White blood cells are part of the immune system involved in defending the body against infectious diseases and foreign materials. As well as treating this disease on a physical level with drugs or medication, you might also like to consider it from a metaphysical perspective.
An excess of white blood cells is related to defending yourself in some way or other.
If you need to defend yourself, then you are saying that an enemy is present in some form.
The question is: Who or what is the enemy?
The enemy is not always obvious, not always what you expect, and often not thought of as an enemy.
Identify the enemy: society, the boss, your work environment, the company, the family, the partner, the ex-partner, the group, the neighbourhood, God, church or religion. There are most probably many more possibilities which are specific to your situation or crisis.
From a metaphysical perspective, large numbers of white blood cells which are immature and ineffective could be attracting attention to:
The need to be ready because a confrontation is expected
The need to defend yourself because you are under attack
Preparing for battle but not feeling adequate to take on the enemy
An ineffective show of force
A strong minority holding the power
Due diligence before taking action
A decision between quality and quantity
What needs to be done to back up your position
As white blood cells are mostly produced in the bone marrow, one must also consider the skeletal system. Therefore, something in your life may need structure or definition; something may need to be restructured, rebuilt or reorganized; your infrastructure may no longer support you, your inner strength may have collapsed, or your foundation crumbled.
As white blood cells are part of the body’s defense, one must also consider the infectious diseases they protect us from. Infectious diseases invade the body tissue through agents, such as virus, bacteria, fungi, arthropods, microorganism and parasites.
Is your enemy:
Someone who has stubbornly attached themselves to you before you fully realize what had happened
Someone who has invaded your space without invitation
Something that began so tiny it couldn’t be seen by the naked eye until it had grown in strength and numbers
Someone who takes your energy and drains you
Is there anyone in your life that could be described within the boundaries of an infectious disease that your increased white blood cells are trying to draw your attention to?
Then the question presents itself: Do you fight the battle or retreat? Retreating isn’t necessarily running away, it can be listening to the wisdom of your heart, and not being dominated by an ego that has to win.
One other thing to consider: any cancer is associated with a loss of identity. Cancer cells, in general, have lost their sense of identity and purpose, growing or multiplying in inappropriate places. They have lost their sense of who they are and what they are meant to be doing.
Other alternative concepts and ideas can be found in my books Holistic Reflexology, the eight principles, and Wisdom in Retrospect. Printed copy available from online bookstores. Digital copy available from this website as an instant download.