Die perfektionistischen Mittel


Vergleich: Siehe: Gemütsverfassungen

Comparison.x Nitricum acidum + Arsenicum album + Carcinosinum

Vergleich.: Nux-v. mit Ars. Sulph. Lyc. und Tub.


[Barbara Nowecki]

Ars.: richtet sich selbst nach dem aufgerichteten Ideal, richtet sich gehorsam nach den Gesetzen (Friedrich der Große) oder dem Herr-Gott.

Kali-c.: hat auch einen Absolutheitsanspruch, aber es herrscht innere Hohlheit und Leere, es besteht nur noch eine Fassade, die starr aufrechter halten wird (Viktorianische Zeit).

Starre Regeln.

Wenn die Fassade zusammenbricht, ist alles zusammengebrochen. Konventionen. Kein eigener Höchstleistungsanspruch.

Sil.: Die selbstlose, absolut ordentliche Großmutter. Ordentlichkeit nicht als Zwang, sondern, weil es so schön ist.

Nux-v.: Ehrgeizig, verbissen. Sich in Kleinigkeiten verbeißend. Es fehlt der Sinn für den Ablauf, der große Überblick. Tüpfeles-Scheißer. Es herrscht der pure Ehrgeiz.


[Mati Fuller]

Dr. Singh: How is perfectionism of Nit-ac. different from that of Arsenicum and Carcinosin

Dr. Mati: In the original situation, Nit-ac. is not in control because he is dependent on help from someone else, someone that he doesn’t necessarily trust. This makes him

very uneasy. He can only survive if everything goes perfectly according to his plan, and if it were up to him, he would rather be self sufficient and not have to rely on

anybody else. If things don’t work out well, he may even be very tempted to escape or simply give up.

But at the same time, he feels driven to keep going, at least as long as there is still a ray of hope. This, of course, is the mind set of the Cancer miasm. Taking on a huge task where it is almost impossible to succeed, and then, struggling against all odds. (This makes me think of President Obama, and the task he has taken on - definitely Cancer miasm, possibly Carcinosin?)

Nit-ac., Ars. and Carc. all cancer remedies. All are dealing with situations of life and death, and when that is the case, what you do has to be perfect, since anything less

than perfect can cause death or injury for self or others. But because the three stories are different, they all have different reasons to be perfect.

Nit-ac. needs everything to go according to his plans, or else he feels like his life is in jeopardy. Arsenicum needs to be perfect so nobody can judge him or gang up on him, since that is what happened in his core situation.

Carcinosin has to save everybody, and if he makes a mistake, other people can lose their lives as a result and it will be all his fault. So, Carcinosin has to be perfect, and not only that, he also has to work under time pressure as well, because Carcinosin is always the hero that saves everyone at the last minute. This is why Carcinosins often work

in emergency rooms, and this is also why Carcinosin homeopaths attract clients that are half dead because they always come to ask for help when it is almost too late.

So if Carcinosin can pick the perfect remedy, before it is too late, the person may survive. If he doesn’t get the remedy right, the client may die, and Carcinosin will blame himself forever. So, even though they are all perfectionists, they are all operating from different perceptions of reality, and knowing what this perception is, gives us valuable clues about what remedy to give someone.



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