Bärengruppe

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Mammalia

Allerlei: Attribut Roman: Diana. o. Flora/Greek: Artemis

China: Tapferkeit, Stärke, Geburt eines Sohnes; Symbol für das Sternbild des „Scheffels“ (Großer Wagen);

 

[Karasee Pillay]

Bear medicine: Brown, furry roots, high in oils, spicy and warming, that the bears like to eat in the spring: angelica, osha root, bear root (Lomatium), balsam root (Balsamorrhiza sagitatta), spikenard (Aralia racemosa), and sunflower (Helianthus annuus).

Some times it is the seedpod that is brown and furry: American licorice (Glycerrhiza). Burdock (Arctium lappa) is an Old World native which is a bear medicine -- root brown, oily, and warm, seedpod brown and furry. These remedies act on the adrenal cortex, to fatten up, or strengthen the parasympathetic, to relax and dream.

The second kind of Bear medicines are found in midsummer, when Bear needs to cool off and reduce blood sugar levels. They are the berries: raspberry, blackberry, huckleberry, blueberry, strawberry, bearberry, elderberry.

[Medicine Cards]

The strength of Bear medicine is the power of introspection. It lies in the West on the great medicine wheel of life. Bear seeks honey, or the sweetness of truth, within the hollow of an old tree.

In the winter, when the Ice Queen reigns and the face of death is upon the Earth, Bear enters the womb-cave to hibernate, to digest the year's experience. It is said that our goals reside in the West also. To accomplish the goals and dreams that we carry, the art of introspection is necessary.

To become like Bear and enter the safety of the womb- cave, we must attune ourselves to the energies of the Eternal Mother, and receive nourishment from the placenta of the Great Void. The Great Void is the place where all solutions and answers live in harmony with the questions that fill our realities. If we choose to believe that there are many questions to life, we must also believe that the answers to these questions reside within us.

Each and every being has the capacity to quiet the mind, enter the silence and know.

Many tribes have called this space of inner-knowing the Dream Lodge, where the death of the illusion of physical reality overlays the expansiveness of eternity. It is in the Dream Lodge that our ancestors sit in Council and advise us regarding alternative pathways that lead to our goals. this is the power of Bear.

The female receptive energy that for centuries has allowed visionaries, mystics, and shamans to prophesy is contained in this very special Bear energy. In India, the cave symbolizes the cave of Brahman. Brahman's cave is considered to be the pineal gland that sits in the center of the four lobes of the brain.

If one were to imagine an overview of the head, the top of it would be a circle. The South would be the forehead, the North the back of the skull, the West would be the right brain, and the east the left brain.

Bear is in the West, the intuitive side, the right brain. To hibernate, Bear travels to the cave, which is the center of the four lobes where the pineal gland resides. In the cave, Bear seeks answers

while dreaming or hibernating. Bear is then reborn in the spring, like the opening of spring flowers.

For eons, all seekers of the Dreamtime and of visions have walked the path of silence, calming the internal chatter, reaching the place of rites of passage - the channel or pineal gland. From the cave

of Bear, you find the pathway to the Dream Lodge and the other levels of imagination or consciousness. In choosing Bear, the power of knowing has invited you to enter the silence and become acquainted with the Dream Lodge, so that your goals may become concrete realities. This is the strength of Bear.

Contrary

If you have drawn Bear reversed, your internal dialogue may have confused your perception of your true goals. In seeking answers or advise from others, you may have

placed your own feelings and knowing aside. The time has come to regain your authority, for no one knows better than yourself what is proper and timely for your evolution.

Reclaim the power of knowing. Find joy in the silence and richness of the mother's womb. Allow the thoughts of confusion to be lain to rest as clarity emerges from the West, nurturing your dreams as the Earth Mother nourishes us all.

Bear in the contrary position is teaching you that only through being your own advisor can you attain your true goals. Anything less than the doing of that which gives you the most joy is denial. To achieve happiness you must know yourself. To know yourself is to know your body, your mind, and your spirit. Use your strengths to overcome your weaknesses and know that both are necessary in your evolution.

Journey with Bear to the quietness of your cave and hibernate in silence. Dream your dreams and own them. Then in strength you will be ready to discover the honey that is

waiting in the Tree of Life.

