An abscess is a localized mass of pus that can erupt anywhere on the surface of the body. In the case of a warm abscess (by far the most common), the purulent gathering develops quickly and is accompanied by the four signs of inflammation: cyst, redness, warmth and pain. The slow formation of liquid and no apparent sign of inflammation, on the other hand, characterize a cold abscess.
Presence of an abscess indicates repressed anger that is brought to the surface during moments of despair, feelings of powerlessness and lack of success. The pleasure of living is being drowned in sadness and anger. Abscesses are also painful, indicating that guilt is felt in the face of the anger. To determine the root of the anger, note the location of the abscess. If it's on a leg, the anger can be interpreted as frustration about the direction your life is taking, anxiety about the future or about going forward. Read the following and also refer to the relevant location.
Just as the physical body must be kept clean to avoid infection, so must your thoughts be cleansed. Is it possible that you have unhealthy thoughts about yourself or about someone else? Are you angry with someone about something that happened in the past and have wanted to express this anger, but suppressed it instead to the point where you can no longer control yourself? There is probably some shame related to a fear that's festering inside you.