Kali or potassium, a mineral found in almost all the tissues in the body and blood plasma. Our cell contains potassium and sodium outside the cell. The sodium-potassium pump keeps the potassium inside and sodium outside which is vital for nerve cellular activity, heart contractions, and kidney functions. For this functioning it needs energy from glucose when glucose is low, there is no energy which results in low potassium level. This low level causes anxiety, great emotional instability, mood changes, depression, euphoria, apathy. Hence Kali group of remedies is suited to people who are easily stressed by mental or physical factors.
The main theme in Kali is a dependency, emotional attachment. It is interesting to understand Kali with this perspective, how this main theme gets evolved from childhood to old age. Attend this webinar by Dr. Jawahar Shah who will explain how Kali gets attached to the family, friends, situation, work, society, religion, material objects, money, gadgets, etc.
Understand why Kali is so anxious and hypersensitive and its effect on daily life. The defect in cellular activity shows how the low level of glucose causes debility in Kali.
Dr. Jawahar Shah narrates all the traits in detail with examples and clinical cases. He will also tackle the different miasmatic expressions and their signs and symptoms. He will conclude the session with keynotes of important Kali salts – Kali bi, Kali Chlor, Kali Mur, Kali Ars, Kali Carb.
- Seven-dimensional evolution of Kali with respect to:
- Cause and effect
- Work, family, society
- Spiritual, intellectual, emotional
- Explanation of core traits:
- Clinical cases with learning
- Miasmatic expressions
- Keynotes of potassium salts
- Grasp the unique, prescriptive and confirmatory totality and understand the evolutionary prescription of Kali group of remedies
- Understand the seven-dimensional evolution of Kali from birth to old age
- Kali personality as a family member, at work, in society
- Miasmatic expression in Kali: Psora, sycosis, syphilis, tubercular