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Healthy Breasts 7: The Mind

The body and the mind are intimately connected.

The brilliant research of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer showed that many illnesses can be traced back to a traumatic shock or conflict. Fascinatingly, Dr. Hamer also found that the nature of the shock determines the type and location the illness.

There are four types of shock that affect the breasts:

Dermis: conflict of dirtying

Skin problems often appear on the breasts of women who have suffered a trauma that left them feeling dirty or disfigured. Skin problems also develop in women who feel their integrity has been attacked.

Breast glands: nurturing ordeal

In biological terms, the female breast is synonymous for caring and nurturing so an illness of the breast glands is, therefore, a nest-worry conflict concerning the well-being of a loved one, or the “nest” itself (distress regarding a woman’s home or workplace).

The breast glands also correspond to an argument conflict: typically, an argument with a partner, children, parent or friend.

Milk ducts: conflict of separation

Women who have suffered a separation conflict, such as an unexpected divorce or break-up or the loss of her child, parent, friend or even a pet, often develop problems with the milk ducts.

Alternatively, the milk ducts correlate to the distress of wanting to separate, for example, from a spouse because of a betrayal or constant fighting.

The separation from a home (nest) also corresponds to the milk ducts (compared with nest-worry-conflict linked to the breast glands).

Nerve endings: desire for separation

Women who are stuck in relationships that are unpleasant, unwanted or painful often have problems with the nerve endings in their breasts. They feel an aversion to being touched and thus loose their feeling of touch in their breasts.

Dr. Hamer found that once these conflicts were resolved the by themselves the associated medical problems disappeared by themselves.

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