: the quality of people who have too much pride in their own appearance, abilities, achievements, etc.
: the quality of being vain
: something (such as a belief or a way of behaving) which shows that you have too much pride in yourself, your social status, etc.
: a bathroom cabinet that is covered by a sink and a countertop
1 : something that is vain, empty, or valueless
2 : the quality or fact of being vain
3 : inflated pride in oneself or one’s appearance : conceit
4 : a fashionable trifle or knickknack
5 a : 3compact a
b : a small case or handbag for toilet articles used by women
6 a : dressing table
b : a bathroom cabinet containing a sink and usually having a countertop
What is VAIN
Vanity, Means but no use, In vain means with no use or need – yes
Vanity is excessive concern about looks/ appearance. Those remedies May be excessively concerned about their appearance. Vanity is worry about the appearance and they display it by beautifying themselves excessively. A vain person focuses on how they look. Its not the normal ” Does this lipstick match this dress?”
Its a FOCUS in life. A normal person pays some attention to style hair makeup etc but it is Vanity when it becomes a Focus (obsession).
It is an obsession with one’s appearance. when it means appearance it doesn’t meant “Only” ways his “looks” physically but also his “presentation” in the community or society or more important his presentation of his appearance in front of himself
In the eyes of vanity, life is matter of fact, neither joyful nor dramatic. Therefore he have to give his ownself importance, either physically by the way that he dress or socially by his status or romantically by his destiny, or by any other way. He desire fame, or to be a leader. He go his own way in life ; He does not a follower of anyone or any fashion. He prefer new horizons rather than traditional ones. Unfortunately he is sensitive to ridicule.
The three kinds of vanity all centre on the concept of importance.
1. Vanity (as a mode of narcissism) implies the quality of life is important.
2. Vanity (as a mode of pride) implies my world is important.
3. Vanity implies self-importance.
These are Superficial possibilities but each remedy runs so deap and has so many facets and polarity and Individual Expression, accordingly each remedy will possess vanity for difference purpose.
Lycopodium, Platina, Sulphur, Veratum, Lilium Tig.
1. LYC in vanity is to make himself show off he is stronger, powerful.. and confidence, Lyco is insecure so tries to fix/ deflect with beauty
2. Sulphur is intellectual “nerd”… extreme egoitic .. he always to show off his knowledge , Mental vanity is to project his intelligence.
3. Verat is notorious , he is believing he is powerful and god had purpose for his existence .. he is messenger of god .. and will do things to dominate with the ideas. Sometime it so stronger he might think he himself is god .. put others down. Verat is man more the ego we could say he is lay in character called “HUBRIS” , Religious vanity.
4. Platinum is obscessed with self and beauty, Plat is nyphomaniac more cautious about looks want look sensuous for others,
5. Lilium Tig: Conflict between sex and religion, Prays for salvation
The sexuality is nympomania often with strangers, Therefor Conflict
Prays salvation, Seeks partners, Viscious cycle of destruction
MIND – VANITY
Pall is Eager to please , Needs attention, Is exausted by trying to impress people, Exileration/ exaustion