New Publication
Homeopathy in Intensive Care
and Emergency Medicine
Homeopathy First Magazine
Best Vitamin C Drink 
Learn More With Caralyn 


Homeopathy World Community

Creating Waves of Awareness

Differentiating REAL healing from suppression of the disease

Here's my latest article is on that important subject that few people outside of homeopathy appreciate: differentiating real healing from suppression of disease. I write about Hering's law in a modern and user-friendly fashion. Consider sharing it with others (via twitter, facebook, digg, and whatever) and comment on it at the counter the many skeptics/fundamentalists...

Views: 139


You need to be a member of Homeopathy World Community to add comments!

Join Homeopathy World Community

Comment by Debby Bruck on November 27, 2009 at 11:41am
This is a good topic of discussion and links with the conversation about WHAT IS YOUR DEFINITION OF HEALTH?
Comment by Hans Weitbrecht on November 27, 2009 at 8:48am
Dear Members, dear Dana

Even though incomplete this article gives an interesting insight.

In the context of your article, I would like to see cure and healing differentiated.

Both are not the same – a cure refers to the restoration of the sick to health, --healing refers to overcoming of suffering. Healing may coincide with a cure, but is not necessarily the result of a cure. Suffering can be caused by many other things in live, such as: not getting what one desires, birth, old age, death. –

In the context of Hering’s guidelines, it should be noted, that if a case progresses along those lines, it can be taken as an additional hint that this case progresses towards cure. In return, if a case does not progress along those (3) guidelines, it does not speak against the curative action of the remedy.

In every case, it is the independent improvement signs, which give an indication of the curative action of a remedy and not necessarily the appearance of an initial increase of certain symptoms.
This initial increase of single symptoms of short duration, also termed homeopathic aggravation, is a rather undesirable effect, which is best avoided by the use of Q-potencies.

By the law of similars it can be determined if a remedy has cured, suppressed or done nothing in the given case.

Looking forward to more of your contributions.
Comment by Dr.Shiraz.M.Esmail on November 24, 2009 at 6:56am
Indeed this topic needs special consideration in the present day homoeopathy. Thanks for paving light in that way.
Comment by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque on November 24, 2009 at 5:13am
welldone doctor

HWC Partners


© 2019   Created by Debby Bruck.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...