An unforeseen event is called an accident, so it is normal that they are considered fortuitous events, the product of bad luck.
For me, however, an accident like a disease is one more means that our Inner Teacher uses to warn us of wrong behavior that harms us and of which we are not aware.
We do not look for accidents or illnesses consciously; but nevertheless, we are responsible for everything that happens to us.
Nobody comes into contact in life with something they have nothing to do with.
Although, in principle, this statement is unpleasant, not for that reason, it ceases to be true.
We must familiarize ourselves with the idea that the same person is an agent and a patient, at the same time.
The meaning of having an accident is to stop or change something “suddenly”, in a forced way.
We are not paying attention to a certain message from our unconscious and the accident is an abrupt, dry and concise warning.
It reveals a biological, personal or inherited program to us or prevents us from following the wrong path.
The place, the injury, the affected parts, the date, everything can be important.
In the event that there is any injury, we must add the sense of “contained anger against oneself.”
An accident can occur when a person feels guilty, accuses himself of something that he has thought or done.
The accident is like a self-punishment, unconscious, to neutralize guilt.
Sometimes we injure ourselves to claim the attention and affection of others. This attitude, in most cases, comes from childhood.
The child realizes that when he is sick or has an accident, everyone is watching over him; the mother loves him more, the father takes more care of him and somehow feels the center of attention.
This association can be maintained as an adult and unconsciously, we can cause accidents in moments of discouragement.
The fear of having to face certain responsibilities in life tends to play tricks on us; especially if we do not consider ourselves valuable people, because things do not turn out the way we would like, or we do not feel safe, because we are afraid of the results.
The issue of aggressiveness also has a lot to do with accidents. I am referring to uncontrolled aggressiveness, when it is this that dominates the person.
When the mind believes in violence, it is this that attracts itself.
In all cases of accidents, whether they are traffic, domestic, work, etc., the first thing we must look for is the message that it transmits to us to solve it in a conscious way and thus avoid the accident from being repeated more times and with the risk of greater danger for the individual.
It has been shown that people who have ever suffered an accident are prone to repeating it on more occasions, and this is because they have ignored the signal that warns them of the event and have continued with the same behavior.
Thus, in general, accidents are unconsciously caused and force people to make the change that they consciously refuse to make.
Traffic accident: Our vehicle is a representation of our body, and the other vehicle or vehicles, close bodies in our life.
They warn us of a devaluation conflict by having taken a wrong or contradictory direction.
We have to take into account the damage to the car and its symbols: the wheels are related to movement; the direction, with a direction to take; the front window, with a frontal view; the rear-view mirror, symbolizes the vision from behind.
For example, in the car as in life, one can “deviate from his path”, or “skip a rule”, a stop; or you may not have time to stop… and run over someone else.
It may be difficult for one to move forward in life, that we feel that we are not moving forward and someone else comes who “does not see where he is going” and attacks us from the rear, and so on.
Domestic or sports accident: They tell us that we are forcing ourselves to go in a certain direction.
We say, “I should not or cannot do this” but we do it or we continue to try anyway, out of “obligation”.
“I know I can’t do it, I’m not good enough, it’s impossible, but I have to keep trying” It is important that we analyze the meaning of the affected party.
Work accident: There is always a “fight” environment from which we must identify the conflict. It can be helpful to pay attention to psychosomatic language, such as: “burn your tongue”, “burn your fingers“, “stumble”, “slip”, “backhand”, “fall badly”, “put the tripped up”.
There are people who do not see the danger and play with fire and of course, they end up burning their hands.
There are those who rush into the future, stumble and they roll down.
And finally, there are accidents that force us to change our lives drastically, such as bone fractures, most of the time the product of extreme inflexibility.
The rigidity of the rules, or of the principles themselves, prevents us from adapting to life, we become stagnant and bones can break.
A fracture can also occur when we have thoughts of violence towards someone who represents authority for us, even though we are not aware of them.
As we cannot allow ourselves to carry out our aggressive attitude, the contained violence turns against ourselves.
In the end, the unconscious forces us to rest, to guide our life adapting to the present moment, to be more flexible and to establish the union between body, mind and spirit.
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