Me and You - Spectrum of Homeopathy 02/2017
Bhawisha Joshi: I need you
The central theme of the third row, the development of one‘s own identity in relationship to others, is first depicted in terms of the number of electrons contained in each element, and then interpreted at the human level. This row is particularly concerned with social needs such as sustenance, esteem, and love as well as feelings such as loneliness, neglect, and insult if these needs are not met. The author sketches the characteristics of these themes for the individual elements of the third row, indicating the relationships to other remedy families and natural kingdoms. A case history is used to demonstrate how these themes are used in homeopathic practice.
keywords: Alumina, bird remedies, Chlorum, Hamamelidae, Magnesium, milk remedies, minerals, Natrium, periodic table, Phosphorus, Silicea, Silicium series, stages, Sulphur, tonsillitis