Sondag, 07 April 2013

Seriously, just how long will it take to heal? A thorough examination of healing-true healing

Q: “I have worked with a homeopath now for 2 years and are still healthy. How long does it take to heal with homeopathy? I thought by now they would be healed. ”

With classical homeopathy, goals is “cure”-means that there will be no symptoms of an illness and, consequently, no disease. How homeopathic healing differs from any other forms of healing modality, including other natural health services and care, I will discuss here some of the “things” that one needs to keep in mind when working with a classical homeopath for healing.

What is classical homeopathy?

The average person is not aware that there are different types of homeopathic doctors-so I feel this must be clarified so as to avoid confusion. In fundamental terms, a classical homeopath (aka Hahnemannian homeopath) practices according to the original “laws” of homeopathy, those established by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann several centuries ago (Bhatia, January 2007). The main law of homeopathy, in fact, the first law is: “high mission and only a doctor is to restore the sick to health care, as it is called (an aphorism).

Classical homeopaths usually use a homeopathic medication at a time, one that is chosen based on the individual characteristics of the person.

A contemporary homeopath usually does not work towards healing (“cure”)-work with managing the symptoms of the disease with homeopathic medicines. Often use the combination remedies (5 or more known remedies to help with the symptom). Remedy selection is based on the disease, not the individual. Healing does not often occur when combination remedies are used.

What is true healing?

I also believe that “true healing” needs to be clarified, as most people don’t know that healing actually is. When surveyed, most people believe an absence of symptoms is edited or that they have healed. However, people believe they are healthy, even if they have a disease so long as the disease is not causing symptoms. An example is the person with arthritis who take pain medications per day; until you are in pain, they do not have arthritis in their minds. Another example is a person who takes an antibiotic for an infection. Once you clear the infection, often the person believes they are cared for until it returns the infection. When the infection returns, believe that it is a new infection, not a remnant of the previous one.

True healing, according to Hahnemann’s Organon, is the complete removal and destruction of the disease in its whole extent “. Recurrent infection or arthritis is cured if it returns or remains to some degree.

Working toward the cure

According to Hahnemann’s aphorism States: “the highest ideal of cure is rapid restoration, permanent and health, or removal and annihilation of the disease in its whole extent, more reliable and more harmless, easily comprehensible principles.”

Classical homeopaths need to find the best remedy only out of all the remedies available to begin the healing process and continue the process until complete healing occurs. Take a look at the qualifications:

Quick moving, acting, or occurring with great speed. How long does it take to heal in the fastest way? Each person usually has a length of time that they will be set aside for recovery; After that time, if the person has not yet healed, they begin to look elsewhere for healing (or give up and accept their illness as permanent). But who can put a time line on healing? Although a homeopath (or any person) was not exactly how long anyone has a path of healing, they know that their focus is to make the quick trip possible and as sweet and as possible.

Dessert: not harsh or severe; delicate and soft. A homeopath can suggest a homeopathic remedy that can cure a person quickly, but the remedy should be nice and do not harm in any way.

I like an analogy used by another homeopath (talk by Dr. Manish Bhatia second aphorism Hahnemann):

“I suppose you have to go as far as to say about 100 km’s apart. There are many ways/means to reach b a. You can go walking and probably it will take more than two days. The joints are also going very badly. You can use the cycle and will cover the distance of a day or more. There is a lot of physical work-it is not easy for most of us to ride a cycle for a 100 km (easy) you can choose a scooter or a bike and you will cover the distance in two hours.

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