Mysticism Or Lack Of Senses?

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: The founder of homeopathy, Hahnemann, wrote the book the The Organon of the Healing Art, and its story is very similar to what happened with The Book of Zohar. After Hahnemann’s death, the last and most updated version was kept in the attic of his home for a long time. Only years later, one of his great-grandchildren found and published it. Hahnemann added to this version the basics of the soul or of spirituality. He is the father of homeopathy, and no one has spoken about it before him. How can you define this concept, which seems to have a mystic meaning?

Answer: Homeopathy operates on us by forces that we don’t feel. Although they are transmitted by material carriers, it is impossible to discern them and to measure them. If you take a homeopathic medicine, you will not find anything in it except for the carrier, like sugar for example. So, we can understand why people regard such influences as mystic.

But there is nothing mystic about it. The point is that we don’t have the tools by which we can determine what the energy in the carrier is. If I take an ordinary chemical medicine, I can determine what it is made of in any laboratory. With a homeopathic medicine, any carrier can be the material—for example, a piece of wood. Although there is nothing “chemical” about it, if I suck it or even touch it, I will receive its inner energy, and it will influence me.

This is where the seemingly “mystic” process lies. I receive energy through the contact with its carrier. This effect can be transmitted by touch, by nerves, and the best way is through the nerve ends below the tongue.

We make up a huge system, a giant computer. Each of the organs operates on a certain frequency, and homeopathic medicine influences all these organs.

On the whole, however, when we speak about the whole body whose individual organs cooperate with one another, and each cell knows everything that happens in every other cell, then we must imagine all this as one system that is mutually connected, operating on frequencies and waves, and completely interacting within itself.
From KabTV’s “The Medicine of the Future” 4/7/13

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