LEUKEMIA, emotional and spiritual meaning

This disease derives its name from the Greek leuco (white) and heima (blood), which is equivalent to the white blood disease or, in other words, it means that there are excessive immature white blood cells in the blood.
Organ affected: The Bone Marrow (a place where blood is produced).
Leukemia, contrary to what is believed, is not a cancer; it is the healing phase of a bone (bone marrow) cancer that did not manifest itself.

Leukemia is the phase of resolution of a conflict of total and absolute devaluation that affects the very sense of existence. “Life no longer has meaning.”

This devaluation is usually related to the family since it is a problem that concerns the blood (blood-family ties, clan).
When someone has leukemia, they have necessarily lived or are inheriting (from the family, from the clan) an emotional conflict related to “not wanting to fight anymore” to achieve what for us represents love, happiness, what we have dreamed of.
It is the sign that we have given up to keep trying, waiting, longing, etc.
Acute leukaemia can affect men and women equally.
It can also appear in people of all ages, although it is more common for lymphoblastic leukaemia to be diagnosed more frequently among children and myeloblastic (monocytic) among adults and the elderly.

Lymphoblastic leukaemia: Conflict of global devaluation due to prohibition or a danger to grow.

It usually affects children because it is a global devaluation, experienced by an entire family and perhaps for generations, where they have lived with a permanent emotional conflict of prohibition to grow, to mature, to fly, to leave the nest.
Where several members have lived an atrocious fear of stopping being children due to circumstances that made them fear the future, the world, going out…
“I have courage in the event that I remain a child.” “I have no right to grow”, “I have no right to grow up in the family”, “I feel powerless to protect my mother”, “I don’t want to get older”, “I do not authorize me to defend myself”, “To stay alive, I do not respond, I do not defend myself”, “My family has been attacked, but I don’t say anything”

Monocytic leukaemia:It expresses an almost terrifying fear to defend ourselves or our own.

In general, they are life circumstances that put us in situations where only we can help, save, protect and we feel incapable. “I do not authorize me to defend myself.”
“To stay alive, I do not respond, I do not defend myself”
The person affected by leukaemia feels devalued and powerless in his intimate structure,
As if he had suffered the loss of his own identity, as a consequence of having suffered a bad and humiliating experience with someone.
(In young children the arrival of a brother for whom he feels displaced and separated from the love of his mother, a death, stress, the problems of adults that take away the desire to fight for life, etc.).
Has hit him with such force that it has affected the depths of his structure, his inner convictions and he feels frustrated and “helpless”
His desire for life has been affected and his attitude towards love has become suspicious and contemptuous. 

From that moment on he does not allow life to circulate within himself, it is like an abandonment of the struggle for life.

He has lost the joy and pleasure of living; as if a part of him had decided to “prevent” life. 
Live, for what?
Why live if I’m going to die?
Why love if they are going to cheat on me?
Why work if they are going to fire me? Why defend myself if they will attack me again?
Why fight if I’m going to lose?

In the case of older people, the precise devaluation conflict must be detected, so that what we have never said is expressed.

When it comes to children under 14 years of age, we will seek brutal devaluation in the mother.
It may be that she has suffered it during pregnancy or in the first years of the child’s life.
If the mother has not suffered any serious devaluation conflict, we will have to analyze our genealogical tree, to discover where this great devaluation conflict comes from.

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