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vishnu
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The more I think about it the more Homeopathy really fits with yoga and vedic philosophy.

I read an interesting quote from the Vasistha Yoga yesterday that seemed to be in line with the homeopathic principle

"All these notions exist in the mind. Subdue the mind by the mind...expert washermen wash dirt with dirt. A thorn is removed by another thorn. Poison antidotes poison. " - Story of ikshvaku 

Meher Baba said the same thing "Only actions can nullify actions, in the same way that poison can counteract the effects of poison. A deeply embedded thorn may be extricated by the use of another thorn or any sharp object resembling it, such as a needle, used with skill and precision. Similarly, actions are totally uprooted by other actions"

So this principle seems to be part of the general teaching that masters give and it follows that if all of life flows in this sort of way, the best medical practices would also be based on it.

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Manisha
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Hi Ernst, 

Does homeopathy help the mind? In what way? Or just like in Vamana Avatar story, only the mind has the capability to sort itself? 

When I was young, one of our neighbors was a homeopathy practioner, but I was to young to remember what he was treating me for or how it helped. Last year I went through acupuncture therapy, and that brought a lot of balance. I am trying to understand the different remedials available and how they work. 

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Rhiannon
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@manisha

Here is a link to a very informative podcast on homeopathy. It informs about homeoprophylaxis which is a type of homeopathy that exposes the immune system to the vibration of a disease, such as chicken pox, and the immune system is supported in natural development to respond. I am doing this for my children instead of vaccines to naturally build their immunity.  

 

https://mythicmedicine.love/podcast/cilla-whatcott

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Manisha
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@rhiannon

That looks like a great website. I am going to have to carve some time out to explore it. I haven’t been able to listen to the podcast, but am looking forward to it. There is so much information around, and I have been bombarded with it for the past couple of days.

In comparison to sorting through all that data, the easiest thing seems to be to just sit quietly and feel the blood pulsing through the body and feel the energy flowing, and figuring out how it flows and how to push energy around to where it needs the most. That would be an amazing thing to be able to do.

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