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Spiritual Significance Of The Liver Service And Balance by Ida Mingle

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


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Number of Pages16
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ISBN 101430413956
ISBN 109781430413950

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  LIVER, Emotional and Spiritual meaning: It is one of the largest organs of the human body and has the characteristic that if we remove three quarters of it, we are alive and able to regenerate. It is responsible for multiple functions, participates in digestion, in the composition of blood, produces and stores energy and acts as a detoxifier. While it is proper to mention this use here, the consideration of its significance will be deferred till we study the omemtum. The noble use of the liver to the body corresponds to a noble spiritual use of a vast province to the heavens. the province is large; for the liver is larger than any other viscus, if we except the whole mass of the. Liver. By the liver also is signified interior purification, for the liver purifies the blood, but the intestines purify those things from which the blood is derived. That it denotes the good of the external or natural man, is because by the bullock, in which is this caul, is signified the good of innocence and of charity in the external or natural man (AC ).   In many traditions the liver was considered to be the "seat of the soul", and it is linked to the eyes. In alchemy, the Sun and the Moon carry great symbolic significance; and understanding their role and function in the alchemical work is fundamental to successful operations. In the book "Taoist Yoga, Alchemy and Immortality" it states.

  The emotion of the Liver is often translated as Anger, but might more appropriately be considered in a general way as the self-assertive, explosive impulse connected with beginnings, or with the defense of boundaries. If this impulse is blocked, it can easily turn to resentment or rage. The Virtue of the Liver is Benevolence and Human Kindness.   A diseased or damaged liver is one of the fastest ways to shorten one’s life. Fundamentally, this is denial of one’s value. I just pulled out Louise Hay’s book to see what she sees for the liver: Seat of anger and primitive emotions. The overall metaphysical meaning of these two insights. Let’s put these together. Hepatitis: Resistance to change. Fear, anger, hatred. Liver is the seat of anger and rage. Hernia: Ruptured relationships. Strain, burdens, incorrect creative expression. Herpes Genitalis: Mass belief in sexual guilt and the need for punishment. Public shame. Belief in a . The person has a spiritual root to the disease or ailment which must be dealt with before the person can be healed. SPIRITUAL BLOCKS TO HEALING Prayer may not have any effect if some are just not saved, sometimes the sickness is unto death, and our allotted time in life is fulfilled. 80% of all diseases are spiritually rooted which means that.

In Ezekiel there is allusion, in the statement that the king of Babylon "looked upon the liver," to one of the most ancient of all modes of divination. The first recorded instance of divination (q.v.) is that of the teraphim of Laban. By the teraphim the LXX. and Josephus understood "the liver of goats.". The overall goal of the book is to help you toward spiritual, as opposed to material, perception, and it's nicely fulfilled. Read more. 16 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. ConsumerReporter. out of 5 stars Best book! Reviewed in the United States on January 5, Reviews: K.   GALLBLADDER, Emotional and Spiritual meaning: The gallbladder is a pear-shaped tank in which the bile secreted by the liver accumulates and where is retained, to pour in digestion when necessary. It's like a load of aggressiveness that is retained for use at the right time. The Spiritual Orchid is the name of the library of the Emperor, and as a ’Secret Treatise‘ this chapter is one that is considered to contain great wisdom and illumination. Claude Larre pp / x .