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Homeopathy on hold for a paradigm shift

What is a paradigm? Jörg Wichmann writes in his article "Beyond the Evidence Trap": "A paradigm is a set of ideological principles and views on which a conception of the world or a science is based. Paradigms have evolved historically and are changing."“

An example of this is a paradigm that has long been valid: "The sun orbits the earth." Copernicus, who recognized this error in the 16th century, was not heard, also Galileo Galilei in the 17th century had no chance to refute this dogma of the church despite having invented the telescope. Only Johannes Kepler and Isaac Newton in the early 18th century were the pioneers on the path from a geocentric to a heliocentric world view. This process of changing a way of thinking took almost 200 years.

What have we learned from this? Knowledge is not ultimate. Knowledge wants to expand, consciousness desires to grow. Inexorably! It is only through this process that science is capable of attaining incredible insight.

Through Albert Einstein, physics began to relate matter to energy and light in the last century. E = mc² shows: Energy and Mass are just two different manifestations of the same thing.

Hans-Peter Dürr (Physicist, director of the Max Planck Institute until 1977) speaking in an interview with Anne Devillard: "What characterizes the new physics that then emerged is the transition from a material to a holistic physics.” "Electrons are not actually particles, but oscillating waves. They do not exist! Matter doesn't really exist." "There is no more matter, only a relation, an in- between, just an oscillating Nothingness".“

In 1927 Werner Heisenberg also observed amazing phenomena in his experiments and discovered that in the field of quantum physics exact measurements cannot be carried out because observation influences the result. ( "Uncertainty Principle")

This in turn raises the question: Are the conceptions of the world and the human race that are being taught in medical schools today still consistent and in accordance with what is alive in our lives? Matter as "REALITY"? Does medication need to be a material substance?

As Mephisto says in Goethe's Faust:

"Who wants to perceive and describe something alive,
Try first to drive out the spirit,
Then he has the pieces in his hand,
Only the spiritual bond is missing.

Are mind and matter not inseparably drawn to each other and mutually dependent?

If we try to prove the effectiveness of homeopathy with the research methods currently available, we can only fail, because it is the "spiritual bond" in the transition from information to matter or, vice versa, from matter to information that is effective in homeopathy. (The "in- between"?)

Since the Enlightenment, freedom of the mind has increased in meaning. Living things were and are always in motion.
As Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) phrased it:”Sapere aude! ("Have the courage to employ your own understanding.")

Hahnemann and homeopathy are part of this extended process of consciousness. Already in the Organon (Hahnemann's written legacy) he stated that illness is "detuning of the spirit-like dynamic force", which can also only be cured with "spirit-like, dynamic remedies". And with this insight Hahnemann's conclusion to dematerialize remedies and lead them into their informative essence is simply logical.

More than 200 years ago Hahnemann began to explore the wide field of expression of the dynamic vital force. He was a pioneer and discovered uncharted territory. The following generations are called upon to further develop this legacy.

Literarture
Hahnemann, Samuel; Organon of Medical Art; Karl-F.Haug-Verlag; 1987; § 11 and Footnote 1.

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