Looking for a Cure?

Dr. Constantine Hering (1800–1880) is considered the Father of Homeopathy in America.

(Homeopathy, medicine from nature, is a system for treating disease based on the administration of minute doses of a drug that in massive amounts produces symptoms in healthy individuals similar to those of the disease itself. Quoted from Herbal Remedies.com.)

Dr. Constantine Hering founded a homeopathic school in Pennsylvania in 1833 called Allentown Academy and wrote ten volumes on homeopathic cures; along with the words of wisdom below, shared with me by Michael Brine, called the “Law of Direction of Cure,” known popularly as Hering’s Law of Cure:

“All healing starts from the within out – from the head down, and, in the reverse order as the symptoms have appeared.”

A healing crises will occur only when an individual is ready both physiologically and psychologically.

The basic foundation for all healing is nutritional preparedness.

A healing crises will begin from within out, in reverse order chronologically as to how the symptoms have appeared, tempered by the intensity of the trauma.

The individual will have the opportunity to re-experience each trauma, physiologically and psychologically, beginning with the trauma of least severity.

It must be recognized that traumas involving emotions, which include all traumas, will be released in order, beginning with unconsciousness, then apathy, grief, fear, anger, pain and eventually enthusiasm [love], in conjunction with the appropriate word patterns for each emotion and thought pattern [sensory memory] which are accessible at each level.

Unconditional love and unconditional forgiveness are the keys to apply and transmute any resistance at any level, once these resistances are brought to view through the application of the laws of love, light and perfection. “

2 thoughts on “Looking for a Cure?

  1. Hello Pam:

    Thanks for the information. I haven’t seen a doctor since the middle 90’s. I have only used homeopathy in Sweden. My friend was a very gifted Homeopath and I only went to her. She passed away, so my experience with this form of medicine is over.

    I have my own methods, and only have an Osteopath if I need one, who is her son, who I also trust with my body. None other. I really don’t like treatments by anyone, but I have helped him and his family over the years and he feels better if I allow him to work on my muscles and bones.

    Fortunately, I have such a good working knowledge of oils, herbs, foods, and I can heal by will or prayer, so I have little need for anyone other than myself.

    That was a good post.

    Thanks Pam,

    • Yes, our Michael B. sent it to me–it’s very interesting, isn’t it? You are blessed, Mike, to know and experience so many ways of healing and by sharing them with others. If I lived next door, I’d be knocking on yours! Have a great weekend. Pam

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