snake Skirt”): She embodies, it is said, the ambivalence between intimacy and autonomy. This can also be seen in the context of society as a whole.

It cannot be overlooked now: certain freedoms that were once taken for granted, are suddenly curtailed. Suppose there was a need for me to buy new jeans – difficult these days. The relevant shops are closed. Sure, I would still get some pants if I needed them. Probably none that I like, though. At my favourite café the doors are barricaded. Not even coffee to go. Kreuzberg in an artificial coma. An unfamiliar picture.

Since gatherings of more than two people are prohibited in Berlin, I only meet friends individually. At least that intensifies the conversation. I had to cancel seminars. For a visit to my practice you now need a good reason. Many things must now be solved by telephone.
Hardly anything still works as before. The present seems so new, you’d think it had just been invented.

I then called my friend to speak as a fellow prisoner about his and my imprisonment.
“Been out for a long time today”, he explains and reports on an extended walk. Between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. he had walked from Kreuzberg to the eastern outskirts of Berlin. “Walked fast, got far. Wonderful in the sun. I saw my city with new eyes.”
I hear joy in his voice and I notice, “On the loose, if I understand you correctly.”

I know people who take social distancing very seriously. For example, a young couple from Spain lives in the house next door. They haven’t left their shared apartment for about three weeks. Letters and parcels as well as food deliveries have to remain outside the apartment door for 24 hours as a quarantine measure. They communicate with neighbours by calling through the closed door. Only when the hallway is empty do they move the deliveries in.
The real prison these days is fear. Am I imprisoned by fear? I would deny it. I think it’s likely that I will be infected with the new virus in the near future. I am not afraid of that. I am more concerned about the loss of individual freedom of movement and the dismantling of democratic rights. We will soon know how justified this concern is.

As uncomfortable as social distancing may seem. I have no serious problem with it. In fact, suddenly people I know only by sight greet me from afar. And as they greet, they smile. In the past, they almost ran over me, stomped past me without a greeting, without looking at me, and they didn’t smile either.
The (almost) standstill in the mechanics of the city creates a whole new, unusual freedom. Sounds probably strange, maybe also not very empathetic, because people suffer from the current viral consequences.
But while things are currently getting tight in some areas, for example in your own home, when the ceiling slowly falls on your head, new rooms are opening up at the same time. Even if they are thought spaces.
What do I want? What do I need? What do I enjoy? What do I love? What frightens me? What gives me courage? What gives me joy? How can I find fulfilment?
The slowing down of the world almost automatically generates a concentration on essential questions. The fog of distraction lifts. Answers become visible.
I too wandered through the city today. Explorations in the new space of silence. In some faces I believed to read findings.
What does life mean to me?, I thought.

Is happiness standing at the foot of a mountain asking, “Shall I come up to you?
The mountain answers: Stay where you are! I’m coming down to you!

Even if nobody can say exactly what life actually is – I feel we have every reason to kneel before it.

Yours – Otmar Jenner

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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An appeal from the new space of thought

By Nachrichten

In the new times of silence a space of thought opens up.

It’s an invitation to enter it. To actually think.

Today (21.3.2020) I have thought about the following photo.

Bondi Beach, Sydney, Screenshot from the BBC News page (21.3.2020)

A shot of Bondi Beach in Sydney. Because it is still summer in the southern hemisphere (about 27 degrees), people naturally want to go swimming. But they are not allowed to anymore. Corona has also arrived in Australia. Social Distancing is now the order of the day.
The whole stupidity of the current debate, one might think, is shown in this picture.
Hey folks, it says, stay at home, keep your distance!
As if sitting around at home is healthier than walking on the beach or swimming in the sea.

Wrong. Almost every child knows that sea air helps with respiratory diseases. The same applies, of course, to walks in the woods, visits to the park and, in principle, every walk out the door. That is why some doctors are already warning of the negative consequences of curfews and domestic locked-in. The consequences of lack of exercise will be seen in overcrowded orthopaedic and cardiology practices.

From Sydney, where the summer is slowly fading away, to Berlin, where the winter is just ending. The 10 degrees on the thermometer feel like much more. The sun glistens silvery in the spring air. I put on a protective mask before I enter the hallway, but take it off again outside on the street, taking care to keep a safe distance in case I am unknowingly already a carrier of the infection.
People come towards me. Some of them move past me in sweeping arches, showing that they have understood the commandment of social distancing. Others run straight at me as if on rails. Because of them I jump onto the road several times. Not because I am afraid of these people, but to protect them from possible infection by me.
That’s how I wander the streets, avoiding people. People avoid me. Some give me a nice smile. Others seem to be already by themselves. All alone in a kind of introspective state of mind. Probably arrived in this completely new space of thoughts that has opened up these days.
Except for grocery stores, everything is closed in Berlin Kreuzberg. Cafés as well as fashion boutiques. So there are hardly any possibilities to distract oneself through consumption. A very pure and immediate feeling. What do I need? What do I not need?
Berliners currently need so much toilet paper that it is always sold out by noon. For a moment I toy with the idea of entering a supermarket. It’s still just before noon. Might get lucky. What for? I think then. I think I’ve got enough for another week. But what if I’m unlucky at the end of the week and there isn’t any left?
With these thoughts in my head I wander on and suddenly find myself in front of a barbershop. Astonished, I look in through the window. A small shop. Twelve people are getting their hair done at once. The chairs on which they sit are very narrow. So narrow that when they cut, the hairdressers just fit through the gaps. 
I consider taking a photo with my mobile phone, but immediately discard the idea. But the sight irritates me so much that I decide to write this text.

