It corresponds to a condition of a part of the inner ear and is associated with our physical stability in relation to the position and movement. Vertigo is usually hallucinatory sense of movement of the objects that surround us or our own body, a spinning sensation.
The biological sense of vertigo is to prevent a movement that gives us fear.
When a person develops symptoms of vertigo, he/she notes that fact in his/her life is representing a radical change to the way of life he/she led. Or he/she refuses to accept what change in his/her life. Such changes do that he/she lives with suffering, but the people around them, do not know it, because it is very skilled people to say and show others that are better or that change them sat down or sit very well but they are lying. They are unable to show others, what they really feel, how much they change, how bad it hurts go through this change. "I lived a change that makes me sad" "I lived a change that was unpleasant to me" "This change hurts but I do not show it" "I feel on the brink".
"There comes a change I do not want". "I hate this change but I'll shut up"
"I am not or was not ready for this" "I did not expect this, do not accept it, do not want it". "This is not for me, this is not my thing" "I do not enjoy this new life, I want my past"
Similarly, dizziness can also occur when someone is experiencing a situation that makes them look "unstable" to others.
Also, the anguish at the thought of making a decision to make us face the unknown, can cause us more or less pronounced dizziness. We express our desire to control everything, so what is going on inside and outside but, not being possible we become unstable and anxious.
Or fear of the future, "before us is nothing, and are required to move! We may have the feeling that a situation is evolving too fast for us and we are afraid of the changes it will bring to our lives.
Inner ear: "We cannot stand to hear a thing"
Lack of references (this may be the father). "I lost my references”
It's like you have no reference to guide me and therefore I can have the impression that "my father", or representing the authority is absent or should help more in terms of the directions I want to take.
Conflicts of loss of our living space. "It seems like I'm never where the world wants me to be".
Conflict of accident with death in the family.
Common vertigo: "I must drastically change my life (life trajectory) if I do not want to die here".
Central vertigo: Conflict of position (my position) together with conflicts of stain and protection.
Peripheral vertigo: verbal conflict and reference points. Conflict of fear to the future.
In short, we can say that all dizziness is due to a lack of consistency between what the person feels and lives and what he/she says and does.
People with vertigo, are stubborn, refusing to look to the future with optimism, refuse to see how nice and positive that can bring to life such changes, think and rethink options such changes as do not like the suffer.
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