Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid gland and is characterized by inflammation of the thyroid gland. This condition is a common cause of primary subclinical hypothyroidism which can manifest with symptoms such as fatigue, dry skin, weight gain and swelling in the throat.
Hashimoto’s Disease (Thyroiditis) According to Biodecoding — Emotional Conflicts
From the point of view of Biodecoding, autoimmune hypothyroidism, such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is considered to be associated with the Fourth Embryonic Stage: The Relationship. This stage refers to the formation of relationships with the environment and with the people around us.
In the specific case of autoimmune hypothyroidism, it is associated with the stress phase of the conflict of impotence in which the person experiences a feeling of helplessness and frustration in relation to their ability to face certain situations or challenges in their life.
People with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis may have the resentment of “being born in conditions that are too fast, in a hurry” which may be related to a feeling that time is moving too fast and the need for time to slow down in order to fully exist.
This resentment may be influenced by experiences early in life where you have felt a lack of control or a feeling that you are constantly running out of time.
Emotional conflicts underlying Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
There may also be underlying emotional conflicts that contribute to the development and manifestation of Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. In this sense, three possible conflicts associated with this disease are identified.
The first conflict is related to personal evolution and the fear of growing
The person may experience an internal conflict between the desire to grow and develop and the fear of facing the challenges and responsibilities associated with the maturation process. It generates a sense of stagnation or of not wanting to take on new stages in life.
The second conflict is linked to the notion of brakes
You may experience a desire to evolve and move forward in your life but you feel limited by the presence of someone close to you, such as a husband or partner, who doesn’t share that same will for change.
This situation can generate a sense of frustration and internal conflict between the desire to progress and loyalty to that person.
The third conflict relates to the constant expectation of something
People with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis may find themselves in a position of caregivers or responsible for others and are always waiting for certain circumstances or responsibilities to disappear in order to be free. This state of perpetual waiting can lead to a sense of exhaustion and emotional exhaustion.
Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Biodecoding: Discovering the Relationship Between Time, Emotions and Health
It is important to note that Biodecoding is not intended to replace medical diagnosis and treatment but rather provides a complementary perspective that considers the relationship between emotions and diseases.
By exploring the possible emotional conflicts and resentments associated with autoimmune hypothyroidism, such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, we seek to understand how these experiences may influence the manifestation of the disease.
It is essential to remember that the thyroid and the diseases associated with it are linked to time and to our emotions related to the way we live time. The perception of time can be influenced by internal conflicts such as helplessness and constant waiting.
These emotional conflicts can trigger physical responses in the body, such as inflammation of the thyroid gland which characterizes Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
It is suggested that the perception of time and the resentments associated with the rhythm of life may influence the development and manifestation of this disease. By exploring these connections, we can gain a deeper understanding of our health and well-being and seek ways to address underlying emotional challenges to promote a more balanced and fulfilling life.