Diabetes is a disease that consists of the inability of the body to take advantage of ingested glucose (sugar), which causes it to remain in the blood in higher than normal amounts.
In the long run, having a high glucose level in the blood can lead to complications that damage different parts of our body, mainly the kidneys, eyes, nerves in the extremities, the heart and blood vessels.
Diabetes consists, therefore, in the elevation of the amount of glucose in the blood and occurs because the secretion of insulin, which is a hormone, produced by the pancreas, and which is responsible for to absorb the glucose that is in the blood and introduce it into the cells; in turn they use it as a source of energy.
If there is no insulin, the glucose cannot enter the cells and remains in the bloodstream, being later eliminated in the urine.
Excess sugar in the blood causes excess sugar in the urine, which leads to a feeling of internal bitterness as soon as that sweetness is removed.
Symbolically sugar represents sweetness, gift, kindness, proof of love and appreciation, it has a maternal bond.
The excessive presence of sugar in the blood indicates that we have difficulty managing, living or obtaining sweetness in our life.
It warns us of an emotional conflict of resistance and of disgust or revulsion.
If I have diabetes, I have necessarily lived or am living, an emotional conflict in which I feel that I have not received, do not receive, or stopped receiving, the sweetness and affection that I deserve.
It may be that my home has been broken by the divorce of my parents or the death of one of them.
Maybe it could be because I have been abandoned, betrayed or deceived or that I have experienced violence or abuse by anyone.
Perhaps because I grew up alone, without a family or was raised by others who were not my parents, etc.
“My family does not love me”, “I suffered a lot as a child, my childhood was very sad”,
“My partner doesn’t love me, they constantly humiliate me”, “My parents don’t hug me”
It is a situation that I do not like, I do not accept, I do not want, to which I resist.
“I do not receive the sweetness that I deserve”
The person does not stop resisting. He refuses to accept his suffering, his pain, he refuses to accept that he needs love and sweetness, he refuses to receive affection, but above all, what he resists is to express all these needs openly, just as he also refuses to say everything that you dislike, that annoys you or dislike about the people in your family environment.
The reason, unconscious, for keeping all these things silent is to avoid a separation, as it already happened in his childhood.
Diabetes can also occur in the face of an emotional conflict in which the person faces a danger that comes towards him, in a position of resistance, defending himself, but ineffectively.
Fear of something happening to me that I wish I could resist; to surgery”; to have an abortion or to feel compelled to do something horrible against my will.” Perhaps, fear that my partner will ask me for a divorce; to have a serious illness or to be harmed.
Diabetes can also develop after a strong separation conflict, in which someone feels that he has been excluded from the family.
“I resist the separation and the rejection they do to me, it is unfair”,
“I feel emotionally excluded, separated from home (work, family, etc.)”,
“It is unfair, I am on the outside and the sweetness is on the inside, in the house”, “It is disgusting what they have done to me, the others stay at home”, “My partner no longer loves me, but I am reluctant to leave her”, “They excluded me from the inheritance”
It also indicates to me that I am experiencing an active conflict of resistance to authority abusing me or doing disgusting things.
Insulin is the key that opens the cell for sugar to penetrate. Symbolically it represents authority. An insulin dependent person is a person who is dependent on authority.
It is a sensation of feeling in constant confrontation against something or someone whom the person considers “superior” (to endure or endure a situation or a person for a long time) and of preparation for combat.
The person is frequently in danger and therefore has to be ready for combat, as well as for flight, having the sugar ready in the blood to be used by the muscles when some of these two options are given.
“I must resist because there is a danger.”, “I resist acting.” “I’m afraid of taking action.”
“I think about everything so much that in the end I don’t do anything”
The patient is ready for action, but does not proceed to perform the act. Probably because there are family stories of confrontations, fights, fights and, as a consequence, there have been separations between the members of the clan. Therefore, although he is ready for the fight (excess sugar) he does not carry it out, to prevent separations from occurring.
There is a certain notion of muscular or psychic impotence there is a confrontation with an authority (country, police, father…) that “I resist”.
I oppose the gaze of someone or something that causes me fear, rejection, annoyance, injustice, etc.
“I want sweetness, but I receive torture”, “I face authority, I can’t resist”
Conflict of sweetness is over! “Tenderness is dangerous for me”, “I don’t want love to enter me”,
“Love is toxic, dangerous (they have been able to suffer sexual touching, or experiences with relatives who love you, but who mistreat you physically or psychologically, etc.)”.
It is common to find, in some diabetics, the feeling of being watched and persecuted, either because that is actually happening or because they imagine that it happens.
There are diabetics who, unconsciously, become obese to create protection against the attacks they are receiving or received, or to avoid being the object of desire, due to sexual abuse or rape suffered:
“I better make my body ugly so that others do not desire me and do not rape me… I resist”
Diabetes insipidus: A kidney function disorder characterized by massive urine output. It has the function of eliminating a dangerous liquid.
Diabetes insipidus occurs in people who feel an urgent need to survive because they live feeling “threatened”.
It may be a relative “castrating” with whom he lives, who keeps giving orders and “must be”, all the time.
Or perhaps, it is a castrating authority, it happens more often at work. There is no sweetness whatsoever.
Survival situation linked to the mother, we must get rid of a real or symbolic “poison” inoculated in us (very harsh words that contaminate us. Where are you going? Where are you? What time are you coming back? Give me that! Buy me the bread! If you leave, I’ll kill you! You’re useless, get away from me!
Pregnancy diabetes: emotional conflict in which I resist a negative situation with my baby, added to reluctance that there is something negative. “I resist the danger of my baby’s death because I’m older, because I’ve already lost one”, “I resist my baby being born with any disease”
If it persists after pregnancy, it may be because the mother has received disgusting attacks from her partner or her father and it will disappear when she is freed from that situation.
Diabetes is also related to a deep sadness that occurs after an event in which I feel a grudge against life.
For example, after losing my partner to separation or death, to losing money or a child, or a house, etc. I feel nostalgic for what could have been if that fact had not happened. Nostalgia for what she could have been.
The diabetic is a person who generally had a difficult childhood with their parents or at least with some of them.
It may be a parent who was shown with excessive authority (excess of rules and regulations) and, consequently, lacking in sweetness.
He rejected all his ideas or wishes and had to act according to what he ordered.
These experiences have caused him a huge resentment and, above all, he has been very hurt by the fact that he was not recognized.
People with diabetes have an unrecognized desire for loving fulfillment.
It is very difficult for diabetics to surrender, they are unable to accept, assimilate and open up to pleasure and love, because they do not believe they are worthy.
He may come to think that he does not love him, which could lead to anger and resentment.
He would like to receive love, but he does not allow himself to show the need for it, he does not dare to actively seek it:
“No thanks, I must not take sugar”. Love and the sweet have a close relationship.
It is possible that he is drowning in a sea of sweetness, convinced that he is unable to take advantage of the least part of the sugar that he contains.
They don’t feel valued or appreciated.They are very emotional, hard-working and helpful people, but with high expectations: They are always expecting something in return for what they do; give hoping to receive.
They harbor many desires and not only for themselves but, also for their loved ones.
However, they can get very jealous when someone has more than they do or feel guilty if what they want for others does not manifest itself.
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