In this treatise, we will translate the psychological meaning of malaria according to the understanding of Antonie Peppler, the inventor of Creative Homeopathy, and her breakdown of symptom language. From her viewpoint, “symptom language” is a form of somatic communication—the “soma” respectively the “material body” expresses an inner conflict that the person is not conscious of. Accordingly, we composed a list of corresponding homeopathic remedies that adjust this disharmony. The critical psychological meaning of malaria is associated with the end of specific traditional habits.
Malaria from a homeopathic perspective
While the malaria patient has followed habitual but foreign-infiltrated patterns of thought and action for generations, he now becomes aware of his dependence on other people and traditions. The only question was whether the personality should join others or rebel against others.
“The end of traditional habits”
Malaria usually somatizes with an intense fever and shivering. These conditions symbolize that the patient is caught between furious anger for betraying his unique individuality and “shivering fear” based on possible consequences that might derive from exposing one’s true self. From malaria, the possibility can be recognized to decide for oneself and listen to the inner feelings and impulses, expressing one’s voice. This process creates the basis for self–responsibility.
Best Homeopathic remedies for malaria
The psychological meaning of homeopathic remedies
- Boletus laricis = Everything remains the same, frozen of dependence
- China officinalis = Feeling dependent and enslaved
- Chininum sulfuricum = Dependence should not be realized
- Natrium muriaticum = Holding on to what is proven and known
- Quercus e glandibus = Lack of stamina by suppression of feelings
- Veratrum album = Self-betrayal
Psychological Meaning of infectious diseases
Infectious diseases like malaria generally refer to fundamental issues and beliefs that a person wants and needs to deal with. These are behavioral habits brought along by the family, which can and should be overcome by living through those illnesses. This meaning also applies to childhood illnesses or pediatric diseases. They indicate that life themes are still emotionally judged and thus are pathogenic.