Overview

The Bear is an animal that hibernates in caves to get away from the outside environment. So as a power animal, it indicates that you have to search within to fullfill your hopes and aspirations, or to find solutions to your problems. Bear is concerned with the reaching of goals. Just as a bear withdraws from the outside world when it hibernates, so

should you withdraw from your entanglements and seek refuge within - in the silence where the power of knowing is, and where they answers to your needs, and the harmony you seek, lie hidden.

Bear also stresses the importance of the - the time to nurture your dreams and aspirations in a quiet period, and to seek ways to "own" them so they can become practical realities.

Bear is the power of the meditative state. So if you have Bear as a power animal ask it to help you find the center of your being -the place of perfect balance and harmony- and make sure that time

for inner looking becomes part of your daily routine. Strength comes from looking within.

Go within. Personal strength comes from inner knowing.

Source: Sams, Jamie and Carson, David.

 

Lac Ursinum 

http://heilpraktikerfabianstrumpf.de/wp-content/uploads/Lac-ursinum.pdf

Vergleich:

Siehe: Lacs allgemein

 

[Georg M. Kissling]

Fabian Strumpf ist von Statur her ein “Bär”. Er hat sich mit 2 Milchmitteln auseinandergesetzt und trägt hier seine Erfahrungen vor. Er erzählt wie er sich über die Begegnung mit

Der Lac lupinum (= Wolfsmilch), ausgehend von einem Traum, dazu entschloss, sich auch dem Bären näher zuzuwenden - Lac ursinum (= Bärenmilch) ist bislang fast unbekanntes Mittel.

Er führt in die Natur und Lebensweise des Bären ein, in dessen Eigenarten und Charakteristika und seine Angst vor dem (Jagd-)Hund.

Was bedeutet das vor die Verschreibung von Lac ursinum?

Fabian Strumpf hat das Mittel geprüft und entdeckte Phänomene, Aspekte und Themen.

Zentral: der Einzelgänger im Rudel wie gehäuft in bestimmten Jugendszenen vorkommt.

Fabian Strumpf praktiziert Homöopathie in Berlin und hat einen schamanischen Hintergrund.

Der Bär als „Hüter und Heiler“

Der Bär ist ein Winterschläfer und ein Einzelgänger. Im Sommer ist er unentwegt auf der Suche nach Nahrung. Eine Leckerbissen ist Bienenhonig. Reist auch Schafen, Rehen, Schafen.

Während die Bärin mit der Aufzucht der Jungtiere beschäftigt ist, zieht der männliche Bär die Einsamkeit vor und lebt von seinem Nachwuchs getrennt.

Ursos arctos (= Braunbär) benötigt ein ausgedehntes Jagdgebiet. Seit einigen Jahren ist er wieder zurück in der Schweiz.

Häufig entstehen, meist aus menschlichem Fehlverhalten, eine Annäherung von Bären an die menschliche Umwelt endet oft tödlich für die Tiere. Speiseresten aus frei zugänglichen

Nahrungsabfallquellen riecht ein Bär aus grösster Distanz.

 

Milchmittel haben sich in der Praxis als effiziente Arzneistoffe ausgewiesen. In den letzte Jahren sind die Milchmittel neu erforscht und differenziert worden.

Bekannt wurde das Milch fundamentelle Anteile des Lebens beinhaltet und ausdrückt.

 

Der Bär ist ein furchtloses, majestätisches Tier. Schmückt Fahnen und Wappen. Bären kommen global vor, früher auch in Europa. Wurde vom Mensch beinahe ausgerottet.

Hat einen Platz in beinahe jedem Kinderzimmer. Ist ein Allesfresser (Fleisch und Pflanzen). Ein scheuer Einzelgänger, meidet Begegnungen mit Menschen, riecht der Mensch schon

lange vor der Mensch der Bär sieht..

Zieht sich im Winter in zur Winterruhe in Höhlen zurück, bekommt meist 2 Jungen.

Steinaltäre mit grossen Menge Bärenknochen, zeigen dass der Mensch in Urzeiten der Bär verehrt hat. Der Bär ist Mittler zwischen Erdegöttin und Himmelsgott.

