When reading and studying one mostly activates his left brain hemisphere.But when the right one gets activated, and the reader feels some shiverings over his back, something exceptionally is going on.”Touché” they call it in French language, a passionate terminology, oversimplified and almost rationalized in a boring manner by the psychoanalytical translation, kinesthetic validation.This happened to me when I was reading O.A. Julian’s MM. of new homeopathic remedies.In the introduction to the French edition, this great Hahnemanian writes: “While on this subject we must say with regret, that there is rarely any place in the German and English literature for works by French homeopaths.We find this lack of objective information regrettable.If we honour the Anglo-Saxon and the Germanic authors who write on homeopathy , then we must also raise the status of French homeopathic authors to the same level of importance given to the great names in homeopathy from other nations.”
For me it was a kind of “ déja vu”.I had the same experience of a cold shower, when I came back to Moscow after five years of silence, when I started lecturing about Fortier-Bernoville, Duprat, Chiron et al., especially mentioning drainage, intercurrents, organtherapy etc... History repeats itself.We can call it ignorance, fanaticism, neglect,blind obedience to certain authorities,whatever, but my conclusion is that there is still a long way to go .
And I hope I will be able to go that very long way together with all of you, my dear friends.
Yours faithfully, Eddy.
Features of a case management where it is impossible to discern the simillimum.
What is important to pay attention to when it seems to us that we have found the simillimum?
Does the chosen remedy match the pattern of temporary aggravations?
Does it have an organotropic similarity?
The concept of complementary remedies and antidotes. Read more >>
Dynamic and static transformations.
The difference between an antidot and a complementary remedy. Read more >>
I deal with many acutes (acute conditions) in my practice.
We have to distinguish acutes from chronic conditions, but our approach should be less dogmatic.
We are only the human beings and we are prone to split up psyche and physical , mental and somatic, acutes and chronics.
What does it mean from the homeopathic point of view - acute conditions? I will explain it.
Boger writes: "Science is not what we learn, but the tool which helps us to understand facts".
Since the very moment a child is born his acutes begin to be suppressed. Every time we fall sick we can observe the manifestations of the active miasm coming out.
How should we, as homeopaths, regard the acutes? It is crucial that every acute we meet is treated properly.
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