This important physical pair of organs,
spiritually represents our ability to take in, accept on one hand (inhale),
and our ability to release and let go on the other (exhale).
Neither polarity is meant to be held in life.
Not being able to let go will result with imprints of overflow/stress on our consciousness,
Not being able to accept will result with imprints of emptiness on our consciousness.
but the MOST TRICKY of them all:
Not being able to fill ourselves with our true passions will result with imprints of frustration on our consciousness.
All those unbalanced imprints are weakening the lungs.
Once the consciousness is effected —
The body reacts.
Soon the weak lungs will deliver the message of imbalance in different forms such as asthma, coughing, lung cancer etc.
It is only a message.
It is not against you,
it is for you.
The imbalance (the symptoms) manifests in the body only after it has appeared within the consciousness, after 1 polarity has been being exaggerated.
Here's a few examples from the 2 polarities:
· Overfilling/unwanted filling that was created by fear (sometimes of the parents), control and attachment patterns.
· Emptiness that was created by a sudden abandonment (death etc.), breakups, tendency to say no.
I'd like to touch upon the important issue of
Smoking represents a pseudo fulfillment in life.
Why pseudo? because it gives a relief from a filling that we did not request to be present in our lives, often it is a filler that was forced into our lives when we felt that "we did not have a choice" (certain jobs, family issues, contracts, agreements etc).
Unwanted fulfillment of that sort is taking the inhale space of our true passions. Then, naturally, we seek to re-choose for ourselves and to balance the flow, ironically, with a ANOTHER thing that is considered to be a no-good non-clear filler for us: a smoke.
DO YOU SEE THE PATTERN?
Healing:Yoga | Tel Aviv
Photo by @klau_rothkegel