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Sankaran Analysis for RADAR and EH

Rajan Sankaran, MD

Since this download depends heavily on the concept of miasms, I thought it necessary to incorporate a summary of the miasms. What follows is




  1. A short summary of each miasm

  2. A chart explaining various aspects of each miasm

  3. The key words of the miasm

For a detailed understanding of miasms the reader can refer to my books, The Substance of Homoeopathy and The System of Homoeopathy.


This work should not be looked upon as a final word, but as an evolutionary process.

It must also be remembered that a remedy belonging to a particular miasm will have qualities of the miasm before and after it.


Many remedies are absent from this categorization because I was not sure where to place them and had no clinical experience. This fact must be kept in mind when using this material.
Please keep in touch with updates to this work, either through wholehealthnow.com or through my website, www.thespiritofhomoeopathy.com


The Miasmatic Spectrum


Acute


(Aco.)
Panic

Typhoid


(Bry)
Critical

Psora


(Sulph)

Psorinum


Struggle

Malaria


(Chin)

Ringworm


(Calc-s)

Ringworm


Trying

Sycosis


(Thuja)

Medorrhinum

Fixity

Cancer


(Nit-ac)

Carcinosinum

Perfection

Tubercular

(Calc-p)

Bacillinum

Change

Leprosy


(Secale)

Leprominium

Isolation

Syphilis


(Merc)

Syphilinum

Destruction



-- Short Summaries --



Acute miasm:

The feeling is of an acute threat and the reaction is strong and instinctive.


Some remedies:

Aconitum, Belladonna, Stramonium, Veratrum-album, Arnica, Croton-tig, Chocolate
Note: I had earlier classified Hyoscyamus as belonging to the acute miasm. With my further work on miasms I have classified it as a typhoid miasm remedy.
Typhoid miasm:

The feeling is that of a critical situation which, if properly handled for a

critical period, will end in total recovery. The reaction is an intense struggle against it.
Some remedies:

Bryonia, Nux vomica, Rhus-tox, Chamomilla, Hyoscyamus, Baptisia, Paris-q, Nux-m
Psora:

The feeling is that of a difficult situation where one has to struggle in order to succeed. There is anxiety with doubts about his ability, but he is hopeful and failure does not mean the end of the world.

He must struggle in order to recover or maintain his position.
Some remedies:

Sulphur, Psorinum, and Lycopodium.
(Note: I didn't find any plant remedies that fit my definition of the psoric miasm. I also found that the plant remedies that were previously thought to be psoric, for e.g. Nux-v, Bry, fit very well in to the typhoid, ringworm and malarial miasms, and therefore I classify them as such. I believe that my classification of miasms has replaced the previous three, and the so-called psoric remedies have been placed in the newer miasms.)
Malarial miasm:

There is an acute feeling of threat that comes up intermittently, in phases, between which there is an underlying chronic, fixed feeling of being deficient. This miasm is characterized by sudden, acute manifestations that come up from time to time, followed by periods of quiescence.


Some remedies:

Berb-v, Capsicum, Cina, China, Colocynthis, and Spigelia.
Ringworm miasm:

It is characterized by an alternation between periods of struggle with anxiety about success, and periods of despair and giving up.


Some remedies:

Calcarea sulphurica, Calcarea Silicata, Magnesium sulphuricum, Teucrium, Sarsaparilla, Dulcamara, Taraxacum.
Sycosis:

The feeling is that there is a fixed, irremediable weakness within the self. The action is to attempt to cope with it and hide it from others; hence he covers it up with egotism, compulsive acts, is very secretive, etc.


Some remedies:

Copaiva, Medorrhinum, Mangifera, Pulsatilla, Sabadilla, and Thuja.


Cancer miasm:

There is a feeling of weakness and incapacity within, and the need to perform exceedingly well and live up to very high expectations. The reaction is a superhuman effort, stretching himself beyond the limits of his capacity. It is continuous, prolonged struggle which seems to have no end. His survival depends on it, for failure would mean death and destruction.


Some remedies:

Anacardium, Anhalonium, Bellis-per, Carcinosinum, Nitricum acidum, Argentum nitricum, Ignatia, and Staphysagria.

Tubercular miasm:

The feeling is of intense oppression and a desire for change. The

reaction is intense, hectic activity in order to break free from this oppression.
Some remedies:

Abrotanum, Acalypha-indica, Agraphis, Tuberculinum, Drosera, Calcarea p., Balsum-p.
Leprosy miasm:

The feeling is of intense oppression, intense hopelessness, isolation and an intense desire for change.


