They correspond to mental energy, reflect hidden mental models.
The muscles are the engine (allow us to move), motivation, desire, physical will, the strength, the energy of realization, mobility and flexibility.
Muscles transform energy into action. Muscle problems are directly related to mental conflicts, our behaviour and our patterns of behaviour. We talk about our adaptation or not the outside world, of our resistance or acceptance of new experiences, our ability or difficulty to act, carry, bear, move, concretize, to vent our creative energy, to resist, to stand tall, to move and transform according to our ideas and interpretations.
When we encounter a problem into a muscle, necessarily it means that we are experiencing a devaluation conflict regarding our inability to perform physical activity.
Contractures, cramps, strains and muscle tears keep us moving and force us to stop.
Disgruntled conflict in motion. Do something against our will or do something and think that it will not assert or I'm not going to get any positive results in this regard.
Devaluation conflict linked to the effort, ability, performance.
The red muscles (voluntary): Devaluation about their physical powers: "I am not able to quarrel, to defend myself, running, etc”
We must also consider where you are and what it is used.
Calf: Back of the leg formed by the calf muscles and the soleus.
The calf muscles perform the function of giving momentum in a jump or in the beginning of a movement or displacement.
Conflict of impulse. Impotence for not being able to go beyond what we allow ourselves.
Impossibility of effort to leave behind our previously marked limits.
I refuse to change my mind or direction.
I would like to finish as soon as possible.
Twins: Feeling of impotence before the action of a collateral (siblings, partner, cousins, etc.).
Impotence in the first impulse. Impotence in taking a leap.
Conflict related to undertaking new missions, new challenges in which we need an initial impulse.
Devaluation in relation to a situation in which we must rise on the tips of our feet.
Hamstrings: Thigh muscles that attach to the pelvis, tibia, fibula, and femur. Important for knee flexion and hip extension.
They are the muscles responsible for the movement to climb stairs, lift, lift, etc.
Conflict of impotence before objectives.
Devaluation for sports impotence in the power effort. "I will not be able to overcome this situation."
In sportsmen: "I will never get this mark".
Conflict over losing the advantage we had. "I face or oppose the father of the woman I had relationships with".
Skeletal muscle: (Striated)
Voluntary muscles that provide mobility to the skeleton and body.
Conflict of devaluation with impotence in the movement in relation to the function of that muscle.
Avoid a fight or a fight: "Why make more muscle or keep it if I'm sure I'll lose the fight?"
Legs: Conflict of not being able to escape.
Arms: Conflict of not being able to push or grab something.
Adductors: in relation to attracting or retaining.
Biceps: in relation to attracting or lifting something.
Search the family tree for programs that you inherited from someone who actually caused, or caused, a great conflict with that movement.
Abdominal muscles: Muscles located in the abdomen.
Conflict of devaluation, impotence and movement.
Conflict of impotence with regard to projects that I am creating or realizing, with respect to myself or the people closest to me.
Abdominal straight: Impotence in relation to a dominant father (real or symbolic), in terms of straightness.
Impotence in the face of a devaluing sexual gesture.
Abdominal transverse: Devaluation and impotence for a subject of infidelity or sexual abnormality, in relation to the couple and / or children. Who prevents me from going further?
Tumour: Devaluation in relation to the power.
"We have to be stronger"
Do we have any, external or internal, estoppel which prevents us from acting?
Do we want to go too fast in a subject or are we doing too much force?
What area of our life are we suffering stress or are we forcing too much?
Are we moving too nervous and impatient?
Are we afraid to reach the goal?
Maybe, do we start very fast without preparation?
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health: