Ici nous décrivons le développement de la Signification du Programme Spécial Biologique et nous verrons les bénéfices que cette connaissance peut nous apporter.
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2) A few thoughts on localization at the organ level, specifically: Why in the SBS of the mammary glands, does often only one mammary gland experience cell proliferation:
The exact localization in a tissue is at this time more understandable in some organs than in others.
In the case of the skin for example, many conflict nuances are already known; why for example, redness and inflammation occur in the elbow, on the eyelid, on the lip, the fingers, etc.
For other organs, for example, the mammary glands, this has not yet been studied more closely. The localization is basically at the point that is perceived as insufficient for the situation and therefore an adaptation attempt in the form of an SBS is triggered.
In its assignments, the brain appears to be as specific as possible, i.e. it is not the entire body that is affected, but the breast. But not the entire breast, only the mammary glands. But not all mammary glands; only one, or those in a specific area.
One guess is that the affected area is that which is most intensively perceived in the conflictive context. If the baby has, for example, always been breastfed in a certain way, and at the same time always touches a certain point of the mother’s breast with its hands, she could link this location most strongly « with the child ».
If her partner has often touched her breasts in a certain way, in the future, these areas could be connected with « the partner ». This assumption is only about the localization within one breast, not about which breast reacts – this also has to do with certain groups of people (see the topics « mother/child and partner side » or « Handedness »).
So if the SBS now initiates an functional increase at that location, the child would naturally suckle there. If the milk is still not enough, presumably more mammary glands would increase their function, to fulfill an actual need – until the child can once again care for itself. Then, the SBS is done and the function normalizes again.
Since in humans, an SBS often starts only to be greeted with no actual child which to nourish, it continues with its initial functional increase. These are my thoughts and current “Theory”.