If Corona were a Buddhist deity, she would certainly be counted among the angry gods. The wrathful goddess Corona obviously wants to show us that we should change our behaviour.

Really? What behaviour is that? And change it how?

It may be that the worldwide reaction to Corona has many questionable aspects (as some doctors say). It is possible that the fear associated with corona is part of the actual disease. However, 800 people have died of Covid-19 during the course of today in Italy alone. The fact that the virologists’ predictions are exaggerated, as larger parts of the German population still believe, thus seems increasingly absurd. Comparisons with the severe flu epidemic of 2017/2018 therefore fall short. The SARS-CoV-2 virus is apparently attacking much harder. Nevertheless, a fundamental mistrust of official figures and announcements may be guiding the steps of some people. But are doubts about the official version according to the virus an invitation to join Corona parties? The anarchist counter-proposal, call it Corona-punk, sounds like this: Forget the virus, let’s have fun!
Weird, but a lot of people think: I don’t care what’s happening right now. As long as I don’t see it, don’t feel it, don’t suffer from it, I don’t care at all. And yes, I would like to have all that behind me. So, where’s the celebration of contagion taking place? Then it will be all over much sooner.

People had very similar thoughts at the time of the great plague epidemic.

A basically understandable escapism. People are impatient. You want to get rid of unpleasant things as quickly as possible. And: Whatever Corona means medically, the fuss about it is already unpleasant. Besides: Who does not know the paradoxical impulse to want to do exactly what is not appropriate, nor helpful, or healthy?

But are impatience and paradoxical impulses helpful in the fight against Corona?

I don’t think so.

Could be that all predictions concerning Corona are still understated.
Because at present no one can accurately predict the exact extent of possible devastation caused by corona (the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease COVID-19), because a pandemic could, in the worst case, result in millions of deaths – because this possibility cannot be ruled out, responsible action is now required of every individual.
Move as attentively and cautiously as you can to protect others (and thus the general public) from possible infection by you – this could be the categorical corona imperative (freely adapted from Kant).

Corona? It’s just hype, created by stupid politicians to spoil our mood, that’s what people in Australia my have thought too. As proof a second photo, shot the day before (i.e. on 20.3.2020). Again the Bondi beach, another perspective:

Bondi Beach, Sydney, Screenshot from the BBC News page – one day before (20.3.2020)

At the time the photo was takenn there were already over 600 corona infected people in Australia and a ban on outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people. You could start counting the people in the photo now. But it is not about the number. It’s more about the personal space that each individual in the photograph occupies.

As beautiful as the casualness in the photo is. It is wrong under the present conditions. Anyone who does not understand this by now will be punished with curfews, cordoned-off beaches and forests that are no longer allowed to be entered. The latter is also wrong. But unfortunately the lesser of the two evils. So that we are spared this, here is an appeal: Let us show our government by acting responsibly that curfews are not necessary!
In this sense: Stay healthy!!

Yours – Otmar Jenner

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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The Power of Silence

By Nachrichten

Only few people outside. Hardly any cars on the street. Unusual silence. If it didn’t sound cynical: almost like Christmas Eve in the hours before the distribution of presents – just as it used to be.
Anyone who still moves around the city now walks purposefully, but without any noticeable haste, yet concentrated. Eyes lowered, as if to avoid eye contact. Completely with oneself, arrived in a state of internalization – one could think.

When will the distribution of presents start?

From 1630 the Dutch fell into a collective tulip madness. The bulbs became a collector’s item. Prices rose. Fuelled by commercial trade they skyrocketed. And in 1637 they collapsed completely. Merchants rubbed their eyes in amazement and asked themselves: What were we counting on? Precisely: a hope that turned out to be unfounded. Tulip fever, the first burst of a speculative bubble in world history.
Since then more feverish bubbles burst. The collapse of the Lehmann Brothers was a result of one, as was the exaggerated and bloated swine flu or SARS epidemic.
Living in a world of bubbles – right now something is bloating up again, indeed worldwide, and is taking off in a breathtaking way. Logically in the Twitter society. Everybody is twittering something, everybody wants to be heard. The result of the chirping society is a media tsunami. Now curfew is threatening.

What kind of gift is that?

In times of hardship people are moving closer together, goes the saying. That was yesterday. In the crisis now, people should move apart, experts say. And this doesn’t seem like a very much-needed gift.
“Keep your distance,” warn the virologists and lecture on the mathematics of infection: an exponential increase in infection. Unstoppable, to be mitigated only by slowing it down, so as not to overstrain health care systems. A fight also against numerical curves and negative expectations.

