Breasts - carcinoma

Published on Reproductive system.

Here we talk about the nipple cancer.

Breasts nourish and protect (“to give the child her breast”)

Mothers who protect adult sons or daughters, hen mothers, the so-called priority mothers, correspond to the pattern of women with nipple breast problems. They use their mother side more than their woman side. The nipple represents everything the woman believes to be a priority. The person thinks she is indispensable to the other members of the family, particularly to the children and husband.

In her understanding, if she is absent (we are not talking about the feeling of being separated because the other person went away, but about her feeling that she cannot be present – she is the one who is absent), the other person will not be able to manage. She is the one who feeds him. She is the one who knows. This is an absolutely ghastly feeling. And it is also a very masculine, very yang attitude. She deals with her husband and children as if they were mentally retarded.

The Mother who feels abandoned by the son (the son lives because he is tired of having the hen on top of him) also falls into this pattern. She sees it as a break. This tension in the conscience may be felt regarding virtual sons. For example, this is the case of someone the person in question looks after as if he was a son, although he is not.

It may also happen to the woman who was not loved, not protected, not embraced by her own biological Mother, or even not breastfed by her.

Here, in the nipple, polarity is different. Here we have a difference between left and right hand-sided people: the problem associated to excessive protection of children or husband always shows up in the yin breast, feminine, delicate, this is, in the left breast of the right-handed woman and in the right breast of the left-handed woman. It happens in the left breast, in right-handed women, because this is the arm used when giving their breast to the child, when breastfeeding. And vice-versa, for left-handed women.

Animals may also develop breast cancer. However, in animals, the situation is temporary and disappears naturally when they get pregnant again. In human, it gets more complicated due to the person’s own beliefs and thoughts.

When somebody who may symbolise aggression against the person’s nest intervenes, the lesion is on the yang breast, not on the yin. It can be a tension with the husband, for example, but not in his role of the protected one, but rather in his role as the aggressor. This affects the right breast of the left-handed woman, and the left breast of the right-handed woman. Effectively, the yang breast, masculine is associated to the man. This is because, regarding protection, this is the breast which is closest to the hand that one gives the child when it becomes necessary to hold it to protect him or her.

The nest’s aggressors can be, for example, the Father who leaves home to be with another woman, or the Father who cheats on the Mother. In this situation, we are referring to the woman who feels she was betrayed, cheated on, deceived. And someone very close (almost always the husband) did this to her.

If the cause for aggression was the mother-in-law who wanted to separate everything about the couple, the yang breast will equally be the one that is affected. Even if the aggressor is a woman. The aggressor, man or woman, is also perceived as a yang force, masculine, warrior, aggressive.

The breast is an exclusively feminine organ.

The nipple is masculine and feminine, although the male nipple, from a hormonal perspective, is not prepared to produce milk. Although it rarely happens, there are men who get nipple cancer. The reasons for it are the same as in women. The only difference is that, in this case, we are dealing with a man who has completely blocked his masculine brain, who has feminised himself to such an extent that he developed the same symptoms as a woman regarding his own children or, more likely, regarding those he considers to be his virtual children in life. If he is homosexual, it may be a tension he has developed regarding his boyfriend.

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