Some remedies:

Secale, Hura, Ocimum-s, Aloe, Cicuta, Mandragora.
Syphilis:

The feeling is that he is faced with a situation beyond salvage, leading to complete hopelessness and despair. In a desperate effort, he tries to change the situation and the result is usually destruction.


Some remedies:

Mercurius solubilis, Syphilinum, Aurum metallicum, Baryta carbonica, Hoang-nan, Leptandra, Echinacea, Clematis erecta.


Next Page:

Chart of the Various Aspects of each Miasm






ACUTE


TYPHOID


PSORA


MALARIA


RINGWORM













(between Acute

and Sycosis)



(between Psora

and Sycosis)


DEPTH

&

PACE


Sudden, great danger;

Acute, intense threat;

Threat is too big and too sudden


Bed is sinking;

Losing position of comfort;

Sudden loss, or business failure;

Dangerous, risky, urgency;



Problem is solvable;

Optimism;

Effort is needed but is within one’s capacity;


Stuck and intermittently attacked;

Limited;


Unfortunate;

Imprisoned;

Dependent;


A difficult situation beyond easy reach;



SUCCESS



A

C

T

I

O

N

S

FAILURE


Escape;

Instinctive reaction;

Beside oneself;


Intense, short effort;

Do or die;

Impatience, demanding, taking chances, recovering lost ground;

Reaching position of comfort;

Grab it all, right now;


Making the effort;

Getting it done;



Accepting his limits, not fighting them;

Intermittent attacks of anger, paroxysms of rage;



Alternating between struggle and resignation;

Trying;


Panic;

Shock;


Stupefaction;

Immobile;



Collapsed, inactive;

Has given up the struggle;

Sinking;

No effort;

No action of will;


Giving up easily;

Despair of recovery;

Lack of self-confidence;


Lamenting nothing is good;

Miserable;

Phobic, paroxysmal fears;

Sentimental

Brooding;


Gives up hope;

Sits inactive;

No more attempts;




PICTURE


Bomb explodes;

Earthquake;



House on fire;

Crash in stock market;



A teenager learning to drive;

Dependent;

Employee of an irate boss;



Man with a fear of water learning how to swim;

Woman in her thirties trying to lose weight;




ATTITUDE


Helpless;

Run for your life;

Once the danger has passed you are safe again;


If somehow you come out of the crisis, all is fine;

if you do not you are sunk;

Intense, short effort needed to find rest;


If I make the effort I can do it;

You have to bear it because you are limited and therefore dependent;

I shall try;

If I succeed it is good;

If I fail I just remain;

AGE




Infancy

Childhood (1-12)

Teenager

Childhood to middle age

25-35



GAME

Peek-a-boo;

Thrown up in the air and caught;



Hide and seek;

Skateboard;

Football;



Blind man’s bluff;

Chutes and ladders;

PATHOLOGY


Panic attacks;

Sudden manifestations;

Apoplexy; Mania;

Fever


Subacute problems;

Crisis;


Functional Pathologies;

Migraine;

Neuralgia;

Worms;

Colic;


Colitis;

Rheumatism;

Meniere’s disease

Asthma;


Herpes;


REMEDIES

AS

EXAMPLES

Aconitum;

Belladonna;

Stramonium;

Veratrum album;

Hydrogen;

Lithium carbonicum;



Nux vomica;

Hyoscyamus Pyrogen;

Rhus tox;

Bryonia;


Baptisia;

Phos-acid;

Carbo-veg.;


Sulphur;

Psorinum;

Calcarea carbonica;

Lycopodium;

Cuprum metallicum;


China;

Spigelia;

Natrum muriaticum;

Colocynthis;

Cina;

Capsicum;



Antimonium crudum;

Calcarea sulphurica;

Ringworm;

Calcarea silicata;

Magnesium sulphuricum;








SYCOSIS


CANCER


TUBERCULAR


LEPROSY


SYPHILIS










(between Sycosis and Syphilis)

(between Sycosis and Syphilis)






DEPTH

&

PACE

There is a fixed, weak spot within me, which I must cover up or hide;

Task is beyond my limits;

Things out of control; all get destroyed if I do not keep control;

Chaos;

Breaking away;



Caught, suffocated;

Compressed;

Gap is narrowing;

Time is short;



Hunted down;

Isolated;

Poisoned;

Destroyed;

Dirty, disgusting;

Displaced, pushed into a corner;



There is no hope;

Task is far beyond my capacity;

Have committed an unpardonable crime;

Highest and sole responsibility;




SUCCESS



A

C

T

I

O

N

S
FAILURE

Keep fixed, weak spot hidden from the view of others;

Fixed ideas;

Ritualistic behavior;

Cover up;

Hypersensitive reaction to many things, so restricted life;


Stretching over the limit and keeps things in control;

