The prostate gland has two biological functions:
– It contains a natural antiseptic that can “cleanse” the genital tract when it is deemed unsuitable,
– It presides, like an orchestra conductor, over the genital function and can therefore allow the elderly man to get the reproductive machine (the photocopier) back on track in case of necessity.
1. CONFLICT OF NOT CONSIDERING ONESELF OR OTHERS (CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN, ETC.) WITHIN THE “SEXUAL NORMS”.
Conflict colored with an unclean sexuality
Sexual conflict in a broad sense “It cannot be done” or “it’s inappropriate”
Conflict in relation to the sexual life of others One does not accept the sexual life of one’s children, relatives. Example: parents shocked by the couple life of their daughter (frequent arguments).
It should be noted that the sexual function is one of the strongest in nature. However, the male has it only from puberty to andropause. But the elderly male seeks to “over-stimulate” himself, to have a stronger erotic energy, to get his sexuality back on track in case necessary.
Semi-genital conflict about something vile
Semi-genital means that the “center of gravity” of the tenor of the conflict does not refer purely to the genital domain (in real or by transposition), but
that the genital theme acts as a “background music”, which makes this conflict clearly distinguishable from sexual conflicts.
Thinking that one’s sexual organ is too big (or too small), thinking that one has too many sexual desires (or too few) can induce a conflict of not feeling in the norm, all the same as one thinking of having “abnormal” sexual desires.
Decrease in sexuality when experienced outside the norm. Many prostate diseases are generated by the fantasies of elderly men who need these fantasies, this imagination, to maintain their erections, which over-activates the prostate. The same is true for “pornophiles”
Conflict of the mismatched couple.
“I have sex without love, out of duty.” Story of a prostitute: “I do not have the right to procreate for fear of a symbolic incest.”
Jacques Martel, in his book The Complete Dictionary of Ailments and Diseases (published by New Leaf Distributing Co Inc), suggests: “I feel obligated to accomplish my marital duty”, “I undergo, I dont control anything in the sexual nor in the familial domain.” “It’s hard to expose myself (pose my sex), I can’t stand to show myself.”
2. CONFLICT OF LOSS, ESPECIALLY IN RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN GRANDFATHER AND GRANDCHILDREN (OR THE LIKES OF GRANDCHILDREN).
Grandparents often have very strong conflicts about their grandchildren, as if they must resume their parental function, or even their procreation function.
Conflict about dramatic situations with children (couple’s life) and grandchildren or the like (students, etc.): accident, illness, death of grandchildren.
Conflict of the grandfather in relation to something that is not tolerated concerning the grandchildren or the like.
In nature, it is a tragedy if a child is lost or if there is no birth, because of the risk of extinction of the species. In a caricatured way, as soon as a father speaks of his children by saying “my little ones”, he may be in the prostate conflict, since biologically, he will have to procreate instead of his children who are not old enough to do it themselves. Men who worry a lot about their own
children may be in this conflict. For women, these same conflicts will affect the endometrium of the uterus. A woman may have a uterine lining symptom because her child is homosexual (semi-sexual conflict outside the norms) and will not be able to sustain the species (conflict for the grandchildren).
Feeling of not being conforming to, not being within the norms (often children, their sexuality).
Conflict regarding the couple life of young people who are considered like “grandchildren” (children, godchildren, students, young neighbors, etc.) and seen as:
– misbehaving with the partner,
– in moral or physical danger, with a sexual coloration.
3. FAMILY OUTSIDE THE NORM
Deprecation linked to the family. “I am not normal; my family is abnormal.”
4. “MY LINEAGE IS THREATENED; I MUST PROTECT IT.” “I HAVE TO PROTECT MY OFFSPRING”.
It is about the de-structuring of the home.
Example: An ancestor died; because as emigrant, he was rejected from the village where he wanted to settle. The population rejected the foreigner, who was never able to mark his territory, and that’s because he had an affair with a young girl from the village. Semi-sexual territory outside the norms: the man seduces a girl who is not from his environment.
A prostatic adenoma with a crowning around the urethra preventing urination.
We must not mark the territory! An ancestor should not have put his sperm in this woman! The prostatic adenoma crowning around the urethra metaphorically plays the role of a tap preventing urination (preventing the marking of territory) and ejaculation (preventing the seeding of a territory that is outside norms). Benign hypertrophy of the prostate base (against and around the urethra, more in contact with the bladder than in the apex zone).
Prostate surgeries sometimes make erections difficult or impossible for several months, which over-activates the conflict. The patient should be warned so that he can manage this problem without aggravating his conflict. Prostate, endometrium of the uterus, and uterine tubes have a common “coloration”: not clean, cruel, abnormal.