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A Brief Study of Carcinosin Development from the Expectation of Others

A Brief Study of Carcinosin Development from the Expectation of Others
Written by Sanjay Jadhav

Dr. Sanjay Jadhav develops a portrait of Carcinosin by explaining the remedy’s rubrics.

In this world of competition every parent expects their child should earn money and fame. They expect that their child should do much more in life and they have “extraordinary expectations” of the child. The Carcinosinum person evolves from this situation.

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – expectations of parents too high: Carc

Here, parents do not care whether their child is has the ability to achieve, compete, etc. Out of selfish motives to gain esteem in society, they expect the child should complete their wishes and please them at any cost! Whatever is the child’s passion, what they really want to become is ignored. It is only important that they should fulfill their parents wishes.

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – mentally suppressed; from being: Carc

MIND – DESIRES – suppressing his desires: Carc

He does not get a chance to recognize his abilities.

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – opportunities to realize his abilities; lack of: Carc

In this situation, he is dominated by parents. He is abused. His upbringing is done very harshly. They behave rudely and reproach, reprimand, and punish him. He remains sad due to this “hard influence of others.”

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – domination – children; in: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – domination – children; in – parental control; long history of excessive – harsh upbringing: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – domination – long time; for a: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – abused; after being: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – abused; after being – children: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – abused; after being – sexually: Carc2

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – abused; after being – sexually – children; in: Carc2

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – abused; after being – sexually – rape: Carc2

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – abused; after being – violence; from: Carc2

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – abused; after being – violence; from – children: Carc2

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – punishment: Carc2

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – punishment – children: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – reprimands: Carc2

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – reproaches: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – rudeness of others: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – scorned; being: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – unhappiness – influence of other people; due to: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – wrong – suffered wrong; he has: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – wrong – suffered wrong; he has – children; in: Carc

Due to this torturing, he becomes angry but he swallows his anger.

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – anger – suppressed: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – anger – indignation; with: Carc

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – anger – silent grief; with: Carc

MIND – ANGER – abused; after being: Carc

MIND – ANGER – abused; after being – children: Carc

MIND – ANGER – children; in: Carc

MIND – ANGER – humiliated; after being: Carc

Humiliation means:

1) State of disgrace or loss of self-respect

2) An instance in which you are caused to lose your prestige or self-respect

MIND – ANGER – asthmatic respiration; with: Carc

Asthmatic respiration means smothering feelings; inability to breathe as per one’s wish i.e. can not live according to one’s wishes – ‘Ghutansi Hoti Hain.’ WHY? Because he is helpless on the emotional and mental level:

MIND – HELPLESSNESS; feeling of – emotional level; on: Carc

MIND – HELPLESSNESS; feeling of – mental level; on: Carc

He feels if he revolts against them, he will not be accepted, cared for, i.e. he will be rejected. Already he has suffered a lot by not getting the emotional attachment for which he is starved.

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – rejected; from being: Carc

Reject means refuse to accept or acknowledge…. his proposals, his emotions, his passions, are always rejected.

MIND – CARESSED; being – wants to be caressed: Carc

But what happens? Only sadness comes to him and he feels unfortunate.

MIND – SADNESS – love; from disappointed: Carc


He goes into the grief state, but this grief is not expressed.

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – grief – silent grief: Carc

Though he is sad, he cannot weep (weep means to make visible, to express) and this grief remains for a long time.

MIND – WEEPING – cannot weep, though sad: Carc

MIND – GRIEF – prolonged: Carc

Then it leads to ‘hollowing out’ of him.

MIND – GRIEF – undermining the constitution: Carc

Undermine means:

  1. Damage or weaken, especially gradually or insidiously
  2. Dig or excavate beneath so as to make it collapse.

‘Forsaken feeling’ is the theme of Carcsinocin

He feels that:

‘I am not loved by anyone.’

‘No one pays attention to me.’

‘No one praises me for what I have done.’

‘I have no friends.’

‘No one understands me.’

‘He is discarded by the world.’

Now, he fears the aloneness that seems to come. He feels very sad when he feels alone.

