Monday, 28 March 2022

AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS, emotional and spiritual meaning


 

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a neurodegenerative disease that affects the motor neurons in the brain, which stop working and, therefore, stop sending messages to the muscles, causing muscle weakness and inability to move.
It is an emergency symptom, since the sooner we locate the emotional conflict that triggers it, the faster we will prevent the progression of the disease and, at the same time, we will prevent the number of damaged motor neurons from increasing.
The affected person has lived, approximately in the space of a year before the appearance of the symptoms, a conflict of great devaluation related to the movement. 
What gesture or movement, real or symbolic, did I not do and what should I have done? What move, real or symbolic, am I afraid to make?
“If I move, I die”, “I was wrong to make that decision, to take that step”, “I don't want to go forward, but I will never go back”, “I am afraid of my surroundings”, “I have someone by my side or behind me that I feel like a threat and I prefer not to move”
These situations in which I feel devalued and powerless can be related to school or work colleagues, friends and even to the partner itself. 
That is, with those people who can represent a "competition" for me. “If I compete against that person, I will be defeated”
Likewise, it can activate plaque sclerosis if I am “afraid of falling” down and not being able to get up or that it will cause my death.
It can refer to a real or symbolic fall, such as falling down a ladder, from a building, from a tower or from something that can fall on my head, etc. 
It can also refer to a symbolic fall, such as falling from the category at work, in the company, the fall of a project, the fall of a relationship, etc. 
In addition, with the aggravating circumstance of not being able to return to the place where I was. “I can't get up”, “I can't revive my business”, “I have fallen so low that I won't be able to recover my previous position”, “I won't be able to raise my marriage again”. How can I sink so low?
Similarly, it can refer to having experienced a conflict of lateral movement with threats. Was there any side threat? Have I lived an experience related to having felt displaced and as a consequence I begin to stumble, to lose my step, to lose my rhythm, until I fall because the other has defeated me?
"I was the best and they replaced me with another", "A new classmate came to my class, to my work and he is better than me, I have felt displaced"
Depending on the part of the body affected: Which muscles are damaged? What vertebra does the muscle come from?
Legs: In relation to wanting to flee, to go or not go, to follow or accompany. What or who do I want to run away from? Sometimes, these are very simple and everyday things. For example: before the imminent arrival of a project, a child, a commitment, etc. 
That is, in the face of any circumstance that represents a change, a novelty, an unforeseen event because I am a very structured person, very methodical and I am afraid of not being able to organize my life the way I want.
Arms: In relation to not being able to hold something or reject.
Back and shoulders: In relation to something (a load) that we cannot dodge or avoid.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis mainly affects individuals with excessive self-esteem, powerful, intelligent, bold, who believed they were the best at what they did and, at the same time, inflexible, controlling, perfectionist, very critical of themselves and others and very reluctant to changes that have not been planned or proposed by themselves, because that destroys them, since it implies ceasing to be the best and becoming one more. 
To try to avoid it, they make great efforts to improve themselves, but they think that they are always insufficient and believe that they do not deserve to rest. 
They are very afraid of making mistakes and hardly accept help. “When I feel diminished, I have the feeling that life is crushing me”, “I am afraid of being forgotten”, “I am afraid that they will abandon me”.
It is very important to analyze the family tree in search of a ghost or recumbent with which the affected person has an affinity.
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
I give up fighting to be the strongest. I learn to trust myself. I love, accept and value myself as I am.
I am open to interacting with others and receiving their help.

 
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4 comments:

  1. Hi Joman, i couldnt see it in your book, what would be the reason of gynecomastia in men? Why is it related to graves disease? Thanks!

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    1. Hi how are you?
      It is difficult to find out the origin of a symptom when the person is not present. It is necessary to delve deeply into the unconscious to know what it is.
      There are men who biologically develop a feminine role, especially those who are left-handed.
      The biological sense of making an organ larger is so that it can better perform its physiological function. I suggest you take a close look at the "Breast" label and everything about the Mammary Gland as that is where this symptom originates.
      I am not aware that it is related to Graves or Basedow disease. However, you can also consult the Thyroid label that is related to this disease.
      I hope this information can help you.
      Regards

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  2. Thank you Joman i am fine and you? I write with my right hand because i was trained for it but i play football with my left foot. So maybe i am a natural leftist? The thyroid section is great. I think gynecomastia problem is not very clear still i may need to think more on it Thank you!

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    1. In my book, in BODY: RIGHT AND LEFT SIDES you will find some tests to do to find out if you are right or left handed. Remember to read and reflect on Breast (mammary gland). I hope you can find the source of the symptom.
      Regards

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