Creating Waves of Awareness
Recently I read Our Master's 208th aphorism. I could clearly understand the first half of his paragraph where he states,
"The age of the patient, his mode of living and diet, his occupation, his domestic position, his social relations and so forth must next be taken into consideration, inorder to ascertain whether these things have tended to increase his malady, or in how far they may favor or hinder the treatment."
But in next line our master writes,
"In like manner the state of his disposition and mind must be attended to, to learn whether that presents any obstacle to the treatment or requires to be directed, encouraged or modified"
Now i am in a doubt whether the STATE OF MIND and DISPOSITION of a person itself can act as an obstacle to cure. Because in Aphorism 211, he says,
".....that the state of the disposition of the patient often chiefly determines the selection of the homoeopathic remedy....."
Are we selecting the remedy based on that state of mind and how could it be an obstacle to cure? Dear Homoeopathic friends, please discuss over this matter to get a clearer view of our master's thought.
But our medicines change the attitude of the patient's only know.... we can give the patient medicine only. If the remedy is right the female should develop a tolerability towards her husband na......
Dear Dr Nagarajan.
This can be viewed as two-fold.