SYMBOLIC AND DECODING HEMORRHOIDS, THIS SUBJECT STILL TOO TABOO FOR SOME …
Hemorrhoids result from internal or external dilation of the veins around the rectum and anus. Nearly 30% of adults would be affected by this problem at least once during
Their lifetime. Their appearance would be favored by heredity and venous hypertension. As for constipation, it may be its cause, as a consequence. This joint and banal problem is, however, very often taboo like all that is linked to this “shameful” part of the body. Hemorrhoids can go unnoticed until the excessive dilation of the veins is such that it causes pain and bleeding.
This is the hypothesis that develops Gerard Athias who considers that the hemorrhoids express the perfect biological solution to the conflict of not being able to take its place in his “feminine.” This female part exists in each of us, including in men. This problem of health would therefore unconsciously raise the question: “How can I acquire this part of femininity (which I dare not perhaps assume) and which I want yet? ”
Underlying this is the question of how to position or how to find its place in territory or recognition within that area (= family, work, home, etc.). According to Claude Sabbah, another personality in the field of biological decoding, this can also translate inverse situations in which one wants to leave the house, (Real, imaginary, symbolic or virtual), it would indeed “ch …” (literally and figuratively). For a man, one could envisage a lack of “virility” preventing to go to the end of his dark desires: studies, work or to leave with the woman one loves (and that one has in the veins ). These would be obligations imposed on things or situations to be lived which do not suit us. Things or situations where you think you have no other choice, for example. Work or leave with the woman you love (and that you have in the veins).
In his book by Bernard Thon explains that in the animal world, hierarchization is established quickly and only. Everyone knows that dogs sniff his or her behind to recognize themselves and mark his or her territory by urinating or defecating, a kind of “card” visible to others of his race. Some animals, including the panda, have a gland near the anus. The latter manifests its identity and more particularly its social identity, that is to say, the place occupied by the individual in the group.
According to Robert Guinea, in humans, identification process is much more complicated and spread over time. Over the course of life, acquire, establish or maintain its place in all sectors (family, school, team, sports, the circle of friends, couple, in-laws, Professional environments …) is a long process resulting from a continual struggle. The harsh acquisition of these different identities makes the human being more fragile than the animal. The instinct of the animal is not influenced by sociocultural stereotypes or by the evil ego.
Thus, according to some, the meaning of these small “balls” around the anus would reflect the state or the feeling of the individual about one or more of his social identities. The person usually wants to assert his or her identity, but at times feels unable to do so, to others she no longer knows who she is (ass between two chairs), to others existential questions arise as to her place in Society or hesitate as to the decisions to take and which would enable it to assert its identity.
In modern language, “having the vein” means having luck. Would some of the veins be inflated in the hope of having more luck? Could the swelling at this location be related to other traditional expressions such as “having the c … lined with noodles” or “having c …”?
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Other authors suggest hemorrhoids (blocked desires) originally causes the following emotional attitudes:
- The person puts pressure to avoid talking or to show disturbing emotions (fears), feelings lived as a burden.
- To force oneself to do things that one does not wish to do, especially in the real field, such as exercising a trade unwillingly.
- From the anatomical point of view, the anus (and the hemorrhoids) is at the end of the large intestine: would the person be the type to force himself to finish things too demanding for him?
- Hemorrhoids could also translate a certain impatience, things do not go fast enough or do not realize according to our expectations, to get there, should we put “fire at the back”?
Some fears or dystrophic beliefs could also be generating hemorrhoids:
- Due to physical insecurity and difficulty making decisions to get something or someone, the person creates tension. This pressure increases in proportion to his mental attitude of uncertainty and the hemorrhoids are accentuated. To respond to this danger, the person forces himself to ” do” to “have.”
Generally speaking, we lack confidence in the Universe which ideally should supply all its children. We should rely more on our mother, Planet Earth. If we trust her, she answers present and takes care of us. Simple we accept this postulate, we would probably be more gentle and less demanding to ourselves. This is called the letting go. For this, we must learn to trust ourselves more and to dare to express our feelings. We are in a world where we are not granted the right to recognize real fears.
In less spiritual preoccupations, some therapists interpret internal hemorrhoids as an ongoing conflict of “dirty” ones to be eliminated, a conflict that was first of all difficult to “digest” and that by circulating (venous) To be removed. Without going so far as a real dramatic conflict, it can involve contradictions that one can not manage to evacuate and that one keeps within oneself. For example: not to forgive something to someone.
Some decoders consider that external hemorrhoids manifest the fact of having “the ass between two chairs” or not or no longer be oneself. What ultimately comes back to the same thing as not finding one’s place or identity.
If the hemorrhoids bleed, the symbolic meaning would be accompanied by a loss of joy or energy related to the embarrassing situation.
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