Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 

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Milk ducts
The lining of the nipple and milk ducts stem from the epidermis, which has migrated inward.
See also the general process of the ectoderm, mammary gland, epidermis and subcutis.
Sensitivity follows the outer skin scheme.
Whether it is the left or right breast depends on biological dexterity.
Separation from a person or the "nest." The child, the partner, a family member or colleague has been "ripped off my chest."
CA phase
Function increase. Decrease in lining of milk lines.
Biological utility
Larger diameter of milk lines, better discharge of milk. In nature, when a young dies, the milk is no longer drained. The ducts dilate to prevent excessive and painful congestion and allow the milk to drain more easily.
None. With intense or prolonged conflict: retracted nipple or dimpled breast.
With very prolonged conflict, the breast may shrink or even shrivel completely.
In adolescent girls, one or both breasts may not develop.
PCL phase
Normalization of function. Rebuilding the lining of the milk lines.
Breast infection (mastitis), breast cancer.
Painful, burning, swollen breast when the entire breast is involved or a lump (abscess) on the breast in a localized process. Because the epidermis often reacts with it, the breast is often red.
Leaking breast, the discharge may be bloody.
When the ducts are clogged by the healing swelling, the secretions cannot leave, causing the typical strong congestion behind the nipple.
Therapy: pumping or suctioning, excess healing fluid should be removed. Complications with syndrome.
Surgical removal of the breast is recommended if the person feels deformed or dirty because of it. The process itself is then the trigger and it becomes a  healing that the person usually cannot get out of.
Chills and cold sweats, strong pains, absence.
The pain turns into an itchy sensation. The breast may become small and hard.
Because the healing fluid is mineral-rich, lime splashes may remain at the end of the PCL-B. These are considered the precursors of a malignant breast cancer and amputation is advised.
A few weeks after the death of my mother (94 years old) with whom I did not have a good relationship and was very saddened by that, I developed quite an inflammation and thickening on my breast on my mother-child side (right because I am left-handed). I immediately knew where it was coming from and that I was processing some issues. I just refrigerated it because it burned a lot. After about a week it was gone.