Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease, autoimmune in nature, characterized by the involvement of several joints.
It speaks of a strong self-devaluation due to gestures made or suffered relative to the affected party.
Example: When trying to repair an object at home, it breaks:
In this case, the fingers of the hands will be affected.
“I have done something wrong”, “I am clumsy”,
“I go out of my way to help others and instead of gratitude, I receive criticism”
Disappointment and strong criticism of authority: “I am exploited”, “I do not accept my imperfection”,
“No one is better than me”,
“I cannot show my vulnerability”
Through arthritis I express my inflexibility and intolerance towards life, people and circumstances.
At the same time I show my inability to say in words what I really want, think and feel towards other people.
Concept of guilt for gestures made or received in time.
“Maybe if I could go back in time I would do this differently or I wouldn’t have done what I did”
We are talking about a situation of devaluation experienced for a long time and slowly and continuously.
We enter into conflict and repair on an ongoing basis.
This is so because arthritis occurs when we have resolved the conflict, that is, when the healing process begins, but the problem is that the person when contemplating the part of his body affected generates impotence and self-criticism, with which, re-enable the original conflict.
This is the reason why it is considered an autoimmune disease, because it is the affected one that activates it.
We must take into account the affected part.
When I don’t identify identify with the above, I have to review my genealogical tree and analyze if a deceased person is with me.
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