Interpreting Nausea: A Biodecoding Perspective

Interpreting Nausea: A Biodecoding Perspective,

Nausea serves as a vivid marker of internal discomfort, whether due to unresolved conflicts, deep-seated fears, or the challenges of embracing new life stages, such as pregnancy. Through biodecoding, an alternative interpretation of nausea is proposed, viewing it as an avenue for personal growth and the cultivation of self-compassion.

Nausea: Bodily Messages and Emotional Healing

Emotional Conflicts and Nausea

Nausea is the body’s warning signal, hinting at the potential for vomiting, often described as the urge to vomit or dizziness. This discomfort is primarily felt in the throat, accompanied by a distinct aversion to food intake.

Individuals experiencing nausea frequently feel endangered by the presence of a specific person or situation. Discontent arises from unmet expectations or a strong revulsion towards someone or something is manifested. It’s common for certain people or scenarios to induce disgust.

Within the context of pregnancy, it’s not unusual for women to encounter nausea as an expression of difficulty in accepting the changes this new phase will bring to their future. Aversion may be directed towards weight gain, changes in body shape due to pregnancy, fears of losing independence, lack of partner support, among other similar anxieties.

Interpretation of Nausea

Nausea sends a clear message: it is imperative to shift one’s perception of current life events. Rather than preparing to repudiate or reject someone or something out of aversion, it is crucial to examine what is truly generating fear regarding that person or event.

The situation might be exaggerated, or there might not be full awareness of the range of possibilities and one’s capacity to confront it.


In the face of the sensation that everything is spinning, it’s preferable to opt for spinning in a state of joy. Nausea, manifesting with the impulse to vomit and a general malaise, unveils a deep discontent and rejection towards a person, idea, situation, or even an emotion. This sentiment can translate into rebellion, anger, fear, frustration, or misunderstanding.

When this rejection reaches a critical point, it can trigger vomiting as a physical expression of said rejection.

It’s crucial to recognize that some aspect of reality or self that needs to be expressed has been assimilated. If not verbalized, this need will manifest through nausea.

Specifically during the early months of pregnancy, nausea often serves as a call to accept the changes the arrival of the baby will bring. It’s time to seek serenity, accept to process the emotions and conflicts this event unleashes in everyday life.

Motion Sickness: The Traveler’s Dilemma

Motion sickness, widely known as travel sickness, frequently occurs when traveling by car, bus, airplane, boat or train.

This condition is characterized by symptoms such as pallor, cold sweats, and vomiting, which are often preceded by nausea. Additional symptoms include lethargy and headaches. In many instances, motion sickness masks a profound fear of death, whether one’s own or that of loved ones.

This fear becomes more acute in individuals who strive to maintain control over everything, thereby avoiding feeling trapped in new situations from which they believe they cannot escape.

Such individuals deprive themselves of enjoying the present moment and the joys it offers. If you regularly experience discomfort in the aforementioned modes of transport, it is your body’s signal for you to stop trying to control everything and allow yourself to externalize your fears.

This discomfort rarely occurs when the person is alone, prompting reflection on trust in others and their abilities to provide solutions.

Explore Trust in Others and the Universe

Your body is signaling the need to learn to relax, to trust in others and the Universe. Those who place their trust in the universe are often well cared for.

Feeling of Insecurity and Bewilderment

This situation disrupts established routines, generating a sense of loss of control over life’s events.

Fear of the Unknown

It is crucial to develop trust in the future and to be open to new experiences, understanding that these will contribute to your personal growth.

The Sensation of Dizziness

Dizziness represents a lack of control over events, being swept away by life, and the fear of losing everything.

Living without “having one’s feet on the ground” produces an insecurity that is magnified by anxiety about the future and the unknown, often manifesting as nausea. It is important to introspect on what is difficult to “digest” or what one wishes to expel but has not yet accepted.

The discomfort in modes of transport is frequently linked to the fear (conscious or unconscious) of death, highlighting the importance of confronting and demystifying these fears.

Interpretation and Healing of Vomiting

Vomiting represents the involuntary and forceful expulsion of gastric content through the mouth.

When vomiting arises as a response to perceiving another individual as unworthy or repulsive, it’s critical to embark on a journey toward acceptance and forgiveness. It’s important to note that accepting someone does not mean agreeing with them or conceding their point; rather, it’s about recognizing and observing with compassion.

The Path to Forgiveness

It’s essential to remember that healing begins the moment one grants oneself forgiveness.

This process not only transforms our self-love but also has a profound impact on the heart and blood circulation of the physical body.

Blood revitalized by rediscovered love acts as an elixir, coursing through the organism and reinstating cellular harmony. Though it may seem incredible at an intellectual level, what is there to lose by trying?

The stages of authentic forgiveness, experienced by countless individuals with remarkable results, are as follows:

Identification of Emotions

It’s common to experience multiple emotions simultaneously. Acknowledge both the self-accusations and those directed towards others, and how these affect you emotionally.

Acceptance of Responsibility

Being responsible involves recognizing the ability to choose between responding with love or with fear. Reflect on your fears, including the fear of being judged for having them.

Empathy and Release

To achieve release and acceptance of the other, it’s helpful to put yourself in their place and understand their motivations. Recognize that the others likely blame themselves and you for the same things you blame them for, sharing the same fears.


This step is crucial within the forgiveness process. It involves permitting yourself to have felt and to continue feeling fear, as well as to possess beliefs, weaknesses, and limitations that cause you suffering and condition your actions. Accept yourself as you are in the present, aware that it is a temporary condition.

Moving Towards Forgiveness

Cultivate the Desire to Forgive

As a preparation for the sixth step, visualize yourself alongside the person in question, at the moment of asking for their forgiveness for having criticized, judged, or condemned them. You will be ready for this step when the idea of sharing your experience with that person fills you with joy and a sense of liberation.

Meeting with the Person

Approach the involved person to express your experience and ask for their forgiveness for the accusations or judgments made and for any resentment held. Reveal that you have forgiven them only if they ask.

Connection with an Authority Figure

Recall a past incident with someone who represented an authority for you (a parent, grandparent, teacher, etc.), preferably of the same gender as the person you have just forgiven.

Repeat the previous steps (identifying your emotions, assuming your responsibility, forgiving yourself) with this authority figure. When the emerging feeling is directed towards you, reapply the steps, focusing on the connection and reconciliation both with that authority figure and with yourself.