The breast is the symbol that represents femininity, motherhood and responsibility in the family. The maternal function is based on feeding, protecting and educating the child and on her responsibility in the real nest (house, apartment, building) or symbolic (the warmth of the home, the family atmosphere, family parties).
Breast cancer emotional conflict according to biodescodifcation
Most breast diseases are dominated by a feeling of the general concern in the household, involving all the inhabitants of the house:
Children, parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, uncles, cousins, family friends, pets and in particular, most often, the son or husband, real or symbolic. Among the most important sources of conflict that can cause drama in the household are:
- Child: accident, illness, death, bad company causing us to worry, not hearing from them, misunderstanding, loss of job, etc.
- Spouse: depression, alcoholism, absence, unemployment, illness, accident, death, etc.
- Home: separation, divorce, violence, economic problems that make it difficult to support the family, feeling threatened or in danger, lack of contact and/or protection, etc.
Which breast is affected?
Why is the left breast affected and not the right or both? Whether one breast is affected or the other depends on whether the drama experienced corresponds to a strict conflict or an extended conflict in the home.
In the first case, it concerns a problem exclusively with the child, be it real or symbolic (the spouse, if he/she is considered as a child or another person, animal, or thing that considers him/her and takes care of him/her as a child) for example “mother/child conflict”.
In the second case the conflict may be related to other members of the household, for example, the husband, partner, lover, parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, etc.
Conflict in the household
How can we determine whether it is a strict or extended conflict in the household?
Based on the biological laterality (right-handed or left-handed) of the affected person.
- For the biological right-handed person: the left breast condition corresponds to a strict intra-household conflict and the right breast condition corresponds to an extended conflict.
- For the biological left-handed person: the affection of the right breast concerns a strict conflict within the household and the affection of the left breast concerns an extended conflict.
Quadrants of the breast
Localization of the condition within four quadrants of the breast. Where is the problem located?
If we divide the breast into four parts with two lines passing through the nipple, one horizontal and one vertical, we would establish the upper outer and inner quadrants and below that the lower inner and outer quadrants.
The upper part represents what I can give, what I give to others and what I take care of.
Lower symbolizes what I need from the other.
External represents the conflicts I have with other people.
Internal personalizes the conflicts I have in taking care of myself. I am the one who needs my mother.
The nipple means: I am centered in myself.
Most breast conditions are located in the upper outer quadrant (EOC), near the armpit.
Which breast tissue is affected?
Depending on the tissues present in the breast, five different conflicts may occur:
- Mammary glands: have the function of making and secreting milk.
- Conflict: drama in the home with a notion of danger. Benign cancer of the adenofibroma or adenocarcinoma type is one of the most frequent types of cancer.
In a right-handed woman
Mother/child conflict or strict conflict in the household. Everything for which we feel responsible, where there is an absolute need for us.
Protection. Conflict related to the child. Concern for one’s child, for what happens to him/her or what he/she does. I want to give of myself. Conflict related to the household, the house and the apartment. Not being able to have or form a home. Disorganized home. Losing the home.
Conflict with someone to whom one plays the mother: the partner. The first partner is the father. The second is the brother or sister, the children who have grown up. The third partner is the husband. The fourth partner is a friend, a colleague, a cousin, etc.
In a biologically left-handed woman: It is the other way around
The right breast will express a strict conflict in the household and the left breast will indicate a conflict with the partner.
- Mastitis and abscesses: drama plus dishonor in the home.
- Lactiferous ducts: these are the thin canals attached to the mammary glands that transport milk to the nipple. Ductal cancer.
Relationship problems at the household level
Separation conflict, not sexual but with maternal bonds.
Separation conflict in horizontal relationships, such as “my husband is leaving”. “That woman has taken my husband away from me”. Similarly, it may indicate the desire to be separated, to no longer be in contact with my partner and to stop giving him affective nourishment (milk).
“I feel lonely”. My husband does not help me, he does not support me, he is cold, he does not speak and I do not receive caresses or attention.
The strict relational problem at the household level. Feeling separated from the child, both in a real and figurative sense. Lack of communication or understanding. “My child is leaving.” Drama at household (house, apartment, work).
Conflict of lack of protection, contact, caresses, exchanges and security of my loved ones and myself. Lack of communication with relatives we want to keep or have “under our wing” or “on our breast”.
The dermis: conflict of stain, of dirt. Attack on integrity. Melanoma.
Conflict of being disfigured (bad breast, ugly scar). Drama at household (house, apartment) due to dirt, disorganization, theft, etc. “They have soiled my nest”.
The sheath of mammary nerves
Contact conflict. This is the inverse of separation conflict. “I don’t want to maintain this contact, it is very unpleasant, painful”. “I don’t want to be touched or caressed”. “I want to be separated”.
“I don’t want to be touched by my husband”. “I don’t want to be touched by…”.
I do not feel supported by (my husband, my mother, etc.): to be able to help, care for and nurture my child. “I must be very strong and I find myself alone”. “I can only count on myself”. “I don’t feel supported or sustained by my partner”.
Physical, emotional and spiritual health
Recommendations to regain physical, emotional and spiritual health you must stop behaving like a good girl, doing the right thing, playing the role of subordinate… and take the aggressiveness out to develop your individuality and find your way.
To give yourself selflessly once you have found and lived your own identity.
If you decide to breastfeed or help someone, do it with love and joy. If you don’t, don’t force yourself or give in to the demands of others. In no way do we come to earth to care for, protect and nurture all our loved ones.
Maternal love is also expressed by allowing the emancipation of children. You may need to perform the act of forgiveness towards your mother and yourself and become aware that it is you who must love and nurture yourself.
By Jose Manuel Romero Lopez