A Holistic Approach To Organs Issues

Brain: Symbolises intellectual ability and logic. Issues may indicate overthinking or neglecting intuition.

  1. General Brain Fog: Often symbolises confusion or lack of clarity, possibly from ignoring one’s intuition or over-reliance on logic.
  2. Migraines: Can indicate mental stress or overthinking, as well as resistance to listening to one’s inner guidance.
  3. Brain Tumours: Might symbolise deeply ingrained beliefs or persistent, unresolved thought patterns.
  4. Memory Issues: Often related to a desire to forget unpleasant experiences or disconnection from one’s inner self.
  5. Concussion: Can signify a sudden need to reevaluate one’s thoughts or beliefs or a wake-up call to heed intuition.

Each brain-related issue, from a spiritual standpoint, reflects the balance (or imbalance) between intellectual reasoning and intuitive understanding, highlighting areas where one may need to recalibrate their approach to thinking and feeling.

Heart: Represents love and emotion. Heart problems can suggest difficulties with giving or receiving love, or emotional blockages.

  1. Heart Palpitations: Can signify emotional excitement or anxiety, especially in matters of love and relationships.
  2. Heart Disease: Often reflects long-term emotional struggles or challenges in expressing or receiving love.
  3. Angina: Might indicate repressed emotional pain or difficulties in dealing with matters of the heart.
  4. Heart Valve Issues: Can symbolise resistance to the flow of emotions, or an imbalance in giving and receiving love.
  5. Heart Attack: Often a significant emotional wake-up call, suggesting a need to address deep-seated issues related to love and emotions.

From a spiritual perspective, heart conditions are seen as directly connected to our capacity to experience and express love and emotions, indicating areas where emotional healing or rebalancing may be necessary.

Lungs: Connected to the ability to breathe life in fully. Lung issues might indicate grief or an inability to handle life’s challenges.

  1. Asthma: Often symbolises suppressed sadness or difficulty in coping with life’s demands, as if ‘gasping for air’ emotionally.
  2. Bronchitis: Can indicate an inflamed response to one’s environment or internalised emotional turmoil.
  3. Pneumonia: Might reflect a sense of being overwhelmed by emotions or ‘drowning’ in life’s challenges.
  4. Lung Cancer: Often associated with deep grief, unresolved sorrow, or long-term emotional suppression.
  5. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): Can symbolise a long-standing resistance to life’s flow or a feeling of being stuck or stifled emotionally.

Lung issues, in a spiritual context, are viewed as closely linked to how we handle emotional challenges and our capacity to ‘breathe in’ life’s experiences fully. These conditions may suggest a need for addressing underlying emotional issues and learning healthier ways to cope with life’s ups and downs.

Liver: The liver symbolises anger and primal emotions. Liver problems can indicate repressed anger or negative emotions.

  1. General Liver Issues: Often reflect internalised anger and frustration, potentially arising from unaddressed emotional conflicts.
  2. Hepatitis: Can symbolise a toxic reaction to anger or negativity, indicating a need for emotional cleansing.
  3. Liver Cirrhosis: Might represent long-standing emotional scars or deeply ingrained feelings of anger and resentment.
  4. Fatty Liver Disease: Often related to unprocessed emotional baggage, or the accumulation of negative feelings over time.
  5. Liver Cancer: Could suggest a profound internalisation of anger or deep-seated emotional turmoil that has been left unresolved.

In spiritual terms, liver conditions are seen as closely linked to the management and expression of anger and other primal emotions. These issues may point towards the necessity for emotional release and the development of healthier emotional processing mechanisms.

Gallbladder: Often associated with processing life’s bitter aspects. Issues can reflect difficulty in making decisions.

  1. Gallstones: Can symbolise the hardening of bitter emotions or the accumulation of unresolved conflicts.
  2. Cholecystitis (Gallbladder Inflammation): Might indicate internalised bitterness or difficulty processing challenging emotions.
  3. Gallbladder Polyps: Often related to the fear of addressing underlying bitterness or resentment in life.
  4. Gallbladder Cancer: Could suggest deeply ingrained bitterness or long-term emotional suppression.
  5. Gallbladder Removal: May symbolise the need to let go of bitter experiences or to learn new ways of processing life’s challenges.

In spiritual terms, gallbladder issues are often viewed as connected to how we handle and process life’s more difficult, bitter experiences, including our ability to make decisions and move forward from challenging emotions.

Pancreas: Represents sweetness in life. Pancreatic issues might suggest a loss of joy or an imbalance in experiencing life’s pleasures.

  1. Pancreatitis: Can symbolise an overwhelming of life’s sweetness, possibly due to excess in indulgence or pleasure.
  2. Pancreatic Insufficiency: Often indicates an inability to fully absorb or enjoy life’s pleasures.
  3. Pancreatic Cancer: Might reflect deep-seated deprivation of joy or a long-term imbalance in experiencing the positive aspects of life.
  4. Diabetes: Can symbolise a struggle with life’s sweetness and an imbalance in emotional gratification.
  5. Hypoglycemia: Often related to an inconsistent or fluctuating ability to enjoy life’s pleasures, leading to emotional highs and lows.

