Published on Reproductive system.

The cervix is also called the neck of the womb or the cervical canal of the uterus. We will examine it separately from the womb (uterus), because the tensions associated with the cervix are very distinct from those affecting the womb.

The neck of the womb is the passage from the vagina to the body of the womb. The word neck means passageway, corridor, narrow path. It is in the narrow path the man’s penis gland rests when there is copulation.

It is important to remember that territorial issues, amongst animals, are related to reproduction. For them, the survival of the species stands above the existence of the individual.

Thus, the territory is linked to the species, to reproduction and to offspring.

Conflicts of a sexual nature and undervaluing are included in the concept of territory. The animal that contributes towards the continuity of the species feels useful. His sense of usefulness is, in fact, indispensable. He feels fulfilled.

This animal ancestral feeling means that we, humans, feel territorial conflicts and sense of usefulness in the neck of the womb, in the case of women, and in the prostate, in the case of men.

It is in the cervix that women feel sexually and virtually fulfilled.

When a woman experiences problems in the cervix, the body is telling her that she feels sexual frustration or frustration in her life. It means she does not feel fulfilled. The loss of sexual partner, be it an actual loss of partner or frustration in the sexual act, may mean that the woman feels she is no longer useful. In fact, the woman feels territoriality in the sexual act. Without a partner, she no longer has a territory. She does not feel useful any longer. The non-verbalized feeling of lack of usefulness projects itself, literally, in the woman’s neck of the womb. This is an ancestral feeling coming from the collective unconscious, from the experience of animals on Earth. However, this is a dependence related tension.

If this absence of partner tension that the woman feels is very big, and if she fails to verbalize it, or even be aware of it, she may develop cervix cancer.

Here, the strictly sexual dependence may also be associated to sexual frustration. Either because the woman may always want more and her partner does not correspond to her wishes, or because the partner may always want more, which leaves her feeling like a sexual object.

After menopause, there is never a risk of cervical cancer.

When the grandfather lost all of his lands, for example, and never verbalized his frustration, his granddaughter may experience territorial conflicts or cervix problems, as well as feelings of sexual frustration (see Family). The granddaughter somatizes the feelings the grandfather never verbalized.

When the problem is in the junction of the cervix with the body of the womb, the tension here is different and reveals the division the person feels between being a woman and being a Mother.

This is because this area, whether the neck or the junction, is part of the genital system. It is the area of the body waters, of the influence of deep rooted beliefs, of the collective unconscious brought by the family, by the pattern of the woman of the clan, by the loose existence, guilty or not, of sex.

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