Circulatory system - arterial system

Published on Circulatory system.

Arteries are part of the yang circulation. They transport oxygen and nutrients to the cells. Artery problems are typical of a more masculine behaviour, very yang, very regimented, very controlling, dominated by Cartesian thought, very radical. Artery problems are more common in the upper part of the body, the more masculine part, namely in the thorax, arms, and head.

Artery problems reveal an inability to deal with emotions. They show incapacity to do what is necessary to let go and be happy. Hardening of the arteries reflects our personal hardening. Arthritis shows rage, inflammation. Thrombosis show control and the inability to let life flow.

See Circulatory system and Circulatory system – venal system.

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