CHRONIC KIDNEY FAILURE, emotional meaning


It is based on a behavioural problem of character.

Dr. Salomon Sellam called minimum repeating conversion.
It is a small conflict lived amplified way, for a long time the person is faced with daily choices:
Is it good for me or not? Is it right or wrong?
“I have to choose between good and evil”, “I’m always asking if I said, if I did, if it was good, etc”
“I always doubt of myself”
I have moved to another city or country and I always feel “out of my element”
I always wonder: How good is my life? 
What am I in this life?
What is my purpose in life?
“Whenever I have liquidity problems, money”

The individual spends the day having to choose between one thing or its opposite and becomes his/her private drama. 

It is a conflict that is living day by day and it is structuring his/her psyche until it can no longer be with him/her.
The key question at a psychosomatic level is:
Is it vital for me to worry about this? Is it as important or relevant? Is it vital for me to worry about money and that a kidney affects me? 
Conflict of not being able to mark the territory.  
I have lost my roots, I am “out of my element”, this is not the place I want to be.  
“I don’t have my territory” 
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