Published on Locomotor system.

Bones represent our deepest beliefs. It is the carcass, the structure that supports all of the tissues of the body. The skeleton and the bones represent our inner structure.

The bone holds the conscience of the self.

The bone structure is where the deep undervaluation of the being is kept. “My action was not appropriate.”

The person who wishes to be incinerated upon dying only because he believes that he is worth nothing and that there is no point in taking up space and bothering others, may be doing so, out of pure undervaluation. This is when the bones may become affected.

A man who has been cheated on and feels deep undervaluation will end up with problems in his bones. This does not happen to women who have been cheated. A woman will feel tension in one of her feminine organs (breast, for example). For a very masculine and macho man, the fact that he feels deceived represents a total crumbling of his foundations and of his beliefs. For this reason, his bones are affected.

The bone structure indicates firmness and accomplishment. Specific and intense undervaluation shows up in the bones.

A broken bone, upon calcification, will not fracture again in the same place. It has become stronger.

To fracture a bone means the release of a great deal of energy. When the fracture occurs, stress levels are reduced. Then the bone is immobilized with plaster and the person calms down, gets free and smiles.

When a bone is fractured, this in fact means that the body is asking the person to break off with a belief from the past and to change himself. Fractures normally result from dynamic activities, which can be physical or mental. This happens to excessively active people. The body says: “Stop, take a different route.” The person who fractures a bone is a person who has become too rigid and inflexible regarding an activity he was carrying out.

When referring to bones, it is important to distinguish three levels: the actual bone, the bone marrow and the periosteum (the membrane that covers the bone).

For instance, when fracturing a bone, the pain we feel is in the periosteum, the membrane covering the bone. This is where the bone connects with the conscience, through pain. This is where contact is made. This is where separation of the action occurs, between what I did wrong and what I simply failed to do.

This part of the bone, the membrane, is more dynamic than the skin covering our bodies. A pain in the bones calls for immobility. I must stop and rethink my actions. A non-stopping pain leads to inactivity.

Pain is ninety per cent periostal and so, it may be worked on from a psychic perspective. Ten per cent of pain is, nevertheless, truly physical, which makes it much more difficult to deal with and means that pain killers need to be used.

Bones are part of the locomotor system. The right side of the body is yang, masculine, and the left side is yin, feminine. This applies both to left and right-handed people, but this polarity is not constant. Therefore, it must be examined carefully.

You should examine each part of the body individually.

See Bone marrow.

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