DANCING : ( Psoric ) :
To move once feet or body , or both rhythmically in a pattern of steps , especially to the accompaniment of music .
Dancing is usually Psoric but can be Sycotic and Syphilitic also according to the situation and its nature .
Dance is the art of movement of the body , usually rhythmically and to music , using prescribed or improvised steps and gestures .
Dance may also be regarded as a form of non-verbal communication recognizable in other animals ; in bee dances and behavior patterns such as mating dances ; dance by Peacock etc ., .
Belladonna dance is like tapping & jumping and also sometimes wild ;
Carcinocin dance is rhythmical & classical dance .
Stramonium dance is also like jumping and tapping like Bell .
Tarentula dance is violent and with high energy and uncontrollable , If there is no desire to dance rule out Tarentula . Sepia and Tarentula are ameliorated by dance .
CROSS-REFERENCE : Cheerful – dancing , laughing , singing with ; Dancing – agg. – child which is carried by someone who is dancing , in a ; Delirium – dancing , with ; Insanity – dancing , with ; Dreams – dancing ; Generals – Dancing .
DRUGS FOR THOUGHT : CARC ., TARENT ., Bell ., Cic ., Cocc ., Croc ., Hyos ., Orig ., Ph-ac ., Sep ., Stram .
– Ability for : sulph .
– Agg. : borx ., spong .
– Amel. : SEP ., Ign ., Tarent ., cann-s ., carc ., caust ., kali-ph ., nat-m ., nat-sil ., sil ., stann .
– Children : carc ., fl-ac ., hyos ., merc ., nat-m ., sep ., spong .
– Grotesque : Cic ., agar .
– Inability for : nat-m ., nux-v .
– Jumping ; and : STRAM ., bell ., cic ., croc ., grat ., rob ., sec ., stict ., tarent .
– Love to : carc .
– Rhythm ; with marked sense of : carc ., sep .
– Unconscious : ph-ac .
– Wild : Bell ., androc ., camph ., cann-in ., carc ., tarent ., verat .
DR . S . SRIDHAR REDDY .