Diabetes is a disease that involves the body's inability to take profit from the glucose (sugar) ingested, causing it to remain in the blood higher than normal amounts.
Eventually, blood that has a high level of glucose can lead to complications that damage different parts of our body, mainly the kidneys, eyes, nerves of the extremities, heart and blood vessels.
Diabetes is therefore in elevation of the amount of glucose in the blood and occurs because the body of the person decreases or does not have any secretion of insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, and is responsible to absorb glucose in the blood and put it in the cells; in turn they use it as an energy source.
With no insulin, glucose cannot enter cells and stay in the bloodstream, later it is eliminated in the urine. Excess of sugar in blood causes excess of sugar in the urine, leading to a sense of inner bitterness as sweetness that is eliminated.
Sugar symbolically represents the sweetness, gift, kindness, proof of love and recognition, has a maternal bond.
The presence of excessive sugar in blood indicates that we have difficulty in managing, to live or to obtain sweetness in our lives.
Diabetes expresses an emotional conflict of resistance (withstand or endure a situation or a person for a long time) and combat readiness. The person is often facing a danger and therefore must be ready for combat and for the flight, taking sugar in the blood ready to be used by the muscles when some of these options.
"I must resist because there is a danger" "I refuse to act" "I'm afraid to take action" "I think about it so much than, in the end, I do nothing".
The patient is ready for action, but fails to perform the act.
Conflict of fear more resistance to the look of someone or something that makes us feel fear, rejection, disappointment, injustice, etc.
Fear that something happens to us that we want to resist (a surgery, an abortion, to feel pushed to do something horrible to see ourselves forced to do something against our will, etc).
What does a diabetic resist to?
To permanent annoyance, to the disgusting, to injustice, rejection (as occurs migrants), unemployment, bankruptcy of a business, violence, unrequited love, etc.
The feeling of being watched and persecuted is commonly found in some diabetics, either because it is actually happening or because they imagine that happening.
There diabetics who are unconsciously obese, and they are made to create protection against attacks that are receiving or received, or to be free from desire, sexual abuse or suffered rape, "better get my body ugly so that others do not like me and do not violate me... I refuse. "
Moreover, the word diabetes comes from the Greek dia "through" and betes "run", "run through" referring to the abundant urine that occurs in diabetics, driven by the sugar.
But its other meaning is: day: "cut in two". Beth: "house", "the house is divided into two", there has been a separation conflict in the family:
"I resist separation and rejection, it is unfair”
"I feel excluded affectively, separated from the house (work, family, etc.)”
"It's unfair, I'm on the outside and the sweetness is inside".
"It's disgusting what they have done to me, the others stay at home”
"My body is my home. My country and my land is an extension of my body. When people come into my house, I do not tolerate them or they do not tolerate me, I isolate myself. Then: I RESIST ".
"My partner does not want me, but I refuse to leave”
"I am excluded from the inheritance”
Conflict of “The sweetness is over!”
Insulin represents authority. Conflict or active resistance to abusive authority making nasty things. There is some notion of muscular or psychological impotence because there is a confrontation with an authority (country, police, parent ...) that "I refuse”
"I want sweetness but I receive torture”
"I face authority, I cannot resist”
Sugar symbolizes sweetness, tenderness, love.
"Tenderness is dangerous for me”
"I do not want that love inside me".
"Love is toxic, dangerous (may have suffered sexual touching, or experiences with friends who love you, but mistreat you physically or psychologically, etc.)".
Insipidus diabetes (eliminating hazardous liquid): In a survival situation linked to the mother (or female part), you have to get rid of a real or symbolic "poison" inoculated in us (very harsh words that stain in a memory or conflict of clan).
The diabetic is a person who generally had a difficult childhood with parents or at least with some of them.
It may be a parent who showed with excessive authority (excessive rules and standards) and, consequently, devoid of sweetness. He/she rejected all ideas or desires and had to act according to what he/she ordered. These experiences have caused him/her enormous resentment and, above all, have hurt so much the fact of not being recognized.
Such lack experiences of love, tenderness, determined a sad and bitter behaviour that sometimes is hiding behind an exaggerated sense of humour.
People with diabetes have a loving realization of unrecognized desire.
Diabetic delivered a hard time, is unable to accept, to assimilate and open to pleasure and love, because they do not believe worthy.
You may think you do not want anyone, which could lead to anger and resentment.
He/she would you like to receive love, but he/she is not allowed to show his/her needs, he/she does not dare to actively seek:
"No, thanks, I should not take sugar”
Love and sweetness have a close relationship.
You may be drowning in a sea of sweetness, convinced that it is unable to take advantage of the lower part of the sugar it contains.
They do not feel valued or appreciated. They are very emotional people, hardworking and helpful, but with many expectations: they are always expecting something in return for what they do; waiting to receive.
They host many desires and not only for themselves but also for their loved ones. However, they can get very jealous when someone has more than them or feel guilty if what you want for others it does not manifest.