I have no idea how dangerous the SARS-CoV-2 virus really is. That’s what doctors are arguing about. But a great many people have the feeling, that they are in danger. And this feeling is a reality. Even if fear is inappropriate, as long as it is there it is real.

Assuming that the statements of some critical doctors are correct: 10 to 15 percent of all influenza infections are due to corona viruses and some influenza waves of recent years have been much deadlier than Covid-19. According to estimates by the Robert Koch Institute, 25,100 people died in Germany during the flu wave at the turn of the year 2017/2018. If I remember this correctly, not all flu patients rushed into the emergency rooms at the same time. As harsh as that sounds: in 2017/2018, far less fuss was made about the possibility of death from flu. People died more naturally, and therefore more peacefully and naturally.
What can now be observed: a technocratic revolt against death. It could be that those involved in it are just learning how pointless and harmful this really is in the long run. The world in lockdown. A complete lockdown of daily life. In any case, the world economy will chew on the consequences for a long time to come.

Is that really appropriate?

Assuming that the critical doctors are not wrong, what would be the consequence?

Firstly: All those who have oraculated that Corona will be one of the most terrible epidemics of all time, a global pandemic — these people, especially the virologists, cannot say now: „Sorry, a misconception! Our announcements of a looming desaster crushed billions of US dollars and euros, but, we are so sorry, it was a mistake.“
That’s another disadvantage of our well-connected chirping society: When an error has reached a certain size, it is absolutely necessary to stick to it, because otherwise you go down with the truth.
But is all the excitement an error? Closed borders, quarantine and social standstill — for nothing?
That may have been what Iranian politicians initially thought: Corona? A hype of the West, we’d better let the wave rush through, ebbing away all by itself. If I am correctly informed, this has proved to be a misjudgment.

Which brings me to point two: That doubts about the proper assessment of crisis management are not an invitation to irresponsible personal behaviour. In order to protect others, we must now keep our distance and not deliberately continue to shorten resources. The categorical corona imperative.
That, I think, is what anyone can do. Everything else lies in a kind of fog. Stock exchanges and stock exchange products have become so complicated that even insiders are no longer able to fully understand them. The corona wave and its accompanying phenomena are probably so complex that even experts can no longer measure the viral mechanics in terms of social infection and consequences. In order to hide this, they do anything (or at least something) to pretend to be masters of the situation. Could be that the outcome of this megalomania will be a not so nice gift.

The world, it seems, has a growing longing for change. Climate change, rampant capitalism, uninhibited consumption — who hasn’t complained about these things, talked about great concepts for rescuing the world and yet practised ignorance by means of own small escapes.
On the verge of coronary excitement completely new possibilities are opening up in this matter. Uninhibited consumption? Currently inhibited. Capitalism? Currently on a crash course. Climate change? Worldwide cancelled flights are quite helpful in this matter.
I think the desire for change is growing these days. Could be that this longing is soon greater than the hope that everything will stay the same.

“That’s why Corona’s approaching,” a friend of mine recently said.

“Uh”, I replied and pointed out that in this context one should rather speak of “landed” and “arrived”. We might have overslept the start of the epidemic.

“So you became one of the pandemic trumpeters too,” she said, laughing and asked: “Don’t you find it striking? People are getting older all over the world. Statistically speaking, life spans are getting longer and longer. The so-called ageing of society is considered a central problem of welfare states. Who will pay the pensions of the many old people? And then some new virus comes along and hits the elderly. The young, as you can read everywhere, usually have no problem with Corona at all. I know. Sounds cynical. But don’t you find it odd?”

Odd in what sense? I don’t see strange coincidences as an invitation to jump on conspiracy theories. I personally don’t think, anyone has created the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 on purpose. Who would be the beneficiary? It harms most likely the elderly. Meaning: The ones in power.
As an accelerator of necessary change, as cynical as this may sound, it could at least prove helpful.

A silence like Christmas Eve before the distribution of presents. We sit at home waiting for the moment of exchanging the gifts.
What is the real gift in this situation?
Even as a child, I loved the slowdown that could already be observed in the early hours of Christmas Eve. I wandered through the streets of our neighbourhood and absorbed the special atmosphere. Because in those years there was mostly snow, my steps crunched and a joyful expectation rang in my head like Christmas bells. Today, I know that this experience was the real gift.
Suddenly it is spring in Berlin. A beginning of spring like I have never experienced before. To say I’m enthusiastic about it is wrong. But there is a fresh breath of new beginnings in the air. And the thoughtfulness and inwardness I notice in other people is certainly helpful to transform this time of change into a gift. Could be that this is the beginning of a new mindfulness and the birth of a healthier consciousness.

I am writing this in the hope of having found a suitable voice. Aware of the growing plight in hospitals. Full of sympathy for the heroics of nurses, MTAs and doctors. Exhausted by long, often endless shifts, they have to realize that their working hours will be extended through the crisis. But that’s another story.

