It is a deviation of the spinal column that is curved in the shape of an “S” or a “C”, very often located at the level of the dorsal column. It can affect from a newborn to an adult.
The person with scoliosis has been suffering a strong devaluation from a close person for a long time.
Most of the time, this lack of support and approval comes from your parents and, to a greater degree, from your father or the person who represents you.
“I can only lean on one of my parents. One pulls me up and the other pulls me down”.
It can also be about my brother or sister who spends their life annoying me or making me feel less. It is rare but it also happens that I am receiving the devaluation from collateral (cousin, friend, classmate, work colleague, neighbour, etc.)
It is a situation in which I feel inferior, different, weaker, less intelligent, less strong, less secure.
The spine is the pillar of being; it represents our strength, our support, so presenting a deviation in the spine means that someone from my immediate environment is gradually destroying my self-esteem and security.
This devaluation necessarily implies that I live in permanent fear of being judged, criticized and disqualified.
That I feel afraid to make decisions, that I live in fear, and that of course, I feel resentment or hatred towards that person who devalues me and I just want to get away from them.
“I don’t know how to make a decision”, “I always seem to do things worse than others”, “This person does not love me, he has never loved me, and he hates me”
Likewise, the cause may be due to a devaluation related to the movement; I have doubts about a movement that I must carry out. I don’t trust where I’m going or what I’m going to do or I have doubts about whether to do it or not.
In the same way, scoliosis warns me of an excess load, I am carrying something very heavy, real or symbolic, and also, I feel that this should not correspond to me. “I shouldn’t do this alone.”
It can also manifest itself in those children who realize that they have grown up and that they can no longer receive all the attention from their parents, such as when they were “younger”.
Above all, especially, if they have a younger brother and it is now this one who attracts all the affection of their parents. “They clearly prefer my brother or sister”
This weight is manifested by twisting the back, bending it sideways, preventing it from continuing to grow upwards and thus trying to be “shorter” and smaller. “I have no right to surpass the other”
Faced with this dynamic, the child is forced to overshadow in front of his brother or sister.
Scoliosis can also occur in adolescence: at this stage of life the adolescent is in search of an identity, he is no longer a child, but still lacks to be an adult, it is at this time that life and responsibilities that now he begins to face they are very heavy.
Due to this, he will adopt the tendency to compare himself with his siblings, cousins, friends, classmates, etc.
In these comparisons, he may have the impression that others are better than him, he will devalue himself and this will be expressed through scoliosis.
“My responsibilities scare me; I’m undecided in my orientation”
In girls, scoliosis can express an imaginary fear of being judged by men when they become a woman.
People with scoliosis have usually had to mature much earlier than a normal child. You have been charged with responsibilities that do not correspond to you at such a young age.
Therefore, unconsciously, they intuit that “on their shoulders” are burdens that do not belong to them. And deep down, they want to run away from them. “I transport loads that are not mine”, “I deserved more attention, love and care”
Scoliosis is only seen by “junk kids.” We need to pay attention to that fact, both in the Sense Project and in the transgenerational one.
They are children born to receive and repair all the “filth” of the family, its faults, its defects, its secrets.
From a very young age, they are ignored, not cared for or fed as they should be. These children are often born into families that lack a structure based on love.
It is necessary to observe the affected vertebrae and associate them with the corresponding ribs, to know if the conflict is with the father, the brothers or even the children.
If I am not aware of having experienced something similar to the aforementioned, I must resort to my genealogical tree and the Sense Project with which I was conceived.
I have to find out if while I was in my mother’s womb, she suffered the death of her father, mother or other father figure that made her feel unsupported, weak, unsupported and, as a consequence, I have been programmed to be her emotional support, which represents a heavy burden for me and that is why my spine deviates.
Or maybe, it could be that my mom suffered an accident in which she probably twisted her body, especially her back, to avoid the blow, so as not to be hurt.
In the same way, I have to find out if my mother experienced the pregnancy as a heavy burden.
When my mother is not aware of having lived through any of the experiences mentioned, then I have to resort to my family tree and I have to look if I have an affinity with an ancestor who had to bear a very heavy “burden” throughout his life, for example, having to bear all the responsibility on the family.
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