girl2010 on 2009-12-21
There are many differences between these two, which should make it easy for a homoeopath to decide between them. It will be impossible for the person needing them to make this decision, as it is extremely difficult to see outside of your own disease state to make those kinds of objective observations. Every remedy can look like you, it is impossible to determine which of the subtle variations between them matches you.
Heartbreak and betrayal are very common human experiences, there is not just one or two remedies for it. Every remedy can experience it, but how they experience it tells you what remedy they need (assuming it is part of their disease).
Just because someone has experienced something in their life does not automatically make it part of their disease. The homoeopath has to separate disease symptoms from non-disease expressions (things that have nothing to do with the internal disturbance of the vital energy).
Understanding what is disease and what is not, is vital in sorting out which symptoms are used to decide on a remedy. You do not prescribe a remedy just on every little thing
No remedy should take care of just the emotions, that is a badly prescribed remedy. A remedy, a well prescribed one, will improve the person on all levels, perhaps not at the same pace, but over a period of time. Whenever the simillimum is given, you will see profound changes in every aspect of the person.
There are lots of ways to decide between remedies - Peculiar symptoms, General themes, Kingdom expressions, Miasmatic characteristics, Central Delusion, Underlying Sensation, and so on. What the person shows, it what decides how you approach discovering the remedy they need. People don't just all show disease in one manner, people are individuals with all sorts of different ways of expressing their disease. You have to be flexible in your approach.
These two remedies have lots of differences - from one being a Plant and the other a Mineral, to one being in the C-ancer miasm and the other being in the Malarial one. Even these basic differences puts the remedies worlds apart when you look deeply into the case.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 7 years agoIgnatia also hates consolation and fuss, they prefer to cry on their own. This is one of the similarities between the two remedies.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 7 years ago
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