MIND – FORSAKEN feeling – isolation; sensation of: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – alone, being – always alone; she is: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – alone, being – belong to anyone; she did not: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – appreciated, she is not: Carc2

MIND – DELUSIONS – forsaken; is: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – friendless, he is: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – misunderstood; she is: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – neglected – he or she is neglected: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – protection, defense; has no: Carc

MIND – DELUSIONS – separated – world; from the – he is separated: Carc

MIND – FEAR – alone, of being: Carc

MIND – FEAR – solitude, of: Carc2

Actually this rubric is from cross reference for Fear-abandoned being.

Abandoned means forsaken; leaving someone who needs or counts on you.

MIND – SADNESS – alone – when: Carc

When he is alone, he is in need of company, caressing, kind words, etc.

MIND – COMPANY – desire for – amel in company: Carc

MIND – COMPANY – desire for – children; in: Carc

MIND – COMPANY – desire for – children; in – rejected; who are: Carc

In this state of sadness, he feels like to talking to someone, wants to share. Once he shares for a long time (because it is aggregated for a long time and to the deepest level) he feels better.


MIND – TALKING – amel the complaints – prolonged: Carc

He desires sympathy and affection from others. He longs for sympathy and affection which is not given to him.

MIND – SYMPATHY, compassion – desire for: Carc

MIND – AFFECTION – children craving for: Carc

He expects someone should talk ‘sweet words’ with him, should listen to him, which gives him relief.

MIND – CARESSED; being – wants to be caressed: Carc


MIND – CONSOLATION – kind words; from: Carc2

Meticulousness of Carcinosinum

The meticulousness of Carcinosin patient is MALIGNANT (i.e. it is too much extreme, hyper).

It is said that the Over Perfectionist person is prone to CANCER. This is the disposition of the Carcinosin patient.

The rubrics in this category are:


MIND – FASTIDIOUS – disease; in: Carc

Disease is the condition in which you are unable to do normal activities i.e. dis-ease; discomfort feeling. Means even in the worst discomfort, he has to be fastidious. It is from a helplessness feeling.

MIND – FASTIDIOUS – work; in his: Carc

MIND – CLEANNESS – mania for: Carc

Mania- irresistible motive for a belief or action i.e. it is a passion.

Cleanness- without dirt or other impurities Here dirt means disgraceful gossip about the private lives of other people. ‘Jo bhi karega itna perfect karega ki koi ungli na utha sake.’

MIND – ORDER – desire for: Carc

Order is the meticulous nature.

MIND – PROPER – too – children; in: Carc4

Proper means marked by suitability or rightness or appropriateness.

It also means to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits.


Tasteful means showing good aesthetic judgment or appropriate behavior; free from what is unbecoming. Synonym- neat which means clear and organized


Tidy means

  1. Marked by order and cleanliness in appearance or habits e.g. a tidy person, a tidy house.
  2. Put (things or places) in order e.g. Tidy up your room!
  3. Neat and clean.

WHY he is so?

The fastidiousness of the Carcinosin patient is not inborn. It is conditional.

MIND – UNTIDY – perform; except when he has to: Carc

He is fastidious for the wishes of others. He is tidy to impress others, please others. Otherwise he is not tidy enough. If he does not behave like this, he will confront his problem! This is reality of the fastidiousness of Carc. He has to be fastidious to please others, especially parents for fear of rejection, reproaches etc.

MIND – PLEASING – desire to please others: Carc2

MIND – PLEASING – desire to please others – parents: Carc

MIND – PLEASING – desire to please others – parents – father: Carc

MIND – FEAR – reproaches; of: Carc

‘Koi chillaega, datega ye teri vajah se hua hain’ is bat ka dar rahata hain.

MIND – SENSITIVE – criticism; to: Carc3

‘Log meri taraf kichad uchalenge, jo main nahi chahata.’

To please others, Carcinosin works hard, does not rest until everything is done meticulously.

MIND – REST – cannot rest when things are not in the proper place: Carc

Due to such hard work prostration comes upon him.

MIND – PROSTRATION of mind – working too hard: Carc


Then he feels to take rest.

MIND – REST – desire for: Carc

But, fear and anxieties remains in his mind that if he does not work or perform properly, he will be rejected. So, even in a diseased condition he is fastidious.  If he unable to fulfill the expectation of others, especially parents, he will be troubled, hurt, reproached, reprimanded, punished, and lastly will be rejected. He will not able to gain position in the eyes of his parents.

