The urinary system, in general, alerts us regarding conflicts of territory, and specifically in the function of losing, marking, ordering or organizing the territory.
Biologically, animals use urine to mark territory.
We do the same, but our notion of territory is a little broader, it can be a real or symbolic territory, such as our house, our office, our things, our country or something symbolic such as our partner, our work, our family, our projects, etc.
Bladder problems tell us that we are living or have experienced a situation in which it has been impossible for us to mark our territory.
We have not been able to prove that something or someone is ours.
When it affects the woman, it means that due to external circumstances, children, mother, partner, work colleagues, she cannot “organize her territory.”
The man seeks to mark territory outwards, sets the limits, to prevent another “male”, an intruder, from entering and invading him.
The woman tries to mark territory inward; she is in charge of ordering and organizing her territory.
Bladder submucosa: it warns me that someone has stained or soiled my territory; it is a not very clean matter, to a dirty thing that they have done to me.
Bladder mucosa, right side female: it indicates to me that I am afraid of not being able to organize my territory or that I will lose its organization because I cannot determine my position or, perhaps, not being able to recognize its limits. What territory do I belong to?
Left part, male: if I have problems in this part, you are telling me that I have a problem related to not being able to mark my territory and that they can cross the limits, the border.
Incontinence: is the involuntary emission of urine.
In the adults, often are related to the desire to want to control everything. If I am unable to “control” my urine leakage, I am unable to control what happens in my life, particularly my emotions, and this scares me. It is the way to push out the emotions that I have suppressed for so long.
Likewise, it can indicate to me my unconscious desire to be permanently marking my territory to feel safe and secure.
In children, he points out the need to mark their territory, for example, children of separated parents who do not know or do not identify “what is my house” because they constantly go from one place to another.
You can also signal your fear in the territory for threats, disputes, such as those who suffer from bullying.
Urinate frequently: refers to my relationship with others. I never express my negative feelings of hatred, resentment, dissatisfaction, irritation.
It also informs me of the imperative need to “mark” my territory at home, in the office, on the street, etc.
“Everywhere I feel out of place”
Retention of urine: if I retain urine, I do it because, unconsciously, I feel that I do not have a real or symbolic territory of my own.
“I don’t have my territory”
On the other hand, he tells me that I have old unresolved conflicts and I keep my toxic emotions and that is why I end up intoxicating myself.
Hematuria: as the blood represents the clan, it warns me that there is a member of my family that bothers me and throw him out of my territory.
On the other hand, he tells me that I have lost my joy at not being able to delimit the borders of the territory.
Ureter: This is the same conflict that affects the bladder.
It warns me that I am living in a dangerous situation in the territory.
“I am in danger”.
Urethra: It is the channel through which the bladder empties.
Problems in the urethra tell me that I don’t know where my limits are.
I spend it trying to mark my territory, but I don’t know if it’s mine or not, I don’t know how far I can go.
Nor do I know if I am allowed to do such a thing or not, if it will be correct, if it will be well seen or not, that is, I do not know very well “what to expect”.
If the urethra becomes inflamed (urethritis) it is because I have lived or am living a conflict in which I feel outraged by something that has happened to me and, instead of expressing it and solving it, I limit myself to blaming others.
On the other hand, he also tells me about my anger that someone has crossed the limits of my territory or that, internally, I do not know where the limits are.
Polyps in the bladder: I am living a conflict in which the limits of my territory are not clear to me.
I cannot determine what my territory is or how far it goes, real or symbolic.
It can refer to things or people and it can be related to social, work and family matters.
What family or group of friends do I belong to?
The polyp can also represent something ugly, dirty, within the territory and that I cannot eliminate.
Stones in the bladder: Formation of accretions of solid material (stones) in the urinary bladder.
The purpose of a bladder stone is to retain the flow of fluids to prevent them from being lost at a time when they are essential for us.
We must interpret the “liquids” as symbolism of money, of references or of emotions, which is what we really want to retain.
Or, also, it can be the final solution to not mark a territory which is difficult for us to delimit.
Urinary colibacillosis: it is a urinary infection caused by Escherichia coli.
It warns us about the need to produce stronger urine (smell), to better mark the territory.
In the same way, he talks to me about a conflict of sexual or couple territory; perhaps, I cannot establish or assume my place, my sexual space in front of a partner with depression.
Reflections: What territory do I belong to? Have they invaded my territory?
Has the organization lost my territory? Is there dirt (grime) in my territory?
People who have bladder problems are afraid to relax and therefore have a tendency to control, to cling to old ideas and beliefs.
They tend to suffer the anguish and annoyance.
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