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Specialization vs Homeoapthy and the missing puzzle

April 7, 2012

Ok here I want to look at the detrimental effect of Specialization in Healthcare, what homeopathy has to offer and what it is still missing.

While studying homeopathy I have the opportunity to observe and learn about our healthcare system. Within that I compare the modern approach to that of Homeopathy where I try and see how homeopathy is able to fit into our current system and how in time it could produce a substantial change to the problems we all face within our health issues.

So in our current healthcare system there is a growing army of specialists dealing with different, narrow branches of medicine or surgery. With the development of technology the ability to explore and comprehend these specific areas became rather effective. However when much attention by any one individual is placed to single area of expertise naturally one loses contact with other parts that are equally important. One might be a very capable eye specialist or have extensive understanding in lung diseases with vast library of knowledge about it, however there is a tendency to become so lost in one’s narrow field of expertise that the complete picture of the total constitution of all interconnected parts that make the organism is lost. For example an eye disease may be caused by so many different factors: like disordered stomach, skin problems, malfunctioning liver, poisoning of teeth and so forth and so on. However the professional eye specialist, upon examining the structure of the eye and seeing only the end result/manifestation of the diseases, will prescribe glasses or perform a surgery that very likely will make the patient disabled for life where the possibility for permanent cure is completely sabotaged. So here we can basically see that this “evolution” from the whole into separate parts is ineffective and is making us dependent on each other where also possibilities for abuse are created – and surely these possibilities are used to the full potential.

And we can also observe this same pattern of division and separation in many other areas of our existence: our education system where each teacher considers only his own subject without making clear, understandable links with other subjects thus making the children unable to see the reality of how this world functions, the same with our economic and government systems which are divided into various categories, alliances, unions where some parts are highly regarded whereas the rest are considered irrelevant. And thus we see some areas prospering with wealth and abundance while others suffer in agony experiencing poverty and starvation. It is so obvious that within our compartmentalized world where we don’t see each other fully, we can never see and understand our actual experiences and find solutions to our problems. This belief in separation creates another peculiar problem – we hide from each other, we believe that this separation as our individual mind is who we are and thus by all means we protect ourselves. Privacy and secrecy is honored as means of survival. Within that we close ourselves from getting to know each other, to learn from each other as brothers and sisters. There are many people in this world that had most terrible experiences, diseases from which they recovered and where they realized what exactly did it take within this process to get themselves out of it and surely they would be able, if not that idea of separation, to share in detail the road that they have walked. And with many such stories we would be able to put the puzzle pieces together and realize what disease is and how to cure it.

So here in a way homeopathy comes in and challenges this distorted understanding of modern world medicine and shows alternative ways how to approach and cure the living organisms. Homeopathy looks wide and far when tackling a disease thus getting a full picture of the dysfunctions at hand. Here the stories of success are recorded and categorized, however they are not shared. And that is exactly what keeps us trapped – the privacy of information. Right here we are missing the point – instead of protecting ourselves we should share as hell, create a worldwide database by all participants who are involved in researching diseases – it should be a duty of every practitioner to report to other fellow human beings, as they have ability and means to do it, how to battle the existing diseases. Only in this way we can free ourselves from the existing monsters as pharmaceutical corporations feeding of our suffering making sure it never ends – so that they don’t end.

So until secrecy/the privacy of information exists we will never learn from each other and thus we will remain just but a hiding slaves living in fear of revealing who we have become. The realization must be brought to people that how and as who they exist in their inner and outer worlds is in essence no different from others. Thus there should be no fear to share – we must realize that we are sick because all are sick – and we cannot wait for others to do what we have to do once we realize that we are all here together experiencing the same existence and battling the same problems and need the same solutions.

So dare to share all healers and self-healers how you heal – only then we can go up the hill out of this self-created pit of fear and suffering towards a reality that has no disease but eternal joy for all .

 

“By not sharing the lessons, we shoot ourselves in the foot.” Bernard Poolman

 

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