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ROH Book Series (|-x) Total of 11 books.
|-V||,Written by Dr.M.L.Sehgal
|X-X, Co-authoured by Dr.Sanjay Sehgal and dr.Yogesh sehgal

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There are subtle differences in similar sounding rubrics and one must understand these well in order to apply these effectively e.g., Careful, Cautious and Anxiously Cautious are distinguished as

Cautious (adj):Watchful. Circumspect, marked by caution; warning; prudent forethought to minimize risk.
1. E.G.: A note of caution: be sure that the electricity is off before you install the ceiling fan. (Thus One can be cautious( watchful) before anything happens and Careful while doing things.)
Anxiously cautious :
• Anxious = Characterized by, resulting from, or causing anxiety Characterized by extreme uneasiness of mind SO Anxiously Cautious means taking caution to the level that is sometimes leads to uneasiness of mind.( It’s an extreme degree of Caution)
Another Example is Difference b/w Fear and Anxiety:
Fear: Fear is a sort of discomfort aroused by an impending pain, danger or evil which is specific in nature. Discomfort at the thought of something specific. A Person knows and can identify the object of fear.
Anxiety: Painful or apprehensive uneasiness of mind usually over an impending or anticipated ill. In this the person is not aware of the outcome; here the cause is not certain or specific as in the case.
( Concise Encyclopedia: Anxiety differs from true fear in that it is typically the product of subjective, internal emotional states rather than a response to a clear and actual danger. It is marked by physiological signs such as sweating, tension, and increased pulse, by doubt concerning the reality and nature of the perceived threat, and by self-doubt about one's capacity to cope with it. Some anxiety inevitably arises in the course of daily life and is normal; but persistent, intense, chronic, or recurring anxiety not justified by real-life stresses is usually regarded as a sign of an emotional disorder.)
Thus in this method we have to very minutely differentiate between the rubrics mentioned in the Mind section of the Repertory in order to be precise in the selection of similimum. The most important part of the research of DR. M.L. Sehgal was the expansion of the meaning of rubric by drawing a broader interpretation and inferences needed to capture the soul of the rubric. What Dr.Sehgal used to do was that he simplified the meaning of the words so that we can apply them in our day to day practice.
For further understanding of the Rubrics of the Mind Section of the Repertory, refer to our following books:
1. Specifically : Path Finder (A Clinical Dictionary of Rubrics From the Mind section the repertory) by Dr. Sanjay Sehgal and Dr. Yogesh Sehgal.
2. ROH series( I- XI). ( In all the books at various places you can get the meanings of different rubrics.)
3. You can also Purchase our software – ‘Seigal Expert System’ by Mind Technology which has the meanings of all the rubrics of the Mind section of Repertory