This treatise will decode the psychological meaning of rubella, according to Antonie Peppler, the inventor of Creative Homeopathy, and her analysis of symptom language, which is a subconscious communication on the somatic level. Thus, the psychological meaning of rubella is associated with detachment from traditional belief systems and emancipation from societal constrictions.
Rubella, from a homeopathic point of view
From a homeopathic point of view, the rubella disease supports the detachment from the uncritical adoption of traditional conventions of family and society—the personal, individual decisiveness is hardly developed so far, and the inner voice is no longer perceived. The persona suffering from rubella is known to stick to rituals and traditions, which have so far been adopted uncritically, without questioning them. Inner insecurity arises when the traditional path is left behind.
“The inner voice is not heard.”
Without differentiating, the individual has so far followed the “usual” and has not faced the process of individualization. Even in those situations where one develops defiance to develop individuality, it has merely followed traditional patterns. For example, consider the young woman who is in love with a young man but who does not fit into the image of the family. As personalities, she and he would work well together, but “reason” prevails, and she marries a man who fits nicely into the parental company and family. All this happens without defiance. Instead, she follows the traditional order as a matter of course.
Thus, from the perspective of homeopathy, it also becomes transparent why a rubella infection during pregnancy can dramatically affect the self-chosen mother role. It is unconsciously recognized as an uncritical takeover and rejected. Rubella embryopathy can occur with the possible consequences of blindness (not wanting to see), deafness (not wanting to hear), and heart malformations (lack of self-love and acceptance of one’s own personality imprinted over generations).
Homeopathic remedies for rubella
The psychological meaning of rubella remedies
- Barium carbonicum = Inhibition of development due to fear of life and self-responsibility
- Carbo vegetabilis = Life force is not used for healthy
- Causticum = Due to severe injury, having built an emotional wall
- Coffea cruda = Feelings of guilt but do not face the situation
- Copaiva = Despises oneself out of excessive self-criticism
- Pulsatilla pratensis = Puts head in the sand — lack of confrontation
- Silicea = Being purely mind oriented, due to injury, feelings are pushed away
The psychological meaning of infectious diseases
The psychological meaning of Infectious diseases like rubella, in general, is associated with fundamental topics and sentiments that a person wants and must deal with. These are behavioral traditions brought along by the family, which can and should be overcome by living through those illnesses. This implication also applies to childhood illnesses or pediatric diseases. They are indications of which life themes are still being judged and, thus, are still pathogenic.