The emotional language of the body

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The emotional language of the body

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Or the somato-emotional approach of Roger Fiammetti.

Roger Fiammetti is an osteopath.

He is convinced that our body speaks to us and that we must learn to read it.

This is the goal of his somato-emotional approach: to detect the link between the body and the emotions that animate it, often unconsciously, to find traces of the tensions or shocks that parasitize daily life.

His technique allows him to identify bodily fears and blockages of individuals in an attempt to eliminate unwanted physical effects.

It aims to rebalance the individual's body-emotions.

Below are the key elements of its approach, which confirms the attention that Cervi-Care pays to the bodily register.

  1. The human body is like a book

The human body is endowed with an infallible emotional memory, it does not forget anything of what it has lived.

When you experience an emotional shock, whether in your mother's womb or in infancy or even later in life, the body is affected by minimal tissue tension that marks the fascia.

The fascia is an envelope, formed of connective tissue, which is present everywhere in the body. It forms like a spider web that links all the structures together. It separates the muscles into compartments, but it links them all together. The fasciae are interconnected and the slightest tension experienced by the individual will be reflected throughout the body by this tissue chain. This will eventually cause dysfunctions on certain organs. We speak for example of an angry liver.

The fascias therefore imprint, in the depths of each of us, the emotions experienced since our conception of being human. The feelings of the mother during pregnancy are transmitted to the fetus and remain etched, unconsciously, in the tissues of the child and then of the adult if he does not intervene to distance himself. Many of these emotions generate suffering, for example there are all the fears of early childhood. Fear of abandonment, fear of not being loved, fear of death,…

These fears are different from one individual to another. They vary according to family, upbringing, personal development, interactions with the environment and the quality of help that each may encounter.

These fears, even if they seem under control, can spring up unexpectedly when circumstances reactivate the initial experience. Anyone is confronted, one day or another, to relive the shock which is imprinted in his body, via a very precise event. And the more the event is repeated, the more the person takes on internal tensions that are difficult to release, the more it increases the layers of suffering. At the risk of creating tissue nodes that are the witness of the unresolved conflict that inhabits it.

Releasing emotions such as stress frees the body and tension

The stress, for example, often causes a tissue knot that is very heavy to wear. We say well: living with a knot in the stomach This knot results from an accumulation of painful emotions, in connection with a situation of the past very often hidden where the individual has felt overwhelmed, abused or denied without having the means to face it.

Failure to identify the source of the evil, he reacts by burying the problem. He runs away from situations that expose him, he consumes sugar or alcohol, he adopts a bad lifestyle And his body compensates. But sometimes the body is found in a state of saturation, and it is then that stiff necks, lumbago or other physical manifestations occur which push the person to consult. She's got her back.

To eliminate tensions and tissue knots, there is no other choice, according to Roger Fiammetti, than to return to the difficult moments in life when we have accumulated within us these shocks which are inscribed in our tissues and which parasitize our actions. daily. You have to go through the initial trauma, and that is the goal of this osteopath's somato-emotional method.

  1. You have to read the body as you read the road, with a well-established code

Each of us is coded by a series of emotions well and badly experienced, it is at the level of our tissue language that the therapist will be able to intervene.

Roger Fiammetti wants to allow the patient's body to gradually unload the negative emotional memory that it has imprinted on him during his life.

It begins with the patient's anamnesis, carrying out a complete assessment.

He then performs a series of tests to check the patient's mobility, to determine whether there are joint damage, imbalances in muscle chains, tensions, muscle contractures, areas fixed by possible scars.

He palpates the patient to determine if he has any spinal lesions and possibly spine compensation for these lesions. He checks the condition of each vertebra.

He observes the patient's breathing and the movements of the diaphragm.

Then he lays the patient down. He supports his head and feels - through a sure and very refined palpation - the micro-movements in his body, gradually amplifying them. These micro-movements are movements resulting from the fascia which want to free themselves from their tensions, like an elastic band untwists when it is undone.

The method is not intrusive: the patient must simply let himself go in the hands of the therapist who will palpate and feel the movements of the fascia. Each individual experiences different movements, movements which belong to him, in relation to his emotional experience.

It is the body which itself loosens the tensions that it has accumulated, it is the patient's body which finds the right movement to untie the knots and deprogram the sufferings which are linked to them.

