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    The book about. " The symbolism of diseases of Roland Arnold exercising the profession of Osteopath and author of this book published in 2010, I had found him by chance in a garage sale. I will give you an extract to give you an idea of ​​the content


    An extract from the book:

    Headache, headache, migraine

    Word for ailments:
    These pains reflect without fail the false thoughts and the error that there is in not knowing how to think otherwise. The analysis of what happened at the start of the pain always yields meaning. In addition, the side where the pain is felt gives a major indication. The right side is always in relation with the masculine, the father, the son. The left side is always in relation with the feminine, the mother, the daughter. The brain has no sensory innervation. It is the envelopes that surround it that are sensitive to pain and they are extremely reactive to internal tensions.

    Thinking to heal:
    What if we used these pains as material to understand and move towards a new position freed from external constraints? Pain is a wake-up call to stop idle thoughts. It invites us to look elsewhere, otherwise, differently. When the "thinker" is on alert, the solution is in the way of thinking, without tension, at peace, without rivalries or rivals, in harmony with the deep being. When the dark reasons come to the light of understanding, these ailments disappear like the pains of childbirth when the child is born.

    In fact it is important to listen to the signs that the body is sending us back, because there is always a deep meaning of our physical ailments, when we become aware of it, of these dysfunctions, the disease takes on a whole new meaning in our lives. . Illness is a karmic disorder, we all have our symptoms related to the house in our chart of the sky and the aspects that the master will do. Then there are the accidents of life.

    I share with you another extract and this time on the Blues

    Word for ailments:

    Bumping, hitting obstacles - events - leads to the coloring of the skin in blue color. The skin expresses the mode of the relation with the outside and if the environment is aggressive towards the subject, it is because he himself is aggressive. The real enemy of man is himself, and he reflects on the outside what he is on the inside. If he needs to hurt himself unconsciously, why does he accuse what is doing him violence? Once again? there are evils where words are insufficient or ineffective!

    Thinking to heal:
    Realize that it is we who live in rivalry with people and objects! The deep questioning can lead to non-violence and that is not dangerous. Whoever loves himself a little is capable of loving others and the objects that surround him a little. It is sometimes useful to make bruises, to be able one day to see life in pink.

    We could say that nothing is the result of chance and that each cause is produced by a previous effect and it is the nature of this effect which will produce the nature of the cause whose reason will have these origins in our thoughts.

    Teeth

    Word for ailments
    Chewing, grasping the foods that allow life is to combine life itself, to "eat life to the fullest!" But "showing your teeth" translates the aggressive character.

    There is more: teeth form the bulwark of speech. They should be crowned with serious problems. And all this takes place in the palate where the canines (female canine) are guardians of the mouth.

    The bad state of the teeth marks a certain degree of inculture, most often accompanied by a little evolved language. Teeth are a business card showing off the life we ​​lead. The difficult extraction of impacted wisdom teeth tells us that wisdom is not easy to acquire.

    Thinking to heal
    Fortunately, it is possible to implant false teeth after "breaking your teeth on a bone", that is to say after the vicissitudes of life.

    Losing your teeth is frustrating, even castrating, and feels like personal bankruptcy. Healthy or holy well-furnished jawbone attests to self-confident strength.

    Whether false or true for that matter! Thanks to dentistry, but to appear is not to be.

    I would add in addition to the thought of the author, that if you are offered to pull out one or more teeth, simply by wanting to put in the place of healthy teeth, a "tooth on pivot", refused the invitation of the dentist , the real tooth has more reason to exist than a false one which will not replace the one which will have been removed from you for the simple intention of profit. Because each tooth is in relation to a part of your body and the original tooth will protect you more from the disease than a false tooth which will not have a placebo effect !

    Phobia

    Word for ailments
    This distressing fear experienced in the face of an object or a situation which does not present a really dangerous character is very frequent. You could even say that we are all victims of phobia. The anxiety always disappears with the disappearance of the "phobogenic" object. The phobic person recognizes the absurdity of his fear, but cannot overcome it.

    It is a purely unconscious manifestation, always in relation with the history and the lived experience of the subject and in any case stronger than him. Even the subject's reasoning faculty remains powerless, nothing can be done about it. The phobia is an excellent revealer of what is happening in the psychic field and it is desirable to become aware of it. In fact, the phobia is somewhere a safety valve to express the ancestral fear of death and thus obscures much deeper problems.

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    The symptom or the object of the phobia is not very important; above all, it reveals the great fear of human beings, the fear of death. The end of man cannot be passed without the discovery of the spiritual notion.

    In all traditions, access to divine wisdom eliminates fears and places man in his right position which is conditioned by his death. Life has a price only through death which rules it.

    It is recognized that the subject victim of a phobic neurosis betrays a particular personality, with a tendency to avoidance and shyness, whose emotionality is hyperactive or who launches into an excessive activism as in a "headlong rush"

    The incomplete is the seed of the discovery of the accomplished.

    Another author's book: The Temple of the Soul ( The Divine Word of the Human Body) This book was first published in 1998 and received the Philosophies and Traditions Award: 1999 Golden Pelican.


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    A very good another book is "Le grand dictionnaire des malaises et maladies" by Jacques Martel. You can find it here: https://1lib.eu/book/5405366/5e3894. Fortunatelly for you is in french.

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    Quote Posted by toppy (here)
    A very good another book is "Le grand dictionnaire des malaises et maladies" by Jacques Martel. You can find it here: https://1lib.eu/book/5405366/5e3894. Fortunatelly for you is in french.
    https://kupdf.net/search/Jacques+Martel
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    A very good another book is "Le grand dictionnaire des malaises et maladies" by Jacques Martel.
    Yes I know this book but I don't have it in my library, I have one by Lise Bourbeau Qui es-tu and Louise L Hay Agree with your body, two Canadian authors




    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lise_Bourbeau




    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louise_Hay

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