Der „Grosse“ Bär ist eines der wichtigsten Sternbilder; Er zeigt zum Nordstern, einem wichtigen Orientierungspunkt in der Seefahrt.

Urs, Ursula, Ursina, Bernhard, Bernd, Bertram, Björn, Berlin verweisen aus Stärke, Tapferkeit, Ruhe und Kraft mit dem der Mensch schützen, halten, (er-)tragen kann.

Artemis geweiht. Thor und Berne, ist Mondgöttin, geweiht. Zyklen, Kreise, Spiralen, Innen- und Ausenwelt, natürlichen Schutz, Selbstversorgung.

Bären gelten als Beschützer der Kinder, des Waldes und der Natur. Bären sind Könige der Tiere. Ihren Rat und Tat würde geschätzt.

Verleiht Fähigkeit in der inneren und äusseren Welt zu sein, einen unabhängige Standpunkt einnehmen.

 

„Prüfungssymptome“

Unzufrieden, gelangweilt

Kontakt mit fremden Menschen mit weniger Angst und Beunruhigung

Verlangen Hund zu töten und auszuweiden

Verlangt Abwechselung: geistig rege,aktiv # zurückgezogener Stille

Verlangen nach sich selbst, sich selbst zu sein

Zeitgefühl verändert

Angst: versorgt sein, Geld, Sicherheit

„Als ob was Wichtigessen vergessen ist“ „Als ob Pflichten vernachlässigt“

„Als ob der Körper grösser ist“

„Als ob Haaren im l. Mundwinkel, auf der Zunge und im hinteren Mundraum

Angst/Sorgen/Beunruhigung wird in den Füssen und in den Armen empfunden“

Zuerst nachtaktiv, dann einpendelend

Wetter stört nicht: komme besser mit feucht-regenerisch-kalten-windigen Tagen besser zurecht

 

„Zentrale“ Themen

Kraft kommt aus der Mitte

Erlöstes Einzelgängertum

Sich selbst genügen

Selbstzufriedenheit

Selbstverständnis

Spielerische Leichtigkeit

Sich selbst Lehrer und Heiler sein

Schutz

[Medicine Cards]

The strength of Bear medicine is the power of introspection. It lies in the West on

the great medicine wheel of life. Bear seeks honey, or the sweetness of truth, within the

hollow of an old tree. In the winter, when the Ice Queen reigns and the face of death is upon

the Earth, Bear enters the womb-cave to hibernate, to digest the year's experience. It is said

that our goals reside in the West also. To accomplish the goals and dreams that we carry,

the art of introspection is necessary.

To become like Bear and enter the safety of the womb- cave, we must attune

ourselves to the energies of the Eternal Mother, and receive nourishment from the placenta

of the Great Void. The Great Void is the place where all solutions and answers live in

harmony with the questions that fill our realities. If we choose to believe that there are many

questions to life, we must also believe that the answers to these questions reside within us.

Each and every being has the capacity to quiet the mind, enter the silence and know.

Many tribes have called this space of inner-knowing the Dream Lodge, where the

death of the illusion of physical reality overlays the expansiveness of eternity. It is in the

Dream Lodge that our ancestors sit in Council and advise us regarding alternative pathways

that lead to our goals. this is the power of Bear.

The female receptive energy that for centuries has allowed visionaries, mystics, and

shamans to prophesy is contained in this very special Bear energy. In India, the cave

symbolizes the cave of Brahman. Brahman's cave is considered to be the pineal gland that

sits in the center of the four lobes of the brain.

If one were to imagine an overview of the head, the top of it would be a circle. The

South would be the forehead, the North the back of the skull, the West would be the right

brain, and the east the left brain.

Bear is in the West, the intuitive side, the right brain. To hibernate, Bear travels to

the cave, which is the center of the four lobes where the pineal gland resides. In the cave,

Bear seeks answers while dreaming or hibernating. Bear is then reborn in the spring, like the

opening of spring flowers.

For eons, all seekers of the Dreamtime and of visions have walked the path of

silence, calming the internal chatter, reaching the place of rites of passage - the channel or

pineal gland. From the cave of Bear, you find the pathway to the Dream Lodge and the

other levels of imagination or consciousness. In choosing Bear, the power of knowing has

invited you to enter the silence and become acquainted with the Dream Lodge, so that your

goals may become concrete realities. This is the strength of Bear.

