Problem children? - Spectrum of Homeopathy 01/2015
Deborah Collins: Carrying the burdens of the family's past
Looking deep into the past to discover “that which needs to be healed”
Sometimes, it is necessary to look deeply into the patient’s past in order to discover “that which needs to be healed.” In children, we often find unresolved situations around conception, birth or very early childhood but, sometimes, children seem to bear the problems of earlier generations, playing out that which their ancestors had no opportunity to resolve. The following is an example of such a transgenerational situation.
KEYWORDS: temper tantrums, violent rage, transgenerational problems, worm infestation, Lac equinum, Cina officinalis, Ammonium carbonicum