Yours – Otmar Jenner

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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When the ceiling is falling on your head

By Nachrichten

Now online: Spiritual medicine against increasing fear and growing frustration.

People feel lost when they are isolated. Isolation hurts, separation sucks. We are not meant to be hermits. What to do when you’re forced to stay at home? What helps when the ceiling is falling on your head?

Well, the best thing to do these days is to recharge your batteries on a mental level. Probably more important than ever.

Vitalize your psyche with methods of Spiritual Medicine. Refuel subtle energy. Take a step forward. Risk a direct encounter with yourself. Use the time of forced retreat for spiritual growth. This is the time to go into oneself, to find joy in it, to learn from it, to grow inwardly.

This helps against frustration, fear and depression.

Isolation is torture. People in solitary confinement know how terrible it is.

Social isolation now looms throughout Europe. Companies condemn employees to work at home. Segregation as a necessity in the fight against a viral enemy.

In the shadow of coronary excitement, discontent is rampant. 

A dissatisfaction that can turn into frustration as economic uncertainty grows. The danger of becoming depressed is increasing.

In times of change and crisis, mental stability is the most important thing.

Mental stability also vitalises the body and enables calm, calculated weighing up.

The strength that comes from calmness is needed now. The will to accept the present challenges. A commitment to change.

In other words: take Corona sporty, dear reader. Learn the methods of Spiritual Medicine and the art of positive thinking to avoid infection by negative thought patterns..

However, this is not an invitation to trivialize the danger of infection with the corona virus SARS-CoV-2 and illness of covid 19. Follow the advice of the health authorities and behave in a way that protects other people!

But as a reminder: we live in the most peaceful time of all times in Europe. Never before has there been such peace in this part of the world. That’s nice. That’s wonderful. It seems normal, which is also beautiful – if we value that normality.

Corona is not war. The corona virus is spreading radically, and this will have consequences for all of us. Corona is therefore another word for change and, in a non-cynical way, optimization. Through Corona we will learn to deal with each other in a sensible and healthy way in very densely populated regions.

Suppose Corona were a lady of the same name. At present she shows a frightening face. She might make you afraid of her. Temporarily and in the sense of a wake-up call, this is quite reasonable.

Dear Lady Corona, we heard you. Now it is time to learn to live with you.

The time of transition is likely to be challenging, possibly harsh. But we will grow through it. And in that awareness, we will gain psychological vitality and stability.

Spiritual medicine, meditation and the art of positive thinking – these are the remedies in the times of fear and rapid change.

Watch out for my online seminars. Explore the continent of your soul. Find joy in the new inwardness. When the sun shines inside us, there will be light even in the darkest basement. Stay tuned.

Yours – Otmar

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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Bad Memories & Trauma Removal 10.

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Where is the memory of a person located? Experiences are stored in the limbic system and processed in the neocortex, which enables learning. However, the intestine also learns, because experiences have an effect on peristalsis as well as on the intestinal flora, which has consequences for the hormone balance, among other things. A feedback, which in turn extends to the brain and the limbic system and influences cognitive ability and mental state. When a bone breaks and heals, it is more stable afterwards than before. So it has learned something too. The lungs are always learning. Namely, that it’s easier to breathe in the forest than in the city and smoking’s less healthy. Fortunately, the lungs have a special knowledge in their back pocket, namely how to set in motion a remarkably effective repair program after quitting smoking, for example.
One could continue this list for all organs of the body. The stomach experiences, so it learns. So does the heart, liver, kidneys. In fact, the lymphatic system is also learning. And even blood is trained. As a matter of fact mitochondria, so-called organelles in our cells and a kind of microscopic dinosaurs – even they learn. And are better or worse off, depending on what they learn. The latter can lead to serious diseases.
People learn from experience. Without exception and always. Even when it doesn’t seem like it. And especially they learn from negative experiences. After such an experience they feel worse than before. Like kids who learn that hot plates are hot. According to the same principle, the stomach, lungs, intestines, blood and all bacteria in us learn, even the mitochondria.

These learning processes as a whole are what we call life.

If it were possible to take a complete view of all the experiences made and the associated learning right into the furthest and innermost corners of the human body, this would result in a tree structure of biological and mental interactions – a mapping of individual existence.
Amazing, seen in this way. And sometimes terrible in the result. Because these interactions decide on health, illness, a long life, a short one, death.
These are the interactions between the psyche and the body of a person. In resonance with the environment. In relation to other people. In relation to oneself. Based on experiences with oneself, with other people and the environment. The study and deciphering of these interactions is one of the most challenging and at the same time grateful tasks of the present. Unfortunately, the knowledge of this is not yet advanced. Probably Bachelor level, if at all. In any case, the master’s thesis is still pending. Not to speak of a doctorate. But that is another story.
In principle, the same interactions occur in all people, but they are never the same. Which is why some people are better off, others worse. As a result, some people learn from certain interactions in a meaningful way, which is why they feel better. While others learn less meaningfully and suffer.
Sure, it would be nice if these interactions were easy to grasp. But they are not. The effects of individual existence branch out to the innermost tissues and cause sensitivities in such a complex way that there is always cause for great amazement, often also reason for despair.
And this mysteriousness of individual existence, one might think, increases rather than decreases. Perhaps especially in times of accelerated knowledge growth.

