Bowel - large bowel - lower rectum

Published on Digestive system.

Our conscience perceives this part of the rectum differently from the upper rectum. It has to do with the role of the sphincter. The sphincter is a frontier. Conflicts in this area are experienced in a feminine manner, due to a specific characteristic.

It is important to understand that the tension is yin, feminine, due to a lack of boundary setting on the part of the Father. In other words, if the Father was too lenient, the person does not know his limits, becomes excessively passive, excessively feminine, and may suffer from incontinence. If the person suffers a great tension and does not verbalize it, it may develop cancer. Here, in this part of the body, conflicts are experienced in a feminine manner. The person releases, releases, and releases. He never ceases to release and can do nothing to stop the outflow. The person is tremendously yin, tremendously passive. Bowel incontinence shows a constant revelation of the person’s underworld, of his subconscious, of his hidden side, his hidden emotions, and his true identity. The person with incontinence cannot position himself from an identity standpoint.

When a woman (or a very yin, very feminine man) does not know her limits, her sphincter ceases to work effectively. It is a reaction grounded on our collective subconscious. In fact, in pre-historic times, men imposed the limits on women.

In older people, incontinence happens due to senility, due to loss of control of the masculine side, of the yang side. Incontinence also happens to some homosexual men and some women, due to their preference for anal sex. It is not because they practice anal sex, but rather because they are very submissive, too yin, too passive. They are people who overdevelop their feminine side at the expense of their masculine side.

Incontinence may also happen, in isolated episodes, due to a great fear.

When a person feels fear, he feels that someone may attack him. As a result, the sympathetic nervous system prepares to escape. Here, contrary to the energy of rage, which rises up to the scapular waist, the energy of fear goes down the lower limbs. The legs prepare to run and the anticipation that the person may have to run for a good while may give him the urgency to empty out the sacs of urine and faeces to run faster. This is why, sometimes, a scared person may experience urinary or bowel incontinence.

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