The way your pancreas functions, reflects your PERCEPTION, feelings and behavior of the reality you have created for you. Are you perceiving the sweetness and joy in your existence? The pancreas is designed to maintain the biology’s stability and any threat on the emotional, mental or physical level does create structural imbalances in your entire system. Any violent emotion, fear or attack received by you affects your stability and immediately paralyzes your digestive system, your production of insulin and what the liver needs. The pancreas evaluates and chooses the proper reaction for the continued survival of your biology. The pancreas is the main organ processing the fear you perceive and own in your reality.
Chronic thoughts and feelings of despair, anguish, fear and hopelessness decreases insulin production. Diabetes is created when insulin production of the pancreas declines, is exhausted and may cease to be produced. When your existence is perceived as a burden, it lacks the “sweetness of life.” When you lack compassion for you, when you don’t treat your biology compassionately, when you criticize, reject, hate and belittle yourself what is the point? Why keep up the fight to exist – that is the message the pancreas gets from you, its leader and perceiver of your joint reality.
To save your pancreas and your entire system, your perceptions need changing. Can you put your focus on what you are grateful for? Can you perceive the upside of your daily life? What are you willing to change to enjoy yourself more? What perceptions can you move into compassion?
The pancreas is a dual-function gland, having features of both endocrine and exocrine glands. The Pancreas is a reservoir of energy, an organ of stability and therefore tends to resist changes and fluctuations of moods. The pancreas holds the main reserve of energy for the biology to guarantee its survival. The spleen regulates the blood, while the pancreas regulates the reserve of Glycogen (stores carbohydrates) in the liver through the secretion of insulin. Pancreas influences and is influenced by your mental, intellectual, moral and sexual perceptions.