In spiritual terms, pancreatic issues are viewed as closely linked to how we experience and regulate joy and pleasure in our lives. These conditions may suggest a need to find a healthier balance in seeking and enjoying life’s positive experiences.

Stomach: Linked with processing and ‘digesting’ life experiences. Issues might suggest a difficulty in accepting new situations.

  1. Gastritis: Can symbolize irritation or unease with life’s current situations, reflecting a difficulty in ‘digesting’ recent experiences.
  2. Stomach Ulcers: Often associated with deep-seated worries or an inability to cope with life’s stressors.
  3. Indigestion: Might indicate resistance to new ideas or experiences, or a struggle to assimilate changes.
  4. Stomach Cancer: Can reflect a long-term difficulty in accepting and processing life’s deeper challenges.
  5. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD): Often related to internalising stress or tension, leading to an inability to comfortably process life events.

In spiritual terms, stomach issues are viewed as indicative of how we emotionally process and accept life experiences, especially new or challenging situations. These conditions may suggest a need for developing healthier emotional coping mechanisms.

Kidneys: Symbolise fear and filter the essential from the non-essential. Kidney problems can indicate fear or failure to let go of what’s no longer needed.

  1. Kidney Stones: Can represent a solidification of fears or the accumulation of unnecessary emotional baggage.
  2. Kidney Infection: Often indicates an internal ‘infection’ of fear, or a failure to cleanse oneself of old, unneeded worries.
  3. Kidney Failure: Might symbolise an overwhelming sense of fear or an inability to filter and let go of past issues.
  4. Polycystic Kidney Disease: Can reflect a complex network of deep-seated fears or a holding onto multiple, non-essential anxieties.
  5. Chronic Kidney Disease: Often related to long-term retention of fear and resistance to change, hindering emotional and spiritual growth.

In spiritual terms, kidney issues are seen as closely linked to how we handle fear and our ability to discern and release what is no longer necessary for our emotional well-being. These conditions may suggest a need for inner work to confront and release deep-seated fears.

Intestines (Small and Large): Associated with letting go and absorption. Problems can indicate holding onto the past or issues with assimilation.

  1. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): Can symbolise an internal struggle with letting go, or emotional turmoil impacting absorption of life experiences.
  2. Crohn’s Disease: Often reflects deep-seated issues with releasing the past or a resistance to assimilate new experiences.
  3. Ulcerative Colitis: Might indicate an irritation or inflammation caused by holding onto past hurts or traumas.
  4. Diverticulitis: Can symbolise pockets of trapped emotions or unresolved issues from the past.
  5. Colon Cancer: Often related to long-standing resistance to change or difficulty in letting go of deep-seated emotional baggage.

In spiritual terms, issues with the intestines are seen as indicative of how we process, absorb, and release life experiences, both physically and emotionally. These conditions may suggest a need for inner work to address emotional blockages and learn healthier ways of assimilating and letting go of past experiences.

Bladder: Symbolises holding on and releasing. Bladder issues can indicate problems with control or an inability to let go of old issues.

  1. Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs): Can symbolise irritation in holding onto or releasing emotions, reflecting a struggle with emotional flow.
  2. Bladder Incontinence: Often indicates a loss of control in emotional matters or difficulty in managing life’s pressures.
  3. Interstitial Cystitis: Might represent chronic emotional irritation, often related to long-held fears or unresolved issues.
  4. Bladder Stones: Can symbolise hardened emotions or the accumulation of unresolved feelings over time.
  5. Bladder Cancer: Often relates to deep-seated emotional issues that have been ignored or suppressed, needing release and healing.

In spiritual terms, bladder issues are seen as closely linked to how we manage our emotional control, specifically our ability to hold onto and release feelings and experiences. These conditions may suggest a need for emotional processing and the development of healthier emotional release mechanisms.

Skin: Represents protection and sensitivity. Skin issues might suggest vulnerability or boundary issues.

  1. Eczema: Can symbolise a reaction to emotional irritants or sensitivity to one’s environment, reflecting a need for emotional protection.
  2. Acne: Often relates to self-image issues or internalised stress, particularly during times of change or development.
  3. Psoriasis: Might represent a fear of vulnerability or an inability to cope with external pressures.
  4. Skin Allergies: Can symbolise heightened sensitivity to one’s surroundings or emotional triggers.
  5. Skin Cancer: Often suggests long-term neglect of personal boundaries or ignoring warning signs at an emotional level.

In spiritual terms, skin issues are seen as indicative of how we protect ourselves and interact with our external environment, often reflecting deeper issues related to vulnerability and personal boundaries. These conditions may suggest a need for better self-care and healthier emotional defences.

Bones: Symbolise support and core beliefs. Bone problems can reflect deep-seated issues with stability and support in life.


