Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2006
From: Karen <email@example.com>
To: Editor <E-mail>
Subject: Re: My thoughts on Morgellons and treatment
It was my pleasure to provide a little insight into what I referred to as
homotonic treatment, although now that it's been posted, maybe a bit more
background would be in order.
I'm a current student of a radically new and complete medical system,
grounded in Dr. Samuel Hahnemann's 200-year old "blueprint" for cure, which
is effective for modern illnesses of all kinds. It's called Heilkunst, and
includes both homeopathic and homotonic treatment but in a much larger
framework than homeopathy has ever before been understood. It's not just
another method to add to the multitude of methods we already have, but a
framework for understanding how and when to apply any method in the most
Dr. Hahnemann is one representative of the "Dynamic" stream of thought which
also includes the work of Wilhelm Reich and functional orgonomy. But
Hahnemann's work has been largely untapped even by modern classical
homeopaths, due to poor translations and the challenges involved in deeply
penetrating the genius of his work.
Modern Heilkunst is based on recent new translations of Hahnemann's original
work, and brought into practical form by Rudi Verspoor and Patty Smith at
the Hahnemann Center for Heilkunst in Ottawa.
The new translations by German scholar Steven Decker have brought out some
stunning new insights into the nature of disease and the method of real
cure. It's turned everything I knew about natural medicine upside down,
partly in light of the fact that I literally turned my own life-threatening
illness around with this treatment.
I say "partly" not because my success has been less than dramatic, but
because the real value of a medical system is in the truth of the principles
it invokes, not the anecdotal success stories. When we hear a story of the
success of a certain method, if we don't know that a truly curative
principle of nature has been applied, we can't really know whether the
person's symptoms have simply been palliated (in which case the disease
could have actually been suppressed and driven deeper into the system), or
whether the disease entity has actually been eradicated.
The Heilkunst system understands that the human life force is dynamic
(energetic) in nature, and that most modern people have diseases which are
dynamic impingements on the life force. These diseases are not the arbitrary
allopathic disease labels but disease as defined according to its real dynamic nature.
For example, multiple sclerosis is not a disease but a condition including
certain characteristic symptoms. The real underlying diseases which gave
rise to that condition, which may be different for each person who manifests
this condition, need to be clearly diagnosed as to the cause of each
disease. Then curative remedies can be given on the basis of similar
resonance ("like cures like.")
Heilkunst is truly causative medicine, an elegant system for addressing the
diseases that give rise to any and all conditions. It's concerned with the
application of the curative principles of nature with remedies proven to be
curative, and then allowing the natural healing power of the body to respond
in order to complete the total remediation.
This involves the functional polarity of both "curing" and "healing," which
correspond to two complementary sides of the dynamic human life force.
Previously, this "life force" was vaguely understood as something to be
supported, but disease is actually a specific dynamic impingement which
needs to be destroyed. Just like with a pregnancy, you can't remove it by
simply strengthening the person! Bolstering the life force, which is the
aim of most of natural medicine, is addressing only one side of the life
force - an important part of treatment but only really half the task at
So the reason that most alternative medicine methods don't reach to the
roots of disease is because they're only addressing one side of that
polarity, the healing side, and they're missing the key - invoking the curing side of the life force.
A few years back, Don Croft in one of his posts here talked about his trip to see "Dr. Rudi" Verspoor at the Hahnemann Center in Ottawa. He mentioned
being struck by the understanding that disease is an entity to be destroyed,
in rather war-like fashion. But it needs to be done systematically and
according to the natural path that the life force is taking.
Often microbes are secondary to the more primary disease entities, and
simply killing the messenger doesn't work deeply enough. We need a clear map
of the territory to be covered in each particular case, which can take
twists and turns. What we need now is to follow up on the understanding that
disease is an entity to be destroyed, but we need a clear map for that
Heilkunst's actual rate of success is staggeringly high.. and after 30 years
of struggling with the whole gamut of natural medicine approaches, I never
came across any other method that could rightly claim such a high success
rate for real cure. Mostly the word "cure" is taboo even in the world of
alternative medicine, because its real meaning has been misunderstood and
relegated to the realm of quackery. But if we apply what we know about
disinfo tactics, we can see how we've bought into another lie about the
limitations of medicine.
Then of course we need to be able to know when we've actually cured vs. when
we've simply removed some symptoms temporarily without pulling up the real
roots of disease. Heilkunst addresses these issues in a precise and
systematic way, as it's based on principles of natural law that can be
It finally answers the question: Why when we have all these excellent
alternative healing methods are we still applying what amounts to a
hit-or-miss approach? When we're faced with a chronic health problem, we
really have been settling for a very vague understanding of what we're
dealing with. We haven't expected to have real knowledge of the principles
needed to invoke in order to effect a real cure. I think it's time to raise
Heilkunst is practiced at the international Hahnemann Center for Heilkunst,
based in Ottawa, Canada, although patients anywhere can be treated by phone
consults and have the remedies sent by mail. There are also many Heilkunst
practitioners in other areas, and the listings are on their website, http://www.homeopathy.com/clinic
I'm not a Heilkunst practitioner but offer email consulting services to help
people learn how to organize a self-help program for themselves, grounded in
the principles of Heilkunst. http://www.guideforselfhealing.com
Aside from my services, I'm happy to informally address any questions that
people may have about any aspect of Heilkunst. I'm keenly interested in
promoting awareness of this medical system, and anyone interested can
contact the HCH directly too.
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