Thorium and Americium – the mechanism of dealing with trauma as shown in two cases
The author focuses on how the stress cycle affects the behavior of patients from the Uranium series. He examines their intuitive perception, energy, and coping mechanisms. Consciously and unconsciously triggered early experiences thereby arise, which were dissociated due to excessive demands at the time, making it difficult to survive or exerting immense pressure. The author‘s experience that the remedies of the Uranium series represent the process of dealing with trauma informs his approach when treating these patients.
Key concepts: Actinides, Americium nitricum, attachment, attachment theory, blockage, decay, energy, family history, onychia, periodic table, seventh row, speech disorder, stage, stress cycle, themes, Thorium muriaticum, trauma