A blessing, if there are simple things in this context.

“That really helped me,” explains a friend, whom I would like to abbreviate as N. “To be honest. I hadn’t expected that at all. How long have we been friends now? Twenty years? Used to work together. Then you’ve turned your attention to healing. I was wondering, what’s it going to be? Then I got the problems with my marriage, divorce, the back and forth with the kids. Terrible. We’ve known each other so long. You noticed, but only marginally. Then there was the squabbling over the apartment. It’s a dream, just gone. Then the depression. Couldn’t get out of bed in the morning. Spent whole days in bed. That job at the paper… also dead. Went to a psychologist, went to a neurologist, did therapy, took antidepressants. It helped. A little. Not enough. I felt trapped in an abyss. Even during the day, it was night.”

“I remember,” I reply. “You thought I dropped you. But I hadn’t. As a friend, I could listen to you, I could talk to you. You went to others for help. Only logical, really. “Who wants their friend to be a therapist?”

N.:“And then you offered it to me. Come to the practice on Tuesday, you said. Why?”

“Because I thought, now I must try – yes, help you. Despite friendship, despite possible doubts on your part. “Despite all the other things that speak against it. And… you agreed to it.”

N.: “I was so desperate that I didn’t care about anything Yes, I was very skeptical. Couldn’t imagine going to my friend Otmar’s practice to get him to treat me. The Otmar with whom I usually go for a beer and coffee, talk about the latest films or our time together at the newspaper. It seemed weird, man.”

“I remember very clearly the moment when the practice assistant came into my room and said: Your friend is here. Okay, I thought, here it is. I had treated family members – well, with different outcome –, but not yet anybody from my inner circle of friends. And then you stood in the doorway and sat down. We started talking. And you told me.“

N.: “Yeah, I just knocked out everything I could think of.”

“It was like a dam burst. And I knew something was possible.”

N.: “Possible what? And what moment do you mean?”

“The moment of greatest sorrow.”

N.: “Yes, I was suddenly full of it. Amazed myself.”

“Then I asked you to get on the couch.”

N.: “Okay, what are you doing? I thought. You touched me on my stomach and chest and explained that I should breathe in and out deeply. I felt increasing pressure. It became tight. Unbearably tight. Suddenly, it became wide.”

“The moment I pulled my hands away and clapped them several times? Or a little later with the wiping motion over your head?”

N.: “I think with the wiping. What did you wipe away?”

“A deep-seated injury. You know what it’s about?”

N.: “Yes, neglect at the beginning of my life.”

“Right.”

N.: “Afterwards I got up from the couch and thought, this can’t have been it. Simple as that? Impossible. Nice try, I said to myself, and went home.”

“So?”

N.: “From that day on, I had no trouble getting out of bed in the morning. I didn’t need antidepressants anymore either. Why did I go to therapy all those years?”

A question to which I know no answer. But what I do know is that the moment of my intervention must have been the right one for my friend.

Once again: Treating friends as therapist, also spouses, the own parents, the children – a No Go from a psychological point of view. Prohibited because of bias, possible conflicts of interest and other reasons. Nevertheless – or all the more surprising and the reason why I’m telling you about it here: it worked. The method of Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR) is so simple, so clear and so profoundly effective that it can bring great success even under comparatively adverse conditions. This is the only reason why I am reporting on this special case here. A service of friendship that was successful. The concatenation of problematic interactions was apparently solved with N. A reset had taken place.

As I said: TAR is a procedure developed by me to have a methodical and lasting effect on the character armour of a person. As a reminder: The term “character armour” was coined by Wilhelm Reich and refers to the muscular armour of a person based on traumatic experiences. The “frozen life story of a human being”, which is to be understood “as the functional sum of all past events” in the present moment, to be precise. An armouring that is continued and increases with further negative experiences as the biography progresses.

Talking about tensions or cramps at this point, however, could lead the reader’s imagination in the wrong direction. For tensions and cramps, such as pain in the neck, back or elsewhere, are more of a temporary nature and are less deep-seated. The muscular armour does not loosen in a resting position when ostensibly relaxed. There are, however, “ostensible” indications of deep-seated and thus characteristic armour. Nocturnal teeth grinding is one of them. Those who press their teeth against each other in their sleep try to unconsciously release pressure from their character armour.

In my understanding, the character armour of a human being is also the sum of all biological-mental interactions that this person has experienced in the course of his or her life so far. To put it succinctly: whatever a person experiences, it adds up and has a result: current state of mind. But what adds up especially: negative experiences. Much stronger than positive ones. And the greatest destructive intensity, also in the sense of negative reverberation, is caused by traumatisation. Traumatisations shape and color the sum totally, i.e. the character armour. This is exactly where TAR comes in. The best possible result is a reset. 

