Calcium phosphoricum ossae [Calc-p-o] = phosphorsaurer Kalk

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Bovisgruppe + Phosphorus + Calcium

 

= Carb-a.-ähnLICH;

 

Proved by Allentown Academy C.Hering: This salt of lime was prepared and proved as follows:

... 2. Freitag: Calcinated bones powdered in diluted sulfuric acid dissolved till saturated, filtered, precipitated by carbonate of ammonia, washed with water.

Ursprünglich unter dem Namen Calcarea phosphorica bekannt – ist ein Klassiker der Homöopathie. Calcium phosphoricum ist ein Mittel, das bei Boehricke insbesondere

im Zusammenhang mit Anämie, Zahnungsbeschwerden bei Kindern und Knochenerkrankungen steht, um nur einige Schlagwörter zu nennen. Calcium phosphoricum findet

relativ häufig Anwendung, was besondere Mühe bei der Herstellung authentischer, den Beschreibungen der Arzneimittelprüfungen entsprechender Zubereitungen rechtfertigt. Gudjons hat daher die Quellen der homöopathischen Anwendung von Calcium phosphoricum und die Angaben zur Herstellung und Zusammensetzung näher untersucht, um

dies dann in der Herstellung der Produktlinie umzusetzen.

„Calciumphosphat“ klingt hinsichtlich der Anforderungen an die homöopathische Qualität nicht besonders aufregend und erscheint auch als offenbar eindeutig definiert:

Calcium phosphoricum HAB verweist auf die Monographie „Calciumhydrogenphosphat Dihydrat“ im Europäischen Arzneibuch. Das Europäische Arzneibuch (Ph. Eur.)

definiert eine Reinheit von mindestens 98% und verlangt damit eine sehr reine Substanz. Das Studium der Quellen für die homöopathische Arzneimittelprüfung zeigt aber,

dass dies nicht dem Material entsprechen kann, das bei der Prüfung zur Verfügung stand.

Die Wirksamkeit homöopathischer Arzneimittel beruht auf der Dokumentation von klinischen Beobachtungen bei der Gabe eines definierten Stoffes.

Homöopathische Arzneimittel, die ihre therapeutische Rechtfertigung aus diesen Beobachtungen beziehen, sollten sich daher an der Qualität und Zusammensetzung des

Rohstoffes orientieren, wie er bei der Arzneiprüfung zum Einsatz kam. Bei pflanzlichen Rohstoffen ist dies in der Regel nicht mit nennenswerten Schwierigkeiten verbunden.

Aber bei mineralischen Substanzen gilt es zu bedenken, dass die heutige Chemie sehr viel höhere Reinheitsstufen gestattet, als dies zu Zeiten von H., Clarke, Boehricke

oder Hering möglich war.

So beschrieb Hering in seiner Arzneimittelprüfung von Calcium phosphoricum die Herstellung von Calciumphosphat aus natürlichen Quellen wie Knochen oder Hirschgeweih

(C. Hering: Calcarea phosphorica. The Guiding Symptoms of our Materia Medica, Vol. III; B. Jain Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi; 223–246; 1991).

Reines Calciumhydrogenphosphat, wie es im Europäischen Arzneibuch beschrieben ist, stammt hingegen aus der Synthese von Calciumhydroxid und Phosphorsäure und kann

aus diesem Grund auch den im Arzneibuch geforderten Reinheitsgrad erreichen. Aus natürlichen Quellen gewonnenes Calciumhydrogenphosphat enthält zwangsweise auch

geringe Mengen an anderen mineralischen Begleitstoffen. Dies ist schon an der Farbe des Rohstoffs erkennbar: Während hochreines Calciumydrogenphosphat Ph. Eur. aus

weißen Kristallen besteht, ist der aus Knochen oder Geweih gewonnene Stoff leicht beige gefärbt.

Knochen und Geweihstangen sind reich an Calciumphosphat. Die typische Elementarzusammensetzung von Geweihstangen mit einer Restfeuchte von circa 8% beträgt etwa 20% Calcium und 10 % Phosphor. Daraus errechnet sich eine theoretische Ausbeute von 55 g Calciumhydrogenphosphat Dihydrat aus 100 g Hirschgeweih – allerdings ist durch die Aufreinigung mit Verlusten zu rechnen. In einem ersten Schritt muss das zerkleinerte Hirschgeweih mit konzentrierter Salzsäure behandelt werden.

Dabei reagiert das Calcium aus dem Geweih zu Calciumchlorid und Calciumdihydrogenphosphat, das in der Salzsäure löslich ist. Aus diesem Schritt gewinnt man durch

Filtrieren eine dunkelbraune Flüssigkeit.

Gibt man diesen Ansatz vorsichtig in ein Gefäß mit konzentriertem Ammoniak, fällt Calciumhydrogenphosphat aus, das im Anschluss filtriert wird.

Das so gewonnene Calciumhydrogenphosphat enthält auch nach mehrfacher Reinigung immer noch Spuren anderer Salze und sollte daher dem von Hering in seiner Arzneimittelprüfung verwendeten Material (veröffentlicht im Jahre 1991) sehr viel näherkommen als das hochreine Material aus dem Europäischen Arzneibuch.

Calcium phosphoricum ist damit ein Beispiel, wie die Definitionen der Arzneibücher dazu beitragen können, die Homöopathie von ihren Quellen zu entfernen.

Die Verwendung von Calciumhydrogenphosphat aus Hirschgeweih erlaubt dagegen den Bezug auf die Grundlagen der Arzneimittelprüfung. Der Aufwand für die Herstellung

des Rohstoffes ist natürlich viel höher als die Beschaffung von Calciumhydrogenphosphat Ph. Eur. – dieser Aufwand ist jedoch für den Patienten lohnenswert.

 

Negativ:

 

Complementary: Ruta.

 

Compatible: before Sulphur;

After: Ars. Iod. Merc. (incipient mesenteric tabes).

 

DD.: in bone affections, fistulæ, etc., Berb. Calc. Calc-f. Fl-ac. Ruta, Sil. Sulph. (joint affections, rheumatic and suppurative)., Berb. Kali-p. Nat-m. (hygroma); in dental caries,

Fl-ac. Mag-p. Sil. (in epilepsy). Calc. Ferr-p. Kali-m. Kali-p. Sil. (spasm of eyelids), Calc. Nux-v. (diabetes), Kali-p. Nat-p. (tabes mesenterica), Ars. Iod. Merc. (hemorrhoids),

Ferr-p. (worm affections), Nat-p. (removes disposition); Psor.: debility after acute diseases, Cham.: in peevishness and fretfulness of children, Cham.

 

Repertory:

A lack of definiteness or total loss of memory.

Forgetfullness, forgets what he has done a short while ago.

Writes wrong words, or same words twice.

Dullness: with every headache; < from bodily exertion; > from cold washing; from mental occupation.

Obtuse intellect; difficulty in performing intellectual operations; cannot clearly distinguish.

Stupidity; indifference; cretinism.

Likes to be alone.

She wishes to be at home, and, when at home, to go out; goes from place to place.

Involuntary sighing.

Often screaming and grasping with hands; cold sweat in face, body cold; children with open fontanelles.

Does not want to do what he has to do.

Feels as if she had been frightened.

Anxiousness with other complaints.

Anxiety of children: in pit of stomach; with bellyache; with chest complaints; with palpitation.

Peevish and fretful children. θ Cholera infantum.

Inclined to indignation and anger.

Feel complaints more when thinking about them.

Unpleasant news brings him beside himself; sweat breaks out.

Ailments from grief, disappointed love.

After vexation depressed; cannot work, walks as if lame; looseness of bowels.

Sensorium: Feeling of fullness and confusion, or a dullness accompanying headache.

Vertigo: on motion; when getting up, or rising from sitting; when walking in open air; < in windy weather; with costiveness of old people; dull headache, nausea,

complaints of eyes, neck, aching limbs; with whites before catamenia.

Old people stagger when getting up from sitting.

Head: Fullness and pressure in head, < from pressure of hat.

Pressure above eyes and towards them.

Headache over forehead, with tearing pains in arms and hands, most in wrists and right middle finger.

Headache on vertex and behind ears, with a drawing in muscles of neck, to nape and occiput.

