The menisci are fibrocartilaginous structures found at the level of the joint.
They have a crescent shape and there is one in the external or lateral region (external meniscus) and another in the internal or medial area (internal meniscus).
The most common problems are tears or ruptures.
The menisci are important for the stability and functionality of the knee.
They also absorb and cushion shock when the knee is under load and decrease cartilage wear.
In general, problems in this organ are related to emotional conflicts of devaluation.
Therefore, any ailment warns me that I have lived or am living a situation in which I have felt unable to do something or to do it well. It can refer to my work, social or family life.
This devaluation can come from others who do not consider me efficient.
Or, on the contrary, others praise me, but I am the one who does not give it credibility because I do not feel sure that I have done it well.
Likewise, ailments can indicate that I devalue myself because I am not a good “intermediary” between two opposing parties.
They can also warn me that, in some aspect of my life, I am overstepping my limits and I am not aware of it.
Immobility due to pain may be the biological solution for me to stay still and reflect.
On the other hand, the menisci relate to situations where it is impossible to adapt to orders or cushion excess pressure.
“I don’t want to submit to the father’s law, to authority”
Circumstances that frequently occur in adolescence, a time when authority is questioned, who is above me and who forces me to obey.
“I cannot adapt to the orders that come from above me”, “I cannot cushion”, “I refuse to give in, to kneel, before someone stronger than me”, “A little more flexibility, please”
Anterior meniscus: it tells me that something worries me, but I do not accept giving up.
What do others force me to do?
What am I obligated to?
People with meniscus problems tend to be inflexible in the face of the situations they are experiencing.
The development of humility is important to be able to adapt to reality and, in this way, to be able to change the course of my life.
If I have not identified myself with the above, then I will have to look in my Sense Project, because it could have been my parents who have transmitted this type of experience to me.
In the same way, I will have to review my family tree and analyze the life of all my ancestors, with whom I have an affinity, to rule out that it is an emotional history of theirs or that, due to family loyalties, I am presenting damage to my meniscus at the same age that another person in my tree suffered.
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