COLD SORES, emotional and spiritual meaning

 
 

The herpes virus comes to repair the small ulcerations of the skin that occurred in the active phase of a separation conflict to sensitize the skin and allow greater contact.

Generally, herpes appears around the mouth or sexual organs, on the border between the skin and the mucosa, that is, between the outside and the inside.

In herpes we can find a conflict related to the epidermis, the mucosa or the nerve.

The epidermis translates to us a conflict of separation or lack of contact, which can refer to the father, a child, a partner, etc.

The mucosa is something internal, intimate.

Nerves tell us about a conflict related to a desire, to a project.

For example: “I’m waiting for my partner to kiss me, but he hasn’t decided.”

Herpes tells me about a conflict of separation, added to another of dirt.

For example: I have been ignored, offended, humiliated, despised, etc.

Cold sores: I am living or have lived in a situation in which I have felt devalued with respect to communication.

It is possible that I have not felt heard or that my opinion has not been taken into account.

It may also be that I do not allow myself to express something that I consider inappropriate or that I directly repress angry words and they remain retained on my lips.

Do I have to say something that burns me? Have I said something that burned me? Am I angry with myself for expressing offensive words?

In the same way, it can tell me that I am upset, angry at having lost contact or the lack of contact with someone.

At the same time, I feel very afraid and reluctant to express it.

On the other hand, herpes can indicate to me a conflict of separation from a kiss, from the kisses that we long for and do not receive or that we cannot give. “I don’t have the kissing quota covered.

The kiss can be interpreted in a real or symbolic way, related to kind, affectionate words that I cannot pronounce or that do not express to me.

“I’m waiting for a kiss, but it never comes”, “I don’t have my dose of kisses, hugs or sex covered”

“I would have liked to kiss him, but it is no longer possible”

Likewise, herpes can be the perfect excuse not to kiss.

It could be a specific person, with whom I am angry because they have humiliated me, defiled me, etc.

I want to push someone away from me so they don’t kiss me; Maybe because I want to punish him.

Who don’t I want to kiss? Who do I refuse to be kissed by? Has someone kissed me against my will and I feel disgust?

Likewise, it may be due to a conflict where I have felt separate and dirty at the same time. “I want to distance myself from this separation, which I experience as dirty.

It can also be a consequence of an internal contradiction.

The hidden biological emotion is a burning desire to obtain something coupled with a repulsion for not having it.

The repulsive little bladders represent the disgust that I have not been able to express: “I feel dirty or defiled because I have not been kissed.”

What or who makes me disgust?

If I frequently suffer from herpes, I must analyze my Sense Project and my family tree because it is possible that there are the keys to the origin of emotional conflicts through programs inherited from the clan.

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Joman Romero

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  1. Carolina Del Mar carolrenta87@gmail.com

    Thank you Homan as I am diving deep into the shadows of my life. Your writing halo bring clarity and healing

  2. Unknown

    I dunno, i got herpes when my mom kissed a cut in my hand as a toddler. They have bothered me ever since.

  3. colleen clark

    excellent information thank you for your wisdom.x c

  4. Unknown

    Not everyone who is exposed to disease contracts it. The idea behind metaphysical meaning behind dis-ease, is that we allow in what we need the lessons learned from. It could either be lesson of our life; like why/what we opted to come into this life and learn, or something along the way that led us astray and our mental space lowers our immune system to accept an illness that if we contract we have the opportunity to learn the lessons from. This is not mean to be outwardly judgmental of others, but is more of a self exploration of why the body accepted the illness and what lessons we could learn from it. When we do, the dis-ease often leaves.