ARTHRITIS, emotional and spiritual meaning

It is an acute or chronic inflammation of a joint. 90% of those affected are women.
The biological meaning of arthritis is to stop or slow down the movement of a joint so that it can be regenerated more strongly.
It expresses a conflict of self-devaluation linked to movement, at work, in the profession, typical of the location of cartilage tissue.
The pain in arthritis, which usually manifests in the afternoon / night, appears in the repair phase of a conflict of devaluation with criticism and negativity.
Arthritis can be seen as a consequence of serious disrespect for ourselves.
“I have felt that I am worth nothing”

The person affected by this disease feels a great devaluation of him and thinks that he has to live through others; it must be others who meet his expectations, those who have to make him happy. 

“I devalue myself and put my happiness in the hands of third parties”
However, on the contrary, she believes that she is not treating her the way she deserves to be treated.
She thinks that they do not help her or that no one asks her if she needs help, or that no one recognizes what she does, nor does they congratulate her or thank her for what she did; rather, on the contrary, what she receives is criticism.
She feels devalued but does not say anything, or react, she thinks it would be worse and she is always waiting for others to guess what she expects.
Due to the dependency she feels, her happiness is based on others being well. That is why she lives in anguish about what they do or what could happen to her loved ones.
Anything that affects others is as if it happened to her.

Generally, due to her tendency to her negativity, she thinks something serious is going to happen to them, something bad is going to happen to them and they always live with that stress.

Another emotional conflict that arthritis can cause is when she lives daily in an environment of fights, arguments, offenses, humiliations, etc., and the individual feel that she cannot protect herself, that she is not strong enough to defend herself.
In the same way, if I do not know what place I occupy in life and I place my worth in third parties, either in another person or in something and I suffer some important setback, I can develop arthritis. 
Example: “I am worth nothing without my partner, without my son, without my job, etc.”
The person with arthritis is often very critical of himself and others. She focuses on the negative things. 
Nothing pleases her, or satisfies her, or makes her happy, everything is wrong, even herself. 
She does not feel loved nor does she intend to love or show affection for her.

She believes that they do not understand her, do not recognize her and do not respect her, when in reality it is only a projection of hers, since that is her real problem; the lack of respect and self-recognition of her.

As a rule, she presents an appearance of calm and docile, but she lives with a great internal anger, which she deeply rejects. 
Probably, to survive her childhood, she had to admit the imposition of her parents to continually please others and suppress her anger.
She may seem weak at times, but she just wants them to feel sorry for her and take care of her. 
She has a tendency to manipulation and does not directly express what she wants or needs. She uses a hint that she expects someone to listen and attend to her.
For example: “… oh… I’m so thirsty…”
Arthritis usually affects those who have difficulty recognizing, seeing and accepting them as they are.

Hard people with themselves who do not allow themselves the right to do what they like and who are always in search of external responsibilities.

Juvenile arthritis: Devaluation conflict. I am living or have lived a situation in which I feel pressured, oppressed, forced, either by my parents, family, colleagues, teachers, etc.
Everyone around me takes me as fearful, cowardly, weak, foolish, etc.
I do not count on anyone who takes me seriously, listens to me, supports me; on the contrary, they criticize and pressure me. 
The people I value do not value me and that happens to me every day.
Juvenile arthritis is a symptom that the young man continually feeds since every day he gets up with the illusion that the situation will change, but when the evening arrives (which is when his symptoms, inflation, pain, etc. increase) he runs into the stark reality that your loved ones continue to devalue you and you live in a vicious circle.

And it is that, in reality, his symptoms will not disappear until he learns to value and love himself.

Arthritis of the fingers: It is a process of repairing a conflict of devaluation with criticism and negativity.

On the fingers this criticism is directed at something we “do” or that we would like to do.
Also the fingers symbolize contact, caress, and sensitivity.
“I shouldn’t have done, touch, caress…”
Very deep devaluation conflict in relation to work.
Guilty movement: “I blame myself for not taking care of my mother, for not protecting her.”
Direction conflict: which will affect the adrenal glands: where am I going, towards my mother or towards my husband?

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  1. Shaina

    How do i subscribe to your news letter.
    Thank you

  2. Joman Romero

    Hello Shymala, You can follow me by email. Thank you so much.

  3. yvonnesart

    This is helpful, I will get the book Knowing Ourselves

  4. Unknown

    Joman, your wtitings ring so true in me. I have had RA for about 10 years, and the internal conflict and repression you speak of I became aware of through recurring dreams and images, and awareness of my beliefs and thought patterns. Through tuning my heart to the frequency love and following this guidance, self care, and an increasing understanding of energy and the true nature of things, I believe I am now in remission, if not completely cleared of this dis-ease. All this is to say that you are an oracle and I'm so grateful to you for sharing your wisdom with us! I look forward to reading your book.

  5. Gerard

    Hello Joman, thank you for your messages and for reading this message:

    Since about half a year I have swollen knuckles of the little finger and the middle finger of my left hand.

    Could you find an explanation for that?

    Thank you!

    Gerard (58)

    1. Joman Romero

      Hi Gerard, I suggest you read the label for fingers. There you will find information about it. Regards.