Reflux according to Biodecoding, emotional conflicts

Reflux is extremely prevalent, affecting everyone from infants and small children to adults and the elderly. According to the field of biodecoding of diseases, as well as numerous authors who have spent years examining the emotional causes of physical symptoms, there’s more to reflux than meets the eye.

Reflux According to Biodecoding — Emotional Conflicts

What does it mean if I have reflux?

The consensus is that nausea represents a rejection of ideas or situations that are disagreeable or unacceptable to the individual.

Vomiting as a Violent Rejection

What is being rejected?

Vomiting is an intense form of rejection: it is a response to ideas or situations that are not only disagreeable but also repulsive and impossible to stomach. Unlike vomiting, reflux doesn’t fully expel what is rejected. It symbolizes partial rejection of something disliked, either within oneself or in the external world.

The Externalization of Internal Conflicts

Why do we project onto others?

Often, we look to the external world or other people for the source of our discomfort, ignoring what our internal feelings are trying to tell us.

Resistance and Internal Conflict

What are the internal signs?

“I don’t want to! I can’t process this! I don’t like it! I won’t accept it!” These are the internal cries that cause food, already mixed with gastric juices, to reverse course. This back-and-forth irritates the esophagus, pharynx, and throat.

What often goes unnoticed is that, for 6 out of 10 people with reflux, the issue originates within themselves—in their inner world. It’s a part of them that their soul or subconscious finds disagreeable, and so it is rejected and regurgitated.

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This article serves as a call for self-reflection—to search within ourselves for what we find unlikable, so that we can grow and improve as individuals.