During the third embryonic stage -movement/valuation- the spinal column develops. The continuation of the foundation is the backbone. Since the master walls of the house serve as the backbone at the architectural level, it is the manifestation of the foundation of my house.
The Spinal Column according to Biodescodification — Emotional Conflicts
It will refer to my life, my thoughts, my actions, how I relate to others, how I communicate with them, etc. Our structure is that.
- Conflict: The personality is being devalued from its base. Worry about what I want to do.
- Resentment: “Who am I?” What will I do with the rest of my life? I wonder what will become of my life.
People who suffer from back problems often feel unsupported in life. They are often people who are under too much stress and pressure from their work. And they experience back pain as a result of this added stress.
Too much responsibility exposes a repressed aspiration for greatness or possibly an inferiority complex.
“Relationships with others” is the key phrase for back pain.
“The pillar of my family or the pillar of my clan” is the phrase used for dorsal. At the cervical level, “verbal communication” is spoken of.
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- Flexible life support is a likely factor.
- New mental model: I receive life support.
Possibly caused by carrying the weight of life. Despair and assistance. My full stature and freedom are represented in my new mental model. I adore and accept myself. Every day, my life gets better.
Chromotherapy for chronic back pain
The two hundred and fourteen bones of the body are connected in such a way that their ailments can affect the vagus sympathetic system, muscles, organs, glands and, naturally, the central nervous system.
This makes the back one of the most vulnerable areas of the body. Intense and prolonged treatment is necessary because toxins accumulate in the nerve endings and obstruct the electromagnetic forces that give us vitality.
Blue is a soothing color
Start treating the inflamed areas on the outer edge of the foot and along the base of the spine. From the bottom up and up to the thumb, we must work the entire area. Until the swelling disappears, massage the entire region around the thumb, which corresponds to the entire spine.
Do not forget the thumb when massaging the area around the toes, where they join the toes, for the neck and shoulders. Note that the shoulders correspond to the little fingers.
The neck region is located where the thumb and foot converge. If we have neck pain, we should press firmly on the whole area. The hip joint corresponds to the front of the ankle.
When we talk about back pain, we refer mainly to the spine.
The person for whom freedom is sacred and who fears losing his freedom of movement when others need his help is the person whose LOWER back or sacral region, hurts. This is often a person who fears for his life.
Fear of scarcity and economic insecurity is related to the pain that extends from the fifth lumbar to the eleventh dorsal (from the lower back to the waist).
Since the back supports the entire body, any back pain is a sign that the body does not feel adequately supported. The “having” region is connected to the lower back.
For example, having money, possessions, a spouse, a house, children, a respectable job, titles, etc. The presence of pain here indicates that the individual requires it to feel supported, but is afraid to acknowledge or admit it to others. She wants to do everything herself, so she carries everything on her back.
As her fear of scarcity manifests itself, especially on the material plane, which for her represents good support, she is very active in the physical realm. On the other hand, she finds it difficult to ask for help from others and when she finally does and is refused, she feels even more helpless and her back pain worsens.
Affective insecurity affects the person who experiences pain in the UPPER back, or from the tenth dorsal to the cervical (from the waist to the neck). This is the type of person for whom “doing” is crucial because it provides security. She feels loved when someone does something for her.
However, she demonstrates her love for others by taking care of them. Similarly, she may use the fact that her back hurts as a justification for not doing everything because she worries that if she does too much, they will no longer be able to take care of her.
She has high expectations of others and when those expectations are not met, she feels as if she is carrying a heavy burden. She finds it difficult to “meet” their demands, so when she does, she becomes paralyzed if the other does not comply.
The discomfort then increases. This discomfort can also affect someone who feels overly protective of her actions.
Instead of thinking that helping someone will make you lose your freedom if your lower back or sacral region hurts, you should be more aware of your limits, communicate them to the right person and act accordingly. Keep in mind that to reap help, you must first sow help.
Even if you have been taken advantage of in the past, your fear of experiencing it again prevents you from giving, which would allow you to receive more. Realize that your dependent effective part is the only one that believes that you cannot survive on your own if you fear for your survival. To succeed, you already have everything you need.
As for the discomfort in your lower back and waist, it has to do with realizing that it is okay to desire to “have” material possessions or a person to feel safe and supported.
Then you will be able to appreciate it more
Even if you deeply believe that it is wrong to have excessive materialistic desires, you should start by granting yourself the right to possess them so that you will eventually be able to feel secure without all those “possessions”.
I suggest you start demanding more instead of feeling that no one is looking out for you. But remember that you don’t have to get what you ask for just because you ask for it.
Some people may not understand your needs because they have less need to “have”. It will be easier for you to articulate those needs if you give yourself the right to have them.
You have to let go of the idea that you have to put other people’s needs before your own to relieve the pain in your upper back, from your waist to your neck. You will always be the type of person who enjoys helping others, but you have to modify your driving force.
If you want to do something for someone you care about, do it from your heart and make them happy. You are not obligated to meet everyone’s needs.
Accept the idea that others may not share your opinions or that they are not obligated to go out of their way to make you happy. Even if they don’t meet your expectations or do things for you, they may still love you.
Therefore, you must learn to ask, explaining what you need from them to feel loved. One day, when you have enough self-love, you won’t need to force anything but can let things unfold naturally.
With information from Monsalud Luque