Multiple sclerosis

Published on Nervous system.

Multiple Sclerosis is a form of paralysis. Paralyzing illnesses always affect the locomotor system and, namely, the muscles and/or the nerves. They are connected with a great feeling of undervaluation and a communication problem. The person experiences opposing ideas and impulses.

The individual is faced with two contradictory movement orders. The person who suffers from multiple sclerosis (or plaque sclerosis) is usually a young adult who experiences destruction of myelin, a protective envelope of the central nervous system. The muscles fail to respond due to a lack of nerve conductivity and the person suffers paralysis, nystagmus (constant tremors of the pupils), tremors, disorders of the senses, incontinence, and psychic disorders (seeisolation). It develops slowly and with irregular outbreaks. It evolves by plaques.

It is important to look at this person’s relationship with his biological Father. It is likely that that the individual displays mental rigidity, insensibility, an iron will, inflexibility, and an unconscious fear of his Father. It has much to do with the person’s relationship with the Father or male figure. In the case of a woman, it could be associated with the relationship with her husband.

In the case of plaque sclerosis, we are faced with three related issues: a problem of movement – the person gradually loses the ability to move around; a problem of undervaluation as the person feels strongly undervalued by the group, and primarily by the Father; and a problem of verticality- the person has trouble maintaining verticality in several ways, including posture and, in the case of men, the ability to have an erection. So, the body keeps the person from moving around. The person would like to feel some recognition and be able to relax. This individual does not feel recognized and feels undervalued. As a result, he fears socialization and seeks isolation. It must be noticed that the person is afraid, which means that nothing has yet happened to prove the lack of recognition but, based on past beliefs, he anticipates what may happen to him. That results in the development of multiple sclerosis. In this case, we are dealing with a mental projection. This individual’s beliefs do not work for him. Besides, he pays excessive attention to the ideas and attitudes of his Father, either to follow or to resist them.

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