The article “Trauma & Trauma Removal 6.” remains the reference. More on further aspects in subsequent articles …

Stay tuned!

Yours – Otmar Jenner

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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Bad Memories & Trauma Removal 9.

By Nachrichten

Furthermore, the article “Trauma & Trauma Removal 6” remains the reference. This article is about C. (Exploration and Intervention on the treatment table) – the actual procedure of Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR).

The preliminary talk (see Article 7 of this series) has revealed indications of a trauma. A positive anchor was found (see Article 8). The kinesiological test (also 8) points to an active trauma. Now the moment of TAR is approaching – if there are no exclusion criteria for it.

Remember: Exploration and intervention on the treatment table have a physical aspect for C (client). The touch of T (therapist) might get an impulse that exceeds the physical possibilities of C. For example, if C would suffer from osteogenesis imperfecta, the so-called vitreous bone disease, or osteoporosis in the chest area. Similar instability can also result from a tumour in the breast area. In the case of already existing fractures in the sternum, i.e. the breastbone, the procedure TAR should also be abandoned. A pacemaker would also be a criterion for exclusion. A possible sensitivity in the breast area must also be carefully examined.

  If there is no exclusion criterion, C now lies with his back down on the treatment table (see Article 6 of this series). Ideally, this is done immediately after the kinesiological test. Because preliminary talk and testing have caused an emotional wave in C. The TAR should take place as long as this wave is rolling (to put it metaphorically). If the wave has already rolled out, i.e. the emotions have faded away again, the procedure would probably be less successful.

With his back stretched out on the couch, C is advised by T to ask for a stop of the procedure if a physical or mental feeling of distress comes up. If that happens TAR should be aborted.

However, it is desirable that this does not happen, that C rather goes through the process in order to experience relief afterwards. This is equivalent to a probably successful Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR).

As soon as C is lying down T places his hands. One hand on C’s stomach, the other hand on C’s sternum (heart chakra). The hand on the abdomen points with the fingertips to one side (not towards the abdomen). The hand on the sternum points with the fingertips towards the neck – but does not touch it at all. Contact with the breasts should also be avoided. Not least because female C are often traumatised by male assaults. That is why they are better off with a female T than with a male one anyway.

I have treated women with a wide variety of traumas – including women who suffered the consequences of sexual assault. They came to me because the suffering from these consequences was greater than the tendency to avoid me as a male therapist. All the more I wish that female T’s learn, master and apply this method. The world is full of women who have suffered severe psychological injuries and also suffer from the difficulties of getting rid of them.

T says to C on the treatment table, C may now please close the eyes, and preferably open them again only at T’s request (but at any time if necessary), in order to remember the traumatic experience already mentioned and to breathe in and out deeply.
T “follows” the breath of C as soon as C exhales. At the lowest point T “holds” the hands. C must therefore “breathe against it” the next time C takes a breath. This causes a feeling of reaching into the body of C. De facto a physical illusion. Of course, T does not reach into the body of C. But when C exhales, the chest and also a little bit the belly of C sinks, and T can very well have this almost physical feeling of reaching into something in C. In fact, this is a psycho-energetic exploration of the character armor of C. Very concentrated, T feels a tingling in one or both hands after about 5 to 15 breaths of C. This is an indication of contact with C’s deep-seated trauma.
At the moment of tingling in the hands of T, T lifts the hands from C’s stomach and sternum. But without leaning on C’s stomach and sternum. A mistake that not a few T make at the beginning when they start to learn TAR. Such additional pressure can cause a kinetic addition, which then actually has a physically damaging effect.

T now raises both hands and claps his hands once or several times. C could easily get frightened. Although this is rather unpleasant, it is still helpful. Because a plausible acoustic impulse, which serves to anchor the probably subconsciously felt release effect. Thus a suggestive, if not hypnotic process.
How the acoustic impulse is set is not important in my experience. A snap of the finger would also do it. However, I prefer to clap my hands, because this signal is more intense.
This means that something has been solved in C. What? You might ask. Call it a pattern. In order to completely resolve this pattern, T now “wipes” with one hand about 10 to 20 centimetres over C’s body – without touching it. T starts wiping at the height of C’s navel, wipes towards C’s head and a little bit beyond. Depending on how you feel, two, three times, sometimes more.
Until the actually noticeable release effect occurs. A wave of energy emanating from C and tangible for T. A sure sign that TAR was successful. No – this is not a secret science. You don’t have to be aloof to have these perceptions. Normal sensitivity is sufficient. Which, at least that’s what I claim, every reasonably empathic person is capable of. If one wants to be capable of it.

I am aware that this description does not sound very scientific and may therefore be dubious for rational minds. I would like to point out, body, mind and soul are not decoupled, but exist interlocked. Whatever a person experiences physically – has an effect on his soul. Whatever a person feels spiritually – it has an effect on his biology. Just because this interaction has been little researched and the work on the character armour has hardly been documented by any studies, a weak interaction cannot be assumed here. On the contrary: I describe the TAR method so precisely that psychological researchers feel encouraged to devote themselves to the method described here in the future.