Heat in head; burning on top, running down to toes.

Headache, throbbing through both sides, most after quick motion.

Aching, drawing pains around lateral protuberances of occiput.

Dullness with every headache; > from cold washing and mental occupation; < from bodily exertion.

Headache: with gastric symptoms, with uterine complaints, or following other sensations; in peevish and fretful children; < from change of weather, extending from

forehead to nose, or from temples to jaw, with some rheumatic feelings from clavicles to wrists; < when thinking about it, and in morning; > from cold washing and

mental occupation.

Headache of schoolgirls, with diarrhœa.

Rheumatic headache; < at night.

Hyperemia of brain.

Acute and chronic hydrocephalus and hydrocephaloid. θ Cholera infantum.

Hydrocephalus congenitus.

Sensation as if brain was pressed against skull. θ Fungus of cranium.

Meningitis involving bony structure of spine.

Idiopathic fungus of dura mater.

Stupid look, taking no interest in anything, keeps eyes shut, always < in wane of day, great inclination for salt meat or potatoes; fontanelles too much open. θ

Incipient hydrocephalus/Chronic hydrocephalus.

Brain fag.

Headache; head feels and is cold to touch.

Sore pain, drawing, rending, tearing in bones of skull, most along sutures of skull, particularly between frontal and parietal bones, or around temporal bones.

Crawls run over top of head; as if ice was lying on upper occiput.

Head is hot, with smarting of roots of hair.

Affections of bony structure of skull.

Skull very soft and thin, crackling like paper when pressed upon. θ Cholera infantum.

Fontanelles remain open too long, or close and reopen.

Nonunion of bones in fracture of skull, particularly in the aged.

Depression on occipital bone. θ Sanguineous occipital tumor.

(OBS:) Cranio tabes.

Encephalocele.

Cannot hold bead up; moves it from place to place; head totters.

Tied feeling or tension in scalp of forehead.

Itching black scurfs; poor crop of hair, or losing hair.

Scalp sore, hurts; creeping, numbness, or cold crawls, coldness on occiput.

Impetigo on scalp.

Scrofulous ulcers on top of head.

Eyes: Eyeballs hurt; aching as if beaten.

Cool feeling towards or back of eyes.

Sensation in eye, as if something was in it; renewed if others talk about it.

Squinting distortion of eyeballs, as if it was from pressure; eyeballs seem distended, they protrude somewhat.

Eyes red, capillary vessels visible in streaks from corners to cornea.

Conjunctivitis. θ Dentition.

Ulcers and spots on cornea.

Left eye much inflamed, cornea hazy, particularly upper portion, and traversed by red vessels; photophobia. θ Keratitis after variola.

Eyes water, most with gaping.

Furuncle between right eyebrow and upper lid, eye inflamed, lids falling or closed, most in morning.

Hot feeling in lids.

Sweat of brows and lids.

(OBS:) Spasm of eyelids.

Vision: Light, particularly candle or gaslight, hurts eyes.

Letters change into little black points, or small round grey spots, or as if a little bird was flying from left to right.

Shimmering, glittering, fiery circles; dreams of fire.

Veil over eyes; eyes misty. θ Amaurosis and cataract.

Ears: HEARING AND EARS. [6]

Earache, tearing, shooting, jerking pain; alternating or associated with rheumatic complaints.

Excoriating discharge from ears.

Heat of inner and outer ear.

Burning itching of outer ear in warm room.

Outer ears cold; cold and aching, or hot and aching.

Cold feeling or coldness of ears, followed by throbbing, heat and hard hearing.

Ears cold; point of nose cold.

Pimples on ears.

Soreness in and around ears.

Inner and outer ear swollen, red, sore, itching and hot.

Aching, pressing, tearing, rending in and around ears; most behind or below.

Burning pain on a small spot over right ear, highly sensitive to slightest touch.

All bones around ears ache and hurt; shooting outward.

Pain in processus zygomaticus.

Aching, sore pain in region of parotid glands.

Large ulcers above or around ears and in region of parotid glands.

Hearing: Singing and other noises, most in r. ear.

Difficult hearing.

Nose: Tickling in nose and sneezing.

Streaks of blood; nose bleeding in afternoon.

Biting stinging in front corner of left nostril, later right nostril; sneezing and running of tears.

Sneezing and soreness on edges of alæ, fluent coryza, in forenoon.

Coryza: fluent in cold room; stopped in warm air and out-doors.

Chronic catarrh, with scrofulous children.

(OBS:) Ozæna scrofulosa.

Large pedunculated nasal polypi.

Swollen nose with sore nostrils, small abscesses, ulcers, in scrofulous children.

Point of nose: icy cold; itching.

Face: Faceache (neuralgic rheumatic) < at night.

Pain in face, particularly in upper jaw bone, from right to left; extends from other parts to face, or from face to other parts.

Pale; sallow; yellowish; earthy; full of pimples.

Complexion dirty white or brownish. θ Cholera infantum.

Heat in face: in evening; with chill or other complaints.

Cold sweat on face; body cold.

Coppery face, full of pimples.

(In sick:) Warts on mouth.

Swollen upper lip; painful, hard and burning.

(In sick:) Swelling of submaxillary glands with soreness.

Teeth: Sensitive to chewing.

Pain in eye and stomach teeth.

Shooting in molars; all hollow teeth cannot bear air.

Toothache, with tearing, boring pain at night; < from warm and cold things.

Too rapid decay of teeth.

Slowness in teething; also in closing of fontanelles: complaints during teething.

Slow dentition, with cold tumors and emaciation.

(OBS:) Convulsions without fever during dentition.

Mouth: Foul taste and smell.

Flabby sweetish taste.

Disgusting taste when getting awake; < when hawking.

Bitter taste: in morning, with headache; particularly of wheat bread; at setting in of catamenia.

Tip of tongue sore, burning, little blisters on it.

Tongue swollen, numb, stiff; with pimples.

Tongue white furred at root, most in morning.

A sore spot inside of right cheek.

Dryness of mouth and tongue, into choanæ; with or without thirst.

Running of saliva with fluent coryza.

Palate and Throat: Sensation of weakness or emptiness in fauces and throat.

Fauces and uvula red and swollen; warm drink does not hurt.

Sore aching in throat; < when swallowing.

It hurts to swallow saliva, not food.

When swallowing, pain in tongue, fauces, pharynx, chest and pit of stomach.

Dryness in throat at night.

Sore throat: with tickling cough in evening; < after going to bed; with fluent coryza.

Pains and burning from other parts towards throat.

Hawking up phlegm late in evening, at night and in morning, with gagging.

Diphtheria; first to reduce fever and limit inflammation of throat.

Chronic swelling of tonsils.

Chronic enlargement of tonsils in strumous subjects.

Stomach: Unusual hunger at 16 h.

No appetite from noon to noon, but thinking about it, she wants to eat.

Complete want of appetite before or during catamenia.

Much thirst, with dry mouth and tongue, during after-part of day.

Infants want to nurse all the time.

Sour belching and gulping up.

After belching, burning in epigastrium.

Heartburn one to two hours after dinner.

Nausea from smoking, or after drinking coffee.

Nausea, rising from pit of stomach when moving, > during rest, followed by headache and lassitude.

Vomiturition from hawking phlegm.

Vomiting, with trembling of hands.

Children vomit often and easily.

Food and Drinks: Eating ice-cream in evening gives him colic, and he has to vomit next morning.

Juicy fruit or cider causes diarrhœa.

At every attempt to eat, bellyache.

After breakfast belching, hawking, gagging, nausea.

With his dinner vertigo and loss of memory.

After meals, more after dinner, headache or drowsiness, weariness, itching, dull pain in stomach, with soreness when pressing on it; heartburn and other gastric symptoms.

After supper pressure in rectum with a stool, first part hard, the last thin.

After drinking cold water, cutting in belly.

Empty sinking sensation at epigastrium.

Indescribable uneasiness in region of stomach.

Stomach feels expanded.

Flabbiness or a kind of relaxation of stomach.

Pressure in stomach; > when she rests.

Burning at stomach, and rising of water into mouth.

Sharp cutting or cramplike pain in stomach, with headache.

