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Diabetes is a condition of the pancreas

Pancreas - endocrine gland - diabetes

Published on Glands.

When diabetes symptoms exist, it is because the person felt he was not able to keep sugar reserves. In diabetic people, sugar escapes through urine. Diabetic people are unable to assimilate and store sugar in their own cells.

Previously, in certain countries, diabetes was known as “sugar diarrhea”, which actually means “diarrhea of love”.

The body of the diabetic person is showing him that he deprives himself of love. The word diabetes comes from the Greek, which means to throw or to pass through something.

The pancreas produces a type of sugar that is very alkaline. For this reason, diabetes causes the hyper-acidulation of the body. The person becomes sour, acid, and aggressive.

The body is showing the person that the one who does not love becomes sour, that the one who moves away from sugar, sweetness and love becomes sour.

In other words, the person who does not know how to enjoy himself becomes unbearable. The diabetic person longs for love, but does not dare searching for it. He is waiting everlastingly. He has not learnt what love is. The key word here is love. Being able to receive love or moving away from love.

Let’s take an example from the animal world.

When an animal dies, the smell is terrible. The animal that stayed behind understands that the stench, this very bad smell, is very unpleasant, so it does not stay around. It goes away. It is a revolting smell. It is disgusting. This is what nature does. By making the animal follow its instincts, it makes it move away from death in order to survive. The ghastly smell does it.

The image in diabetes is that of the animal that stays close to what is filthy and does not move away. Why should an animal stay close to another who dies and stinks? This actually only happens in cases when an offspring stays behind when its mother dies. In fact, the baby animal does not know where to go. Then he stays close to the stinky, filthy corpse. And then it develops diabetes.

In the case of diabetes, the person’s tension translates as: “I cannot oppose fate. And I am not receiving my correct share of sugar (love, affection). I would like to get out of this because it disgusts me, but I can’t.” Therefore, from the key word love, we get to another key word: revulsion (repugnance).

In this case, the tension is due to: “It is my duty to stay close to someone who smells like a corpse.” The person remains close to someone who revolts him. And he stays. And he tries to resist.

Please see pancreas and you will see it derives from Pan (which means the whole, the universe, the god of creation) and from Crea (which means flesh).

The person suffering from diabetes rebels against the god of creation. And the representative of the relationship with the divine force, the force of heaven, is precisely the biological Father. The person who causes revulsion to the diabetic patient is his Father, or her husband, or her male model.

It is paramount to find out what happened in the relationship with the Father, who revolted the person and caused him revulsion and who, still in this person’s understanding, never gave the love, the sugar he needed.

In this case, it is important to work with the person in his acceptance of love for himself and for the other person.

The pancreas temporises our glycaemia. It stores our sugar for when we need it later. The internal insulin secretion plays a role in the absorption of sugar by the cells of the body. It is the insulin that stores the sugar.

When there is absence of insulin, the cells do not absorb the blood’s sugar properly and it gets stored in an irregular manner. This storage characterises diabetes. The medical treatment for diabetes consists precisely in injecting insulin into the body.

We have seen earlier that, in a diabetic person, sugar escapes through urine, which prevents the patient from maintaining adequate sugar levels in his blood.

For this reason, diabetics drink and eat a lot. Nevertheless, they still lose weight.

So, this person may have hyperglycemias and hypoglycaemia crises.

“I must turn this page”, he thinks. And so, the person resists and becomes hyperglycaemic,.and starts eating many sweets and sugary things. The, his brain will reply: “lower down your resistance.” Then he becomes hypoglycaemic.

The brain will do these two things in alternating form. For this reason, the patient will alternate between hyperglycemias and hypoglycaemia crises. He is unable to balance the sugars of his life, the sugars in his blood.

The diabetic person spends his life resisting a lot (hyper) and then ends up letting go (hypo) in the face of everything that revolts him and causes him revulsion.

The diabetic person has cerebral dysfunctions and major losses of contact with reality.

When the glycaemia levels are balanced, the diabetic person functions perfectly.


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