MIND – FEAR – recover, he will not: Carc

List of rubrics that support the theme of fastidious are as follows:

MIND – ANXIETY – time is set, if a: Carc

MIND – CHECKING – twice or more; must check: Carc

MIND – FEAR – attacked; fear of being: Carc

MIND – FEAR – danger, of impending: Carc

MIND – FEAR – everything, constant of: Carc

MIND – FEAR – failure, of – children; in: Carc

MIND – FEAR – failure, of – examinations; in: Carc

MIND – FEAR – humiliated, of being: Carc2

MIND – FEAR – hurt, of being – emotionally: Carc

MIND – FEAR – punishment; of: Carc

MIND – FEAR – reproaches; of: Carc

MIND – FEAR – suffering, of: Carc

All this is because of …

MIND – AILMENTS FROM – rejected; from being: Carc

The aim is ‘to fulfill expectations of others’ and it becomes a duty and responsibility for him and he performs conscientiously for it as he becomes used to this situation.

MIND – DUTY – too much sense of duty: Carc

MIND – RESPONSIBILITY – taking responsibility too seriously – children; in: Carc

MIND – CONSCIENTIOUS about trifles – children; in: Carc

While doing so, he suppresses his desires, anger, and emotions which are the big SADNESSES in his life. But, when it becomes unbearable for him, he revolts against AUTHORITY. Now, he does not listen to anyone. He becomes indifferent to the feelings of others. Reaction of Carcinosin is expressed in the following rubrics.


MIND – DISOBEDIENCE – children, in: Carc

MIND – FIRE – set things on fire; wants to: Carc

MIND – INDIFFERENCE – loved ones, to: Carc

‘unke khusi ya gum ka asar padata tha vo ab nahi padata.’

MIND – CONTRARY – parents; with: Carc

MIND – ANGER – destroy things; with tendency to – children; in: Carc


MIND – SPEECH – sharp: Carc

Sharp means clearly defined, ending in a sharp point, harsh.

MIND – INJUSTICE, cannot support: Carc3

MIND – TOUCHED – aversion to be: Carc

Touch means to come in contact with; a communicative interaction; affect emotionally.

Previously, he desires caressing, but now due to dissatisfaction, he is reluctant to accept sympathy and consolation.


MIND – CONSOLATION – agg – sympathy agg: Carc

MIND – SADNESS – sympathy agg: Carc

He is in discontentment now.

MIND – DISCONTENTED – children: Carc

This feeling takes him away from humankind and he develops affinity toward nature.  Nature ONLY gives us but does not EXPECT in return.

MIND – NATURE – loves – children; in: Carc

MIND – SEASIDE – loves: Carc

MIND – ANIMALS – love for animals – children; in: Carc

He becomes artistic due to which he feels happy because here he can live life according to HIS wishes.  There is nothing expected from him.

MIND – ART – ability for: Carc

MIND – DANCING – amel: Carc

Dancing is to enjoy to the fullest what is being done, to be completely involved, happily.

MIND – DANCING – children: Carc

MIND – DANCING – love to: Carc

MIND – DANCING – rhythm; with marked sense of: Carc

It is a fastidious, proper, tasteful nature to which he becomes habituated.

MIND – MUSIC – amel: Carc

Music is agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sound.

MIND – MUSIC – desire for – children; in: Carc

Author’s note:

This is from my understanding. It is one view, which may vary person to person. Suggestions, additions are always welcome.


About the author

Sanjay Jadhav

Dr Sanjay Jadhav M.D.(Hom) attended MUHS, Nasik University, Maharashtra, India. He had suffered from migraine for three years which was relieved by a single dose of homoeopathic medicine. Since then he became ardent about homoeopathy. He has been practicing in villages, sub-urban and urban areas since 2009. He identifies himself as a Promisalone practioner (Practising Only on Mind Symptoms Alone) in the tradition of the the late Dr M. L. Sehgal (Rediscovery of Homoeopathy). He is a panel member at Divine School of Homoeopathy, Sangamner, Maharashtra, India and regularly delivers lectures-cum-seminars there. Repertory is his passion and he did an MD in Repertory. His focus of study includes decoding and deciphering meanings of rubrics. Dr. Jadhav is committed to the spread of homoeopathy by sharing works as well as helping others to solve their cases.


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