The German New Medicine teaches us that there are two fundamental types of breast cancer, glandular and ductal. As we look at glandular – the biological conflict is a territorial nest-worry (the worry over the well-being of a loved one.) It can also center around an argument, a quarrel or rift regarding a nest or family member. The relationship involved is crucial as it will determine which breast is involved.
… The biological conflict associated with ductal breast cancer is one of separation …. a brutal (severe) separation that is usually permanent. A nest member that is torn from your breast, torn from your life, lost to you, taken away, moved away. Since you can no longer nurture that nest member that is gone – the lining of milk duct ulcerates or widens to allow draining of excess milk that will no longer be needed to nurture that nest member that has been lost or removed from the nest. This is the biological or meaningful purpose of the ductal program.
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