It is a movement of sudden expulsion of air from the lungs due to some discomfort in the throat.
The definition refers to that cough for no apparent reason that occurs in some moments of the day to day or chronically.
The cough serves to reject something that we have inside us (airways and lungs, our territory), an intruder that we must expel.
Dry or irritating cough is a violent reaction of irritation and rejection towards a person or a situation that has made us uncomfortable, that has bothered us,
Perhaps, we have felt attacked but we have not said anything, it has stayed inside us, we have not expressed it:
These are situations, such as: an intruder who breaks into our space, an unexpected visit, an order that we have been given, something that we are reluctant to do.
Or for being in a place that we cannot stand, lack of space, cigarette smoke, being with people who make us uncomfortable, etc.
And we have to bear in mind that these conflicts will always be related to our territory (home, work, etc.) and will have to do with someone with whom we live on a daily basis and, therefore, we must look for conflictive stories in which they may be involved. our boss, partner, father, son, friends, coworker, etc.
“What you say or do bother me makes me uncomfortable, but I don’t say anything because you are offended.
I don’t want to hurt you “,
“I see or hear something that irritates me”,
“What you say hurts me, but I don’t tell you”, “I can’t stand that do such a thing “,” I cannot stand such a person “,
” I do not accept what such a person does, says or thinks, but I restrain myself from giving my opinion, but I feel that I should have said it”
Coughing also warns us that we have difficulty admitting, understanding and accepting the opinions of others:
“What will they say?”, “I am afraid of what others say about what I think, so I better not say anything”, “What they have told me has made me feel foolish”, “That person devalues me and I bark at him, I cough to drive him away”, “No, I responded as I should, I did not defend myself “
Most of the time it is related to something that we have said or that we have been told and that “has enraged us”, since we are very irritable and very critical of ourselves and others.
It also shows me that I feel separated from myself because I do not defend myself from enemies who want to take over my territory or me. “I’m not happy with my life, but I don’t say anything, I don’t tell anyone”
When the cough is chronic, it wants to indicate to us that there are times that we do express what we feel, but that we fall back into the same situation (retain what we think and feel) over and over again.
“I have no right to express myself forcefully”
The wet or productive cough manifests itself in external situations that in addition to bothering us make us sad, someone who criticized us, someone who hurt us, who offended us, something that we could not solve, etc.
It is the sign that the perpetrators of the aggression have been imprisoned within us. Or that we have accumulated many things, many critical or negative thoughts that we have not been able to say. We spit to expel what is attacking us, despair, and inner anguish, due to difficulty in expressing it. “The other is inside me”
The persistent coughing crisis is actually a desire to bark at the world, a desire to be heard and taken into account or for others to shut up. It’s our way of saying, “Hey, I deserve respect and attention, I’m here and I’m able to think and decide for myself”
Whooping cough or compulsive cough: it warns me about a situation of permanent dispute with my father related to my limits of territory and his.
Laryngeal cough: it gives us fear and inability to take over our territory.
Like the old dog that doesn’t have the strength to defend its territory from an invasion.
“Dog cough”, “I don’t want to hear about it”
In an active conflict phase, coughing occurs only during the day and tells us that we have not yet expressed what we feel, that is, we still live with that person to whom we have not told what we would have wanted to say.
If the cough appears during the day, but I also usually cough at night, it tells us that the conflict has been resolved and we are repairing, that is, we have already been able to say what we did not dare to express.
If we are not currently experiencing an emotional conflict, such as those mentioned, we have to look in the family tree to see if we are the double of an ancestor who has suffered from lung problems due to having been in contact with dangerous chemical substances or has worked in a mine, etc.
In general, we have to look for histories of deaths due to suffocation or deaths due to respiratory problems.
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
I must learn to express myself freely and always do it from the heart.
When the cough appears, I must stop for a moment and become aware of what I was thinking before coughing.
Was I criticizing myself?
Who or what circumstances make me criticize myself? I have to learn to be tolerant of myself.
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