Tuesday, 14 September 2021

ALZHEIMER, emotional and spiritual meaning:



It is a neurodegenerative disease that affects different areas of the brain.
It is characterized by a loss of immediate or short-term memory, with the presence of cognitive impairment and behavioral disorders.
It is the consequence of unresolved repetitive emotional conflicts, experienced in all environments (dramatic separations, aggressions, money problems, with a partner, with the children, at work, at home, etc.) that have caused numerous scars even a level so great that he has not been able to bear it.
The Alzheimer's patient has not only experienced strong emotional impacts, but these have been repeated for many years. They have had an emotionally dramatic life. 
Biologically, these conflicts have produced damage to brain tissue and as a consequence, numerous scars have appeared that impede the normal functioning of the brain.
The affected person has suffered his whole life and has never been able to express it.
He has hidden true emotions, perhaps due to his upbringing or his religious ideas or to avoid hurting or offending those around them.
People around him have always thought that he is a strong, mature, stable, cheerful, very good person, incapable of hating, saying a bad word, complaining or raising his voice.
However, within him there is a fragile, vulnerable person with many fears and, especially, he feels dread that others realize his vulnerability, that he cannot continue to pretend, that inside him he can no longer bear so much burden and that is giving up.
Emotionally, he refuses to see life as an option because it has been very difficult for him and, little by little, he will forget who he is, so that it no longer hurts.
The disease has exposed him. The only biological function by which a person can have Alzheimer's is because his mind wants to forget what he has experienced and erase it permanently. 
"I no longer want to be wrong, I don't want to think, I don't want to live."
An unconscious solution can be the inability to understand things, the lack of discernment. If I don't understand something, I can't apply a solution to it.
His difficulty in recognizing others is also very eloquent: 
"I cannot recognize others because I myself was not recognized."
In the same way, it is very significant to contemplate the attitude of permanent annoyance in which he moves, he demands himself to do things, to do something, that deep down he does not want to do, until a moment comes when the only solution is to forget about obligations. 
"I want them to be with me, but I don't want to be with them" 
The person who contracts this disease has lived in a constant state of anguish and anger.
She (she feels desperate because she does not know how to accept herself, nor is she capable of accepting life as it is).
The fact of having gone through many difficulties or having felt psychologically very pressured by themselves, by others, or by the intimate coexistence with an overwhelming and dictatorial person or by a depletion of energy as a consequence of a very active life in which they have had to make many decisions and have assumed many responsibilities, they have served as causes for the individual to despair and seek protection from their environment, as well as an unconscious revenge, through a pathology such as Alzheimer's with which the contact with reality is blocked by the loss of his conscious faculties.
This disease can also manifest itself at a time when the patient has lost something to which he was much attached: "Conflict of separation".
It can be the loss of contact with someone or the symbolic separation of their youth, power, success, beauty, etc.
As a consequence, they believe that their life is collapsing because the foundations are missing and, unconsciously, they cut off their relationship with the world and refuse to take responsibility for their life, forcing others to assume their own responsibilities.
In short, it is like a regression on the bodily, psychic and spiritual plane towards childhood.
If I have not experienced something related to the above, I have to look in the Sense Project (period that elapses from a few months before conception to three years) the true story of my parents, what they thought and felt, how was my conception, I must find stories related to lack or absence of recognition, not wanting to see the reality of things, wanting to give up, etc. 
I also have to find out if my mother had a similar experience during her pregnancy and I have inherited it.
If I do not find the origin either, I have to look in my genealogical tree and find out from my ancestors if someone lived tortuous, dramatic, helpless and misunderstanding experiences (murders, suicides, mental illnesses, escapes, etc.) and by affinity with him, I have inherited it.

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