Published on Skin excretions.

These are parasites that live in hair.

The person who has parasites is handing out power to others. He is accepting that others control his life. He allows himself to be sucked by others and is not centred. He lacks self-esteem. He is incapable of saying No with assertiveness. His inner and outer beings are not aligned. “Who has been taking advantage of me and sucking me dry?”

The word parasite is essential in this context. If the person lets himself to be affected by parasites, this means he is not centred and does not know how to be assertive with the people around him. It means that there is someone in his life that is a parasite and lives off him, whether at home, work, one of his friends. It could also be his Mother. The person is clinging to the past and to his old beliefs, and this is the reason why he cannot stand up to the parasite with the degree of assertiveness he ought to have. He feels frustration because he is convinced he will no longer be accepted by that person, should he change his attitude towards him. The person feels unable to progress in a tranquil way.

Hair is a type of skin excretion. Its role is to protect and communicate. But it also acts as an antenna, and as a reflex of health, fidelity to the clan, as a symbol of strength and it even has a social role, particularly when moving in the direction of the other person and in communication.

Young people’s hair depends a lot on the management of emotions through communication.

Lice are often found in the hair of school-aged children. These are children who do not feel well at school and feel vampirised by teachers or simply by the school or parents’ attitude.

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