Violent pain in stomach, with great debility, headache and diarrhœa; pain is excited by introducing least morsel of food into stomach.

Abdomen: Hardness, soreness and pressure in right side.

Throbbing in right hypochondrium; > after belching or passing wind.

Stitches shooting in region of liver when taking a deep breath.

Pressure and soreness in left side.

(OBS:) After liver complaints, dropsy.

Sharp pain in region of spleen.

Empty sinking sensation around navel, or in whole belly.

Burning in epigastrium, in region of navel, in whole abdomen, rising up into chest and throat.

Aching soreness and pain around navel; > after fetid wind passes off.

Oozing of a bloody fluid from navel of infants.

Severe pain in region of transverse colon at 15 h.

Pinching, shooting, stitches, running, kicking, moving in l. side of belly.

Cutting, pinching, sharp colic, followed by diarrhœa.

Bellyache > after passing wind, after stool or after leucorrhoea.

Abdominal pains, with headache, earache, hot face; pain in groins, looseness of bowels, weary legs, crawls; or in alternation with headache, burning in throat, uterine pains, lassitude.

Motion in belly as of something alive.

Incipient mesenteric tabes, with much diarrhœa, fetid, sometimes lienteric stools.

Abdominal wall: tingling, numb; quivering, or aching.

Aching soreness, cutting, drawing in left groin, later in right.

Warm feeling in groins, burning, aching pain.

(OBS:) Abdominal hernia, in anemic patients.

Rectum: Offensive flatus.

Juicy fruit or cider causes diarrhœa.

Diarrhœa after vexation, with headache of schoolgirls; with flatulence; offensive pus with stools.

Diarrhœa, with much flatulence, during dentition. θ Cholera infantum.

Daily watery, very hot stools.

Stool: green and loose, sometimes slimy, with children; soft, passed with difficulty; hot and watery; white and mushy.

Stools, in which there were many small white points or flakes, like pus, scarcely perceptible.

Mornings copious soft stool; renewed urgency directly on wiping, after which a little more was evacuated.

Very offensive diarrhœa.

Hard stool, with depression of mind; with old people, causing vertigo and headache.

Hard stools with much blood.

After stools buzzing in ears; weak feeling in male sexual parts.

Bleeding after stool, or with a soft stool followed by slime; protrusion of piles.

Watery looseness day and night, with an urging for stool every 15 minutes.

Heaviness and urging with costiveness or after looseness.

(OBS:) Removes the disposition to intestinal worms in anemic or weakly patients.

Protruding piles aching, itching and sore; oozing of a yellow fluid, and bleeding.

Single stitches in rectum towards anus, or shooting in anus.

Warmth, burning, pulsating in anus; bearing down towards anus.

Sore feeling in anus when getting up in morning.

Itching in anus, most in evening.

Small furuncle near anus to right with much pain; cannot sit; has to stand or lie on left side; discharges bloody pus and there remains a painless fistula. (Two provers.)

Fistula ani alternating with chest symptoms; Fistula ani, in persons who have pains in joints with every spell of cold, stormy weather.

Fissures of anus, in tall slim, light complexioned children who form bone and teeth slowly.

Urinary Organs: Dropsy, after kidney disease.

Violent pain in region of kidneys, when lifting, or when blowing nose.

A painful sensation in neck of bladder, like that when having the stream suddenly stopped.

Sore aching in bladder; < after making water.

Pressing pain most or right side of bladder.

Shooting in mouth of bladder.

Violent pain in bladder and all neighboring parts (prostata) with a weak stream of water.

Cutting pains in urethra.

Frequent urging to urinate.

Frequent quantities of urine, with a sensation of weakness.

Before urinating: cutting in bladder; pressing down; cutting in urethra.

While urinating: drawing in female bladder upward; burning and hardness in male urethra.

After urinating: cutting and burning in male urethra; pressing and cutting in female bladder, deep into left; relaxation and weakness of male organs.

In diabetes mellitus where lungs were implicated; of very great service not only to lungs but also in diminishing quantity of urine and lowering its specific gravity.

A pressure in abdomen, with difficulty in preventing escape of urine.

(OBS:) Wetting bed, with general debility.

Dark urine; warmer than usual and of a penetrating odor.

Diaper reddish-yellow.

Increase of urine, with flocculent sediment.

(OBS:) Bright's disease of kidneys, if indicated by concomitant symptoms.

Male Organs: Sexual desire increased with some; with others decreased.

Erection painful, with burning in urethra, and a tension in penis, in evening.

Erection while riding in a carriage, without desire

(In sick:) One or two emissions three nights in succession put him completely out of humor and prostrated him.

Shooting in root of penis and bladder.

Shooting through perineum and into penis.

Itching of scrotum; sweating; soreness; pimples.

Scrotum sore, oozing of a fluid.

Swelling of testicles.

(OBS:) Hydrocele.

Chronic gonorrhœa, in anemic subjects.

Female Organs: Nymphomania; all organs in erection, with insatiable desire, particularly before catamenia.

Voluptuous feeling as if all female parts were filling up with blood; she feels pulse in all parts, with increased sexual desire.

Clitoris erect after urination, with sexual desire.

Aching in uterus, in morning.

Pressing in uterus, increased sexual desire, aching in neck of bladder, prostration.

Weakness and distress in region of uterus; < during passage of stool and urine.

Cutting pain in uterus through to sacrum.

Prolapsus < during stool, micturition or menses.

(OBS:) Prolapsus in debilitated persons.

Uterine displacement combined with rheumatic pains.

Cervix and os swollen, red and painful; (even after maltreatment with "caustic"), shot-like bunches to digital touch; visible under mucous surface as bright red spots. θ Uterine disease.

Uterine polypus.

Pressing, drawing and sore feeling as if catamenia should appear; soreness, aching, pressure in uterus and vagina; in loins, flushes of heat; fatigued from going up-stairs; pain from right groin into left hip.

Less catamenia, more whites like white of eggs, day and night, < in morning, after rising, of a sweetish odor; increased with stool, white and of a bad odor.

Menses: too early, blood bright, with girls; too late, blood dark, or first bright, then dark with women.

Catamenial blood dark, especially with rheumatic patients.

Menses every two weeks, black and clotted.

Labor-like pains before and during catamenia.

Before catamenia: great sexual desire, followed by a copious flow; headache 3 - 7 days before; griping and rumbling in bowels; stitching pain in left side of head; whites with sleepiness during day.

During catamenia: vertigo and throbbing in forehead; blood rushes to head; throbbing headache increasing after; over os pubis pressure; want of appetite, bellyache and diarrhœa, backache; shooting, lower limbs heavy, weary, overfatigued, going up-stairs feels stiff all over.

After catamenia: throbbing headache increases; want of appetite; backache and aching in lower limbs; whites.

Menorrhagia: menses every two weeks, black and clotted; before their appearance griping rumbling in bowels and leucorrhoea; stitching pain in left side of head; sleepiness during day.

Leucorrhoea like white of egg, day and night.

Cream-like whites pass from her in afternoon, unconsciously.

Whites for two weeks after catamenia, or from one term to another.

Leucorrhoea: increases in ratio that menses decrease; pain and pressure in genitals; every cold causes rheumatic pains; acne, full of yellow pus; dirty complexion; mental anxiety; fault finding; flatulency; hemorrhoids oozing a watery fluid; fistula in ano; burning in epigastrium; weak, sinking feeling in abdomen; useful for young ladies who have been crossed in love.

Tearing from right side of navel, more upward than downward, with anxiety of mind; was gone as soon as leucorrhoea appeared.

Burning in vagina, with pain on both sides of bladder or uterus; burning like fire up into chest.

Pains from navel and other parts drawing to vagina.

Sore aching, warm feeling between external labia, stitching pain in inner labia.

Pain in vagina, with flushes and faintness.

Aching in vagina after nose-bleeding.

Swelling of external parts and vagina, when awaking.

Throbbing, stinging, tickling, sore aching or pressing in genitals, drawing upward in symphysis, downward in thighs.

Drawing pain from right to left over pubes, with discharge of some blood; followed by earache, first left then right.

Over mons veneris a pressure upward, throbbing or other sensations.

