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I often ask myself...

homeopathIn this era of our ever-growing science of Homoeopathy, I often ask myself, that with the abundant of new information, new theories, new laws at our disposal, made possible by astounding discoveries of our science and with the immense power that homoeopathic science has given to us, are we bit happier than less knowledgeable and more helpless fore fathers of Homoeopathy?


Here, the question is not merely academic. It relates to a great contradiction in our lives. In spite of the scientific discoveries, laws and theories, homoeopaths are very much at ease, presenting a picture of chaos and utter confusion.

In my opinion, the reason for this confusion is not the excess of new theories, laws and the hypothesis but it is our inability to apply this knowledge in our life as well as out side of homoeopathy. It is we who are unable to perceive and believe that all religion, all mystic, all philosophy from the west and the east, speaks the same.

It is natural for a scientific man of the 21st century to demand that any new theory must be postulated to cover all of the knowledge. New experiments must be designed and performed until he gets agreement between experimentation and new mathematical proof. But if we be more really pursue in witnessing the phenomena happening in the universe at a more general, wider plane, and in depth witness the phenomena happening at a particular plane, then, we would surely be able to appreciate the beauty of the fact that 'things (Laws) that hold true for the Local (Part) is true for the other parallel phenomena happening in the universe (General)'.