Vertebrae - terminal vertebrae - coccyx

Published on Locomotor system.

This is a group of fused vertebrae, normally four, and the extension of the sacral vertebrae. It is the “tail” of the human body, the appendage that no longer exists. Coccyx-related problems are normally linked to the person’s yin axis, the feminine axis, the femininity axis, symbolised by the Mother.

We are dealing with the bones of the back. And bones form part of the locomotor system. The common denominator here, like in the case of other vertebrae, is undervaluation. The person feels affected and loses his self-esteem. Problems in the coccyx represent a fear of imposed sexuality, fear of the imposition of an excessively feminine behaviour or even compulsory submission (in the animal world, this is the case of the non-dominating wolf with his tail down, denoting submission).

It is important to understand what is going on in the relationship this person has with his partner, with his model of Mother or with her female model. If the coccyx problem is affecting a man, he is no doubt having a relationship problem with the person (woman or man) he is living with and feeling a huge tension about it. If the coccyx problem is affecting a woman, she will need to understand why she is so afraid of her husband or any other man (or someone who plays the role o a man), and look out for the woman pattern in her clan.


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