Total control of self and surroundings;

Perfectionist, fastidious;


Hectic activity;

Put in all efforts to change, to get out;



Avoid sight of people;

Contemptuous;



Taking it on;

Doing the utmost;

High position, leader, king;


Guilt;

Remorse;


Self-reproach;

Being exposed;



Everything is going out of control and I can do nothing;

Burnt out, going towards total destruction;

Suicidal;

Homicidal;

Tears himself;

Bites;


Despair;

Complete despair;

Homicide, suicide;

Self destructive, like alcoholism;

Catatonic, withdrawal, total indifference;




PICTURE

Person practicing without proper qualification;

A child of alcoholic parents – her world is chaotic;

A man trapped in a very narrow tunnel;

A paralyzed incontinent old man;

The captain of a sinking ship;



ATTITUDE

I cannot change but I will not let others see my weakness;

Small person with huge task to keep things in total control;

Time is short; too much to be done in too little time;

I am an outcast there is no hope to be normal; I should isolate myself; disgust for oneself;

The task is hopeless, but let me do the best I can;


AGE

35 – 50 years


60 – 70 years


60 – 70 years


Old age

Beyond 80 years



GAME


Poker;

Juggling on a tightrope;

Beat-the-clock;

Sadism and perversion;

Playing chess with the computer;


PATHOLOGY

Asthma;

Warts;


Neuroses;

Cancer;

Tuberculosis;

Asthma;


Gangrene;

Paralysis;



Ulcers;

Heart attack;

Psychoses;

Paralysis;





REMEDIES

AS

EXAMPLES

Thuja;

Lac caninum; Natrum sulphuricum; Sabadilla;

Pulsatilla;

Silicea;


Carcinosinum; Staphysagria; Conium;

Arsenicum;

Ignatia;

Nitricum acidum; Kalium arsenicum; Anacardium;



Bacillinum; Drosera;

Calcarea phosphorica; Phosphorus; Tarentula; Abrotanum;



Secale;

Aloe;


Hura;

Coca;


Leprominium; Curare;

Solanum tuberosum aegrotans;

Iodum;


Syphilinum;

Aurum;


Plumbum;

Platinum;

Hepar sulphuris calcareum; Dendroaspis polylepsis;

-- Keywords of each Miasm --


VALUE OF KEY WORDS:

In a case or remedy if these keywords occur, they point to the relevant miasm. They are helpful in order to decide which remedy fits into which miasm. If for a given remedy you want to find the miasm, you can see which keywords appear in that remedy.


For example, if the remedy for the cancer miasm in the Umbelliferae family needs to be identified, a search can be done with Umbelliferae and some key words of the cancer miasm and see what remedies emerge.
ACUTE MIASM:

Acute


Sudden

Violent


Panic

Danger


Reflex (action)

Escape


Helpless

Terror


Insanity

Infant


Fright

Alarm


Storm

Instinctive (reaction)


TYPHOID MIASM:

Crisis


Intense

Sinking


Recover

Child


Intense short effort

Typhoid


Sub-acute

Emergency

Homesick

Intense struggle

Critical period.

Collapse


Reaching position of comfort.

Impatience

Demanding
MALARIA:

Stuck


Intermittent attack

Persecution

Unfortunate

Colic


Neuralgia

Paroxysmal

Contemptuous

Disobedient

Malaria

Worms


Migraine

Periodicity

Harassed

Hindered


Obstructed

Alternation between excitement and acceptance

Torture

Hampered


RINGWORM:

Trying


Giving up

Accepting alternating with trying

Accepting alternating with effort

Irritation

Try /trying

Ringworm/tinea

Acne

Discomfort



Teenage

Herpetic
SYCOSIS:

Fixed

Covered up



Guilt

Hide


Secretive

Warts


Tumors

Gonorrhea

Neurosis

Fixed weakness

Avoidance

Accepting

Middle age
CANCER:

Control


Perfection

Fastidious

Beyond one's capacity

Superhuman

Cancer

Great Expectation



Chaos

Order


Stretching beyond capacity

Loss of control

Self-control.
TUBERCULAR:

Hectic


Intense activity

Suffocation

Trapped

Closing in



Change

Activity


Freedom

Defiant


Tuberculosis

Oppression

Desire to change
LEPROSY:

Disgust


Great contempt

Isolation

Mutilation

Intense hopelessness

Intense oppression

Dirty


Hunted

Tears himself

Bites

Despair


Outcast

Sadism


Repulsion

Loathing

Confine

Castaway


Seclude
SYPHILIS:

Destruction

Homicide

Suicide


Ulcers

Total


Impossible

Despair


Psychosis

Devastation







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