Complained as in first period of pregnancy, a drawing aching in region of navel, extending to sacral region, < in forenoon; heartburn up into throat, soreness in right groin, and a kicking quivering over os pubis.

Weariness in all limbs during pregnancy.

Milk changeable, from alkaline to neutral, or to acid; watery and thin.

Mamma sore to touch, feel as if larger, as during last half of pregnancy.

Pains and burning in mamma.

Nipples aching; sore.

Child refuses breast, milk has a saltish taste; trying it, taste remains long in mouth.

During pregnancy: to prevent recurrence of hydrocephalus in future children.

Larynx, Trachea and Bronchia: Hoarseness and cough, day and night.

Hoarse, sore throat and hacking cough, in morning.

(OBS:) Chronic catarrh, with anemia.

(OBS:) Catarrhs in scrofulous or gouty constitution.

Burning in larynx after same feeling on back part of tongue.

Must hawk or hem to clear voice; when they talk they constantly hem or hawk.

Respiratory Organs: Breathing more frequent, short and difficult.

With inhalation: shooting in left breast and right temple; sudden jerking pain in back.

Short breath and cough.

Involuntary sighing.

Desire to take a deep breath, to sigh; with it a pain in chest, shooting in liver.

Contraction of chest and difficult breathing; evening till 22 h., > on lying down, < getting up.

Suffocating attacks of a male child of 6 months, after nursing, more often after crying and after being taken out of cradle; breathing ceases, head turns backward, face blue, fighting with hands and feet; after attacks greatly relaxed; some days none, some days several attacks.

Cough: Pain on a small spot, from coughing, with short breath.

Dry cough with hoarseness, soreness and dryness in throat.

Cough: with yellow expectoration, more in morning; with fever, dryness and thirst; from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M.; during difficult dentition.

With cough, stitches in chest, heat on lower part of chest and upper arm.

Cough with soreness and dryness in throat in the tuberculous.

Chronic cough of consumptives, who suffer with cold extremities.

Whooping cough, in obstinate cases.

Chest: Burning sensation in chest, from below up into throat; sometimes downward.

Pressing ache in chest, most below and extending upward.

Sharp pain in region of sixth rib, first on right side, later on l. fourth and fifth ribs, coming and going, takes breath away, most with a deep breath; during day.

Shooting pain in left chest; going through to shoulder.

Stitch in left side while breathing.

Beating in a small spot on left side.

A most obstinate pain in lower part of left lung and in left hypochondrium. θ Uterine disease.

Sharp pain like an instrument passing through end of breast bone; during day.

Contraction of chest and difficult breathing, evening till 10 P. M.; > lying down, < when getting up.

Dull aching in chest, with soreness to touch.

Phlegm rattling on chest, also during difficult teething.

Incipient phthisis in anemic patients.

Profuse sweat in phthisis; cold extremities.

Sharp cutting, shooting in region of heart, interrupts breathing.

Palpitation with anxiety, followed by a trembling weakness, particularly of calves.

(OBS:) After heart disease, dropsy.

Feels beating of pulse, not frequent but quick; while sitting, feels it in nape of neck and left chest.

Burning in pit of throat.

Clavicles sore, first left, then right.

Tearing, pressing and shooting in sternum.

Sore pain in sternum.

Ulcer over sternum or clavicle.

Pains where cartilages and ribs meet.

Painless gnawing with quivering, jerking and heat; is full of fear.

A tumor like a walnut in left male mamma, hurts when pressed.

Neck and Back: Over clavicle soreness and cutting; pains in neck, soreness; glands hurt.

Rheumatic pain and stiffness of neck, with dulness of head; from slight draught of air.

Pain on sides of throat, aching on pressure, up to ear, or from ear to shoulder; < when turning neck, also when swallowing.

Muscles of neck hurt up to occiput, first right then left.

Cramplike pain in neck, first one side, then the other.

Malignant tumors on neck.

Drawing in back and limbs, with gaping, stretching, bending backward; < evening and morning, on getting awake and on moving about.

Pains and aches in and near, between and mostly below shoulder blades; throbbing, pulsating, jerking.

Pain in back. θ Uterine disease.

Violent pain in small of back, when making least bodily effort; sometimes obliging him to scream.

In region of kidneys violent pain, when lifting or when blowing nose; pain in back, jerking, rending, cutting, shooting.

Abscess near lumbar vertebræ.

Numbness and lameness in sacrum.

Sharp sacral pains.

Violent stitch on a small spot between left ilium and sacrum, with slightest motion; has to lie on same spot without moving.

Soreness in sacro-iliac symphysis, as if separated.

Pain and aching, soreness, pressure, tearing and shooting in os coccygis.

(OBS:) Crick in back, and lumbago.

Curvature of spine to left (scoliosis sinistra), lumbar vertebræ bend forward.

Spina bifida.

Limbs: Pain and aching in shoulders and shoulder-blades.

Sore aching, bruised pains in shoulder or down arm.

Shooting and tearing from shoulder joint along whole arm.

Soreness, burning and itching under arms.

Hard bluish lumps under arm; oozing and scabbing after checked itch; much relieved; Sulphur finished cure.

Rheumatic pain in upper arm near shoulder joint; cannot lift arm.

Lameness of arms, they "fall asleep."

Trembling in arms and hands.

Dull pain in arms, first left, then right; from shoulder to fingers; from clavicle down to wrist; < from change of weather.

Sensation in elbows as if joint had been struck.

Through elbows shooting, usually first left, then right.

Cramplike pain in forearm, sore, bruised feeling; tearing.

Pimples on inner side of forearm.

Pain in right wrist, with lameness as if beaten; cramplike and other pain, when moving or using it.

Hands "asleep," or numb.

Pimples on back of hand and on wrist.

All bones of arms ache, particularly thumb.

In right thumb, joints as if luxated or sprained.

Pain in single fingers.

Tips of thumb and fingers sore.

Ulcerative pain in roots of finger nails of right hand, especially in middle finger.

Gouty nodosities on condyles.

Tearing, shooting, drawing in hip bone.

Sacro-iliac symphysis as i separated, in walking.

Coxarthrocace, third stage; puts an end to further destruction of bone, suppuration ceases, new bone is formed.

Shooting and stitches from hip bone up or down, most from ischium down, jerking, drawing, with a warm feeling.

Buttocks and back "asleep", with a sensation of uneasiness.

In nates a lameness as if beaten; after a storm all kinds of pain with soreness, most from right to left, but alternating, most on right side.

On buttocks stinging in little spots, itching, burning; sore spots oozing, scurfy.

Sharp pain in tendons on inside of thighs, more when walking.

Shooting through left thigh to knee, or down to ankle bones; toes too thick; heavy load in nape of neck.

Aching and soreness of thighs as if beaten, with aching in sacral bones.

Pains above bones.

Pains in knees < when walking, first left, then right.

Boring in right knee, < from stretching, most at night.

Knees pain as if sprained, sore, when walking.

Tendons in hollow of knee as if too short.

(OBS:) Chronic swelling of knee.

(OBS:) Hygroma patellæ (housemaid's knee); in anemic subjects.

Lower limbs, abdomen and sacrum "asleep;" cannot get up from seat.

Legs tired, weak, restless, crawling, tingling.

Lame feeling of lower limbs, tired, heavy.

Lower feeling of lower limbs, tired, heavy.

Lower limbs "fall asleep," with a restless, anxious feeling; has to move them, to jump out of carriage; also at night.

Tearing in left lower leg from knee down to foot; dry, crusty eruption covers leg.

Pain in bones, particularly shin bones.

Drawing pain in shin bones.

A pain in head of left tibia, caused by a kick, returned; the spot got so sore that he could not bear it to be touched; it disturbed sleep, coming on every night; gradually an exostosis was formed and remained.

Violent pain below hollow of knee; < when taking off boots.

Cramp in calves; on a small spot inside, when walking.

Crampy pain in calves; drawing, rending, shooting, warm feeling.

Rending, tearing, shooting in ankle joint.

Ulcers on malleolus dexter, edges callous, ichor putrid.

Fistulous ulcers on ankle joint.

Cramplike pains in feet, most in ankle joint.

Ankle joint feels as if dislocated.

Sore pain and aching in heel.

Caries of heel.

