dreams about catsHello!
Maybe you can answer my questions because I do not really have a solution for that.
I am continously dreaming of cats and mostly these dreams are nightmares and really scaring. Cats are trying to kill me and I have these dreams for more than two years now.
I also have problems of physical nature, including hairloss, bad digestion with flatulence and nervousness with aggressiveness. Also my nose inside is very dry and blocked.
These dreams are really bad. I dream a lot about animals, but as I told you, mostly about cats.
Does this lead you to a special remedy or do you need more information?
Thanks for help in advance
innanna on 2005-05-02
This remedy has characteristucs which seem to confirm your condition .
It cannot eat any rich food only very bland food.
It also is easy going/timid up to a point and then very stubborn.
Also works for obstructed nose .
So get some Pulsatilla 10m and take one dose on three sucessive nights before going to sleep. Wait 2 weeks and report.
passkey last decade
thank you for your response. I wonder if I can take Pulsatilla since I have the picture of a blond, timid, girl in front of me. I am darkhaired and rather a Sepia type. Though, if you think Pulsatilla might anyway work for me I will try as you suggested.
innanna last decade
However there is a relationship between Puls and Sepia .
Sepia follows well AFTER Puls so it may be best to use Puls wait a week or more and when we have a "level playing field " with nothing happening then we can switch to Sepia.
IF the problems are not solved completely.
passkey last decade
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