Psychology and Kidneys
Who would think that problems within your body are somehow related to some psychosomatic challenges? Especially the relation between Psychology and Kidneys have a deep connection with one another.
Our body uses different signals to make us aware of deep underlying issues of our soul. We tend to combat the symptoms as unpleasant phenomena, instead of thinking about their role as signals and about their backgrounds.
What is the kidney telling us about our psychological well being?
In Psychosomatic the kidneys stand for our mental willpower, the ability to love, our sexual desire, our tenderness, our passion, deep relaxation, restful sleep, regeneration, the inner peace, quiet rethinking, be truthful, also perceive the unconscious. When it comes to the kidneys, it is about relationship issues. All the organs in pairs refer back to interpersonal relationship stories.
The renal function and the psyche
The kidneys are involved in the regulation of blood pressure. Problems with blood pressure indicate a pressure situation in life. Here the individual is under a pressure, he believes to not being able to meet. The tension arises when you can not reconcile your own needs with the demands of family, partnership or in your professional life. The adrenal glands are responsible for the formation of red blood cells, which are responsible for resilience, vitality and assertiveness. A deficiency of this hormone leads to anemia, which stands out by fatigue and weakness. On the psychological level it indicates that a man cares more about his opponent than about himself. Thus especially the mentally weakest experience the cause of kidney disease.
What is your body telling you? – The Message
The soul is the transmitter, the body the recipient. A physical problem that occurs all of a sudden and acute, need not be the result of a long drawn-out illness itself, it can be a warning for us, an indication that we are doing something wrong.
Society pressurizes everyone of us. An image is created that we are trying so hard to achieve. If you look up to this perfect picture you can only fail. What is the role of a good husband and wife? The perfect ideal of a loving and patient parent? What is considered a successful career?
All those things we need to achieve in order to be someone can take great impact on our body. Often the realization comes far too late.
A possible link between the psyche and diseases has intrigued many studies throughout the medical field.
Nobody suffers randomly from a particular disease. Each dysfunction is a message that points to the close relationship between the state of mind and the body. What does your body tell you?