Partial paralysis

Published on Locomotor system, Nervous system.

This is where tensions with the immediate surroundings, with close ones, are located. This is mostly with the Father figure, or the male model, or with the Mother, or the female model.

Partial paralysis shows to the person that there is a deep tension in the side of the body that suffered the paralysis, and that he must not go on like this. This is massive self-inflicted violence. It reflects the person’s tremendous difficulty in understanding what his emotions would tell him if he did not control them, and if he took the opportunity to acknowledge and examine them.

Partial paralysis is the result of major undervaluation and remorse, regret about something that was done in the past. The person cannot bear the contradiction in his life. And he is unable to verbalize this. It is advisable to examine which side of the body is affected. The person who suffers from paralysis is inflexible, static in the way he thinks, and he feels undervalued and afraid.

If paralysis affects the lower limbs, this indicates a great deal of fear regarding home, the relationship between the couple, with the family and a major absence (and/or separation) of the biological Mother. It may be an indication that the person has a thinking pattern that is identical to that of the biological Mother. “I cannot escape, I cannot find the way out, and I do not know what to do.” In any case, the person feels a major crisis in his roots but he keeps it to himself without confronting the people with whom he has problems. It is important to find out what happened with this person at birth or during pregnancy. Any way, if it is a woman, it is possible that she may be experiencing the same inner conflict as her mother.

If paralysis affects the upper limbs, this shows that the person feels undervalued and unworthy of others, of matter and, above all, that he is unable to put a stop to the aggression he feels in others. Aggression by the partner? The family?

The person who suffers from paralysis thinks in such a way that there is little room to let things flow, and lives his pain in silence. He has created a prison for himself, through his extremely rigid life. The person sticks to beliefs that mean nothing to him.

This is the result of repetition of the thinking pattern that runs in the family, which does not work for him. This is the result of the person feeling attacked on his ideas.

Check the parts of the body that have been affected by paralysis.

Also see Paralysis for other types of paralysis.

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