What is Lupus?

This is believed to be an autoimmune disorder. What is lupus will continue to mystify science until they wake up and realize that the mind cannot be separated from the body.

The signs symptoms of lupus are:

♦ Swollen painful joints,

♦ Facial rashes are most common, but they can appear anywhere.

♦ Fatigue and severe exhaustion.

♦ Fevers that seem to have no cause.

♦ Leg swelling.

♦ Pain when taking a deep breath.

♦ Swollen glands.

♦ Hair loss.

♦ Sensitivity to sunlight.

Symptoms can wane and then suddenly reappear; these are the symptoms of a lupus flare.

The real causes of this condition are trying to cover-up your own true feelings. There are in addition sub-conflicts of soiling and devaluation. Also involved is a conflict of lack, or “I am not enough”, thus involving the kidneys.

Symptoms can wane and then suddenly reappear; these are the symptoms of a lupus flare.

The real causes of this condition are trying to cover-up your own true feelings. There are in addition sub-conflicts of soiling and devaluation. Also involved is a conflict of lack, or “I am not enough”, thus involving the kidneys. Not standing up for yourself, a need for punishment and huge guilt issues. 

As with all auto-immune disorders, the elephant in the living room are feelings of unworthiness and devaluation. 

Lupus is a complicated combination of conflict active and healing phase syndromes.

People with lupus often have feelings that they have had a lousy life or that “life sucks”. Perhaps life is better now, but childhood traumas buried alive never die until they are brought forward and professionally treated. There is a strong general distrust. 

There is hope for you. Lupus is curable, do not let anybody convince you otherwise. Look at your distrust and suspicions as being "only symptoms".  Too many have forgone help because of this block and continue to be ill and distrust. 

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