A lipoma is a slow-growing ball of fat that is most often located between the skin and the hidden muscle layer.
It may be the consequence of an aesthetic self-devaluation.
I have lived or am living a situation in which I feel judged and attacked.
Symbolically, something or someone has gotten under my skin and I can’t get it out.
“I feel judged, aesthetically devalued and I also get a ball of fat for everyone to notice”,
“I would like everything that others say about me to slide off me”, “I don’t I like being so sensitive to other people’s comments, to criticism”
In the same way, the lipoma can appear as a form of protection (fat) against aggression, against a physical blow that I have received in the part of the body where it is located.
What or who can’t I defend myself from or get rid of?
Usually it’s someone I can’t protect myself from. “I want to lessen the real impact of the attacks”
The place where the lipoma has manifested is very important to find out if it is an aesthetic devaluation or protection against an attack or aggression.
If the lipoma is on the back, he wants to express to me:
“They laugh at me behind my back”,
“I protect myself from a blow that I have received”
If it manifests itself in the face, it tells me: “They laugh at me in my own face”.
Or “I protect myself from an unwanted kiss or caress”
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