A question from a fellow practitioner. A client had a tumour removed from the left foot. There is also one on her hand in exactly the same place. She had the left side of her thyroid removed years ago. What is your opinion of what’s going on in her body? The client also has fibromyalgia.
My reply….. The first thing I think about when I hear tumour is a person’s sense of identity. A tumour is a group of cells that have lost their sense of identity and don’t know who they are and where they belong. Add to that the place of the tumour on the foot, which is around the adrenal reflex and we are connecting to the endocrine system. The left thyroid problem that this person had also adds to the endocrine issues which, as I think, are connected to people in authority, and misconstruing constructive comment for personal criticism. In this case I would be thinking it was women in authority who contributed to the problem. The mention of fibromyalgia brings in the possibility of being pulled in two directions and divided loyalties. There is always several possibilities that present themselves. So, this combination of symptoms would suggest: burning yourself out to make your presence known and acknowledged by women/woman in authority. Or any other combination of women, authority, criticism, stress, burnout, divided loyalties and being your authentic self; not trying to be someone you aren’t. I have always found that in offering a few possibilities to a client, they can usually put it together for themselves.
Practitioner reply….Glenda I think you describe the client to a T. She has a very high pressure job. She works with many females. Also cares for her parents who are both very unhealthy and will not take care for themselves. There are many issues within her body that have stressed her endocrine system. She has to make many decisions that tear her apart. She hold so much stress I don’t truly know what keeps her from breaking down at anytime. I feel this Fibormotosis (benign soft tumours) is the outward sign of the massive trauma of what she suffers on the inside.Thank you Glenda
again for your analysis. You really help spell out the underlying issues. All these will need to be addressed when she is ready. (Photo and discussion used with the permission of the practitioner and client).