Published on Locomotor system.

Here we talk about the part of the arm that goes from the shoulder to the elbow.

The arm is located in the area between the shoulder, which is responsible for rhythm changes in our actions, and the elbow, which decides the radical changes in direction we make in our lives with regard our route and goals.

At the outset, our right arm is yang (male) and the left is yin (female). This applies to both right and left-handed people. However, we must not forget that we are dealing with the more yang, more male side of the body and that polarity in the locomotor system is not always obvious. Problems in the arm reveal the presence of tensions and difficulties at the time of acting.

Problems affecting the yang arm denote undervaluing and inflexibility [due to the influence of a third person (a man?) or due to own beliefs]. The individual wants to go further than what is reasonable. He will insist, be stubborn, a fighter, somehow aggressive. His objectives blind him, as he is not paying attention to the eventual changes he may need to undergo in his own personal route and goals. He will not, therefore, attain what he wanted, and will feel undervalued as a result.

Problems in the yin arm represent undervaluing and inflexibility [due to the influence of a third person (a woman?) or due to own beliefs]. The person’s sensitivity is hurt in the process of attaining his goal. Here, too, the individual is not paying special attention to eventual changes he may need to do in his own personal route and objectives. As a result, he feels undervalued.

Humerus fractures represent a shock at the level of deep beliefs, with regard difficulty in acting, and, at the same time, a tremendous relief of the tension the person was experiencing. People with accumulated anger have chronic tensions in their shoulders, neck and arms. Problems affecting the muscle of the arm indicate undervaluing and inflexibility. If they occur in the bone, it shows strong undervaluing, and if it affects the skin, it denotes a feeling of separation or communication difficulties. Depending on the type of lesion, it is advisable to see Bone-Fracture, Muscles or Skin. In the concrete case of amputation, see Amputation. In case of paralysis, see Paralysis and Partial paralysis

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