Monday, 17 August 2020

SKIN, emotional and metaphysical meaning:

The skin, although we are not aware of it, is the body's largest organ, the one that surrounds us and serves as a border between us and others. 
The skin is precisely what separates us, it represents our limitations, because skin cannot get out, and the image that man has of himself/herself.
The skin consists of three superimposed layers.
The most superficial is the epidermis, then comes the dermis (leather in animals) and the hypodermis in the deepest part.
About 1.5 million skin cells die each day and off to form 90% of the dust.
Among the most important functions of the skin are the following:
Protection: It protects us from microbial attacks and materials (heat, dirt, etc.).
Contact: (feel) Through the skin we are in touch with the world around us, from the simple touch to the blow than we perceive through the skin.
Breathing: It helps the lungs in the assimilation of the air energy, every pore of the skin absorbs oxygen further.
Elimination: Through the skin as sweat discard substances that the body does not need.
Thermoregulation: temperature regulator acts.
Sexual stimulation: It is our biggest sex organ.
The skin problems are the sign of the difficulties of our experiences with the outside world, with our relationships, if we affect what others think of us end up being reflected in the form of skin conditions.
The skin of a person always tells us about his/her psyche: a thin, soft, skin indicates a sensitive soul; while a rough skin suggests ruggedness of feelings.
Separation conflict and lived in female impairment (wash dirt). The clammy skin (excessive sweating). 
The water used to wash, to extinguish the fire. "I wash the shame" (unfair accusations).
When it affects hands is linked to manual work.
Likewise, it can manifest itself in an insecure person who feels in danger when he/she expresses his/her emotions, pleasant or unpleasant. 
Typically they transpire through the hands and armpits.
Express = be judged by people who see what does not exist and therefore have an influence on it.
If sweating affects the neck, it expresses a sense of injustice.
Dry skin (ichthyosis) with someone who controls your feelings, showing himself/herself too severe, rigid, slightly soft attitude, not wanting to expose their vulnerability, not to be hurt. 
"I have no protection"
"I need to be with that person, I need"
"I feel lonely, loveless"
Oily skin meant that the person feels trapped and wants to escape (like a tent when captured) of someone or something.
"I cannot stand contact with such a person or situation" 
"I do not want to be touched anymore, I need space"
The red skin indicates excitement.
Just as when we feel itchy skin translates impatience, anxiety.
Epidermis: In humans, touching is the most developed sense.
Diseases affecting the epidermis are almost always related to conflicts of separation; although there may be conditions that show us conflict protection (such as those occurring in the dermis), for example calluses affecting the hands of workers and whose purpose is to protect them from scratches work. 
Or a conflict of parental protection as those affected melanocytes and queratinina.
There are three types of conflicts of separation:
1) Actual separation lived negatively. Loss of body contact. Loss of contact with the mother, friends, family, group.
2) Fear of separation, being alone.
3) Lack of communication.
The region of the body where the problem has manifested itself bring us greater additional information, for example:
Mouth kiss conflict, "the couple that has broken”
Right breast: speaks of a sentimental separation of the couple or a loved one.
Left breast: conflict of mother/child separation.
Knees: conflict of submission to a separation, etc.
Dermis: Conflict of dishonor, dirt, being spotted, attack on the integrity of tear.
1) Conflict of dishonor. If devaluation and dishonor, you can manifest a melanoma or freckles.
2) Conflict tear, dissociation. Loss of physical integrity (example: in case of an amputation, a dissociation of the partner, divorce, etc).
Hypodermis: overweight, fluid retention, lipoma.
The connective tissue of the subcutis insulates the body, serves as an energy reserve, cushions and protects the skin and facilitates their mobility on the underlying structures. 
It has a cosmetic effect, shaping the body contour.
Devaluation conflict of self in relation to a body part considered ugly, unsightly.
Conflict of aesthetics, peripheral impairment, the individual complains of his/her own silhouette.
Fluid retention: Fluid retention is the accumulation of fluid, mostly water in body tissues and occurs when the body cannot properly remove the excess of liquid. Kidney-related conflicts (liquid or losses).
General accumulation of fat (overweight): psychic conflict abandonment.
Transformation of sugars into fat, "I need love, but I do not trust anyone. I can only count on myself"
Fat belly "desire to continue to protect the child. If he/she is out of my belly, will be in danger"
Thigh fat: These "saddlebags" try to prevent damage to other body tissues. "Wanting to protect her own femininity, like mom"
Lipoma: Fatty cysts (fat protects).
"I cannot stand the judgment of others"
"Aesthetic and overprotective devaluation”
Other conditions:
Tinea versicolor: is a skin infection with a rash of dark spots caused by a fungus.
Emotional conflict: "Attack on integrity, feeling dirty and separation conflict. There is something that is not buried, a match that is not over.
Impetigo: One of the most common skin infections in children. 
It is a superficial skin infection that usually produces blisters or ulcers that are covered with a honey-colored crust. 
Any area of ​​the skin may be affected, but usually injuries appear on the arms and legs, face (around the mouth, nose and ears) and sometimes on the scalp.
Emotional conflict that produces: 
Attack on the integrity sense of separation: "It is not right to do that”

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