Bowel - large bowel - anus

Published on Digestive system.

The anus is the point of elimination. It is the end of the discarding territory. Anus problems are always related to conflicts with people close to us. Symptoms in the anus are related to feminine tensions, that is, with feminine behaviours, passive behaviours; they are associated with women and fears.

An abscess in the anus shows much rage regarding something the person does not want to release, let go of. An abscess shows that an inflammation or infection in our lives must be cut open so that the rotten pus may get out. It indicates that a situation of rotten peace must be confronted but the person is too passive to do it. Pain in the anus indicates guilt and conscious or unconscious desire to be punished. “I deserve this, I was not good enough.”

A fistula in the anus shows incomplete discharge of waste. I hang on to the garbage, to the rubbish of the past.

Anus prurience (itch) shows regret, guilt about the past.

Haemorrhoids consist in pain and bleeding of the anus when the person defecates. Defecating is painful. In fact the person is afraid to release. In the case of haemorrhoids, there is a swelling of the veins in the exact point of discharge. Varicose veins develop in the area of the anus due to excessive contraction, which shows insecurity in releasing. A varicose is a vein swelling. Varicose veins result from excessive blood accumulation in the veins, blood that should have returned to the heart but did not.

The person has difficulty in letting go. Haemorrhages show fear of the future, due to lack of self-esteem and happiness. The person is so afraid of what may happen that can only let go with pain, shedding her happiness, shedding blood.

People who suffer from haemorrhoids are usually stressed with deadlines for material projects. They dwell on the consequences. The tension may be related to the material relationship this person has with the spouse (husband or wife). It may have to do with the potential death of a cycle (the end of a relationship with the spouse) or someone’s death.

See Bowel – large bowel – Colon

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