MUSCLE, emotional and spiritual meaning

They correspond to mental energy, reflect hidden mental patterns.
Muscles represent the motor (they allow us to move), motivation, desire, and physical will, and strength, energy of accomplishment, mobility and flexibility.
Muscles transform energy into action. 

Muscle problems are directly related to mental conflicts, to our conduct and our behavior patterns.

They tell us about our adaptation or not, to the outside world, about our resistance or acceptance of new experiences.
They also express our ability or difficulty to act, carry, bear, advance, concretize, to release our creative energy, to resist, staying on our feet, to move and transform ourselves, according to our ideas and interpretations.
Muscles make movement possible, so any muscle problem indicates a lack of motivation and above all an unwillingness to go where the person wants.
When we are presented with a problem, it necessarily means that we are experiencing a conflict of devaluation with respect to our impotence to carry out some physical activity.
In the same way, they can refer to the fact that we are experiencing a situation of disagreement related to the movement. For example, when we do something against our will or, perhaps, that we do something, but we think that it is not going to work or that we are not going to obtain any positive results.
Devaluation conflict linked to effort, ability and performance.

Red muscles (voluntary): when problems arise, they mean that we are experiencing a devaluation related to impotence with respect to my competencies and physical abilities:

“I am not able to fight, defend myself, run, etc.”
To know exactly the origin of the devaluation, it is necessary to take into account which muscle is involved, where it is located and what it is used for.
Calf: Back of the leg formed by the calf muscles and the soleus.
The calf muscles perform the function of giving momentum in a jump or at the beginning of a movement or displacement.
Conflict situation related to an impulse that we want to give but, either we want to go too fast or we do not have confidence. “I would like to reach it now; I want to finish as soon as possible”
Twins: it is called in this way because it is separated into two halves.
Its mission is to cause plantar flexion of the foot and leg. Its importance lies in being the main engine in the propulsion at the beginning of the march.

When we have problems, they tell us that we are experiencing a conflict of impotence related to the actions of the collaterals (brothers, partner, cousins, etc.).

In most cases, the impotence of the conflicts associated with the twin is related to doubts regarding a decision that we have to make under pressure, between diametrically opposed options, in which collaterals are often involved.
Likewise, it speaks to us of a conflict of impotence related to undertaking new missions, new challenges, in which we need an initial impulse.
Hamstrings: Muscles of the thighs that attach to the pelvis, tibia, fibula, and the femur.
They are very important for knee flexion and hip extension.
They are the muscles responsible for the movement to climb stairs, get up, etc.

Any problem in this muscle indicates that we are experiencing a devaluation conflict due to impotence in the face of a sporting challenge.

“I feel powerless to achieve the goals I have set for myself”, “I will not be able to overcome that situation”, “I will never get this mark”
They can also be affected when we are immersed in a competition that demands great stress from us and, suddenly, we lose the advantage we had.
As they are related to the pelvis and femur, it can also mean: “I confront or oppose the father of the woman with whom I had relations.”
Skeletal Muscle: voluntary muscles that provide mobility to the skeleton and the body.

It tells us about a situation of devaluation due to impotence with respect to a movement that I must carry out.

For example, to avoid a fight: “Why build more muscle or keep it if I am sure I lose the fight?”
If it affects the legs: it indicates that we have difficulties in being able to escape.
In the arms: it tells us that we feel devalued for not being able to push, repel or grab or hug something.
Adductors: they are related to the ability to attract or retain something or someone.
Biceps: have to do with the ability to attract or lift something.
Abdominal muscles: Muscles located in the abdomen.

I am living a situation of powerlessness regarding projects that I am creating or carrying out, regarding myself or those closest to me.

Straight abdominal: State of helplessness in relation to a dominant parent (real or symbolic), in terms of righteousness.
Perhaps it can also reflect a feeling of helplessness in the face of a sexual gesture that devalues ​​me.
Transverse abdominal: It refers to an environment of devaluation and impotence due to a theme of infidelity or sexual abnormality, in relation to the partner and/or children. Who prevents me from going beyond…?
Myasthenia: It is a chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease that presents muscle weakness in the voluntary muscles.
The person has become convinced that immobility is more profitable than mobility.
It transmits us a great impotence in the face of action, like surrender to life.

Cancer: The tumor is the consequence of a deep devaluation conflict in relation to the lack of potency.

“I have to be stronger”
Do we have any impediment, external or internal, that makes it impossible for us to act?
Do we want to go too fast on an issue or are we using too much force?
In what area of ​​our life are we experiencing tension or are we pushing ourselves excessively?
Are we too nervous and impatient? Are we afraid of reaching the goal?
Maybe we want to start very fast without prior preparation?

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