Breasts - neurofibromatosis

Published on Reproductive system.

This indicates a problem at the nervous extremities. The tension here is associated to a desire to be no longer touched, or even to a wish for physical separation, even if of temporary nature, due to lack of capacity to communicate. In the active stage of the person’s tension, these are jelly like lumps or spots that form in the breasts, and later become hard lumps.

The lumps prevent the person from feeling contact. In fact, caressing becomes painful. The woman has succeeded to push the husband away from touching her breasts. It may also be that the woman wants to move away from the doctors who touch her breasts or who perform radiotherapy treatment on her. In short, this means driving contact away.

In this case, it is usually a woman who rejects her feminine side and only wishes to use her breast to breastfeed her children. She is a woman who finds sexual intercourse disgusting and who does not understand that breasts can be object of female sexual pleasure. She refuses to feed her feminine Self. She is a woman who is too masculine, maybe not so much in the way she looks, but in the extremely regimented and regulated way of thinking.

Neuro comes from nerves, fibro comes from fibre and matosis means processed substances. The breast contains many nervous extremities.

Nervous extremities give the mother the sensitivity to know the child is being properly fed and that the milk is flowing. The hardening of the nervous extremities denotes great difficulty in communicating. If it affects the right breast, the communication difficulty is with a man, and if it affects the left breast, the communication difficulty is with a woman. This applies to both left and right-handed women. These nodes, cysts, fibroses, which are benign, disappear when the woman gets pregnant. Her conflict is solved. The cause is not solved, but its effect is. These women who rescind their femininity will have other manifestations in other parts of their bodies. For instance, they may have early menopause. In this case, see Menopause.

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