The infection known as candidiasis is caused by the overgrowth of fungi or yeasts of the genus Candida, of which Candida albicans is the most common.
Oral and Genital Candidiasis Biodescodification – Emotional Conflicts
Both men and women can develop this disease, although women are more susceptible. It is estimated that 75% of women in developed countries will suffer from this condition at some point in their lives.
The presence of Candida, especially on the skin, is a constant feature of the human body, but under certain conditions, they can multiply abnormally, which can lead to candidiasis.
Risk factors for developing this infection include certain hormonal and physiological abnormalities:
- Use of oral contraceptives
- Diabetes mellitus
- Antibacterial antibiotics
- Diets high in simple carbohydrates
- Fertility treatments
- Infectious mononucleosis
- Cancer treatments
- Steroid use and stress.
In addition, 15% of people with compromised immune systems will eventually develop the disease.
How Candidiasis reveals emotional conflicts of sexual frustration and abuse
Candidiasis consistently reveals unconscious emotional conflicts, usually related to past experiences of sexual frustration.
Situations in which the person wanted a sexual encounter but was unable to have one, or if they did have one, the encounter did not go as planned. That is sexual encounters that do not result in the desired sexual satisfaction. In addition, cases in which one feels sexually abused or degraded.
As a biological reaction to these circumstances, candidiasis is a response: a physical and sexual barrier that protects because irritation inhibits romantic desire.
Candidiasis therefore often affects people who harbor a lot of resentment and anger in their relationships, those who demand too much from their partners, and those who also harbor mistrust.
Unconscious anger and rage are always the emotions at the core of the underlying conflicts that cause candidiasis, conflicts that are experienced with deep resentment, irritability, and anger.
Finally, as we can see, candidiasis is the manifestation of a conflict that the person with candidiasis neither accepts nor actively seeks to resolve.
Oral Candidiasis according to Biodescodification
How to accept and overcome the biological rejection of new ideas and toxic thoughts.
The biological refusal to “digest”, adopt or accept new ideas always manifests itself through problems in the mouth. These situations often arise suddenly and without warning, and we often do not give ourselves enough time to consider all relevant factors and available options.
The presence of toxic thoughts that we accumulate and suppress also causes problems in the mouth. They are usually phrases that upset or hurt us when we have heard them. They are also phrases that we wish someone had said but were never said.
Therefore, it is wise and beneficial to become aware of the things we hold back and allow ourselves to express them.
Genital Candidiasis according to Biodescodification
The conflicts of fear, guilt, shame, mistrust, and anger about one’s sexuality are always revealed by genital candidiasis.
In other words, genital candidiasis reveals how a person experiences and feels their sexuality and relationship with their partner, as well as how they have “digested” and internalized situations, expressions, and feelings related to past personal conflicts.
The person with candidiasis needs to become aware of the conflict he or she is harboring. They need to ask themselves what it is about the sexuality that irritates them so much, what conflict they are avoiding, and what they do not want to see or acknowledge.
Since there are always circumstances and feelings of fragility and insecurity behind it, these people need to respect themselves first and foremost.
The first step is to refuse to let the offensive gestures and words of others invade your space. The next step is to recognize your inner strength and capacity for self-aggrandizement.
With information from Jesús Casla