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Heilkunst, Homeopathy and Healing

October 7, 2013

Let me begin by saying that I am a very basic beginner in the study of homeopathy, so please please please read lots and lots for yourself. It is a complex and interesting system. Perhaps you might begin here

Here’s what happens. We are conceived, we are born, life happens…. lots and lots of life…illnesses, joys, tragedy, triumphs, broken bones, chemical exposures, bad food and other various forms of trauma…you know…think of all the events of your life.

All these events and substances can cause us to be out of balance on physical, emotional and spiritual levels. Homeopathy addresses these imbalances and restores health.

I’m beginning my exploration of this process by first writing a timeline of all the events of my life. Then a homeopathic remedy is made to address these events starting at the present and moving back in time. It is like peeling an onion.

Since this blog is about healing from cancer, let’s talk about that.
Cancer does not all of a sudden just pop up out of nowhere, and is never about just one thing. Cutting, burning and poisoning it does nothing to change the conditions that allowed it in the first place.
There are many levels, over time, that can produce cancer. Emotional upsets, environmental toxins, bad food… just to name a few.
It makes all kinds of sense to me to begin clearing the decks of all this clutter. Think of cleaning a floor…..The first thing to do is clear the floor of everything cluttering it before scrubbing.

I’ve been working on this project since January with some very interesting results. Homeopathy, it seems, is very powerful medicine, though it has been discredited since the publication of the Flexner Report of 1910, and the takeover of medicine by pharmaceutical companies. You can read a bit about it here

As always, do your own research and make your own decisions about how to treat your bodymindspirit.
I am very impressed with this process.

How about you? What are your experiences? Want to try it?

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Bob Gulick permalink
    October 8, 2013 10:41 pm

    You are dertainly on to something in taking a broad approach to understanding the interrelationship of all the factors you mention (and maybe more). I’ve thought of this as holistic — mind, body and spirit are all involved in health. Do you see that as inconsistent with how you think about it? Interesting that mind body and spirit are the three parts of the triangle of the YMCA, whose organizers felt strongly that conventional medicine wasn’t the complete answer to health problems, though they wouldn’t totally dismiss what we know as modern medicine.

    What a coincidence that i decided to check your blog for the first time in many months to find a posting only a day old. Think something’s going through the ether to lead me to check in?

    Hope you are well and singing. Schubert the exuberant is my current source of inspiration every Tuesday night. We’re doing his Mass in A flat. Very upbeat.

    We’ll talk soon I hope.


    • October 9, 2013 8:07 am

      Hi Bob 🙂 I guess you are a mind reader 🙂
      I’m very excited about this project and have been looking forward to working on it for a long time. We are all three…mind, body, spirit. Regular conventional medicine has not caught up with that yet.
      What conventional medicine is really good at is acute trauma care. they are your best friends in that case. If you have a chronic health concern, they have nothing to offer except medicines that will not cure, and often create other problems.
      I am well, though not singing this semester…just the church choir…..Other projects are taking most of my time… Am looking forward to resuming singing soon!
      Talk soon I hope and you can tell me all about the Schubert Mass in A Flat!

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