Kidneys - cancer and cysts

Published on Urinary system.

On this occasion, the central tension of the person who suffers from kidney cancer is linked to two keywords: crumbling (collapse) and huge fear.

From a biological perspective, the body is made of seventy per cent water. The person with cancer is someone who has a major conflict with liquids and who does not verbalize the major fear he felt, whether it originated in water-related problems (risk of drawning), snow (avalanche), petrol, milk, perfusions or money (the latter is often called liquidity).

The person’s fear is so intense that it is as if he was afraid of losing his vital waters. And so, the person blocks out the exit of waters from his body (liquid retention).

When he sorts out the tension and the immense fear has gone, a huge cyst forms in the kidney. This consists of a strengthening of the kidney tissue that the body develops to fortify the role of the kidney, as it lost efficacy during the retention. The objective is that its functionality, interrupted during the tension, can be put back in the form of a flow of urine that is much higher than before the emotional shock. The body wants to recover its balance regarding the elimination of the retained waters, and thus produces a higher flow of urine. This is how cysts and cancers are formed.

The keyword for kidney cancer is huge fear, gigantic fear, associated to non-verbalized liquid issues.

As with any cancer, the affected organ becomes more productive. Therefore, as opposed to what occurs to the kidney of the patient affected by renal insufficiency, the cancer-ridden kidney produces high levels of the eritropoetin hormone, and encourages bone marrow to produce higher amounts of red blood cells, reaching abnormally high levels. Such as with the patient suffering from renal insufficiency, the person with a kidney cancer also has hematuria (blood in the urine). Kidney cancer causes back pain and fever. Renal insufficiency, on the contrary, does not cause pain.

The essential tension associated to kidney cancer is the huge fear it provokes, as well as the feeling that the person’s life is crumbling down. The bigger the conflict, the higher the chance that the cysts will be malignant and turn into cancer. In any case, for it to become cancer, it is necessary that the person has kept this huge fear tension for himself, within, and hidden it away.

In the animal world, there are examples of animals that suffer from retention of liquids. It is the case of salmons that return to the nascent of the river to spawn, around September. The route is tough and the bears are waiting and having a feast. Salmons’ jumps are huge. One of them manages to go over the rock but falls on the side of the river, on the bank. Dry land! It is outside the water. Its life is at great risk. Fish need water to survive. This is when it will retain liquids. It blocks out all of the waters contained in the kidneys so that he stores as much water as possible, waiting for a wave to land near where he is. It will also block out the suprarenal glands (which are associated to the kidneys) in order to prevent the production of cortisone and enter a state of asthenia (major tiredness) so not to move and catch the bear’s attention. This is its only chance of survival.

In kidney cysts and cancer, as well as with stones, sides are important, but not obvious. The right kidney is the yang (masculine) kidney and the left kidney is yin (feminine), both for right and left-handed people. Still, there are no certainties.

Problems in the yang kidney denote huge fear in the relation with liquids. This is associated to beliefs linked to the man model (the biological Father?) that he has adopted, which do not work, and still, the person does not let go. Problems in the yin kidney denote huge fear in the relation with liquids. This is associated to beliefs linked to the woman model (the biological Mother?) that he has adopted, which do not work, and still, the person does not let go.

See Kidney stones, Kidneys and Kidneys – renal insufficiency.

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