Contrary

Medicine Cards: Bear

2

If you have drawn Bear reversed, your internal dialogue may have confused your

perception of your true goals. In seeking answers or advise from others, you may have

placed your own feelings and knowing aside. The time has come to regain your authority,

for no one knows better than yourself what is proper and timely for your evolution. Reclaim

the power of knowing. Find joy in the silence and richness of the mother's womb. Allow

the thoughts of confusion to be lain to rest as clarity emerges from the West, nuturing your

dreams as the Earth Mother nourishes us all.

Bear in the contrary position is teaching you that only through being your own

advisor can you attain your true goals. Anything less than the doing of that which gives you

the most joy is denial. To achieve happiness you must know yourself. To know yourself is

to know your body, your mind, and your spirit. Use your strengths to overcome your

weaknesses and know that both are necessary in your evolution.

Journey with Bear to the quietness of your cave and hibernate in silence. Dream

your dreams and own them. Then in strength you will be ready to discover the honey that is

waiting in the Tree of Life.

Overview

The Bear is an animal that hibernates in caves to get away from the outside

environment. So as a power animal, it indicates that you have to search within to fulfill your

hopes and aspirations, or to find solutions to your problems. Bear is concerned with the

reaching of goals. Just as a bear withdraws from the outside world when it hibernates, so

should you withdraw from your entanglements and seek refuge within - in the silence where

the power of knowing is, and where they answers to your needs, and the harmony you seek,

lie hidden.

Bear also stresses the importance of the - the time to nurture your dreams and

aspirations in a quiet period, and to seek ways to "own" them so they can become practical

realities.

Bear is the power of the meditative state. So if you have Bear as a power animal ask

it to help you find the center of your being - the place of perfect balance and harmony - and

make sure that time for inner looking becomes part of your daily routine. Strength comes

from looking within.

Go within. Personal strength comes from inner knowing.

Source: Sams, Jamie and Carson, David.

 

Ailuropoda melanoleuca. = Giant Panda/= vegetarische Bär

Allium ursinum = Hexenzwiefel/= Daslook/= Bärlauch Asparagales.

Astragallus glycophyllos = Baerenschote Fabales.

Erio. = Yerba Santa/= Consumptive’s weed/= Mountain Balm/= Bear’s weed.

Galle. Ursodeoxycholic acid/found in the bile of bears/used for centuries in Chinese medicine. Its cholagogue properties make it particularly useful in cholestasis (cirrhosis) (Urofalk®).

Garrya Fremontii = California fever. bush/= skunk. Bush/= bear bush Cornales.

Glycyrg. = Süßholz/= Bärendreck/= Réglissa /= Licorice

Hell-v. = Wolfszahn/= Grüne Nieswurz/= Feuerwurz/= Bärenfuss/= Läusekraut/= Teufelskraut

Hera. = Wiesen Bärenklau/= Fausse branc/= Common cowparshnip/= Hogweed

Heracleum mantegazzianum. = Riesenbärenklau/= Herkulesstaude/= Herkuleskraut/= Stalins Rache

Lac ursinum. = Bärenmilch

Lao-tse. legendärer chinesischer Philosoph/Name auch Laotse, Lao-Tse o. Lao-tzu geschrieben) ist Teil von Sternzeichen des Großen Bärs/Vermittler. zwischen Himmel und Erde

Ligusticum mutellina = Mutterkraut/= Bärenfenchel. Lamiales.

Lyc. = Sporen/= Common clubmoss/= Druidenkraut/= Bärlapp/= Wolf’s claw/= Hexenkraut

Polym. = Bear’s foot/= Schlangenmoos/= Waldstaub/= Erdschwefel/= Blitzpulver/= Teufelsklaue/= Löwefuss

Spiraea ulmaria. = Wiesen Geißbartwurzel/= Bocksbart/= Reine de prés/= Meadowsweet/= Bärmutterkraut/= Bridewort

Uva. ursi = bear’s claw

Yuc. = Bärengras/= Palm-lilie/= Adam's needle

Xero. = Turkeybeard/= Bärengras/= Basket Grass Flower/= Tamalpais Lily

 

 

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