Mouth sores

Published on Digestive system.

The mouth, with its digestive role, is an entryway for food (nutrition) and also an exit for food (vomit). In its communication function, it is an exit for sounds and words, communication and expression of affection. In its respiratory function, it allows to inhale and exhale air. The mouth also has a sexual function. In fact, there is a great similarity between the lips of the mouth and the labia of the vagina.

In conclusion, the mouth is a welcoming environment for taking in.

Mouth infections show the things we do not want to take in, whatever the circumstance, or the things we do not want to experiment in our lives.

Mouth sores develop in the mucus membrane surfaces inside the mouth. They are related to digestion, but primarily with the digestion of communication problems. For example, a person had a communication problem with a friend, a conflict, and the friend started avoiding him/her. However, the person still desires to see the friend and speak to him/her to repair the friendship. The friend, nevertheless, continues to avoid the person. When the person finally gives up, a mouth sore appears in the mucus membrane surface of the mouth. This does not imply that the person should contact the friend. It simply means that the hurt he/she felt and the desire to see the friend took a toll on the person and the body expresses that with the mouth sore. The tension is related to the desire to communicate with someone close, someone who is part of the person’s roots. It can be a friend, a colleague, a boss… The mucus membranes in the mouth are controlled by the cerebral hemispheres. Thus, for both left-handed and right-handed people, the inside of your mouth is yang (masculine) on the right side and yin (feminine) on the left side.

So, a mouth sore on the yang side shows tension with a man, and one on the yin side shows tension with a woman.

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