EPICONDYLITIS, emotional and spiritual meaning


Epicondylitis: (tennis elbow) is the inflammation of the tendons that join the muscles of the forearm and the hand with the epicondyle on the outer lateral face of the elbow, these muscles being in charge of controlling the main movements of the hand.
The elbow joint allows great precision of movements at work.

If I have this bone affected, it warns me of a situation of devaluation in the present,

I think that I should improve the movements that I make at work.
The pain appears in the conflict repair phase, that is, after I have revalued myself that is when the structures are regenerated.
“I’m tired of nobody valuing me in my work”, “It’s my elbow that doesn’t play well”.
“I feel devalued from not being able to fly “higher”, (symbolically).“I am incapable of surpassing…, of beating…, of equalize to…”,
“I am worse than the other or that other, is better than me”
I must also become aware of why or what I am resisting.
Meaning in right-handed people (in left-handed people backwards):
Right elbow: “I feel obliged to do something, but I don’t want to”, “I don’t feel like doing that…”
Left elbow: “I would like to achieve this or that thing but, they prevent me and I cannot do it”,
“I could not protect…”

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