Published on Locomotor system.

The femur, which is located in the thighs, is the largest bone in the human body. Bone structure represents a person’s deepest beliefs. Bone decalcification problems and fractures of the femur head or of the femur show a great sense of undervaluation of the person whose foundations were severely shaken up.

In the animal kingdom, there is a great example of damage to the femur head. It is the case of the brutal front impact of the Canadian musk oxen, during the mating season, when they fight for leadership of the pack. The impact, with lowered heads, is very violent and the leg strength to remain standing and pushing with great force is astounding. The male that loses this struggle always feels great undervaluation and is left with decalcification of the femur head.

With time, this lesion heals and a callus of stronger bone forms. This allows him to challenge a rival for leadership in the following season. .

This repetitive process, animalistic, instinctive, and very determined, is very yang, very masculine, and very warlike.

To break a bone means to release a lot of energy, but breaking a femur is a serious shake-up for anyone.

The body asks, violently, that we a break with a belief from the past and make a change. The fracture is usually the result of some dynamic activity, either physical or mental. It happens to physically and mentally hyperactive people. The body yells “stop! Follow a different path.”

This also happens to old people who feel undervalued. Problems with the femur or femur head exist so that people draw conclusions.

To act like the ox and show excessive determination and strong will with the same old beliefs is not an act of intelligence. The person who fractures a bone is a person who has become too inflexible in what he thinks.

Problems in the femur show undervaluation due to inflexibility in the way a person thinks about his life, his foundation, his roots, his deep beliefs, work, home, family, and money.

The locomotor system is not very clear on the certainties of the yin/yang polarity regarding the sides of the body. It is important to presume that the right femur is yang, masculine, and the left femur is yin, feminine, for both right-handed and left-handed people.

So, problems with the yang femur show obstinacy with the way of thinking and living, mainly with work and professional projects, as well as the influence of a male way of thinking (possibly the Father or the male model in the home or couple). Problems in the yin femur show obstinacy in the way of thinking and living mainly associated with the home, family, or money in the home budget, as well as the influence of the way of thinking and being of a woman (the Mother or the female model in the home or couple).

See Body polarity

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