and Feminin Priciples
Column Five Themes of the Rosidae - Encounter with the Other
The general theme in Column Five is the split between the masculine and the feminin principles, which causes suppression of the feminin element, of emotion and intuition, and the emergence of mind and reason as a means of attaining self-awareness. The split creates the possibility of recognising Otherness: thus a major concern in this column is the relationship with the Other (father-son relationships, connection with the father, partnership, pair relationships, connecting to and being liked by the Other). At the same time the split amplifies the masculine quality, leading to issues of exessive hierarchy, rigid morality, strict reliiosity, concern with one's identity and path in life, focus on work, and precooupation with rules and limitations. Physically the affected organs are the heart and extremities, with congestion and paralysis.
The modern world traces ist roots to the early modern era represented by Coumn Five; therefore many characteristics of contemorary life, such as ist emphasis on rationality, depencence on large institutions and rigid laws as well as superstitions, remain imbued with qualities which arose then.
A variety of short case studies show the practical application in daily practice and the differential diagnosis to the other columns.
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