The breast is the symbol that represents femininity, motherhood and responsibility in the family.
The maternal role is based on feeding, protecting and educating the child and on her responsibility in the real nest (house, apartment, building) or symbolic (the warmth of the home, the family environment, family parties).
Consequently, most breast diseases are dominated by a feeling of general concern in the nest, involving all the inhabitants of the nest (children, parents, grandparents, uncles, cousins, family, friends, animals domestic) and in particular, most of the time, the son or the husband, real or symbolic.
Having a problem in one breast, in both men and women, is related to a feeling of insecurity about nourishing well or protecting those that one breastfeeds.
Among the most important sources of conflict that can cause “nest drama” are:
Among the most important sources of conflict that can cause “drama in the nest” are:
Situations that can affect your child: there may be great suffering after an accident, illness, death, bad company that causes us concern, not hearing from you, misunderstanding, loss of job, etc.
As for her relationship with her husband or partner, the woman may be very worried as a result of depression, alcoholism, absence, unemployment, illness, accident, death, etc.
Other issues that can also cause you great regret regarding the nest, maybe those derived from a separation, divorce, violence, financial problems that make it difficult to make a good living in the family, feeling threatened or in danger, lack of contact and/or protection, etc.
Which breast is affected? Why is the left breast affected and not the right or both?
The affectation of one breast or the other depends on whether the drama experienced corresponds to a conflict of a “strict” nest or of an “extended” nest.
In the first case, it concerns a problem exclusively with the child, be it real or symbolic (the spouse, if he is considered a son or another person, animal or thing that considers him and takes care of him as a son).
For example: “Mother / child conflict”.
In the second case, the conflict may be related to other members of the nest. f
Example: the husband, partner, lover, parents, grandparents, uncles, cousins, friends, etc.
How can we determine if it is a “strict nest” or “extended nest” conflict?
To know this precisely, we must base ourselves on the biological laterality (right or left) of the affected person.
For the biological right hand, the condition of the left breast corresponds to the strict nest and the condition of the right breast corresponds to the enlarged nest.
For the biological left-hander, the right breast condition concerns a strict nest conflict and the left breast condition concerns the enlarged nest.
It is very important to know the location of the condition within the four quadrants of the breast.
Where is the problem located?
If we divide the breast into four parts with two lines that pass through the nipple, one horizontal and the other vertical, we would establish the upper external and internal quadrant and below the lower internal and external quadrant.
The upper part represents what I can give, what I give to another, what I take care of the other.
The lower part symbolizes what I need from the other.
The outer part represents the conflicts I have with other people.
The inner part personalizes the conflicts that I have to take care of myself.
“I am the one who needs my mother.”
The nipple means: “I am totally focused on myself”
Most breast conditions are located in the upper outer quadrant (CSE), near the armpit.
What tissue does it affect?
Depending on the tissues present in the breast, five different conflicts can occur:
Milk ducts: They are the fine channels attached to the mammary glands that transport milk to the nipple.
Pathologies: intraductal cancer, microcalcifications or epithelioma.
Intraductal: Emotional conflict of loss, separation and/or lack of protection.
The difference with respect to adenocarcinoma is that what the woman has separated has been because it has been “torn away, stolen” and she will not be able to take care of it, breastfeed, protect, love, etc.
It is not that the other person dies, leaves or has abandoned her, what she really feels is that what she was very close to, attached to, has been taken from her by a third party, she thinks that the separation has been caused by someone or something.
“That woman stole my husband from me”
“My mother-in-law separated me from my husband”,
“Life took my father from me”,
“That judge took my son from me”
Relationship problems in the nest: Conflict of separation, not sexual, but with maternal ties.
Fear of not being able to protect our son. It reflects a great desire to reunite the family because it is broken or fear that the family will separate.
The woman may feel a lack of protection, contact, caresses, exchanges and security from my loved ones and my own.
Lack of communication with the relatives that we want to keep or have “under our wing” or “on our bosom”
Or also wanting to separate from someone and not being able to.
In right-handed women:
Right breast: Conflict of separation in horizontal relationships, such as: “my husband is leaving”,
“That woman has taken my husband from me”
In the same way, it can indicate the desire to be separated, to no longer be in contact with my partner, to stop giving him or her affectionate food (milk).
“I feel alone”.
My husband does not help me, he does not support me, he is cold, he does not speak, I do not receive caresses or attention.
Left breast: Drama in the nest (house, apartment, work).
Problem related to the “strict” nest.
It can refer to a situation of separation from your child, both in a real and figurative sense.
“My son is leaving”
In left-handed women:
Left breast: Conflict of not being able to protect a partner who is very dependent.
Right breast: Conflict in relation to the protection that I carry out on the family. I can’t protect the family or I don’t want to protect the family (but I must).
Ductal Cancer: Nest and Separation Conflict.
In right-handed woman:
Left breast: Immature child, infantile father, infantile lover, infantile husband.
Right breast: Older son, bossy mother, mature husband or lover.
Epithelioma: Conflict of separation in the nest.
The dermis: Conflict of stain, dirt. I have felt attacked in my morality as a woman. The most frequent tumor as a consequence of this drama is melanoma.
Conflict of being disfigured (bad breast, ugly scar).
It can also manifest itself by living a drama in the nest (house, apartment) due to dirt, disorganization, theft, etc.
“They have dirty my nest”
Sheath of the nerves: I am living a difficult situation to be in contact with someone that I detest. It is the reverse of the separation conflict.
“I do not want to maintain this contact; it is very unpleasant, painful” “I don’t want to be touched, caressed”
“I want to be separated”
Fibroadenoma: Fibroids in the breasts almost always appear when the woman already had her life plan with a man, and this plan is destroyed by a deception, a lie, an abandonment and, as a consequence, the woman is left “alone with His plans”
Neurinoma: “I don’t want to be touched by my husband.” “I don’t want to be touched by…”
Bra fabric: I do not feel supported, supported by (my husband, my mother, etc.): to be able to help, take care of, nurture my son.
“I must be very strong and I am alone”, “I can only count on myself”, “I don’t feel supported or supported by my partner”
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