Kletterpflanzen als homöopatische Mitteln
The patterns of growth taken by vines. associates them with conditions of the nervous and blood systems, which of course take a similar form within the body. We can find the word "vine" in "vein," another mnemonic device. These herbs have been much employed as alteratives (blood purifiers) and as nervines or antispasmodics (Harris, 1972, 44).
Woody perennial vines such as sarsaparilla (Smilax), yellow parilla (Menispermum), bittersweet vine (Celastrus), and Virginia creeper (Ampelopsis) were all very important blood purifiers in the 19th century, although some of them are less commonly used today. Today most of our important alteratives (burdock, dandelion, nettle, yellow dock root, and red clover) are distinguished by the fact that they are common agricultural weeds. Such survivors of chemical agriculture are, indeed, entitled to be thought of as blood purifiers.
Vine symbolizes many things. There are many different kinds, and each has a unique definition. Vines can cling/can climb/can spread out and take over.
Can be strong and rigid. Weak and wimpy. Choking. Killing. Struggle for survival.
One must look at each kind of vine as a unique individual. Not all vines are clingy. Nor do all of them choke or kill off others in order to survive. Each must be looked at to assess their modus operandi.
A vine is something that has tendrils that curl and fix themselves
around something else. Usually it is something stronger, more stable and rigid
than themselves. This doesn't have to be so. Being a vine, one must get into
their mind set and ask why they do what they do. A vine has this adaptive
reflex in order to survive. In a triple canopy of
If they don't fight and struggle upward, they die.
This particular knowledge is intrinsic to most vine type people. There are other vines that snake and curl around to choke out another plant so that it dies and they then have
the room to receive that spot of sunlight, instead. There are vines that kill other plants and suck and drain them of their life fluids, in order to survive. Cusce-e. (= Dodder) is
a good example of this. Each type of vine is a particular mind set.
We can generally put vines into several categories based upon their above behavior.
Vines cling for survival reasons. They climb. They are driven, almost obsessively, to climb higher. In human psychology terms, this would be a person who is a Type A personality who must win, must be 'top dog' and survive at all costs. Not only that, but be successful about it.
Vine people, in general, are very sensitive people. If you look at their tendrils, which are very tender, soft and delicate (although usually super strong despite their initial appearance....) they need an environment that is quiet, secure, with no one bothering them. Music, children laughing, talking or crying, or noise of any kind, offends them.
Vine people see other people barging in and intruding upon them as an offensive attack. Much like a vine that is in place being taken on by another plant, and then it feels panicked, intimidated and anxious about its survival. Vines don't like a lot of movement. Once they have wrapped their tendrils around a more stable object, they hate displacement or movement of any kind for obvious reasons. Bry. < movement/bending forward/with exercise. How like a vine! Bry. > rest and pressure applied to the affected part. I find vines like pressure - they press themselves flatly and fully against the stable shrub, bush or tree. So, pressure equates with stability, and something healthy in their psyche of survival.
The connection between themselves and the cause of their illness has been broken. The stem has been broken and they are separated from the roots. They have lost sight of their own sense of being. But in contrast to this they develop extreme sympathy to the sufferings of others. In a way they are denying themselves. They have stupefied their own feelings but can still sense the intense feelings of others. They over absorb but with a sense of emptiness. The sensitivity to others is so intense that they will go to great lengths in helping or relieving the suffering. They will go without sleep and food and although this will have its consequences, they still persevere.
Just as it is a strong climbing plant the person will climb and climb great heights (figuratively speaking) to help others whilst running away from their own roots (comes to the top and is exhausted).
Hence the rubric ‘recognises everything but cannot move’. It can effect just ½ of the body, leaving the other half untouched. So they have only half the sense of themselves.
Die Lianen können als die Verschlingungen des Lebens angesehen werden (karmische Verstrickungen). Sie werden von artistischen Arbeitern (PrüferInnen) aus den Bäumen, dem Dschungel gerissen (aus dem Unbewussten hervorgeholt) und im Feuer verbrannt.
The patterns of growth taken by vines associates them with conditions of the nervous and blood systems, which of course take a similar form within the body. We can find the word "vine" in "vein," another mnemonic device. These herbs have been much employed as alteratives (blood purifiers) and as nervines or antispasmodics (Harris, 1972, 44).
Actinidia chinensis = Kiwi Ericales.
Celastrus = Baumwürger.
Cusc-eu. = Teufelszwirn/= Spinnegewuppe/= Kletterpflanze/= Gold-thread/= hailweed/= hairweed/= hellbine/= love vine/= strangleweed/= witch's hair/= dodder
Der. = Fischgift.
Ficus pumila = Kletter-Ficus Bonsaigruppe
Oper. = Ipom-ähnlich + langsam
Findhorn Flower Essences.:
Cultivate joyful, eloquent expression. Negative thought or speech can stifle or sabotage the flow of creativity. Clear the blocks to heartfelt communication. Speak your truth.
Solandra maxima. = Goldkelch/= Golden Chalice Vine/= Cup of Gold/= Hawaiian Lily
Stroph-h. = Apoc-ähnlich/= Dig + schnell + systolisch
Tam. = Schmerwurz/= Wurzel/= Black Bryony/= Lady’s seal
Anklammern/unselbstständig/Überanpassung, Zusammenbruch wenn verlassen wird/körperliche Abmagerung in Krisenzeiten/Hals „Wie zusammengeschürt“, Symptome der Greiforgane. ?Venen?/?Nieren?/? ?
Banis-c. = Yage
Cecr. = Ameisenbaum
Monstera deliciosa = Fensterblatt Alismatales. Quelle: Gartenbedarf
Pareira. brava = Chododendron tomentosa = Quelle von Cur.
Sheko in Äthiopien gebrauchen grüne Schlingpflanzen um Trauer auszudrücken