Vergleich: Siehe: Anhang (Glaubensforschung Was wir von der Religion lernen können)
"Angry with God for not existing"
C.S. Lewis (Narnia)
Gott ist der Gott des Jetzt, wie er dich vorfindet so nimmt er dich an.
Er fragt nicht danach was du gewesen bist, sondern wie du jetzt in diesem Augenblick bist.
G. Jung understood that psychotherapy had emerged in the 19th century because religious systems had begun to fail. He believed that human beings cannot live with meaninglessness in life.
Religious traditions provide frameworks within which meaning can be approached in an experiential and practical manner. Jung wrote, “The Christ-symbol is of the greatest importance for psychology insofar as it is perhaps the most highly developed and differentiated symbol of the self, apart from the figure of the Buddha.” He explained that Christ and the Buddha had both experienced their own confrontations with the unconscious respectively in the account of the temptations of Jesus and the Mara episode in the Buddha’s story. They are experiences that individuals shouldn’t seek to imitate, but might expect and follow.
Penance, desire to do: Aur-met. Plat-met. Verat.
Religious affections in children: Ars. Calc. Carc. Lach. Stram. Sulph.
Fanaticism: Aur-met. Med. Puls. Rob. Sel-met. Sulph. Thuj. Verat.
[Dr. Roger Morrison]
Kali-br.: Feels singled out for divine wrath, paranoia, catatonia, excessive religiosity, wringing of hands, autism, fears being poisoned, cannot sleep if left alone.
[William Blake, 1757 - 1827]
God becomes as we are, so that we may be what he is.
„Men are admitted into Heaven not because they have curbed & govern’d their Passions or have No Passions, but because they have Cultivated their Understandings“
„Die Menschen werden in den Himmel aufgenommen, nicht weil sie ihre Leidenschaften gezügelt und besiegt oder gar keine Leidenschaften hätten, sondern weil sie
ihr Verständnis der Dinge kultiviert haben“.
Tab For patients whose spiritual-physical constitution has been "loosened" by culture shock (visit to India) and find themselves troubled by all manner of "spirits," it may be tried
as an injection in high potency (DD.: Olibanum).
Eaglewood. plays a special role in different world religions.
Gingk-b.: = Tempelbaum
Religion: Die Freiheit als Beweis oder als Tod Gottes?
formed at the same time a unity in their appearance and a duality in their nature. What changed this original condition, how the division of humans happened is not clear. Maybe it was the
fault of an incredible storm that violently shook the tree („ur-knall“) or of an overwhelming wave of happiness or of the craving for adventure in humans who were joined together in spite
of their dual gender. However, by the end of that night all creatures who had been shaken down or had jumped off the tree found themselves as man and woman on earth.
Their bodily connection was torn apart. They became two. And now they have to find themselves all over again. Humans carried on, on this increasingly populated earth, with love and hate,
with union and separation, just like man and woman up to this day carry on out of lack of a better way, to restore the fact or the appearance of the former union. The Ginkgo biloba though
stretched his bare branch-arms accusingly towards the heavens above.
And God had mercy on its loneliness, which would have signified death for the tree of life. In place of humans He let leaves emerge from its branches, which eternally symbolize the original condition of humankind, because they form a living duality - united on the bottom and separated on top -: the terrestrial image of the divine trinity".
Ruf zum Gebet:
Muschel. als Horn Buddhismus (Tibet)
Stimme des Muhezzins Islam
Katharen. zwischen Budhismus und Christentum
Zen: Raku (jap. 楽焼, rakuyaki) = eine spezielle Brenntechnik keramischer Massen in Japan entwickelt. Glasur hergestellt mit Silbercarbonat in Schwarz. In Teezeremonie verwendet.