Rotator cuff tears and shoulder instability reflect chronicity of a self devaluation healing phase where there is an element of feeling inadequate relative to a close relationship.
For example, a torn right rotator cuff on a left handed male will relate to mother or child – e.g. feeling inadequate as a provider for the children.
Often we will experience a tear or damage upon activity, exertion, work or trauma. The logical observation is that the exertion, i.e. lifting something heavy, caused the damage … makes sense. But we have to ask why was it the right shoulder that was susceptible versus the left.
If the shoulder complex demonstrates tendinitis, bursitis, tears or instability there has most likely been long term structural and functional loss from years of conflict activity where the tissue has been compromised, thereby predisposing it to everyday forces.
During the conflict active phase the tissue will experience microscopic cell loss and weakening of the area along with structural and function loss. Once the conflict has been resolved (come to terms with) and we enter the healing phase – swelling, inflammation, pain and instability become evident.
The biological or purposeful meaning of this special biological program of nature is revealed in this phase where the area in question is strengthened so it becomes stronger and therefore less susceptible to additional injury.
I only started having shoulder issues (at the age of fifty) after my mom past away. I never had any issue what-so-ever with my left shoulder. When I first learned of the nature of the conflict – it just did not register as I adored my mother and would move mountains for her. How could I possibly feel like I could have let her down in any way? There was just no way. Then I realized I never was able to provide her with a daughter-in-law and grandchildren. Still to this day I am disappointed in myself that I let her down in that way – hence the chronicity. By the way – it is my left shoulder (mother-child) as I am right handed.
Depending upon the degree of damage, in addition to resolution of the biological conflict – we may need to avail ourselves to any and all natural modalities at our disposal including surgery.
In general, tissue deriving from the mesoderm (muscle, ligaments, tendons) will behave in the same manner – the difference being the nature of the self devaluation involved.
When the underside of the shoulder blades are involved we are dealing with a slightly different nuance to the self devaluation.
Have you ever experienced those achingly painful knots or trigger points under one or both shoulder blades?
If you have then at one time or another you experienced a biological shock of self-devaluation revolving around a betrayal.
Say what? Please allow me to explain.
In German New Medicine those knots under the scapula reflect chronicity of a self devaluation healing phase where there has been an element of feeling betrayed relative to a close relationship.
For example, a tight knot under the right scapula in a left handed male will relate to betrayal by mother or child – e.g. a son who stole money from you. While a similar knot under the right scapula of a right handed female will relate to betrayal by partner – e.g. a boyfriend who was unfaithful.
It’s all about feeling devalued or “less than” relative to the betrayal.
During the conflict active phase the tissue will experience microscopic cell loss and weakening of the area along with structural and function loss.
Once the conflict has been resolved (come to terms with) and we enter the healing phase – muscle fibers become tight and contracted. Metabolic by-products become congested at the site and pain becomes evident.
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