  1. Osteoporosis: Can symbolize a weakening of one’s foundational beliefs or a feeling of lack of support in life.
  2. Fractures: Often represent a sudden impact to one’s core beliefs or stability, requiring time and care to heal.
  3. Arthritis: Might indicate inflexibility or resistance in adapting to life’s changes, linked to deep-rooted beliefs.
  4. Bone Cancer: Can suggest deeply ingrained issues or longstanding neglect of core life support systems.
  5. Osteoarthritis: Often related to wear and tear on one’s foundational beliefs and values, reflecting a need for reassessment and rejuvenation.

In spiritual terms, bone issues are seen as closely connected to how we support ourselves and maintain our core beliefs. These conditions may suggest a need for examining and strengthening our fundamental life structures and supports.

Muscles: Connected to our strength and ability to move in life. Muscle issues might indicate resistance to new experiences or a lack of flexibility.

  1. Muscle Strains and Sprains: Can symbolize overexertion or pushing oneself too hard in life’s pursuits, reflecting a resistance to natural flow.
  2. Muscle Cramps: Often indicate a tightening or resistance to life’s changes, suggesting a need for more flexibility.
  3. Chronic Muscle Pain (Myalgia): Might suggest deep-seated resistance or a reluctance to move forward in certain areas of life.
  4. Fibromyalgia: Can symbolise widespread resistance or fear of life’s demands, often linked to emotional stress.
  5. Muscular Dystrophy: Often reflects a progressive weakening of one’s ability to deal with life’s challenges, suggesting a need for support and adaptation.

In spiritual terms, muscle issues indicate how we confront and adapt to life’s challenges, symbolising our strength and flexibility. These conditions may suggest a need for a more balanced approach to life’s demands and a reevaluation of how we deal with change and resistance.

Eyes: Represent vision and clarity. Eye problems can suggest unwillingness to see the truth or fear of the future.

  1. Short-Sightedness (Myopia): Can symbolise a focus on the past or present, with a reluctance or fear of looking towards the future.
  2. Far-Sightedness (Hyperopia): Often indicates a focus on the future at the expense of the present, possibly avoiding current realities.
  3. Cataracts: Might suggest a desire to ‘cloud’ vision to avoid facing certain truths or realities.
  4. Glaucoma: Can symbolise a buildup of unacknowledged internal pressure or stress, related to a vision of life or the future.
  5. Age-Related Macular Degeneration: Often reflects a fear of facing ageing or the truths of one’s life journey.

In spiritual terms, eye issues are seen as indicative of how we perceive and interpret the world around us, as well as our willingness to confront truths and face the future. These conditions may suggest a need for a clearer, more honest perspective on life.

Ears: Symbolise hearing and receptiveness. Ear problems might indicate resistance to hearing the truth or the inner voice.

  1. Hearing Loss: Can symbolise a deep-seated resistance to listening, whether to external advice or one’s inner voice.
  2. Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears): Often indicates a call for attention to the inner voice or ignored messages from the subconscious.
  3. Ear Infections: Might suggest an ‘inflammation’ or irritation with what one is hearing or dealing with in their environment.
  4. Vertigo (Inner Ear Disorder): Can symbolise a disconnection from one’s inner balance or a reluctance to accept reality.
  5. Earaches: Often reflect conflict or stress about what one is hearing and a struggle with accepting external truths.

In spiritual terms, ear problems are seen as indicative of how we process external information and listen to our inner guidance. These conditions may suggest a need to open up more to external advice and inner wisdom.

Throat: Represents communication and expression. Throat issues can suggest suppressed speech or difficulty in expressing thoughts.

  1. General Throat Pain: Can symbolise suppressed speech or difficulties in articulating thoughts and emotions.
  2. Laryngitis: Often indicates a fear of speaking up or expressing oneself, leading to a metaphorical ‘loss’ of voice.
  3. Thyroid Problems: Might suggest an imbalance in how one expresses themselves, often related to self-expression and vocal assertiveness.
  4. Tonsillitis: Can symbolise repressed emotions or unspoken issues, particularly in response to external conflicts.
  5. Pharyngitis: Often reflects internal conflict about communication, possibly struggling with expressing one’s true feelings.

In spiritual terms, throat issues are seen as closely linked to communication and self-expression. These conditions may suggest a need to find more effective and honest ways of expressing oneself and addressing communication challenges.

Spleen: Involved in immune response and energy. Spleen issues might indicate a lack of energy or being stuck in past negativity.

  1. Splenomegaly (Enlarged Spleen): Can symbolise an overload of emotional stress or holding onto past negative experiences.
  2. Spleen Qi Deficiency (Traditional Chinese Medicine): Often indicates a lack of vitality or energy, potentially from lingering on past issues.
  3. Splenic Cysts: Might suggest hidden emotional traumas or unresolved past experiences affecting one’s present energy.
  4. Spleen Disorders in Immune System: Can indicate a weakened emotional defense system, possibly from holding onto past negativity.
  5. Hypersplenism: Often reflects an overactive filtering of emotional experiences, potentially leading to a depletion of energy.

In spiritual terms, spleen issues are seen as indicative of how we manage our energy and emotional health, particularly concerning past experiences and traumas. These conditions may suggest a need to release past negativity to regain energy and balance.

Please note that it is not medical advice or diagnosis. Always consult your health with a medical provider.