The Trauma Recovery Institute - Neuroscientific Based Psychosocialsomatic Approach|


Occular 2017-12-01T12:52:20+00:00


The Ocular segment: It is always involved in processes of psychosis and disassociative disorders. Now we have known for a long time that, for example, in schizophrenia, there is a problem in eye tracking. That’s a well known phenomenon, and in ordinary psychiatry, it’s considered one of the phenomenon in schizophrenia. In orgonomy, that fact is regarded as a central issue. The fact that the eyes are not in contact with the world to the extent that they are in normal people, we think is a factor in being able to distinguish reality from unreality. We work at great length with such people in establishing better eye contact with the world.In the sphere of the ocular armor segment, we find a contraction and immobilization of all or almost all of the muscles of the eyeballs, the eyelids, the forehead and lachrymal gland.The loosening of the ocular armor segment is brought about by opening the eyes wide as in fright; this causes the eyelids and the forehead to move and to express emotions. Usually this also effects a loosening of the upper cheek muscles.