1. What is a relation between Weihe points and releasing points in kinesiology, are they the same?
Weihe points are related to the parasympathetic nervous system (Bourdiol) and in frequent cases they are also situated on acupuncture points. Both kind of points can be found by TL (therapy localization) while applying kinesiology.
2. What’s a hand mode:
Alan G. Beardall about the use of hand modes: 'The vast number of applied kinesiology procedures for solving muscle problems had grown and expanded to such an extent, that by 1977, the idea of hand modes was developed out necessity.''The word "mode" is derived from the Latin word "modus" meaning measure or manner. It is defined in Clinical Kinesiology as the form, manner, or position of the fingers of the hand. The fingers, when held in specific positions, have significant meaning to the communication system of the body. These hand modes are the language, symbols, and / or concepts of the biological computer.'
3. What is the best preparation to follow your course of Energetic Examination (E.E.) in Homeopathy?
The best preparation in order to follow my course of E.E. is to follow in your own country a course of Touch for health or a course of Applied kinesiology, because the E.E. is a specialized application of it, created for Unitarian homeopaths.
Nevertheless you can follow the course without that preparation, because the things you need to know will be explained.
The advantage of having followed an introductory course is that you will probably be already accustomed with muscle-testing.
4. In which dilution do we prescribe the ‘ancestral’ nosodes, following the prescription of the correct fundamental or constitutional remedy of the patient?
Hereby I want to mention my own results obtained in an empirical (energetic) way.
Two categories of nosodes are to be distinguished:
1. Medorrhinum, syphilinum, all tuberculinums, all carcinosinums and all Bowel nosodes.
On prescription of each of these nosodes the potency determined by energetic testing varies mostly between 200 and XM K.
2. Psorinum on the other hand is prescribed mostly in a XMM K or L MMK (flux continu) potency.
According to Hahnemann there are three fundamentally important miasms.
- Psorinum refers to the psoric miasm that has existed for millions of years, from the origin of human evolution. Psora is, according to Hahnemann, the basic miasm. This miasm is inherent to the whole humanity and cannot be totally eradicated by either an anti-psoric remedy or by means of any other therapy. The psora is the ‘thousand headed monster’ which returns every time, even after admistering the correct ancestral correction. It is as if we decapitate only one of the thousand heads the monster has with each prescription.
- The sycotic and syphilitic miasms on the other hand have their origin more recently. Those miasms can be treated well and even eradiated by a correct homoeopathic treatment by which every time the awakened ancestral energy must be treated as well. So we see that after some years of treatment the nosodes which are linked with those miasms and their combinations (= tubercular and cancer diathesis) normally are not repeatedly prescribed during continued homoeopathic treatment.
NOTES ON MIASMS:
1. Somewhere in the book Notes on Miasms. (second edition) you wrote about the astrological horoscope that it is important. Why, for what reason and what one need to know from the horoscope to be useful for prescription?
Astrology: Notes on miasms
Page 43: Persona stands for how somebody appears in public, how he is developing, ... (cf. the ascendant in astrology*)
Page 74: The ‘Ego’ of an individual is partly determinated by the birth-horoscope, which shows the strong and the weak features of the individual.
Because everybody is unique and has an own personality, you only can take account of some characteristics of them in a homeopathic way when some personality features pass their own borders. So knowing the birth-horoscope can be helpful but is not at all necessary to do your homeopathic work.
2. Could you please explain what are "hand modes" you publish in the book? For example, on page 99 are 4 drawings but as I can see no explanation. Also, on Appendix - one drawing for thumbs, one for hands (this for hands has very small figures) - what is the idea of these hand modes? What mean the figures and numbers? What’s a hand mode:
a. Alan G. Beardall about the use of hand modes: 'The vast number of applied kinesiology procedures for solving muscle problems had grown and expanded to such an extent, that by 1977, the idea of hand modes was developed out necessity.''The word "mode" is derived from the Latin word "modus" meaning measure or manner. It is defined in Clinical Kinesiology as the form, manner, or position of the fingers of the hand. The fingers, when held in specific positions, have significant meaning to the communication system of the body. These hand modes are the language, symbols, and / or concepts of the biological computer.'
b. The drawings of the appendix show you the place of each specific number or letters to place the fingers to form every specific hand mode.
3. In one of the articles you publish on your new website you wrote that taking Oscillococcinum (anti-grippe popular homeopathic remedy) could awake a sycotic miasm. If that is true that means that perhaps millions of people could be in potentially dangerous situation. I also have taken this remedy many times. So my question is if there is any general (not individualized) remedy to stop this influence of Oscilococcinum? Any one "certain and powerful" anti-sycotic remedy, or maybe Nux-vomica as a "stopper" - but in what potency?
Oscillococcinum (anti-grippe popular homeopathic remedy) can indeed awake a sycotic miasm and moreover, if not indicated, it blocks the case during months so that the patient will not react properly to his simillimum.
But happily that effect goes away after about 6 months (however the sycotic load in the patient will be increased but will be on that moment again in a sleeping state). So it is true that it means that perhaps millions of people could be in potentially dangerous situation.
That’s why I felt obliged to write that article, because by doing that (prescribing an isopathic remedy when NOT indicated) we are undermining our own therapy!
1. Can I use a dream a patient only had once?
A reason sometimes quoted by a lot of homoeopathic schools against the use of dreams is that only those dreams of the patient which occur ‘repeatedly’ may be used.
If we are to take a hard stance on this statement, for the wide variety of dreams available we can only refer to the seven remedies mentioned in the rubric ‘Dreams, repeating’. This makes an absolute mockery of the creativity of the subconscience. This would also be a denial of the many known dream symptoms in the Materia Medica and the repertory recorded by many generations of homoeopaths from the provings and the clinic.
In any case, most dreams recorded in the Materia Medica are dreams that occurred only ‘once’ with the provers!
KENT quotes the following concerning the value of dreams in homoeopathy:
Lectures on Homoeopathic Philosophy, Lecture 37 (p. 208):
‘Dreams are so closely allied to the mental state that he (the prover / the patient) may well say, 'I dreamed last night'; that is a general state.
‘The things that lie closest to man and his life, and his vital force, are the things that are strictly general, and as they become less intimately related to man they become less and less general, until they become particular.’
Conclusion: Practice proves that almost any dream is worthwhile and useful to the homoeopath!!!
This is contrary to what is often lectured.
The main reason why dreams are very useful, is that dreams are carriers of powerful primary energetic information of the patient because censorship of the conscience falls away.
2. I have one motive in my dreams, during many years - this motive is railways and trains: railroads, mainly stations, sometimes with a train or locomotive, or waiting for train, or seeing train which is going, rarely I am in train, sometimes i see only railroad. What could be general meaning of this symbolic?
Dreams concerning trains / railways / … refer frequently to people who are searching their own meaning of existence: being not satisfied with their life now, looking for new experiences, with a drive to travel (carcinosinum, tuberculinum); or it can be an expression of need of communication (like the threads of a spider web) because rails are forming a net (cf. internet) and has a lot of vibrations; …
In your case maybe I can deduce there is an indecision in what you specifically wants to undertake however there are a lot of options you know.