Creating Waves of Awareness
Wonderful Dr. Saraswat! Our scriptures say the body is made up of 5 elements. Did they not know about the space element or is it not required to be considered?
The essence which is left over is distilled into the psychic force (pneuma psychikon) which is stored in the pineal gland and nourishes the spirit (Anima).
This gives access to another type of treatment, Acupressure. "Health in your Hands" by Dendra Vohra gives the location of the pineal gland on the thumb and This may be used to stimulate the gland with benefit I think.
Very interesting charts, Especially the one showing the 4 temperements. Have those 4 varieties have chief indicative remedy lists?
Thanks Dr.Rajneesh and Dr.Saraswat.
Dr Habib Khan, Here I am giving the Definition & Synopsis of Temperament,Which is very simple to understand Temperament:
Definition-It indicates an individual's character, disposition and tendencies as revealed in his reactions; it also denotes the characteristic way in which an individual behaves especially towards others.
1. CHOLERIC: It is an irritable personality, easily inclined to anger
For e.g. Chamomilla, Hyoscyamus, Bryonia
2.MELANCHOLIC: It is a sad, thoughtful hypochondrial state of mind where a person is inclined to depression and irrational fears
For e.g. Aurum metallicum, Ignatia
3.NERVOUS: It is a worried, high-strung, apprehensive and excitable state of mind. A person reacts to any situation in a quick and excited manner.
For e.g. Lycopodium, Arsenic, Anacardium
4.PHLEGMATIC: It is an indolent, slow, sluggish, torpid personality
For e.g. Calcarea carb, Pulsatilla
Valuable add for me.
So; Dr. Sarswat, Can I say that " temperament is the key of mind"