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Tela araneae. Spider Web. The elegant translucent web of the spider has, for millennia, represented the concept of interconnectedness. We speak of the web of life.

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Tela araneae

Tela araneae

Spider Web


Tela araneae

The elegant translucent web of the spider has, for millennia, represented the concept of interconnectedness. We speak of the web of life.


Tela araneae

Chief Seattle, chief of the Suquamish Indians wrote in a letter to the American government when they wanted to purchase land from him:


Tela araneae

“This we know: the earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the blood that unites us all. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.”


Indra s net

Indra’s Net

“Imagine a multidimensional spider’s web in the early

morning covered with dew drops. And every dew drop

contains the reflection of all the other dew drops. And

in each reflected dew drop, the reflections of all the other

dew drops in that reflection. And so ad infinitum. That

is the Buddhist conception of the universe in an image.”

Alan Watts.


Grandmother spider

Grandmother Spider

She who weaves the world with her web


Dew net

Dew net


An ancient remedy hemostatic wound dressing intermittent fevers asthma and tubercular cough

An Ancient RemedyHemostaticWound dressingIntermittent feversAsthma and tubercular cough


Tela araneae

Homeopathic UsesRemedy for sleeplessness(physical dose)“produced a calm and delightful state of feeling, followed by a disposition to sleep." "The most delicious tranquillity, resembling the action of opium, and followed by no bad effects.”Clarke


Tela araneae

Anshutz from a paper published by Dr. S.A. Jones in 1876for intermittant fevers, spasms, & asthma(physical substance)


Boericke

Boericke

Cardiac sleeplessness, increased muscular energy. Excitement and nervous agitation in febrile states. Dry asthma, harassing coughs; periodic headaches with EXTREME NERVOUS ERETHISM. OBSTINATE INTERMITTENTS. Acts immediately on arterial system, pulse full, strong, compressible. Lowers pulse rate frequency. Masked periodical diseases, hectic, broken down patients. Symptoms come on SUDDENLY with cool, CLAMMY skin. Numbness of hands and legs when at rest. CONTINUED CHILLINESS.


Christopher sowton proving 2002

Christopher SowtonProving 2002

Themes

Getting sick, heat, foggy

Frigid, spaced out, catching cold, flu

Not Welcomed, wanting to be included, teenager

Feeling left behind, like an intruder,

awkward, wanting to be part of

the group


Tela araneae

Tela Themes (Sowton proving)

Desperate living conditions, end of the world

Lost on a desert island, lost in a big city, dark existence,

rations, nuclear war.

Biting, stabbing

Knives, vampires, fear of being bitten

Restaurants

Having a bad experience in a restaurant.


Tela themes sowton proving

Tela themes (Sowton proving)

Unable to communicate

Separate from others, no one answered the phone, negative

communications, unable to verbalize, clairsentient but not

verbal, watching from the periphery.

Disconnection of upper/lower, awkward

Dizzy as if disconnected, top and bottom half of body

disconnected, cannot connect with legs, feel lonely, cold,

and disconnected.


Sowton s evaluation for prescribing

Sowton’s evaluation for prescribing

Incipient head colds

Foggy, flushed feeling in head

Sensation of disconnection between upper and lower parts

of the body.

Feeling of not being included or rejection from a social gathering.

(including sensitivity to seating arrangements)

Difficulty communicating or speaking.

Bad experience in a restaurant.


Spiderweb silk

Spiderweb silk

  • Contains 42% Glycine and 25 % Alanine depending on species

  • Glycine improves sleep when taken at night.

  • Glycine is an inhibitory neurotransmitter and plays an important role in synaptic plasticity - the ability of the connection, or synapse, to change in response to use or disuse of transmission over synaptic pathways.


Tela theme

Tela Theme

Connection/Disconnection

Interconnectedness

Making New Connections


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