Ignatia Dosing After Traumatic IncidentHello,
I am taking Ignatia for physical symptoms that have manifested after some traumatic incidences. My last dose of Ignatia 200C was the night before last. Tonight some of the source of my suppressed emotions resurfaced. I had a fight with my mother because she had been drinking; I was reminded of how I used to react to her coldness. I can't get through to her when she's drinking. It makes me feel very alone and quite frankly betrayed. I got very frazzled and upset, letting it affect my view of the world. I've worked on how I react to this situation but it doesn't change how it makes me feel. I'm in the process of healing from physical symptoms such as constricted rectum, weak feeling in upper abdomen, gas, etc. I've already been in an odd mood from healing as well in general; after the incident I didn't feel like speaking to my family, I retreated within myself, and I feel like being alone. Do you think I should take another dose of the remedy?
Thank you so much for your responses.
mannyvanz on 2016-11-25
There is a sharp division among homeopaths on dosing.
Homeopaths who call themselves as the masters have 'their own' review systems. They say that in the absence of these review systems one cannot decide on further dosing and if some dosing here and there goes wrong the whole case is spoiled.
While others think that homeopathic doses are very benign and there won't be any harm to the process of cure with some variations in dosing pattern.
i personally believe in the latter approach. i also believe that a person should himself take charge of his life processes than relying on some remedies for effecting drastic transformation. Remedies do help but it should not be taken very far i.e. the concept of healing should not be stretched too far.
[message edited by kadwa on Mon, 28 Nov 2016 08:17:58 UTC]
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