The pelvis is the bony structure that is in close connection with the uterus.
Therefore, pelvic problems are related to that organ.
It is related to reproduction and sexuality.
In 60% of cases there is the belief that
“I am not good at sex”.
In 20% of cases, there is a belief that “I cannot gestate, accept, receive, care for, protect a newborn”.
In 20% of cases, there is a belief that “my sexual life is out of the norm, where it goes to my life”
Conflict of sexual impairment.
Sexuality outside the norm: if at some point, we consider the sexual life as “something wrong”.
Whether because I consider myself a woman “and great for those things,” or if I feel as “unattractive” to my husband or partner.
It can also be, that my partner is younger and I feel somewhat outdated in the sexual plane.
Sexual competition: Another reason why I can present a problem in the pelvis, is the fact considered “sex” as a skills competition.
I always practice sex thinking if get to the orgasm, if it’s all the pleasure that I give to my partner if he/she will be satisfied, if I’m going to make him/her happy, etc.
I do not feel my shape, style, etc., having sex is good. Am I good?
Would I play there?
Did I say that? Do I move it?
Conflict of not being able to accommodate a child or another child successfully.
They may be related to the pelvis problems: infertility, abortions, difficult births, ineffective contractions, emergency caesarean, fetal death in uterus or at birth, etc
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