Published on Reproductive system.

The ovaries are the female gonads.

They are the reservoir of the power of Earth, yin and feminine. They are the essence of femininity. Men do not have ovaries. Ovaries are to women what testicles are to men. Removing a woman’s ovaries has the same energetic effect as removing testicles from a man.

The hormones produced by these glands control sexual characteristics, such as hair and breast growth, etc. Both men and women have male hormones (testosterone) and female hormones (estrogens), only in distinct proportions.

Ovary-related problems indicate the loss, or the feeling of loss, of a loved one. It may have been a boyfriend, a son, etc.

The ovaries polarity is not obvious. However, for diagnosis purposes, it should be assumed that the right ovary is yang and the left ovary is yin, for all women, right and left-handed. But this is not certain. Problems in the yang ovary indicate the loss of a male loved one, and in the yin ovary, of a female loved one.

So, the yang ovary denotes the loss of a major male friend, of a boyfriend, son, or any male the person was very fond of. The yin ovary indicates the loss of a major female friend, a girlfriend, a daughter or any female the person was very fond of.

In any case, this ovary polarity is not terribly important, because the person is able to quickly identify which loved one caused the feeling of loss.

Ovary cancer makes the ovaries become more productive. It is as if the body is showing how anxious the person is to create, to generate, a new loved one to replace the one that was lost. This is a typical example of wishing to protect the species before protecting the individual. Because, in fact, the person is offering a part of her body in order to be able, in a virtual manner (here lies the illusion) to recover someone who is gone from her life. When the tension the person is experiencing is huge and not verbalized, exteriorised, the person develops cancer. When the situation is not serious, the person develops a cyst.

It seems ovarian cysts take about nine months to develop. It must be pointed out that the fact it takes nine months is curious, because this is the normal gestation period before birth delivery.

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