The psychological meaning of Thuja occidentalis

by | Aug 25, 2022 | Psychological Meaning of Homeopathic Remedies

This article is an excerpt from the book “The Psychological Meaning of Homeopathic Remedies” concerning Thuja occidentalis. The double-volume abridgment was written by Antonie Peppler, the founder of Creative Homeopathy, who psychologically analyzed the most powerful remedies and the mental imprints behind common illnesses.

Thuja occidentalis as a homeopathic remedy

Typical Indications of Thuja occidentalis; thuj; Arbor vitæ

  • fanaticism
  • gonorrhea
  • constriction of the urethra
  • herpes genitales
  • polyps
  • pseudopregnancy
  • verrucae = warts
  • growths

Key Symptoms

sensation as if body, especially the limbs, were made of glass and would break easily ‹sa››› his manner of taking action and his path of development do not appear to be genuine
eyelids bear sties, chalazae, tarsal tumors, or condylomata ‹sn››› doesn’t want to see certain parts of life

Additional Selected Symptoms

mistakes in writing ‹sk››› doesn’t want to express how he is
headache as if from a nail ‹sk››› an external influence acts upon his own thought processes
chill, beginning in thighs ‹sk››› is frustrated about the relationship with his parents
chill, one-sided, left ‹sk››› the emotions have been isolated due to disappointment
oily perspiration ‹sk››› has encapsulated himself and doesn’t allow anyone to touch him, lets other “slide off” of him
hurry ‹sk››› wants to run away from a conflict
hurry, in mental work ‹sk››› doesn’t want to be confronted with problems
indisposed to talk, desires to be silent, taciturn ‹sk››› is afraid of expressing himself
speech, monosyllabic ‹sk››› has a “skeleton in the closet”, wants to hide something
delusions, animals are in abdomen ‹sk››› considers erotic thoughts to be negative
thought herself pregnant ‹sk››› suppressed potential is mistaken for his creative potential
weeping, tearful mood, from music ‹sk››› is sad, wants community
perspiration, general sweat except the head ‹sk››› forbids himself to reflect
white dandruff ‹sk››› racks his brains over something that is not emotionally integrated
warts, chin ‹sk››› takes back his willpower

Psychology of Thuja occidentalis

Actual Life Situation

Shadow sides and feelings are encapsulated and put aside. One’s own potentials, and feelings that are not allowed to exist, that one does not want to have are isolated.

Remedy Message (high potency)

“Integrate the parts you have cast off!”


Message of Thuja occidentalis

Condition After Taking the Remedy (high potency)

After Thuja occidentalis, one’s “good upbringing” is lost. Characteristics like defiance (cham), desire for revenge (nit-ac), being wounded from humiliation (staph) or the disappointing desire to help (cocc) and the desire to be loved (jod) show themselves and want to be processed. In order to secure one’s support (calc) these needs and traits were pushed aside. The personality must absolutely learn to become stable out of its own resources (caps, alco-a).

“Shadow sides are encapsulated and isolated.”


Corresponding imprint of Thuja occidentalis

The Psychological Meaning
of Homeopathic remedies

This article is an excerpt from the book “The Psychological Meaning of Homeopathic Remedies” which was the first publication of Antonie Peppler decoding the mental imprints behind the 190 most significant treatments in homeopathy. In her 2nd volume, she added another 160 analyses.

You can order “The Psychological Meaning of Homeopathic Remedies – Vol. I” in physical form from Books on Demand (BoD) or as a digital PDF on PayHip. Also available is Volume II as Books on Demand or PDF download on PayHip.

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Hi, my name is Christian Köhlert. I am the officially appointed ambassador of Creative Homeopathy according to Antonie Peppler® and my mission is to introduce this holistic approach and philosophy to the international community of alternative medicine. I have written all translations of Antonie’s work on this page. If you have questions feel free to contact our team.

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