The therapist deciphers the movements of the body, he reads through the tensions felt by the patient. In the same way that the doctor can read the ailments from which he suffers on the skin of a patient, osteopath reads the parasitic energies in the patient's tissues.

When the tensions imprinted in the tissues are evacuated, the patient is desensitized from his fears, his anxieties, concerns that could cause him functional disorders.

If the patient's body resists, it is not ready and the outcome will come later. But when he frees himself from the accumulated tensions, he erases the knots of suffering that paralyzed him and this allows him to find his potential for life.

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  1. The spine is the osteopath's keyboard

At the base of this method: Roger Fiammetti is convinced that there is a correspondence between the spine and the emotions badly experienced by each of us. His therapeutic experience leads him to say thate each vertebra has its own emotional connotation.

The spine measures 75 cm, it is composed of 5 segments.

It has, from top to bottom, 7 cervical vertebrae, 12 dorsal vertebrae, 5 lumbar vertebrae, 5 sacral vertebrae welded together the sacrum and 4 vertebrae forming the coccyx.

These vertebrae are separated and supported by a disc which may be healthy, sagging or damaged. The intervertebral discs inflate when they are lying down at night; sleep allows them to recharge their batteries.

The column connects the body from top to bottom: the skull is in perpetual relation with the sacrum, we speak of a core Link.

Convinced, by dint of observation, that each vertebra represents an emotional diagram, Roger Fiammetti draws up a emotional mapping of his patients. He draws up the following table of the emotions linked to each of the vertebrae in the column.

Emotion mapping of the spine

Cervical 1. Ideas running around in the head

The first cervical, C1, is in a situation of mechanical conflict with the skull which is just above it and which tends to compress it. This is why it is nicknamed the Atlas.

It is the seat of mental chatter and the state of rumination which disturbs many people. For example, those who constantly check whether the door is properly closed. Or patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

The Atlas position must be corrected to deprogram this mental chatter.

Cervical 2. Self-denial

Some people are programmed for sacrifice, to forget about themselves and their own aspirations.

Like this young girl born into a family who hoped to give birth to a boy and who behaves like a tomboy.

Like this patient suffering from neck pain: she was born after the death of a young brother and does everything to replace him with his mother. She does not try to be herself, cervical pain 2.

Cervical 3. Be by what we do

People who have the feeling that you have to move in order to feel existing.

Like this child born to a mother who feared losing him during pregnancy. As an adult, he still suffers from a fear of dying, and he is agitated to prove to himself that he lives to the point of getting very tired!

Cervical 4. Anger and guilt

Anger often stems from the build-up of tension resulting from an inability to say no.

It can be due to the invasion of its territory by the birth of a brother or a sister whom one is not ready to accept. Like this patient who suffers from migraine because, on this subject, he is extremely angry with his mother and which he transposes to his wife.

Guilt is a common feeling among children who always feel responsible for what happens to their parents: arguments, separation, suicide. They feel they have to pay for the imaginary crime they claim. This particularly affects the elders of families, or the children of demanding parents, of parents in conflict.

Like this boss of a company who works to exhaustion because she feels guilty: she did not satisfy her father with her school grades, she always fears that she will not be loved if she does not do the maximum.

Anger often affects the liver. It is often linked to migraines of cervical origin. It heals itself by eliminating the patient's belief and the feeling of guilt that breaks his life potential.

Cervical 5. Difficulties in speaking, expressing oneself

People who have a lump in the throat, who have problems with the lower jaw.

Like this lady who eventually found her natural mother but who is afraid to tell her adoptive mother because she is afraid of losing her.

Or that lady who was punished as a child when she talked too much and who got used to saying nothing and asking nothing so as not to disturb others.

Cervical 6. Carry the cross of the other

Some people sacrifice themselves for fear of saying No for fear of not being loved.

Like single people who give up a life of their own to take care of their parents.

But the best way to help others is to exist through yourself.

We always ask too much of those who give without knowing how to say no.

Cervical 7. Fear of not getting out, doubt

This fear can come from a difficult birth where the baby was afraid to stay.

It can also be the consequence of the mother's fears during pregnancy, in the event of the death of a loved one, for example. The fetus feels all the emotions of its mother and they are reactivated when the child experiences certain events in his own life, even in adulthood.

