This piece is an excerpt from the book “The Psychological Meaning of Homeopathic Remedies” regarding Apis mellifica. The double-volume abridgment was composed by Antonie Peppler, the founder of Creative Homeopathy, who psychologically analyzed the most potent remedies and the mental imprints behind common illnesses.
Apis mellifica as a homeopathic remedy
Typical Indications of Apis mellifica; apis; Honeybee
- anaphylactic shock = shock after taking medications
- inflammatory edema
- urticaria = nettle rash, hives
|Crie encephalique ‹sn›||›› cries out because of suppressed aggression|
Additional Selected Symptoms
Psychology of Apis mellifica in homeopathy
Actual Life Situation
Doing one’s duty. Needs to function properly at any price. His “personal” things get left behind. Feelings remain “under the skin.” Disciplines himself in humility. Aggression may not be shown so that one’s life up to now is not threatened to be lost, i.e., the always loving mother with many children or the always understanding therapist.
Remedy Message (high potency)
“Allow your feelings to exist and give them room in your life!”
Message of Apis mellifica
Condition After Taking the Remedy (high potency)
After Apis mellifica it becomes evident that the personality has not yet learned to apply its potential to its own positive advantage but uses them to take care of other people (carb-v). This brings it into difficult situations (ip) in which it employs its energy vehemently against itself (canth). Those around become used to this situation that must be stubbornly (led) maintained (nat-m). At some time, the personality no longer feels capable of confrontation (puls) and, in the end, is more ready to give up its existence (ars) than to change its patterns.
“Doing one’s duty, while needs to function without aggression.”
Corresponding imprint of Apis mellifica