KNOWING OURSELVES

KNOWING OURSELVES
This book can be of great value for those who want to take the path of responsibility in their lives, who want to take the first step toward freedom and self knowledge, using the topic of disease in humans as a guide. Its purpose is to help the sick person to find health status, based primarily on what happens within us. Because even if we can find help abroad (psychologists, doctors, gurus, etc.) the only ones who are able to heal us are ourselves. A book dedicated to physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Thursday, 7 November 2019

SWOLLEN EYELIDS, emotional meaning



Blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids): The eyelids are like a curtain that closes to protect from external aggression, to rest or not to see. Inflammation often comes from an anger for something that we are seeing and cause us pain. "That hurts my eyes”
Motor conflict: Related to the children, the neighbour, with our identity.
"I cannot see without being seen” "He's my son!".
There is disappointment or difficulty in something visual: "I do not want to see, I do not want to see...” related to the children or to something symbolically considered "childish" as a book, a painting, etc.
Our identity, what we want to be or what we want to and what we do not want to happen. We are not accepting some of our past and we see it again in the present. We had forgotten something, we see it again reflected in our children...
Conflict of "dirty vision" related to seduction. We want something but at the same time, we tried to stop ourselves. "I see something that stains me".
We prefer not to see the day that begins, not face life, for lack of ideas.
It can manifest itself in blepharitis those people who refuse to close the eyelids to rest or sleep, for their anxiety to see everything not granted.
Or those which, by excess of activity, and not having any help, nor have a deserved rest; which irritates them enough. We do not protect adequately against external aggression, that is to say, that we easily let ourselves be influenced by what we see.


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