Paralysing diseases

Published on Nervous system.

Paralysing diseases always affect the locomotor system, namely the muscles and/or the nerves. They are linked to a huge feeling of undervaluation. This is the first keyword. The second keyword concerns two feelings, ideas or impulses that are contradictory.

The person imposes on himself two contradictory orders regarding movement. The person has wishes that contradict each other. These two contradictory ideas that provoke tension may occur when, for example, the person wished very much to do something, did it and then regretted having done it. I pushed someone off the cliff, she was badly hurt as a result and I felt very guilty about it, unable to forgive myself. In this case, the muscles are affected. Remorse is an undervaluation feeling that affects muscles.

If this happens to a newly born, here we have a child who has incarnated but who doubts whether he should have done it, because he feels neither balance nor harmony in his life to allow him to grow freely. In situations like this, it is paramount to examine what went on between the parents during pregnancy, at the time of birth or during the early childhood of the individual in question.

Paralysing diseases are characteristic of the locomotor system and of the nervous system, as we have just seen.

The feeling of individuality and of self-esteem is the issue here. This is about what I think of myself and what am I doing in this world. This is about my assertiveness and my flexibility and conflicts related to my personal worth are kept here. What part of my conscience is in the dark in my relationship with the world?

In a condition such as paralysis, the person’s thoughts tie him down. He stopped being able to move, whether partially or totally. In case of partial paralysis, it is important to check which part of the locomotor system is affected.


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