Stinging in middle of soles; shooting in soles and in balls of toes.

Pains in big toe, like a cramp, or aching in region of root of nail, first right then left.

Gouty pain in big toe.

Jerking twitching of right big toe towards left.

Stinging and shooting in toes.

Extensors more affected than flexors.

Feeling of lameness of flexors and sudden aching of extensors.

Pain in all joints, most left side.

Aching in limbs, with weariness.

Rheumatic pains flying about.

Every cold causes rheumatic pains in joints and in various parts of body. θ Uterine displacement.

Inflammatory rheumatism.

Pains flying about in all parts of rump and limbs after getting wet in rain.

Rheumatism, pertaining particularly to cold weather, getting well in Spring and returning next Autumn.

Sleep: Constant stretching and yawning.

Gaping with tears in eyes.

Gaping and irresistible drowsiness all forenoon, before and at dinner.

Drowsy all day and evening.

With drowsiness gloomy mood, inability to think, headache, singing in ears, sweat in face, prostration of limbs.

Sleep disturbed, most before midnight.

Dreams: very vivid, most of late events or last readings; of traveling.

In sleep, starting as from fright.

In bed, pains in bones or joints, etc.

Sweat on part wakens in night.

Cannot get awake in early morning.

Complaints in morning: pain in head, heart, back; bad taste, as if she had been sick.

Children cry out in sleep.

Generals: Night: headache <; faceache <; hawking of phlegm; boring in knee.

Midnight: before, sleep disturbed.

Morning: headache <; eyelids falling or closed; bitter taste; tongue white furred on root; hawking of phlegm; copious soft stool; sore feeling in anus; aching in uterus; catamenia >; hoarse, sore throat and hacking cough; yellow expectoration; drawing in back and limbs; stiff in bed; cannot awake early; complaints, head, heart, back; chill after dressing; copious night sweats, towards morning.

Forenoon: coryza; drawing aching in region of navel; gaping, irresistible drowsiness.

Day and evening: drowsy.

From 6 h. to 18 h.: dryness and thirst during difficult dentition.

At 15 h.: severe pain in region of transverse colon.

At 16 h.: unusual hunger.

Afternoon: nose bleeding; cream-like whites pass unconsciously.

Evening: heat in face; sore throat, with tickling; hawking of phlegm; colic; < drawing in back and limbs; dry heat.

Wane of day: worse; much thirst, dry mouth and tongue.

Rest: nausea >; pressure in stomach >.

Lying: on back, restless; > on side; > headache, pain in stomach, belly and breathing.

Sitting: stagger on getting up; feels beating of pulse in nape of neck and left chest.

Stooping: vertigo; rush of blood to head; dull pain in head.

On motion: vertigo; aching in back and lower limbs >.

Moving: < nausea.

Quick motion: throbbing headache.

Painful symptoms brought on by moderate motions of single limbs, > after lying down.

Exertion: < headache.

Pains after great exertion; < when lying down.

Walking: vertigo; running coryza; cramp in calves; sharp pains in tendons on inside of thighs; pain in knees, first left then right.

Going up-stairs: weariness.

Rising: vertigo.

After unpleasant news, numbness.

Stiff in bed in morning; can hardly turn.

Disposition to stretch.

Weariness, < going up-stairs; wants to sit down, shuns getting up.

Indisposition to work, mental or physical.

Weakness, with other symptoms.

Lower limbs, abdomen and sacrum "asleep;" cannot get up from seat.

Languor with diarrhœa, leucorrhoea, catamenia and during pregnancy.

Child will not stand any more, and loses flesh.

Children do not learn to walk, or lose the ability.

Trembling of hands, with headache, pain in chest, bellyache.

Trembling of arms and hands, with other complaints, particularly uterine.

Trembling feeling; with toothache and uterine pains.

Hands tremble; she is sick, heart palpitates, fears bad news, afterwards weak.

Thumbs moved spasmodically.

Big toes twitching, little toes drawn inward.

Starting in sleep.

Restlessness; spasmodic motion of limbs; < when lying on back; > lying on side.

Child: convulsive starts, lies on its back.

Stepping motion of lower limbs.

(In sick:) Violent screaming, grasping with hands in great agony towards its mother, cold sweat most in face, whole body cold.

Attacks of spasms going through body like an electric shock, so that she falls down; they last about a minute and, except being a little weak, she felt well; has about thirty attacks daily.

A girl, æt. 18; suppressed menses from bathing, followed by epileptic spasms with opisthotonos and unconsciousness.

Epileptic attacks in a young lady of 18, which had existed since she was a child six months old; attacks occurred every three months; spasms all clonic and on l. side, with diarrhœa and loss of consciousness; she falls forward on the face and sleeps afterwards; sometimes she has a second attack the same day; they frequently occur after eating.

(OBS:) Epilepsy; suitable for young persons whose bodies are in progress of development, and for scrofulous subjects.

(OBS:) Rheumatism paralysis.

(OBS:) Great debility with enuresis.

Useful after weakening acute diseases (Psorin. if there are copious sweats).

Warm room: burning itching; fluent coryza; warm things < toothache.

Open air: walking in, headache, vertigo, fluent coryza; hoarseness; cough; on watery days nose stopped; carious teeth <; chill.

A slight draught is followed by rheumatic pain in neck, stiffness and dulness in head.

Cold room: fluent coryza.

Cold liquids: toothache.

Every cold causes pains in joints and sutures.

From cold washing: headache >.

After a cold foot bath gets red, with pricking like nettles.

Change of weather: headache; tearing in forehead to nose and temples, from occiput to vertex, with earache; dull pains in arms, from clavicles down to wrist.

Worse in changeable weather, particularly when snow melts and in East winds.

Windy weather: vertigo <.

Day after a snowstorm, buttocks as if beaten, with lameness.

In damp, rainy, cold weather dull pain in lower limbs.

Periodic:

Every two weeks: catamenia.

LOCALITY AND DIRECTION. [42]

Right: middle finger, tearing pains; eyebrow, furuncle; ear, singing; ear, burning; cheek, sore spot; side, hardness, soreness and pressure; hypochonder, throbbing; pressing pain in bladder; to l. groin, pressing drawing and sore feeling, as if catamenia should appear; tearing in navel; soreness in groin; temple, shooting; sharp pain in region of sixth rib; pain in roots of finger nails; boring in knee.

Left: nostril, biting stinging; side, pressure and soreness; side of belly, pinching, shooting, stitches; running, kicking, moving and stitching pain in head; shooting in breast; shooting in chest; stitches in side while breathing; obstinate pain of lung and hypochondrium; sharp pain in region of fourth and fifth ribs; shooting though thigh to knee or down to ankle bones; tearing in lower leg, from knee down to foot.

Left to right: earache; clavicles sore; dull pain in arms; shooting through elbows; pain in knees.

From right to left: faceache.

First one side, then the other: cramplike pain in neck.

SENSATIONS. [43]

As if brain was pressed against skull; as if something was in eye; as if joint of elbow had been struck; as if dislocated; as if ice was lying on upper occiput; as if female organs were filling up with blood.

Jerking: earache; pain in back; outer chest; in back; in hip bone; in right big toe; around shoulder blades.

Beating: in small spot on left side.

Tearing: pains in hands and arms; in bones of skull; earache; in and around ears; toothache; from right side of navel; in sternum; in os coccygis; in hip bone; in l. lower leg; ankle joint; < at night and in bad weather; in teeth.

Rending: in bones of skull; in and around ears; pain from knee to foot; in back; in ankle joint; in calves.

Sharp: cutting in stomach; pain in region of spleen; colic; pain through end of breast bone; sacral pains; in region of sixth rib; in tendons of thighs.

Cutting: colic; left groin; pains in urethra; in bladder; pain in uterus; region of heart; over clavicle; in back; in belly.

Stitches: left side of head; region of liver; left side of belly; in anus; pain in inner labia; in chest, left side; on a small spot between left ilium and sacrum; in hip bone; in rectum.

Shooting: through left thigh to knee; ankle joint; in soles and balls of toes; in toes; in sternum; in os coccygis; along whole arm; through elbows; in hip bone; earache; around bones of ears; in molars; region of liver; l. hyponchondrium; left side of belly; in anus; in mouth of bladder; in root of penis and bladder; perineum; left breast and right temple; in liver; pain in left chest; in region of heart; in molars; in calves.

