When something is frozen it becomes locked into a given shape.
Frozen, unable to move or contribute
Having to observe without being able to take part
Wanting to move, but having to stay put
Locked in position
Losing the freedom to flow
Wanting to reach out to someone and not being able to
Constantly giving, but needing to be still, and reassess the situation
Frozen shoulder is associated with connective tissue and inflammation.
Connective tissue holds us together. How are you connected to others? Tightly and needing to break free; tangled within a web of complex connections.
Inflammation is part of body defence and needs to be closely monitored. Knowing how much is enough, and when to stop, so that no further damage is caused.