Vergleich: Siehe: Gemütsverfassungen
Distribution of Yielding rubric the Stages.
Stage 1.x Nat-c. Nat-m: (Mildness. Cowardice) Caust: Yield because they are submissive and unsure of themselves.
Stage 2.x Mag-m. Calc-sil. (Mildness) Bar-c. (Benevolence. Cowardice) Bar-m: Benevolence. Cowardice/timid/flexible/indecisive. (Bar-s. servile/obsequious/submissive)
Stage 10.x Carb-v. Sil: They are uncertain and unstable and therefore easily influenced (Servile, obsequious, submissive. Benevolence. Cowardice).
Aur-m-n: Gives up (mildness) when she feels she has failed. (Aur-met.: servile, obsequious, submissive. Benevolence. Cowardice)
Stage 11.x Cupr-met.: Proving & Holding on through rituals. His perseverance softens under criticism (Servile, obsequious, submissive. Cowardice).
Stage 12.x Zinc-met.: Repeating, copying & overproduction. Yields under pressure of failure (Cowardice. Mildness).
Stage 15.x Phos. Ph-ac: Fears loss of friendship so she appears submissive and polite (Benevolence. Mildness. Cowardice).
Stage 17.x Fl-ac: Gives up and becomes indifferent to business and to family.
Definition: yielding (adj) Wordnet (n.) a verbal act of admitting defeat
(adj.) tending to give in or surrender or agree - docile - gentle;
(adj.) lacking stiffness and giving way to pressure - soft;
(adj.) inclined to yield to argument or influence or control;
Similar to: compromising - flexible, conciliatory - appeasing.
Repertory Similars: Retaliate, cannot. No, cannot say. Mildness, etc.
A closer look at Yielding through Stage 15
They are very susceptible to bad news. The delusion of being in a law suit shows the sense of threat and their aggressive response. They lack the power to fight of this level of threat alone.
When things go wrong there is a fatalistic attitude in Nit-ac. the yielding attitude shows through in the rubric, 'DELUSIONS - will power; as if loss of'.
Like Phos. they can be agitated, ill humoured, hypochondriachal and afraid of death.
Phos. shares some of the agitation of Nit-ac. Phos can become very agitated about work. If they are too poorly to work it can really feel as if everything is shutting down; its not just loss of income, its also the loss of the social context in which they thrive that means so much to them. They become very worried and anxious, even driven to suicidal thoughts.
Ars. has Alcoholism from weakness of character. Yielding is still a theme in Ars. (Mildness) but she has lost so much that she has gone into a despair beyond merely yielding.
Likewise, a yielding state in Antimony is expressed by a combination of rubrics such as "cannot bear to be looked at" (Cowardice), 'carried, desires, to be' and the depth of fear is described by the rubric: fear - recover, he will not. Loss is evident in the sense of nostalgia.
Bismuth kills herself -the suffering is almost unimaginable- constriction of chest, angina, palpiation and so on - desparate clinging to anything or anyone. The Bismuth state is reminiscent of the ultimate yielding of Hara-kiri, where all the power and respect is lost.