Stinging: in nostrils; in genitals; on buttocks; in middle of soles; in toes.

Boring: toothache; in right knee; < at night and in bad weather.

Ulcerative pain: in roots of finger nails.

Drawing: pains around lateral protuberances of occiput; in bones of skull; in left groin; in muscles of neck; in female bladder upward; pain from right to left over pubes; in region of navel; in back and limbs; in hip bone; pain in shin bones; upward in symphysis, downward in thighs; in calves.

Burning: on top of head; itching of outer ear; pain on a small spot over right ear; upper lip; tip of tongue; in epigastrium; at stomach; in anus; in male urethra; in vagina; in mamma; in larynx; in chest; pit of stomach; under arms; on buttocks; in skin; in throat.

Biting: in nostrils; in skin.

Smarting: of roots of hair.

Sore pain: in bones of skull; piles; aching in bladder; aching between external labia; aching in genitals; clavicles; pain in sternum; in heel.

Soreness: of thighs as if beaten; in and around ears; tip of tongue; right hypochondrium; around navel; of scrotum; in uterus and vagina; in right groin; over clavicle; in os coccygis; under arms; in sacro-iliac symphysis; of tips of fingers; in knees.

Gouty pain: in big toe.

Aching: in throat; in heel; big toe; of extensors; in limbs; pains around lateral protuberances of occiput; of eyeballs; in and around ears; all bones around ears; region of parotid glands; in throat; around navel; abdominal wall; soreness, left groin; piles; in uterus; in neck of bladder; in vagina; nipples; in os coccygis; shoulders and shoulder blades; down arms; of thighs as if beaten; in genitals; over mons veneris; near root of big toe nail.

Dull aching: in chest.

Pressure: above eyes and towards them; in and around ears; in rectum; in stomach; right hypochondrium; left hypochondrium; pain right side of bladder; in abdomen; in uterus; in vagina; in genitals; aching, in chest; in sternum; in os coccygis; from shoulder joint along whole arm.

Bruised: pains in shoulder or down arms.

Gnawing: outer chest.

Pinching: left side of belly; colon.

Griping: in bowels.

Cramplike pains: in neck: in stomach; in forearm; in feet; in ankle joint; in big toe; in wrist; in calves.

Rheumatic pain: in upper arm, near shoulder joint; in head; in face; of neck.

Undefined pain: in processus zygomaticus; in face; around navel; transverse colon; in region of kidneys; neck of bladder, violent, in bladder; in vagina; in mamma; and aches, in neck, between and mostly below shoulder blades; in left lung and left hypochondrium; in back; small of back; in os coccygis; in shoulders and shoulder blades; in right wrist; above knee; in bones; in shin bones; big toe; in joints; in eye and stomach teeth; in tongue, fauces pharynx, chest and pit of stomach; in stomach; in arms.

Anxious feeling: down limbs.

Restless: lower limbs.

Uneasiness: in region of stomach, buttocks and back.

Throbbing: headache; right hypochondrium; in genitals; between and mostly below shoulder blades; over mons veneris.

Pulsating: in anus; between and mostly below shoulder blades.

Kicking: left side of belly; over pubis.

Quivering: abdominal wall; over pubis; outer chest.

Twitching: in big toe.

Pressing down: in bladder.

Bearing down: towards anus.

Tension: in scalp of forehead; in penis.

Weakness: in fauces and throat; in bladder; of male organs; in region of uterus.

Sinking: at epigastrium; around navel; in abdomen.

Emptiness: in fauces and throat.

Tickling: in nose, and sneezing; in genitals.

Running: left side of belly.

Crawling: in legs; with pains, < at night and in bed; over top of head.

Creeping: in occiput.

Tingling: abdominal wall; in legs.

Numbness: on occiput; of hands; of abdominal walls.

Asleep: buttocks and back; lower limbs.

Lameness: of arms, as if beaten.

Shocks like electric sparks.

Warmth: in anus; between external labia; in ischium; in calves.

Heat: in head; in face; on lower part of chest; upper arm.

Hot feeling: in eyelids.

Coldness: on occiput; of ears; in abdomen, with nausea; towards or back of eyes.

Itching: inner and outer ears; point of nose; piles; in anus; of scrotum; under arms; on buttocks; in skin.

Dryness: in throat at night; of mouth and tongue.

Fever:

Shaking chill, out-doors.

Frequent creeping shiverings, with motion of scrotum, not like that after urinating.

Frequent crawls all over; crawls on head.

Chill: in morning after dressing; with cough; with coryza; with uterine pains.

Shivering with a hot face, with bellyache.

Cold in lower part of body, face hot.

Feels beating of pulse, not frequent but quick; while sitting he feels it in nape of neck and left chest.

Heat runs from head down to toes.

Dry heat in evening, hot breath, beating of heart, mouth and tongue dry without thirst, gaping, stretching, etc.

Copious night sweats; on single parts; towards and during morning.

Sweat on parts, wakens in night.

Profuse sweat in phthisis.

(OBS:) Chronic intermittent fever, in scrofulous children.

TISSUES. 

Bones affected along sutures or at symphysis.

Non-union of fractured bones.

Curvature of spine to left; lumbar vertebræ bend forward.

Condyles swollen on forearms and lower limbs.

Abscess near lumbar vertebræ.

Spina bifida.

Large pedunculated nasal polypi; polypi of rectum and uterus.

Incipient mesenteric tabes, with much diarrhœa, fetid sometimes lienteric.

Rachitis; fontanelles wide open; diarrhœa, emaciation.

Rheumatic pains in joints and various parts of body.

Soreness of tendons when flexing or extending.

Flabby, shrunken, emaciated children.

Anemia; true bloodlessness.

Phosphatic diathesis.

Tendency of bones to bend or curve.

(OBS:) Cancer in scrofulous constitutions

Caries of hip joint and heel, with stinking pus.

Most pains in joint, afterwards in bones.

Sharp pain in tendons.

(OBS:) A constituent of teeth, bones, connective tissue and blood corpuscles, and to be given in corresponding disturbances,; in true chlorosis from anemia; chronic swelling of glands; chronic articular rheumatism; gout; exostoses, osteophytes and similar new growths on bone; scrofulosis; suppuration of bones and joints; dropsy from loss of blood or of other fluids, or depending on diseases of heart, liver and kidneys.

Malnutrition and defective cell growth.

Anemia: from growing fast, rapid childbearing, prolonged suckling, or excessive menstruation.

Brain fag and other bad effects of town life.

TOUCH. PASSIVE MOTION. INJURIES.

Riding in a carriage: ears itch; he has a second stool; his foot falls asleep; crawling in sole; erections; buttocks asleep; restlessness in lower legs.

Lifting: child from cradle causes suffocative attacks.

Touch: burning pain on a small spot over right ear painful to touch; a pain in head of left tibia so sore, he could not bear it touched.

Pressure: < head, chest, belly and limb symptoms.

Every step is felt in head, or in sacrum.

In fractures to promote formation of callus.

The place of old injury becomes the seat of new affections.

SKIN.

Dry skin, most on hands.

Skin dark, brown or yellow.

Itching and burning as from nettles.

Itching, biting, most on places years before affected.

Tetters on lower legs, peeling off, scaling.

Pimples in region of joints.

(OBS:) Eczema with anemia; dry crusty affections.

Furuncles form ulcers.

Fistulous or scrofulous ulcers; slow to heal.

Ulceration, after a mustard poultice is allowed to remain too long. [Obs. Sapo sodœ relieves the burning.]

Ulcerating scars after an amputation.

(OBS:) Tubercles in skin.

Cholesteatoma.

(OBS:) Skin diseases (scurfy and scabby) in anemic, scrofulous or gouty constitutions.

(OBS:) Lupus.

STAGE OF LIFE, CONSTITUTION.

During first and second dentition, diarrhœa with much wind. θ Hydrocephalus. θ Diarrhœa. θ Rachitis.

Children lose flesh, will not stand any more; do not learn to walk.

(OBS:) Delicate growing girls or children.

Girls at or near puberty, schoolgirls.

