Hemorrhoids are dilated veins that form in the anus or rectum. It is normal for the veins in the anal area to swell slightly during defecation. But unlike normal veins, hemorrhoids remain permanently dilated.
Hemorrhoids indicate to me an inner desire to force elimination; at the same time, there is the need to retain. This creates a conflict between pushing and holding at the same time, the flow wants to go in two opposite directions at the same time. For example, this conflict may arise in children who feel emotionally abused by their parents who reject them on the one hand and who still love them and want them to stay with them. It can also be an intense feeling of guilt or an old, poorly expressed or unspoken tension, which I often prefer to keep to myself and live with a person or situation that “splits me up behind”.
The body gives me a warning signal. Something in my life needs to be “evacuated”. I probably experience stress that is often accompanied by a sense of guilt. I may have deadlines to meet and I have a lot of difficulty trusting that I will meet them; and I may feel compelled to fulfill my obligations and responsibilities even if what I want is to express my needs in order to rectify or adjust certain situations. In addition, I carry this burden alone because the pride I experience will make me not ask anyone for help. I may also experience a sense of submission to a person or situation where I feel diminished, as if I were an “asshole”. When I find the psychosomatic cause of my discomfort, I become aware of it and accept this temporary situation that will help me find help to free myself from it. My thoughts and actions are supported by love. Everything harmonizes in me and the hemorrhoids disappear.
Plasma tool proposals
specific patches of LP-ZnO (80%) and LP-CO2 (20%) in a concentration of 100% and 30%
a specific Health Antenna with the same mixture as the patches to be introduced into the colon with the 30% patch outside the body so that the hemorrhoids are between the antenna and the patch
- Pelvic muscle exercise: To strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, sit comfortably and squeeze the muscles 10-15 times in a row. Don’t hold your breath or tighten your stomach, buttock or thigh muscles at the same time. When you get used to doing pelvic floor exercises, you can try holding each squeeze for a few seconds.