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A case complicated by a tendency toward acute anorgonia.

Type: Journal

Article title : A case complicated by a tendency toward acute anorgonia.

Author: Rossum, Karl

Year: 1970
Journal: Journal of Orgonmy
Vol : Issue 4 : 2
Pages: 207-214

Abstract

Describes the case of a patient with a tendency toward acute anorgonotic attacks and discusses the energetic processes in such an attack. Acute anorgonia refers to a process in the 'orgone' characterised by shrinking biopathy, falling anxiety, and weakness and collapse on all level. Uses the first part of a case history and discusses the significance of her traits of easy excitability and low tolerence of excitation.

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Language: English
Country origin: USA

Entry number: 1089
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Entry source: Courtenay Young
Entered by: Courtenay Young
Entry date: 7 June 2004

Key Phrases: Orgonomy - Case History - Falling Anxiety - Weakness
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