Massimo Mangialavori is one of the great homeopaths of our time. His view of groups and families has opened up new dimensions for homeopathy. He runs a homeopathic centre in Modena, Italy, and occupies himself intensively with psychological and psychiatric cases.
In his presentation, Mangialavori sheds light on the subject of “insecurity” from various angles. What forms does insecurity take and where could they come from? He uncovers various types of neurosis using several mental disorders such as paranoia, compulsion and neurosis as examples; narcissistic injury may also be a trigger.
In doing so, he expressly emphasises the value of somatic symptoms above emotional symptoms. The term CORPUS, created by him to express a centre between the body and the mind, is for him an individual expression of the suffering felt.
He supplements his remarks with appropriate groups of remedies, e.g. the barium, magnesium and aluminium salts. Certain plant remedies such as the Compositae and Solanaceae also come under intensive discussion, as do some insects.
Mangialavori has a huge treasury of homeopathic knowledge which he is constantly adding to. Some of his approaches and experiences were recorded here at the Mental Health Congress 2012.
- Definition of Insecurity
- The Concept of CORPUS
- Risk of Misinterpretation
- Insecurity and Physical Symptoms
- Insecurity and Narcissism
- Possible Classification of Insecurity
- Other Forms of Insecurity
- Compensation Mechanisms
- Case: Trombidium muscae domesticae (Trom)
You can also purchase the complete DVD set of the Mental Health Congress.