Old people: vertigo; constipation, fractures.

Child, 11/2 years old; light complexion. θ Incipient hydrocephalus.

A girl, æt. 16. θ Keratitis after variola.

A girl, æt. 18. θ Epileptic spasms.

A young man, æt. 18; indurated breast.

Tedious cases, in scrofulous or anemic children.

Anemic subjects: gonorrhœa; catarrhs; pains; chlorosis; skin diseases.

Debilitated persons: prolapsus, etc.

Scrofulous constitutions: catarrh; epilepsy; skin diseases.

Gouty constitutions: catarrh; pains; skin diseases.

  

 

Calcium phosphoricum. cornus e cervi

 

[Sven Sauter]

Calcium phosphoricum. cornus e cervi

Das Hirschgeweih, welches die materielle Grundlage der Substanzbegegnungen darstellte, stammte von einem in Freiheit lebenden Rothirsch (Cervus elaphus) aus Graubünden (Schweiz).

 

Träume vor der Begegnung:

V 2 Trifft eine Frau mit riesigen Silikonbrüsten.

 

C 1

V 1

Alles ist laut.

Das Gelächter im Nebenraum nervt.

Kopfschmerz, Schläfen.

Herzschmerz.

Gemütliche Stimmung.

Besorgt um das Wohlergehen der Gruppe, aber auch unbeteiligt.

Die Funktionen des Gehirns rücken ins Zentrum des Interesses.

Ich bin ganz Sensorium. Alles nimmt auf.

Gefühl von aus dem Pistill spriessen Garben von Korn oder Blumen in meiner Hand.

Gefühl von diesen Stoff ganz sanft verreiben .

Regen aus Samen prasselt über mich. Rostrot.

Mein Herz ein Sehnen.

Kopf, schwer, drückend

Druck im Kopf.

Erinnerung an Mutter, Grossmutter.

Hirsche die in mir herumgehen, den Flüssen meiner inneren Blutbahnen, Nerven folgen.

Es ist schön mit einer Gruppe den Tieren zu begegnen.

V 2

Handgelenk, Sehnen, Schmerz.

Verreiben mit viel Rhythmus, sehr genau, sehr gründlich.

Ohren, Geräusche gedämpft, als ob die Ohren mit einer Haube bedeckt wären.

Extremitäten, kalt. Körper warm.

Lunge warm. Darm warm.

Gefühl von Extremitäten werden langsam taub. Hirsche werden dadurch auf der Flucht unverletzlich.

Alle Teilnehmer/innen sind Inseln.

Ohren l., zupfen, zwicken

Kopfschmerz, Schläfen.

Becken warm, Lust, Verlangt gütigem, weichem Sex.

Erinnerung an frühe matriarchale Feste der Menschen.

V 3

Sieht einen Torbogen

Dahinter helle, warme Landschaft

Eine goldene Kugel ist ständig da.

Idee muss Unterkörper reinigen von besitzergreifenden Kräften. Dafür durch grauen Schlamm waten.

Spürt Energie im Nacken. Seufzen.

Sagt immer wieder: "Mein Baby, mein Baby."

Taucht ein in einen See.

Setzt sich am Grund des Sees hin um sich auszuruhen.

Grosse Traurigkeit, das sie sich in diesem aussergewöhnlichen Moment, mit kleinlichem, persönlichem Kram beschäftigt.

V 4

Gesicht, Rechts, kribbeln

Gefühl von: Darm warm. Lustvoll.

Ruhig innerlich, kontrolliert.

"Bleib bei Dir!"

Der Narr des Tarots taucht auf.

Ihr ist kalt.

Jeder in der Herde wittert die Gefahr, wenn sie kommt, aber jeder kommuniziert anders.

Nasenspitze kalt

Extremitäten, Hände kalt

Lust etwas Intensives zu machen

C 2

V 1

Extremitäten, Bein, links, „Als ob in Gips“

Gefühl von weggetreten

Verlangen zu schlafen, ein Fell zu kriegen, warm neben jemandem zu laufen.

Das Schönste, einfach neben jemandem herlaufen

Liebespaar in Südost-Asien, es regnet und sie laufen mit nassen Kleidern durch die dunstige, feucht-warme Landschaft.

Verneigung und Verzweiflung, wie ähnlich sie sich sind, auch von der Körperhaltung her.

Viele Gedanken an die Menschen draussen, die vielleicht gerne zu der Begegnung gekommen wären, es aber nicht geschafft haben.

Unglaublich friedliches Gefühl, aber auch das Gefühl, es könnte damit schnell zu Ende sein, wenn wir aufhören würden zu verreiben.

Ich will den Hirschen etwas fragen, aber der Hirsch beginnt mich zu necken und verschwindet im farbigen Dunst.

Bild von einer pastellfarbenen, orientalischen Stadt zwischen den Geweihstangen des Hirsches.

Möchte heute nicht in den Schmerz gehen.

V 4

Klarer, sanfter Blick

Wärme im Unterleib

"Lass die Show, lass die Masken fallen!"

Rücken, Schulterblatt, Schmerz, links

Nase kalt

Extremitäten kalt

Begegnet dem Hirschkönig. Er ist sehr kräftig, männlich. Sie laufen zusammen über die Wiesen.

"Lass es leicht sein!"

Sie geht mit dem Hirschkönig schwimmen, nachher liegen sie zusammen im Gras.

Kommunizieren über Kommunikation.

Gefühl von Knoten im Hals, das sie kennt (hat eine vergrösserte Schilddrüse).

Hirschkönig fragt, ob sie sich vorstellen kann, dass es besser wird, wenn er sich hinter sie stellt. Sie bejaht.

Er ist insgesamt sehr neckisch.

Gefühl von geborgen sein, verstanden werden.

V 3

Sieht einen rosa Nebel der aufsteigt.

Eine Nelke.

Das Reibegeräusch klingt wie eine wunderschöne Musik.

Königsblau ist die Farbe über die man bei Hirsch meditieren soll (V 3 ist Kunstmalerin)

Eine gelbe Energiesäule schiesst die Wirbelsäule hinauf.

Sie schwebt durch den Kosmos.

Kopf, Gesicht, juckt

Die Weisheit des Hirschen: ein weisser Hahn mit rotem Kamm.

Er zeigt ihr eine Wasserfontäne, darauf liegt ein Schriftstück auf dem steht:

Der Hirsch hat mit allen Organen des Kopfes zu tun. Vor allem mit dem Mund, den Speicheldrüsen, wenn zuwenig Speichel da ist. (Mir bleibt die Spucke  weg!)

Auf einem anderen Stück Papier steht: Arnika.

V 2

Gefühl von Wärme.

Nacken, wärme, kribbeln.

Wachsamkeit, gesunde Spannung.

Mund, trocken, als ob die Mundschleimhaut an den Zähnen klebt.

Hirsch heisst: Kalim.

Suche nach dem innerem Kind. Erinnert sich an das Kinderlied: Kalinka

Sie betritt eine Frühlingswiese, dort kommt ihr ein junger Hirsch entgegengerannt, der ihr zuruft: Hallo Mami. Sie nimmt es als Hinweis auf ihr erstes Kind.

Sie trifft eine Hirschherde.

Ein alter, weissmäuliger Hirsch tritt hervor und sagt: Wir segnen Dich.

Die Hirsche tragen die Medizin des Selbstschutzes.

Ehrung des Fraulichen.

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Sanftheit ist wichtig.

Ich renne als kleiner Hirsch hinter meiner Mutter her, als ich ihre Zärtlichkeit spüre, beginne ich zu fliegen.

"Grosszügigkeit geschieht in kleinen Tropfen (der Zuwendung)."

Haiku

Wellen von Hirschen

Leben im Schneegestöber

Erinnerungsweit

Was verlangst Du von mir?

Verlange das Richtige.

Lass mich nicht das Falsche tragen.

Für was stehen die Hirsche in dieser Welt?

"Sie sind die Verbinder aller Ströme."

(Nerven, Blut, Hormone)

Der Hirschstamm, heilt die Verletzung, die weit zurückliegt.

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Wir sitzen in einem Wald inmitten von Hirschen. Die Hirsche schnuppern an uns, interessieren sich für unseren Altar.

