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prescibing on mind symtoms alone(PROMISALONE),"minimun rubric of maximum importance"

DR T P PASCHERO from argentina was the one who 1st introduce n practiced it since 1960's n this method has spread throught out the world, among his follower dr candegabe, DR P SANKARAN, DR H L CHITKARA.
what i want to know is, is this method similar to sehgals n sankaran? n what the differant of it (if any)?
thanx pease wasalaman.

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Comment by Veeraraghavan A.R. on April 9, 2011 at 2:43am
Dear Hans Weitbrecht,
You have given some valuable facts collected from various sources about Prescribing on mind symptoms. Thank you.
Comment by Alias Azhar on December 15, 2009 at 3:02am
salam DR K S MAHAJAN, if i not wrong if u follow sehgal method local symptom is not important any more but sankaran method it still means something. wasalaman
Comment by DR K.S.MAHAJAN on December 14, 2009 at 8:28pm
Hi Dr Neelam Avtar Singh i had through your views and observation there is one confusion weather taking -CENTER one has to consider local symptom or not please explain thanks
Comment by Alias Azhar on December 14, 2009 at 9:12am
good advice n thanx DR NEELAM
Comment by Dr Neelam Avtar Singh on December 14, 2009 at 1:22am
In homoeopathy there are different prevailing systems to select a similimum. According to the experience many eminent homoeopaths stressed on different themes. I have read all and practice homoeopathy from 25years. Dr Rajan Shankaran has given beautiful themes on the basis of delusions. Basically delusions are a kind of feelings that has been deduced from patients versions. Dr Vitholkas has called such themes as essence of the medicine. Dr M.L.Sehgal has based his theory on three Ps i.e. Present predominated and persistent symptoms. Dr Jan Scholten has simplified periodic table according to the beginning of life till the end depending upon the series and groups of periodical table. Dr Vijakar has given another viewpoint basing on seven layers of suppression called it Predictive homoeopathy.
But what is above all? Its only the patient, his ailment and his treatment. Who so ever strikes at the right place as has been considered i.e.the CENTER, gets the best selected medicine and gives instant result. All view points are good but practice pure homoeopathy i.e. hitting the target whatever the way u may adopt........
I have not read Paschero.........
Comment by Alias Azhar on December 13, 2009 at 11:48am
thanx wasaalaman
Comment by Hans Weitbrecht on December 13, 2009 at 11:25am
Dear Alias Azhar
i have to pass this question. i haven't studied Paschero's work.
Comment by Alias Azhar on December 13, 2009 at 10:29am
salam n peace bro hans, what i really want to know is how T P PASCHERO idea on it? was it similar to sehgals?or more to sankaran style?
peace wasalaman.
Comment by Hans Weitbrecht on December 11, 2009 at 6:18am
Dear members

Here is sketchy outline of the basis of the MSO (mental symptoms only) method .

Hahnemann gave special consideration to the mind and mood symptoms. (par.:211 / 212)

Kent and contemporaries interpreted this:
The symptoms of the mind have precedence over physical symptoms. And as (according to Kent’s thinking) every human is chronically ill, the state of the mind, as it presents is the most important indication. (Do you see the shift between Hahnemann and kent?).
Kent,Boger, Hering, M. tyler, Clarke and other American (english) homeopaths guided by their swedenbourgian background, believed, that the mind was the innermost of man, the center of human existence.

So – If homeopathy can cure this innermost of man, then the more peripheral symptoms will vanish by themselves and don’t deserve much of attention.

Schmidt, Flury, Kuenzli, Virthoulkas uncritically adopted kents views.

Virthoulkas illustrated this in his pyramid chard, which also reflects on “herings law”.
Furthermore, for easier reference Virthoulcas created essences and by those personalized remedies. So from now on (in his view), the remedy personality has to be similar to the patients personality.

From there on Sehgal deducted as a consequence, that the similitude of the remedy has to only match the mentals, disregarding the physicals altogether. It was not accepted by many at the time.

By 1973 the first volume of the Synthetic Repertory was published, (the first combination of all bigger repertories after the second world war – ) which was available in India from 1987 on. This made accessable thousands of mental rubrics.

Sankaran junior then followed from all previous ideas in combining par’: 153 and 211, (he called it paragraph 365 – we had a laugh because 211 and 153 add up to 364, but not to 365) that the mind is what is the center of disease, and – and this was new--, it is the delusions by which the mind is fooled to do things act funny create all sorts of fears etc.

He deducted, that if it is possible to determine the patient’s central delusion and find a remedy matching it, then we have found the simillimum and the results will be just brilliant. (as many of his examples show: one remedy bang case cured.)

Time and space does not allow discussing these ideas in detail, but we may come back to them over time.
Comment by Alias Azhar on December 9, 2009 at 10:07am
agree n thanx,peace wasalaman

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