Dorsal 1. Fear of missing, fear of losing

The fear of running out can be objectively founded, such as starvation in the event of war, for example. But this fear is often linked to a subjective appreciation: objects have no value other than the one attributed to them, why accumulate them Lor is heavy to bear when he is no longer worth anything!

People who are afraid of running out have trouble dieting: when they remove food from their daily diet, their body immediately begins to store calories and they do not lose a gram despite the deprivation!

The fear of losing can come from the death of a loved one. In an orphaned child, the fear of losing is imprinted on him and any event related to the family can trigger all the symptoms related to this fear of losing.

But the fear of losing ends up causing loss, just as the fear of failing an exam often leads to failure. It inhibits the individual and causes him to fear dosing. This is called the Titanic syndrome: the individual is afraid of going for it in order to succeed, he will do everything - unconsciously - to fail. Since he is convinced that he is not able to do it.

This is the case of the student who changes his correct answers at the last minute, fearing that they are false.

Dorsal 2. Fear of choking

It can take its origin in a difficult childbirth: the suffering of a long and painful childbirth generates in the child a fear of suffocation physically and psychologically.

It manifests itself in agora-phobic people, who are afraid of getting lost in a crowd. The skin is a border between oneself and the others, it delimits the individual territory. It is not a question of seeing him transgress by others, promiscuity causes anger or even violence.

Fear of suffocation also manifests itself in people with asthma. Asthma is a pathology where difficulty in exhaling predominates.

Dorsal 3. Fear of fear, phobia

The fear of fear causes phobia and completely paralyzes the individual.

It is often linked to disorders of the coccyx, which is the seat of beliefs.

Beliefs direct our actions and our thoughts, we must help the person to take a step back to detect what is the unconscious cause of this fear.

Dorsal 4-5. Fear of loving and being loved

Many people are afraid that they will not be loved. This often goes back to early childhood and the need to be recognized by one's parents. These people would do anything to be considered lovable.

Like the child who distributes candy to everyone during recess: he does it to be loved by his comrades, but he only reaps contempt, the others take advantage of the situation and denigrate him when he has no more candy.

There is also this teacher who gives himself body and soul to his students, by separating, for fear of receiving anything in return.

But Pareto's law shows it: only 20 investment is enough to ensure 80 results and it takes 80 investment to carry the remaining 20 as much to measure its efforts!

Dorsal 6. Jealousy

The jealous person lives in dissatisfaction, he continually compares himself to others. He cannot stand abandonment, he demands exclusivity.

It is not uncommon for parents to be jealous of the affection shown to their children by their own fathers and mothers, they feel they did not love so much when they were young.

The call of sugar is often related to the pancreas and jealousy.

Backbone 7. Family conflicts

Family secrets are likely to destabilize the individual. A child is always inclined to stand up for his family in the event of conflict, he seeks to act as a savior to preserve his safety. And he continues when he's an adult.

This is the case of a lady who feels obliged to carry her mother since she threatened to commit suicide. She hopes to save herself by saving her mother.

Dorsal 8. Fear of change, of failure

Change constitutes a major source of stress for those who are not ready to assume it, because it upsets established notions by imposing new standards.

A badly lived move can, for example, lead to a lot of suffering.

A person who is forced to leave their country to go to work and live elsewhere can experience an emotional shock that is difficult to resolve.

Backbone 9. Fear of abandonment

The fear of being abandoned is one of the essential fears of childhood.

It is the tale of Little Thumb who sows stones in the forest so as not to be lost by his father.

Adopted children can develop an excruciating fear of abandonment, as can newborns placed in an incubator at birth. The separation of parents generates panic which can recur in other situations of exclusion.

Dorsal 10. Fear of losing one's place, limits of the territory

It is classic in a family: the arrival of a second child puts the eldest child in a difficult situation. He must share his territory and he risks losing his place there.

This fear irritates the bladder and causes bedwetting.

Adults must take this suffering of the child into account because it is his feelings that create the emotional shock. This shock can be rekindled each time the child feels that he has lost his bearings.

Likewise, an elderly person who is forced to leave their home to enter a nursing home can experience a depressing loss of territory.

Dorsal 11. Fear of losing control

Fear linked to the feeling of personal worthlessness. Fear of not being up to the job.

