Homeopathy Tips for 4/22/08 Mind Rubrics

        When doing homeopathy it is very helpful to have a complete knowledge of the repertory, especially the mind section. Obviously it is so large it would probably be impossible to memorize it all.  But there are a few rubrics that come up often that it is good to be familiar with. These rubrics can often be seen in case-taking and could help lead to the best remedy.

       Study these rubrics and get to know the remedies they contain. Having these as one of the tools in your toolbox will help you immensely.

  • Ennui – When there is a weary sense of dissatisfaction.
  • Superstitious – When a person trusts in something; saying or action, a fetish, habit, amulet, ie. “knock on wood”
  • Weeping; with sympathy for others – When they are easily moved to tears by the suffering of others.
  • Stupefaction – A state where the person is unable to react or respond to a situation or life; either through shock and amazement or groggy and insensible.
  • Sensitive; to noise – When there is an apprehension or fearful state as a result of a perception of unpleasant sounds.
  • Unreal; everything seems – When things seem to be perceived as odd or unbelievable.
  • Daydreaming – When there are spells of inattention or a waking dream state. Inability to focus because of a preoccupation of the mind.
  • Company, aversion to – When the person prefers to be alone.
  • Indolence – aversion to work or laziness.
  • Absent minded – Similar to daydreaming but without the coherency of thought, forgetful.
  • Anger; from contradiction – Always angry if others do not agree with him.
  • Industrious – a workaholic, always working.
  • Occupation; ameliorates – When work or activity makes them feel better.
  • Anxiety; over trifles – Little things are always worrying them.
  • Clairvoyance – When they claim to have psychic experiences.
  • Undertakes; many things, perseveres in nothing – When a person takes on many projects and never finishes them.
  • Anxiety; about health – When they talk about their health and have much concern that they are OK and may need reassurance.
  • Obstinate – A stubborn persistent individual.
  • Dwells; on past disagreeable experiences – When they cannot get a past hurt off of their mind.
  • Laughing; over serious matters – When the person laughs as they are telling their painful story.
  • Censorious – A very judgmental person who may have fixed ideas about someone else when talking about others.
  • Time; passes too quickly – The day seems to pass in mere minutes.
  • Thoughts; persistent – When a person cannot get a thought out of their mind.
  • Reveals; secrets – They cannot keep a secret.
  • Dictatorial – Always telling others what to do or how to do it.
  • Mortification – Humiliation and possible embarrassment.
  • Will; contradiction of – When they cannot come to easy resolution and argue issues in their head.

      This is only a partial list of rubrics to get to know. Use these as an inspiration to study the Mind section more. They  will help you if you get to know them. Study the remedies and when you are familiar with them they can help you with remedy confirmation as well. They come up more often that you might think.

If this was helpful, you can leave a message below. Your comments are appreciated.

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21 comments so far

  1. ginni on

    everything is always helpful xxxxxxx

  2. dr naseer on

    hi Robert

    22.4.2008 is very helpful for repertory

    refernce. such articles are very important

    to memorize and pass to the students of

    homoeopathic system . I highly appreciated

    such artilces great efforts for doctors who

    know the deep knowlege of repertory.

    thnaks one again

    good help to read more knowlege

    to help us.

  3. Azad on

    Please visit the following link, you will get correct interpretation on all the rubrics
    http://www.similima.com/repertory.htm

  4. Camilla on

    I find your e-mails a very welcome input to my studies… Thank you very much. Nice to see other people who want to promote the ways of the “old-school”.

  5. Tedi on

    Thanks Robert

    I have really edjoyed the newletters. They are very helpful

  6. Tedi on

    Robert, You had mentioned a rubric in class a couble of months ago i had not heard before. I have not been able to find it again.

    It was when someone becomes distressed or feels strong emotional pain when reading about(ie in the newspaper) or hearing about others bad news,or sad situations.

    Can you tell me again what that rubric is?
    Thank you

    Tedi,
    Mind; horrible,sad stories effect profoundly, agg.
    Robert Field

  7. Lucinda on

    Thanks for the tips, Robert. Getting the mind rubrics right on is so important. This list is a great tool.
    Have Fun!

  8. Keli on

    Robert,

    Thanks for this info, I am finding that it is quite indespensible in learning effective case-taking. However it is through the amazing constructs that your school takes, where live cases are the basis for learning, that brings this information to life for me. The studying of text is great for the purpose of having the information “in” the brain somewhere, but I find that as a live person describes their dis-ease and the ways in which they suffer, the information that is learned through written word transforms into a sense of knowing and feeling that can not be duplicated in any other way. For me it is trough real people and their story of how they suffer that real knowledge graces my studies. Thanks Robert!

    Keli

  9. Lora E on

    This list is going to be very helpful in case-taking. Sometimes looking through the repertory can be overwhelming, so this list is a good jumping off point for the more common things that people go through.
    On another note, the emergency homeopathy lecture came in handy last night when my 8mo old had a sudden fever. Instead of reaching for the baby aspirin, I reached for Belladonna and let him be. It came down on its own and he seems to be fine today. Thanks!

  10. Annu on

    Hi,sir
    Thanks for these wonderful and simplified mind rubrics.Its really very difficult to understand what actually the masters have tried to explain for each remedy in their individual repotery.So it will be lot easier for a practioner if he gets the real and simplified understanding of such words.so looking for such type of more works in future.thanks again.

  11. mah- jabeen on

    dear, thanks for these use full information .my Allah help you such type of more work in future . take care .

  12. Dr R K Gupta on

    Dear Sir,
    thanks for simplified & explnd. mind rubrics.
    Pl. carry on this in future.
    With good wishes
    dr gupta r.k.

  13. Dr.Ghulam Mustsfa on

    Hay! Mr.Robert
    It is a very good effort but i not see here
    about HALUCINATION which is very common symptom
    in a sensational pt. THANKS
    Dr.G.Mustafa SAHIWAL PAKISTAN

  14. mind rubrick on

    plz send me more mind rubrics n there explanation

  15. Prashant on

    Sir i want 2 learn homoeopathy plz help me

  16. tariq on

    dear sir,mind symptoms are chief to slect the remedy dr good information god bless u

  17. dr.ashok on

    matter is very informative,plz simplified all of them with thier cross references.thank you.

  18. saheeda on

    its nice experience

  19. drsathyaraj on

    wonderful thank u

  20. akash on

    very nicely described n simplified .thnx lot

  21. ravindra bhandarkar on

    Very nice article u have given, its very helpful for repertorization.


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