Creating Waves of Awareness
Necessity is the mother of innovation:
1. To introduce most accepted basis of the phenotypes of the diseases in Homœopathy and Homœopaths i.e. genetic basis plus environmental influences thereon plus chances. No overview of genetics; yet, as such conceptual threads binds the whole biology as well as relationship between the genetics and evolution of phenotypes, without a brief discussion of it, human entity can’t be understand well. Even if it has been found that the emergence of almost all the traits relies onto the genetic setup of entity and environmental influences thereon, that is to say, most of the time multifactorial causations remain present behind the appearance of majority of phenotypes in every creature and all they operate in a typical manner. Yet, it is very true that, the emergence of some features is mostly in genetic in nature. And, if they at all influenced by any environmental effect, it would be a minimal as influence. For example: colour of the eyes. Usually it is thought that the black colour of eyes is dominant in nature while other colours that occasionally appear are recessive. Then how one can explain the blue, brown, green, hazel and gray colours of the eyes and all the other shades also that occasionally happen to meet in the human iris? Definitively, there would several additional alleles be involved in such phenotypic variations and probably more than one gene would be there. This statement was necessary here to clear up misunderstanding, which would have aroused from my earlier writings, the specific trait comes out of only due to genetic component.
2. To provide Homœopathic world, a most realistic and acceptable model of the causations that have been found responsible for the development of all phenotypes of the diseases and cure. On the other hand, in context of current understanding, lead the Homœopathic world away from conceptual and invisible world of causations that have been said to be causes of all diseases and cure and bring them out of the earlier inferential accepted wisdom.
3. In this context, I have offered a translation of the 'Organon Of Medicine' to the whole Homœopathic fraternity in most contemporary terminology and unraveled the most of mysteries therein.
4. Finally but perhaps most importantly praiseworthy cause is that, by apprising and accepting the shortcomings and mistakes in our own system of medication, which shall certainly play a substantial role in designing the educational policies for this system of medication, in future, bring forward a much more realistic basis for this system of medication and introduce a newer sound understanding than that of capricious tissues of rationales. It shall also facilitate our understanding while learning proposed subjects and generate a harmony within the gist of them, which is inharmonious now. The appreciation of emerging knowledge by the masses exerts a potential impact upon the educational policies. It shall not only put to an end further degradation of our system of medication but it shall also prevent our system from all ill-founded educational policies; so prevalent today that often prepared under the highly politicized influences. For the above reasons, I found this book is very necessary in favour of this most unprivileged science of healing or therapeutic.
Why up-gradation is so necessary?
A. In the first place, after the Hahnemann, now more than one hundred seventy years have been elapsed away so far; and, meanwhile, indescribable growth and development in all the fields of medical science has taken place, especially, in the field of genetics and biotechnology.
B. No up-gradation has done since Hahnemann had departed from this earth.
C. In order to improve human life as well as all living creatures, several new avenues have also came into existence. All those have thrown a most powerful beam of light onto the real cause/s of all phenotypes of the diseases and proposed some new employable tools in the field of medical science for the management of same.
D. All the parameters concerning phenotypes, including normal and abnormal phenotypes, i.e. phenotypes of the diseases, have been established well. And, so, if it is not impossible, then certainly very hard to change or reestablish new parameters; therefore, we have obliged to work under established parametric norms and values concerning health.
E. Finally, but perhaps most importantly praiseworthy cause is that, in the beam of light of most contemporary understanding, there are several shortcomings and mistakes have become evident in the ‘Organon’ that should be redressed as early as possible, if we really want to survive with real Homœopathy. In order to remove conflict, which generates during the study of different subjects prescribed in curriculum in understanding, as well as make our current curriculum of Homœopathy much harmonious, the up-gradation is also important.