When you don't fix the problem, it comes back. Like this man who regularly relives the fear of a car accident where he thought he died. We must cure fear by eliminating it from its tissues.

Dorsal 12. Fear of not being perfect

The desire to be perfect makes the individual very demanding. It also makes him anxious that he will not achieve his goals. It often comes from a more visceral and widespread fear: that of not being loved.

The fear of not being perfect inhibits the individual: by fearing to lose half a point, he will lose it!

He must be made aware that perfection is relative and that it is enough to give the best of yourself to be happy.

Lumbar 1-2. Insecurity, feeling of being humiliated

There are many causes of devaluing and destabilizing children and adults. But rape and incest are among the most brutal. They trigger immeasurable suffering, defiling the abused person. These acts make her doubt her identity, her image and her worth.

The raped person loses his bearings and his fear of others is embedded in his tissues. Hence the need for official recognition and apologies to clear the task.

Less spectacular humiliations, such as the abuse of authority from a father, can disturb the individual in a lasting way, as shown by this adult who continues to suffer from diarrhea and abdominal pain from the terrors of childhood.

Lumbar 3. Shame, betrayal

A feeling of shame can go back a long way, even in utero life. This is shown by the case of a man who feels soiled and continually washes his hands as a result of his mother's adulterous affair during her pregnancy. As a fetus, he experienced this betrayal and he carried this original sin until he managed to identify it and be free from it. By eliminating his unconscious emotional knot, he opened the door to another existence.

Lumbar 4-5. Weight on the shoulders.

The fifth lumbar is often damaged by the weight it must support and the exaggerated constraints imposed on it by people who force without measure.

The occurrence of a herniated disc is often the only way for the body to call for rest.

It often occurs in people who, by feeling responsible for everything, make themselves indispensable and are unable to keep up with the hellish pace they impose. This is the case with people who carry the cross of others.

Sacrum. Be under the control of …

The sacrum is the plateau of the spine and its orientation is decisive for the positioning of the column, as well as for the postures and dynamic acts.

The sacrum is related to being in the grip of someone or something.

It starts in childhood, with parental authority. It is normal for children to obey their parents, but it is just as normal for them to loosen their grip as a teenager. Otherwise he risks remaining eternally under their control and this can disrupt any hierarchical relationship: teacher, police officer, controller, boss…

The coccyx

The coccyx is the seat of beliefs. Some people remain animated all their lives by beliefs inherited from early childhood.

Only a work of awareness and distance can free them.

  1. The path to liberation

As long as we do not detect the cause of our suffering, we continue to suffer. Unresolved issues always come back to haunt the wearer, and their intensity only increases over time.

We are even attracted to what haunts and scares us. This is well understood by the fairgrounds and the owners of amusement parks who offer ghost trains, bumper cars and vertiginous wheels to make the public scream!

The somato-emotional method makes it possible to return to the moment of crisis, to the unconscious or occulted event which generated the suffering and caused the tissue knot which is still active.

It's about letting talk the body… it is he who gives the keys to reach the moment of impregnation of the emotional shock specific to the patient.

And we often have to go back quite far in individual history: the baby and even the fetus already experience a series of emotions that predispose them to behavioral patterns, often biased, which risk inhibiting them throughout their adult life.

To restore individuals to their full capacity to be, to do, to say, it is necessary to cleanse their body of the emotional slags and unconscious tensions which it causes in muscle, joint, bone and vascular tissues…

It is by becoming aware of his emotional baggage that the individual will be able to observe the interference that he causes and get rid of it. When he goes beyond the fears that condition his behavior, he goes to another energetic level. He takes the path of liberation.

We hope you enjoyed this article! If so, leave a comment and share the article on social media. In addition, also discover the alternative treatment solutions offered on Cervi-Care to relieve back pain, stress and neck pain.

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Source: The emotional language of the body by Roger Fiammetti


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4 comments

  • Daha

    Bonne explications pour la colonne vertébrale merci

  • William Ca

    Interessant article qui ne résout malheureusement pas la guerison des maux de dos

  • Cervi-Care

    Demandez à votre libraire ! Sinon vous le trouverez sur internet ;)

  • Michel Florence

    Ou trouver le livredans le Cotentin

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