Why do we get sick? Are our body aches and diseases related in some way to the emotions we feel or have experienced in the past? According to biological decoding, a branch of alternative medicine, we can reach the core of the symptoms we feel starting from our emotions.
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Why do we get sick? Physical pains and diseases are related in some way to emotions what do we feel or have we tried in the past? According to biological decoding, a branch of alternative medicine, we can reach the core of the symptoms we feel starting from our emotions.
In this case the alternative medicine or complementary, it is intended to help traditional medicine to better understand the state of health of patients and the deep origins of diseases.
The meanings to be attributed to each disease can be very numerous so those interested in this type of approach can try to deepen it to understand if emotional roots can be found at the basis of physical suffering. Here are some examples of diseases and gods meanings that biological decoding attributes to them.
Skin affections: feeling of fear, anxiety, sense of threat, nervous problems, nervous stress, problems relating to others.
Alzheimer's: refusal to face life, despair and a sense of helplessness.
Anemia: anemia is linked to a lack of self-esteem and joie de vivre.
Arthritis: loneliness, lack of a person who gives us affection.
Asthma: fear and problems relating to others.
Bronchitis: conflicts in the family and problems communicating with others.
Gallstones: bitterness and restrained aggression.
Cataract: it can manifest itself when what is seen does not generate happiness.
Irritable colon: fear and insecurity.
Conjunctivitis: feelings of anger and frustration towards the people we see in daily life.
Depression and anxiety: feeling of despair accompanied by continuous aggression, especially towards oneself.
Disorders of the menstrual cycle: sense of guilt, fear, rejection of femininity.
Migraine: dissatisfaction, stress, nervousness, intolerances.
Insomnia: fear, guilt and mistrust in life.
Heart disease: they can strike very rational people who do not know how to listen to their heart and who follow reason too much.
Diseases of the blood: people who have had serious problems in the family can suffer from it.
Lung diseases: feeling of not being able to live life fully, problems in relationships with others and in the relationship with the environment in which one finds oneself.
Sore throat: it comes when we really want to talk but we don't have the possibility to do it or we can't.
Kidney problems: difficulty getting along with a loved one or with those who live with us.
Bladder Problems: psychological stress that occurs physically with emptying of the bladder.
Problems During Menopause: fear of getting old.
Psoriasis: fear that others will hurt us, the skin becomes a shell.
Cold and flu: situations that provoke anger, weakening of the immune system.
Sciatica: fear and insecurity for the future.
Tonsillitis: anger, fear and repressed creativity, the person suffering from it cannot really be himself in the situation in which he lives.
Stiff neck: inflexibility.
Persistent cough: desire to be heard by others, to be heard by the world.
Did you recognize any correspondence known to you between diseases and emotions?
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