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Psychology of Graphites

     
   
     

►  A great many Graphites cases are given Calcarea, Pulsatilla and Natrum Muriaticum (without much effect), since these types have many features in common.

►  Graphites people have a kind of innocence. They are uncomplicated without being stupid, much as Calcarea people are.

►  Graphites differs from Calcarea in being more emotional and a little more introspective and shy. Her shyness (the vast majority of Graphites people are female) and her softness resembles that of Pulsatilla at first glance, but she is generally a deeper, more subtle person than Pulsatilla.

►  Graphites are gentle and sensitive, and yet more 'grounded' or down to earth than China, Phosphorus and Pulsatilla.

►  Graphites women are often to be found in the caring professions

►  The Graphites individual does not share only her positive characteristics with Calcarea, Natrum and Pulsatilla. Her negative traits can also be found on the whole in these other types.

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The psychology of Mercury

► Mercurius, who is attracted to electronic gadgets, and gets bored with people

► they are eternal child 

     
   
     

► they are equipped with multiple talent

► very sensitive to temperature changes

► The Mercurius fool is not a proud type. He will talk to anyone. The question is, will anyone listen?

► Generally Mercurius is less aggressive

► The Mercurius fool tends to be very absent minded. One reason is that he lives entirely in the present. 

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The psychology of Syphilinum

     
   
     
  • Syphilinum itself has a strange and disturbed mental picture

 

  • and can be spotted almost exclusively on the basis of physical symptomatology, family history and general features

 

  • The strangest and most fascinating aspect of Syphilinum's personality profile is the tendency for the individual to be attracted to all things connected with death.

 

  • most of the Syphilinum people I have treated have had a fine appreciation for beauty, and also a tendency to collect things

 

  • Given the origin of the nosode, it seems somehow fitting that Syphilinum individuals often have a fear of contamination.

 

  • One of the characteristic features of Syphilinum is a tendency to be self-destructive - to harm oneself

 

  • None of my Syphilinum patients have been alcoholics, but many seemed to use alcohol to excess when they were depressed, and many had a family history of either alcoholism or suicide (which has been confirmed by many other homeopaths).
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Vaishnavi defeated Dengue

A Delicate Doll Defeated the Dreaded Dengue

     
   

In the evening of 25.9.13 my beti Vashnavi was down with the Dengue. She was reporting a bone-breaking pain all over and on measurement her temperature was found crossing 102 Deg F. She was almost unconscious and not in a position to tell me all her symptoms. I talked to one of my doctor friends who had seen her in the day time. He told me that she was suffering from Dengue.

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Homeopathic Miasms

By Roger Morrison

Miasm is staging a comeback. After nearly sinking into oblivion, Hahnemann’s concept is receiving tremendous attention in many locations. Harry van der Zee published his, Miasms during Labor describing the miasms in terms of Grof’s psychological insights. Jeremy Sherr recently published his scholarly book, Dynamic Materia Medica: A Study of the Syphilitic Miasm. Rudolph Ballentine’s new book, Radical Healing deals mainly with miasm. And Rajan Sankaran has been slowly evolving his concept of miasm for the past 10 or more years. Why this sudden rebirth of interest in the concept that Hahnemann proposed 175 years ago?

A Little History . . .

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Allergies and Homeopathy

     
   
     

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