LIVER, emotional and spiritual meaning

It is one of the largest organs in the human body and has the characteristic that if we remove three-quarters of it, we are still alive and it is capable of regeneration.
It is in charge of multiple functions, participates in digestion, in the composition of the blood, produces and stores energy and acts as a detoxifier.
In traditional Chinese acupuncture the liver is believed to be linked to anger.
The liver, symbolically, is the “pantry” of the body. It is the main organ preservation of all food, therefore, when we are hungry, the liver begins to work more than usual, to take advantage of everything that is available.

The individual with liver disease feels a deep fear of lacking what is essential, what is necessary or what seems essential to him to live, (food, money (inheritance problems), family, affection, recognition, vacations, work, etc.).

It is a deeply rooted conflict of lack, loss or hunger.
It can also refer to a lack of faith, of love, recognition… what we consider essential for life.
Problems related to food, the meal, real or symbolic.
“Deep fear of not having enough to eat (now or in the future)”
“Fear of starvation, (real or symbolic). Due to lack of food, money or because “nobody loves me”, “Fear of not catching the vital morsel”, “Fear that someone, whom I love, will marry or live or leave with a poor starving man”, “Someone close to me is starving”

Disagreements, unresolved family conflicts due to distribution of material goods, inheritances, etc. they can also lead to liver cancer.

Another possible conflict is having a conflictive family, in which I am the savior.
“My family eats my liver”, “They have me fed up”
I am worried about a toxic mouthful that I must swallow, yes or yes. Concern for a real poisoning (chemotherapy is poisoning me) or symbolic (they deceive me, lie to me…).
“Someone wants to poison me (real or symbolic)”, “This person next to me is killing me, intoxicating me”
Therefore, I must create “a lot of liver” to endure difficult and everyday situations.
Metastasis can occur in the liver due to bowel cancer.
When a cancer of the small intestine or digestive tract appears, it is known that not so many nutrients will arrive, due to the obstruction that occurs.
So the liver has to be prepared to make the most of the food shortages that are going to come to it.

The liver is also affected when we are going through a complicated and difficult situation, from which we do not see the way out. 

We are afraid, because we feel the sensation of finding ourselves in a dead end.
Excesses can also trigger serious pathologies in the liver: excess food, alcohol, drugs, excessive cravings for expansion, fantasies of greatness, excessively ambitious ideals, etc.
When there is an excess, it is because we have difficulty evaluating what is beneficial and what is harmful?
The liver is closely related to the third chakra, the one that focuses on power and the recognition of one’s image and identity. 
The image we have of ourselves, or the image that others give us back, depends fundamentally on the energy of the liver. 
If our image has been affected by some experience that we have lived and the outside world does not recognize us as we would like, this apart from making us lose our joy, causes us great confusion and a lack of recognition, who am I really?
The liver also has a very important task such as managing our feelings.
Liver stresses can also mean that we find it very difficult to accept our feelings, our own affections, or those offered by others.

Sometimes our liver “churns” in the face of worries, aggressions or injustices that we suffer and we react with a rebellious attitude that prevents us from adapting to life.

Liver cancer: great concern related to fear that I am missing something or lacking something essential in my life (food, money, family, inheritance, etc.)
Archaic biological fear of death by starvation, by not receiving food (food is the mouthful).
I feel a deep unease about not being able to feed myself or those for whom I feel responsible.
The presence of a solitary nodule carcinoma in the liver indicates a deep fear that a person or animal will die from lack of food, while multiple “round spots” express fear for myself.
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  1. Unknown

    Very interesting and helpful

  2. Hilden Ida

    I am amazed. I am beyond grateful for this!
    Love, from Ida.

  3. Anonymous

    Hansal and Gretal