Legal Note: I have developed TAR and therefore I am the author. Therapists are invited to use this method. However, with the remark that I am the creator of it. Publications on this, I would like to confirm here in all clarity, therefore require an authorization by me. Sorry!!!
More on further aspects in subsequent articles …

Stay tuned!

Yours – Otmar Jenner

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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Bad Memories & Trauma Removal 8.

By Nachrichten

Article 6 remains the reference for the Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR – by Otmar Jenner). This text is about (B) – i.e. finding a so-called anchor in the preliminary talk (A) and subsequent procedures. Namely:

B.a: Finding a positive anchor. Very simple: a particularly beautiful situation / experience in the life of C (client). This situation / experience should be described to T (therapist) briefly but clearly, so that T can set this positive anchor if C reacts with signs of re-traumatisation during the Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR).

B.b.: The naming of the trauma to be worked on during the session. For this purpose C names the most serious psychological and/or physical injury inflicted on him. And then concentrates this traumatic experience into one sentence (example: my father hit me with a belt in the basement).

B.c.: Kinesiological testing of trauma activity. Helpful so that C as well as T get an impression of the current relevance of the trauma.

To B.a.: Finding a positive anchor. Often forgotten by T in connection with the TAR. It is understandable that the search for a positive anchor in the session is like a pleasant but superfluous distraction from the destructive and incisive experience of the trauma to be treated.
However, since it is usually impossible to assess before treatment whether the anchor will be needed afterwards, the anchor should be available immediately afterwards. For this purpose, however, it must be found and activated beforehand.
What is the ideal time for this? A moment that distracts as little as possible. This is probably the beginning of the preliminary talk. If it becomes clear that the session will be about Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR), the anchor should be found and activated.
What does ‘activatable’ mean? C has described T a very beautiful experience precisely enough that T – if necessary – can say to C: “Now please remember …”. This procedure is called setting the anchor. T must therefore have these decisive sentences pre-formulated in his mind before starting TAR.

To B.b.: In the preliminary talk, a mental injury (perhaps several) was discussed. Now we need to focus. If several hurtful events have taken place. One of them is chosen. Probably, the one with the greatest pain impulse. Or, on the contrary, the one with the least intensity of pain – for example, because C wants to „approach this more gently”. T can also ask C: What do you want to work on in this session?
Once the traumatic experience is named, the event should be concentrated in one sentence (another example: when my mother forgot me in the supermarket).

To B.c: The kinesiological test. The test is performed on the left arm. Only if it is not possible on the left arm, the test is performed on the right arm.

  1. T asks C to lift his left arm and stretch it at a right angle, i.e. horizontally away from his body, and to react with counter-pressure when T then grabs this arm with his hands approximately at his wrist and then pulls it down for about 2 seconds. C holds against it, pushing the arm upwards.  T feels C’s force and says to C, “This is a yes.”
  2. Then T says to C, “I can test with you”. Immediately thereafter pulls the arm down again. C holds against it again.  If a clear drop in strength is felt, this is a no. And steps 1 and 2 should be repeated on the right arm. In case of a yes, continue with 3.
  3. “Your trauma …,“ T says to C, naming it, “is still 70% active.” If the muscular response is weak, with a no, continue with 7. Otherwise 4.
  4. “Your trauma …,“ T says to C, naming it, “is still 80% active.” If the answer is no, the result is between 70 and 80 percent. In the case of a yes, however, the result is higher.
  5. “Your trauma …,“ T says to C, naming it, “is still 90% active.” If the answer is no, the result is between 80 and 90 percent. In the case of a yes, however, the result is higher. Even with a yes, the test ends at this point. A result between 90 and 100 percent is sufficiently accurate.
  6. Up to this point, kinesiological testing strengthens the focus of C on the trauma, which in turn will intensify the release effect of the Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR).
  7. If the 70% activity was denied, T now says, “Your trauma … is still 60% active.” If the answer is yes, the test ends here. If the answer is no, the test continues with 8.
  8. “Your trauma …,“ T says to C, “is still 50% active.” If the muscular reaction is strong, i.e. a yes, the test ends at this point. If the answer is no, the test continues with 9.
  9. “Your trauma …,“ T says to C, “is still 40% active.” If the muscular reaction is strong, i.e. a yes, the test ends at this point. Although the trauma is weakly active, it can still be processed. If the answer is no, the test continues at 10.
  10. “Your trauma …,“ T to C says, “is still 30% active.” If this is answered with yes, the procedure of TAR is possible, but will probably lead to a weak release reaction later on. This applies all the more clearly to a no. This is because the “trauma activity” is below a threshold value that is useful for the application of procedure C. Then C (exploration and intervention on the treatment couch – with steps C1 – C10) would be omitted. Instead, D (stimulation of the brain hemispheres and TAR-add-on through targeted eye movement – with steps D1 – D6) could be applied. And / or continue with E (TAR-add-on by singing the warrior syllables – E1 – E3).

