The elements occur in all philosophies. Whether in Western or Eastern, Southern or Northern.
The elements are a symbol of life energy. Each represents a different part of our lives. Each intact medical system is directly or indirectly from it. Therefore we want to consider these energies here. They belong to the original knowledge that all of us dwells.
- Water represents emotion. Again, there are various symbols such as spring, river or lake,…
Added by Gabriele Sielmann on October 14, 2012 at 8:26am —
For cleaning stomach some laxatives are prescribed by old school, I remember, in my childhood, BROOKLAX was given to us which resembled a chocolate softee. Enema is another way. swalloing 100 ml of castor oil with milk was another way for purging. Ayurveda gives some Ghrutha, (medicine mixed with Ghee). Etc.
The Yoga asana way of cleansing is as follows.
In this 5 yogasanas are to be… Continue
Added by kuram srinivasachar anand on November 18, 2011 at 11:00pm —
Cell biologist and medical school professor Bruce Lipton gives 3 short interviews on his thoughts on homeopathic medicine on youtube. He understands the scinece, magic, and mystery of water molecules in the empowering of homeopathy.
I'm pleased that an increasing number of conventional… Continue
Added by Dana Ullman, MPH on July 28, 2010 at 11:30am —
Serendipity acted with providence yesterday. I took my wife out for a coffee. Dunn Brothers coffee is a quaint little coffee shop near the 1/2 priced "used" book store we like to browse. After coffee, I fully intended to quickly browse titles covering the life of Mahatma Gandhi, the Bhagavad Gita and poems by Rumi. And as fate would have it, what I found was looking for me. Life seems to happen in much the same way that Krishna describes it to Arjuna in the… Continue
Added by Andrew Bonci, BA, DC on March 15, 2010 at 11:31am —
Below is an abstract from an interesting yet somewhat difficult paper on the manner in which water is "structured" through its interactions with large anionic proteins and K+ within the cell membrane. It is reminiscent of the work of Gilbert N. Ling, PhD on the intracellular… Continue
Added by Andrew Bonci, BA, DC on March 14, 2010 at 11:39pm —
Miss Prasad, 32, came to us about two years ago. Walking with strange steps, due to her swollen feet, a look of anxiety, fear and confusion on her darkened, ashen, waxen face, the face so characteristic of a CRF patient on dialysis, yet, with eyes hopeful of salvation; as she had heard about our clinic’s reputation of treating complicated cases of all sorts.
Another reason for her optimism was that she had lived almost a normal life for fourteen years under a great… Continue
Added by Dr Shikhar Kaushal on March 6, 2010 at 8:30pm —
Benveniste published his findings on the memory of water in the Journal nature in 1988 under the title "Human Basophil Degranulation Triggered by Very Dilute Antiserum. Todate, the orthodox scientific community blackballed him. The citation to his article in Nature has been suppressed and preprints are very hard to find.… Continue
Added by Andrew Bonci, BA, DC on March 4, 2010 at 10:01pm —
There is a new article in a leading scientific journal about WATER:
Kumar et al. A tetrahedral entropy for water. Proceedings of the National… Continue
Added by Dana Ullman, MPH on March 3, 2010 at 7:00pm —
Water Structure and its Manipulation…
Added by Andrew Bonci, BA, DC on March 1, 2010 at 10:00pm —
Recently, I have been reading prodigiously on some ideas of material scientists on the structure of liquid water. Here, Rustum Roy shares some of his ideas on the difference in the understanding between a traditional chemist and the material scientist when it comes to the content of compounds versus their inherent structure.
Follow this link fot more:… Continue
Added by Andrew Bonci, BA, DC on March 1, 2010 at 8:35pm —
One of my customers has alerted me to an article he co-authored in that specializes in research on WATER. Although this article does have some flaws, I hope that it helps stimulate discussion on this important topic.
Domains of Water Molecules Provide Mechanisms of Potentization in Homeopathy
WATER JOURNAL PDF FILE DOWNLOAD
Added by Dana Ullman, MPH on January 30, 2010 at 2:30pm —
aHAHNEMANN’S ADVANCED METHODS OF MEDICINAL ADMNISTRATIONS
APHORISM 1: “THE physician’s high and only mission is to restore the sick to health, to cure, as it is termed”.
In the very beginning of The Organon of Medicine Hahnemann defines what should be the sole purpose of the homoeopathic physician. Hahnemann not only wrote this aphorism but also he did the same. He dedicated his whole life for suffering humanity and to give them cure.
Added by Charuvahan on July 16, 2009 at 12:00pm —