Editor’s Note: We love these remarks about Homeopathic Thuja occidentals:

“The loss of cohesion in the individual, Thuja ego reflects a more general malaise of our Thuja era. The splitting apart of entities that have long been bound together (families, religions, class values) which phenomenon, in turn, parallels the splitting of the atom, hitherto indivisible.

…. especially revels in dreams of overpowering selfishness. Himself the center part which everything must turn, with an intoxicating feeling of joyous satisfaction.”

-Allen

 

“Plutonium-like underworld of our natures and the shadowy realms beyond the one limited by our five senses. Thuja unleashing the true ‘Plutonion” nuclear power…unleashing powers of sexuality in mass scale, bringing with its liberation from old mores a host of a dark issues…. unleashing the minds through drugs.”

-Sankaran

 

“Feels disconnected: Feels everything as from a distance.”

-Allen

 

“His physical and mental symptoms are compelling him, for his very emotional survival is to explore the regions of other realities.”

-Allen

 

“Crossness when all does not go according to his wish (or plan).”

 

“Holds information back. Behavior is defensive but they present themselves as apparently very open”

-Allen

 

“She has a decided sensation that her soul is separated from her body, and in such a condition hears and feels everything from a distance.”

“Outer appearance and self-presentation extremely important.

“The Great Masquerader”

-Sankaran

What Thuja restores: “The arbor vitae tree has a cheerful, jaunty appearance with its uplifting branches”                                                                       -Gibson