Symptoms (chronic symptoms) recurring signals of the body. Who doesn't know them, the messengers of our organs, the language of our body? Symptoms that somehow don't want to go away. Have you been treating a symptom, an illness, for a long time? But as soon as one symptom is gone, something new comes up? Imagine that your body keeps sending signals. A ringing in the ears, a feeling of tension in the back, a feeling of pressure in the stomach, recurring symptoms, discoloration of teeth, nails, hair loss, blurred vision? You don't know what this can lead to or what it means? Organ language is a self-organized dialogue. The moment we listen and understand how the organs speak to each other, we perceive and recognize the cause. A symptom, a disease fulfills a purpose. The body lives out what the human being does not live with his spiritual, mental aspects. Organs cooperate with each other; they are lenders and loan receivers. Organs perform the perfect language to give the body as a vehicle of the human being the best platform for its work. E.g., heart symptoms can and may be related to the partner organ, the small intestine. Lung symptoms often have their cause in the large intestine and vice versa. The work of the urinary bladder moistens the eyes. Because organ language is very complex, I will use two examples in this talk to show this amazing cooperation. This knowledge allows to correctly identify causes of diseases and to treat them more efficiently.