A wart is a hard bump (benign tumor) on the skin.
They are variable in shape and size, often painless unless pressed, and are most often found on the hands or feet.
Warts mainly affect people who are too self-critical of themselves and, therefore, very sensitive to reproaches and any type of aggression.
Also to people who think they are unpleasant and unworthy of love.
What biological utility does a wart have, what is its role?
It is a small shield to protect us from an attack or aggression received in the part where it is located.
Specifically, when someone has disrespected us, when we have been attacked, hurt, criticized, disgraced, by a comment, an insult, an offense, a despicable observation, a mockery, that has been nailed like a spike; especially if they do it to us publicly, in front of our professional, family or friendly environment.
Warts on the hands, palm and back:
They usually appear when there is a conflictive relationship with the father or the paternal function and with work.
They reflect a lack of protection on the part of the father, especially at school, when he receives a complaint from the son from his teacher.
If it appears on the back of the hand, it may be related to an offense suffered in the school environment, especially if it has been accompanied by humiliating warnings. For example, if I judge myself or I am judged very severely in relation to my handwriting. “You have to write well”
The child is devalued since he cannot perform the requested exercises correctly.
Similarly, it may indicate a devaluation conflict in relation to the others. “I have done worse than my peers”
These warts usually appear between the ages of six and seven, the school period in which we learn to read and write and can affect the thumb or index finger or the back of the hand.
Likewise, a wart may appear on the hand after a conflict of “stain” linked to certain aspects of myself that I find ugly, detestable and I feel guilty.
“I have done something wrong”, “I have stolen and they have seen me”
If I feel ashamed of what I do or, well, if I want something but I don’t think I deserve it, I may get warts.
On the palm of the hand: the palm symbolically represents the father and will therefore reflect an ugly conflict with him. “My father has thrown me out on the street”
On the fingers of the hands: it is necessary to review the meaning of each finger.
Warts on the soles of the feet: they are symbolically related to our mother or to the maternal function (they can also refer to our roots, parents, grandparents, etc.) and they speak of a problem of union with our mother, with difficulties in communication, with disagreements and with the desire to be recognized by her.
It can tell me that I have suffered an ugly and dirty situation from my mother.
“My mother has thrown me out, on the street”
Likewise, you can express to me that I have experienced devaluation in sports terms; I can think that my feet are not as good as someone else’s.
Or, perhaps, it shows me my fear of the future and of changes.
Warts on the face: (image of me) can express a conflict of aesthetic devaluation, because I do not like my features, for example, my nose, or that I consider myself ugly.
On the lips: they reflect my fear that my parents will separate.
It also tells me that I have given or received a kiss or have said or been said a word that embarrasses me.
In the armpits: they warn me of a situation of separation with respect to those who I must protect under the wing, with a tone of affection, on the right side or danger on the left (for left-handers the other way around).
On the eyelids: they inform me of a devaluation compared to what I see.
“I do not see recognition for myself”
In the arms: they inform me of devaluation with respect to what I do with them.
“I am not good at my job or at the fulfillment of my duties”
On the neck: it indicates an aesthetic devaluation. “I’m getting older”
Other conflicts that can cause warts to appear:
If I have experienced a situation that has made me dirty in some way and I am very sorry because it comes from someone I care about.
For example, because of the unpleasant behavior of a family member that has made me feel embarrassed and dirty.
Likewise, it can manifest itself after a specific traumatic separation.
Another cause that can make a wart appear is having received a very strong attack on my dignity.
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
I must transform my hatred into love and stop thinking that I am ugly.
I renounce waiting for others to validate or recognize me and I assume my responsibility to recognize and love myself. I accept what I am, a being worthy of love.
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