What constitutes a cure

As Dr. Samuel Hahnemann exclaims, the term “cure” or health occurs when:

…the spirit-like vital force [dynamis] animating the material human organism reigns in supreme sovereignty. It maintains the sensations and the activities of all the parts of the living organism in a harmony that obliges wonderment. The reasoning spirit who inhabits the organism can thus freely use this healthy living instrument to reach the lofty goal of human existence.

Hahnemann makes it very clear that the “real” person is not the physical body alone. The body is the vehicle for the “reasoning spirit” [force, chi, qi, vital force, consciousness] which it uses to obtain knowledge and experience on this plane of energy/substance, so that it can evolve and experience all of life. In other words, so it can bring out all of its potential [“the lofty goal of human existence”].
Of course, Hahnemann emphasized the need to eliminate any material, emotional, intellectual or ethical cause for the illness. Even though there cannot be a direct contact with this “reasoning spirit,” it can be aided through the “Laws of Similars.” This Law need not be elaborated for those reading, who one takes for granted, know the basic concepts of this approach.

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