Aus den Geweih eines Hirsches sprudelt eine Blutfontäne, es bildet sich daraus ein Blutnetz, und daraus eine Kuppel. Alle Teilnehmer/innen sind durch Fäden miteinander verbunden,

das ist aber nicht nur ein leichter Zustand, dieses miteinander Verbundensein.

Wirbelsäule, Brust, stechen, rechts

Finger, rechts, wie aufgequollen

Hals und Nase, verstopft, rechts

Dann taucht ein missgebildeter, verkrüppelter Hirsch auf, der nicht geht, sondern über den Boden robbt.

Sie fliegt durch die Luft, begegnet dem Weihnachtsmann.

Dann sitzt sie an einem feuchten, kalten Ort.

Wo bin ich?

Im Schoss der Mutter Erde

Was soll ich hier?

"Schaue!"

Sie sieht eine misshandelte, verstümmelte Vagina, wie nach einer Vergewaltigung.

Zahnschmerz, rechts

Verkrampfter Kiefer

Hirsche sagen zum Tod: Wir sind die Begleiter von der einen in die andere Welt.

Sieht ein Feld mit hellgelbem Nebel, der unten rosa gefärbt ist. Hinter dem Dunst liegt eine schöne Landschaft. Schwarm von Schwänen.

Sie trifft ihre Grossmutter dahinter. Die Grossmutter segnet sie.

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Gefühl von Kopf, Hirn, wie ein Schwamm.

Kopf, weiss nicht wo der Kopf anfängt und wo er aufhört.

Kopf, leichter als sonst.

Kopf, Gefühl von Auflösung.

Kopf, Orientierungslosigkeit.

Kribbeln im Bauch, Unsicherheit.

Das Reibegeräusch beruhigt.

Ihre Schutzgöttin erscheint ihr, und sie hat wie oft ein wenig Angst vor ihr, da sie diese Göttin sehr respektiert.

Rücken, warm.

Herz ist zentral.

Wenn das Verreibegeräusch kratzt, ist das angenehm.

Reiben bessert (Phos.)

Gefühl von Herz wird angekratzt und das tut gut.

Ringfinger, rechts, ziehen.

Druck im Kopf.

Da soviel Kraft zum Herzen, das geht nicht, ist nicht zum aushalten.

Sieht ein kleines Segelschiff, welches seine Last dem Meer abgibt.

Nackenschmerz, durch Gefühle die aufsteigen wollen und nicht dürfen.

Ist der Sonneuntergang der Tod?

Gefühl von Herz wie gehetzt.

Beklemmung im Zentrum.

Die Kraft ist für das Herz da. Es gibt keinen Mangel. Alles ist da.

Ein Hase hoppelt durch die Blumenwiese. Dieser Hase hat kleine Hasen bei sich, ist Vater und Mutter gleichzeitig.

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Der ganze Brustraum vibriert vor Aufregung. Sie kennt dieses Gefühl von den Momenten wo sie vor anderen Menschen sprechen soll (Lyc.).

Brust, Stiche, rechts vorne

Herz, sticht, links unten

Sieht rennende Hirsche von rechts nach links (Lyc.).

Die Hirsche bilden eine Allee und erwarten sie. Von ihren Geweihspitzen geht ein weisses Licht aus, dass ihren Kopf durchflutet.

"Der Überlieferung nach verfolgte Placidus, ein Feldherr Kaiser Trajans (98-117), einen kapitalen Hirsch. Als das Tier stehen blieb und sich umwandte,

erblickte Placidus zwischen dem Geweih ein leuchtendes Kreuz. Der Feldherr sah darin ein Zeichen des Himmels und ließ sich sowie seine Frau und seine

Söhne taufen. Getauft wurde Placidus auf den Namen Eusthathius (Eustachius).

Der Kopf der Hirsche wird zu ihrem Kopf.

Gefühl von Dank und Demut.

Hirsche bilden einen Kreis und sie steht in der Mitte.

"Wir können Energie für den Kopf immer bei ihnen holen."

Körper kalt, aber Kopf warm.

Goldene Kugel breitet sich in ihrem Kopf aus und leuchtet.

Hirsche warten auf einer Lichtung. Aus ihren Geweihen strömt Licht. Alle Lebewesen werden durchströmt von diesem Licht.

Hirsche sagen zu ihr: "Geh in den Teich." Dann senden sie ihr Farben, farbige Mandalas die zwischen ihren Geweihstangen entstehen.

Sie kann sich Farben wünschen.

Gefühl von einer Kugel im Kopf. Dann ein königsblauer Kreis.

Dunkelheit.

Hirsch sagt ihr nochmals: "Lass die Show."

Sie entschuldigt sich für die Show.

Hirsche zeigen ihr wie mit Energie umgehen. Wenn es uns beginnt schlecht zu gehen wechseln wir einfach den Ort (Tub.).

Harndrang vermehrt (bei allen Teilnehmer/innen)

Gefühl von Reinigung durch pinkeln.

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kriege den Auftrag ein Bild zu malen. Weisse Hirsche auf blauem Grund.

Wer braucht Hirschenergie?

Mediale, durchlässige, erotische, gehetzte Menschen, die gerne mitmachen, also nicht gut ihr eigenes "Ding" in der Welt machen können. Mensche mit grosser Stärke,

die aber auch etwas verloren in der Welt wirken.

Hirsche und Hochhäuser sind kein Problem können sie auch.

Hirsche gehen nicht in Konflikt, sie gehen weg (Tub.).

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Sensibel in den Gehörgängen.

Gesicht, pulsierende Stiche in den Wangen.

sitzt auf dem Rücken eines schönen hirschen und fliegt durch den Himmel

Wirbelsäule, Brusthöhe, verspannt

Neurotransmitter sind Hirsche.

Gefühl kreisen im Kopf.

Der Hirschkönig verschwindet im  Dunklen.

Hals, Enge, Gefühl von Kloss im Hals

Wünscht sich frei fliessende Kommunikation.

V 3

Lichtfluss in obere Welt.

Braune tropfenartige Gebilde regnen auf weiche Unterlage, Heu. Dort liegt ihr Baby. Das Baby braucht die Tropfen.

Gesicht, ziehen in der Gegend des 3. Auges, nicht unangenehm.

Hirsche kommen aus einem spiralartigen Tunnel. Grosse Freude. Dahinter ein schwerverletztes Tier. Dieses Tier ist ein Seelenanteil eines alten, ausgemergelten Mannes,

eines Obdachlosen, der jetzt erscheint und gierig den Inhalt des Mörsers ausschlürft. Danach sieht sie ihn wie in einem Vorher/Nachher-Beispiel, sehr würdevoll.

Hirsche fliegen im Kreis.

Wünscht sich das ihr Ehemann die Hirsche aufs Boot lässt (ihr Mann träumte in der vorhergehenden Nacht von Hirschen die er nicht auf sein Boot ließ)

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Was könnt ihr uns über die Liebe lehren?

Sieht ein Bild in dem Sie ganz klein an einer riesigen Geweihstange hochklettert, an der anderen klettert ein Mann hoch. Die Geweihstangen werden durch ein horizontales,

farbiges Netz, Mandala verbunden. Beide lassen sich reinfallen.

Um ein Feuer sitzen Menschen mit Hirschgeweihen an den Köpfen.

Was kann ich für euch Hirsche tun?

"Lass dich ein!"

Aufmachen und Reinlassen.

"Gib den Männern die Geweihe zurück!"

Fragt sich, was dieser Ausspruch im Volksmund: "sich die Hörner abstossen", bedeutet. Kleine Jungs werden von ihren Müttern abgeschliffen.

Sieht Regenbogen, vor jeder Farbe ein Hirsch in der jeweiligen Farbe. Senden alle ihre Farben zu ihrem Herzen.

Sie kommt an einen goldenen See der leichte Blasen wirft. Daraus steigt ein goldener Hirsch und verschwindet im Himmel. Dieser Zyklus wiederholt sich unentwegt.

(Sie machte vor Jahren eine Performance in der sie nackt und golden in einen See stieg.)

Wünscht sich Sanftheit, Selbstschutz, Schutz für die Zeremonien, welche sie veranstaltet.

 

 

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