Sudden movement of expulsion of air from the lungs due to discomfort of the throat. The definition refers to that cough without an apparent reason that occurs at certain times of day to day or chronically (several or many times every day).
Coughing symbolizes the expression of emotions or thoughts that have been repressed.
Conflict of territory.
Separation conflict of oneself by enemies who want to own my territory or to own me.
Conflict reject something or someone.
Coughing serves to reject something that we have inside (airways and lungs, our territory), an attacker who must be expelled.
Most of the time it is related to something we have said or that we have been said and that "has angered us" because we are very irritable and very critical with ourselves, and with others. When the cough is chronic, we mean that "we are supporting" someone who constantly irritates us: our spouse, mother, father, our leader, a friend, a co-worker, etc. It can be a person who constantly mocks us and tells us what to do and how to do it, or is someone that tells you never do what they say or do as they want.
"I see or hear something that irritates me”
"The other is inside me".
"I have no right to speak firmly”
"This what they have told me has made me feel dumb”
Dry or irritating cough is a violent reaction of irritation and rejection, it is always because of external situations that have bothered us: An intruder, an unexpected visit, an order, which we refuse to do, be in a place that cannot stand, lack of space, cigarette smoke, being with people who I do not accept, etc.
It may also indicate that we are suffering a significant outside pressure and do not know how to handle that situation.
The wet or productive cough is manifested in external situations that besides bother us, make us sad, or someone who criticized us, someone who hurt us, who offended us, or something that we could not solve, etc.
It is the sign that the aggressors have been prisoners within. Or that we have accumulated many things, many critics or negative thoughts that we could not say. We spit to eject what attacks us, despair, and inner anguish, difficult to express it.
Persistent cough crisis, it is actually a desire to bark at the world, wishes to be heard and taken into account or to shut up. It's our way of saying, "Hey, I deserve respect and attention, I am here and I am able to think and decide by myself”
Pertussis or compulsive cough: Conflict of separation and fear of death. Conflict of permanent dispute with the father because of my limits and yours.
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
Whenever we cough, we need to stop for a second and see what we were thinking seconds before coughing. We have to pay attention to how many times a day we criticize or we do not accept ourselves as we are. We need to recognize who or what circumstances make us criticize. We have to become aware of emotional irritation within us and learn to be tolerant with ourselves in the same way that we want the others were.
Comments are closed for this blog post