Indian Pipe Plant (Monotropa Uniflora) Homeopathic Proving

Indian Pipe Plant (Monotropa Uniflora) Homeopathic Proving


I came across Indian pipe monitor oppa Yoona flora while walking in the woods in Vermont USA it it’s um it has an unworldly strange kind of appearance because in the dark in the dark of pine forest all the edges of pine forest there appear these strange groupings of white ghosts like plants they’re also called ghost plants by the way and my first thought was this is a fungus but what a strange fungus and then you go closer and you see oh no it certainly is not a fungus for it has a flower and and leaves all ghostly white completely devoid of chlorophyll and immediately you’re aware that you’re in the presence of a parasite but such a strange parasite what’s it what’s it feeding on so you look underneath and you see that underneath the plant if you put away at the at the pine needles and go down into the into the subsoil a little bit you come across a fibrous mat of roots that seem to be going nowhere because you can’t see the mycelium but they’re tapped into that his far too small and extends in an unseen way to the root systems of the trees around you so there is something mysterious about Indian pipe for sure Indian pipe is written up in full and very beautifully by Lindsey Samuelsson and I’ll just give you a general an overview here it’s it would generally be considered to be a parasitic part belonging to the heather-heath family like rhododendron and and and indeed heather and azaleas and and and so on plants that like an said soil and a micro Raizel relationship the peculiarity about Indian pipe is is that it’s a heifer that that that who has absolutely no chlorophyll whatsoever and is totally dependent upon its relationship with mycelium of the fungus for its supply of nutrients and the fungus itself of course has a relationship with the roots of the neighboring trees and so on and so forth which is generally considered to be symbiotic rather than parasitic but you could say that each is getting nutrients from the other in a chain of dependency and that wouldn’t be an accurate so this idea of the chain of dependency is really important in the Gestalt the feel of the remedy and the patient needing it the my azzam is the asthma as and where the breakdown of boundaries is the key issue boundaries must not be blocked the pipes have got to be open the flow has got to be complete the flow of love the flow of connection the pro’ of intimacy the flow of nutrient nutrients has to be complete any kind of blockage and that’s the key idea the key problem for this plant the idea of the blocked pipe the idea of the artery that cannot carry the blood the idea of the the mucus that should flow but can’t etc heather is a remedy that’s known to all the flower practitioners of course is the kind of person that that that seeks connection but does so by buttonholing you know by getting you and just talking at you and not letting you go because the connection is so important same idea you see the idea of connection but amplified because of the idea of the parasitic flavor yeah an interesting remedy for sure very interesting look it up

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