More on the next steps in subsequent articles …
Stay tuned!

Yours – Otmar Jenner

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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Bad Memories & Trauma Removal 7.

By Nachrichten

The previous article (6.) is now the reference and thus the basis for further considerations and comments.

This text is about the preliminary talk (A) before the Trauma Abscission & Removal (abbreviated: TAR – by Otmar Jenner). A very essential part of the session, which is about memory and the processing of memory. Remembering is difficult enough. But the question of processing – problematic …
Some moments of the past we can remember clearly. Others we see less clearly, however hard we try. And others we have lost in a kind of fog. And then there are the moments and times that seem to be erased. These gaps, however, are very subtle. They almost always point to traumatisation. It is the gaps in the continuum of the self that arise as a result of split-off experiences.
The biography of a person is, retrospectively seen, to be regarded as one single narrative. A person as a story, a novel of a life – the different chapters of this narrative are written in principle and logically sequentially. A ribbon woven from events and experiences, which is woven further and further in the time line. But it does not show up in the memory as logically and continuously as life has continued. Events are later jumbled up, are difficult or impossible to assign to time. Some moments, times, events are completely missing. As if someone had torn pages from his own biography.
Nothing about this is as random as it often seems. In fact, these missing pages are deliberately erased. namely, unconsciously. If they were as easy and clear to read as the paragraphs or whole chapters from other times, they would go beyond the scope of the book. In fact, they must be missing so that the owner of his own biography is not killed by them.

This is exactly why the pages were removed. Let’s say, put aside. Well hidden in a place that is difficult to access, in a safe – namely in your own subconscious. What lies buried deep there is deliberately and by one’s own power, even through the most intense thinking, mostly no longer findable and accessible.
That’s a good thing, one might think now. What is forgotten may rest there forever. It would be nice if it would work that way. But unfortunately it doesn’t. What has been hidden in the safe of the subconscious, then hidden from the access of the conscious mind as if through a firewall, has an effect. Unfortunately, for life. And that aftereffect is often very unhealthy. It’s as if these deeply hidden memories are starting to mold and become scruffy. At some point, this has to be ventilated and cleaned up to make you feel better. Or to put it another way: If the garbage is left lying around too long it becomes a rotten corpse.

The preliminary talk is an attempt to open a window of consciousness, so that some light also brightens up the darkness of the subconscious. En passant so to speak, like a scattered light. Because in this room, simply switching on the light does not work – unfortunately. To illuminate the subconscious is a long process. If a person’s day-consciousness were a flashlight, it would take many attempts to shine into the deepest depths of the soul before anything illuminating would become visible. The mysteriousness of one’s own subconsciousness is like a shadow that swallows the light of the focused day-consciousness. Or more succinctly: the subconscious is so irrational that it cannot be dealt with by the rationality of day-consciousness.

Oh, then one could let go all thinking, all asking, all investigating, all wanting to understand and just surrender to the inner pain. Doesn’t clear up anyway.
No, wrong! Even if one cannot simply wipe away, think away or otherwise undo old wounds, deep-seated pain, old injuries and their real, subconsciously stuck reasons. Even if one cannot simply dig out the pages torn out of the biography. Nevertheless, the attempt to devote oneself to one’s own deep-seated injuries is already salutary.
Yes, this attempt alone is valuable. For only the intention to meet oneself in one’s own abysses has a positive mental effect.
Let us call this effect, for simplicity’s sake, resonance.

The person who says I have a mental pain and wants to dedicate myself to the reasons for it – this person resonates within himself and experiences an emotional feedback. A wave builds up. In fact, I think this wave is bigger than the thoughts it contains, because it consists of feelings that are triggered by thoughts.

The preliminary talk with client (C) serves exactly this purpose: To create the resonance with K and to build the wave. When the wave is there, i.e. emotionality becomes present, then the next steps of the Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR) can take place.

How exactly does a therapist (T) create the wave (of emotionality) with C?

Very simple: by asking logical questions accompanied by genuine interest.
Example:
What brings you to me?
I have a problem that …
Can you say when exactly it started?
Well, during the year…
What happened back then?
I did this, and then this happens…
I understood you, but can you describe it to me in more detail?

Go on and ask – until the wave is there. No, this text is not about surfing. But it needs courage here too. The courage to ask as precisely as possible without shyness. Your questions may stir up as long as they are devoted to therapeutic work. In fact, you should be stirring. This is exactly what resonance does. A resonance that is like a beacon of knowledge for K. In the moment of Trauma Abscission & Removal (TAR) a light often shines on you. Figuratively speaking.
To put it logically: the preliminary talk in the sense of an almost rational cognitive process is necessary for the Trauma Abscission & Removal to take effect on a deeper, namely irrational level.

Read more about this in the next articles.
Stay tuned!

Yours – Otmar Jenner

P.S. Dear readers, English is not my mother tongue. If you find serious mistakes in the wording of an article, please let me know (oj@otmarjenner.de).

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