3D Disease: "Pathogen", Terrain And The Very Host Themselves
Homeopathy for Plants by Mark Moodie
Date: 11/23/2010 3:43:28 AM ( 11 y ) ... viewed 16336 times
Can a "medicine" paradigm that is built upon one or even a two dimensional model truly address a three-dimensional disease? Pasteur's death marked the potential beginning of a two-dimensional paradigm for Western Medicine however it appears that one-dimensional greed prevailed! However, alternative medicines took up building the two-dimensional paradigm. IMO, Homeopathy can may be credited as one of the first alternative medicines that helped develop a two-dimensional paradigm.
If we can see and understand a three-dimensional model of disease than we can consider a three-dimensional medicine. [That is, if the one who has the disease wants a complete healing (3-D) rather than a suppression of the symptoms (1-D).] Dr. Ryke Geerd Hammer presented a three-dimensional model in 1981 (which he referred to as the "New Medicine") that clearly addressed and articulated the three-dimensional nature of disease.
I suspect that the same three-dimensional principals involving healing human disease can probably be seen in the realm of agriculture. There is a conventional one-dimensional approach in agriculture that suppress "symptoms" but does not heal. People who have applied the 1-D approach to themselves may have appeared to survive (by suppressing symptoms) but on the agricultural level 1-D has now not only failed to heal it has actually destroyed the terrain as well as many of the "hosts" plus the beneficiaries! Biodynamic Agriculture is the 3-D medicine that is needed for every agricultural terrain.
The following is from a paper that approaches this need for healing in terms of "Homeopathy for Plants".
ANECDOTE AND EVIDENCE
"... The homeopathic tradition greatly values anecdotal evidence (as do farmers incidentally) whilst the guardians of science are very wary of something with so little scope for meaningful comparison. The homeopaths say that
each situation is essentially unique so that replications and the use of statistics is not so straight forward as it is when the goal is to isolate a single variable and test the impact of a carefully controlled intervention. If we ‘merely’ measure the presence of a specific pathogen in a blood test as an indication of success we can find what is toxic to that blood borne organism and administer it. By the criterion we have set ourselves, getting rid of the bug is to cure. A homeopath will say that the state of health of the individual has enabled the ubiquitous pathogen to multiply and become problematic and whilst killing that pathogen might relieve the symptoms, it has not necessarily
addressed the more fundamental situation that enabled the pathogen to proliferate in the first place. In order to do that one must not focus on the pathogen so much as on
the host organism – the person – and see how this particular person responds to the outbreak. One person may become weepy and crave company, whilst another would
become taciturn and seek solitude yet both have the same organism shown in their pathology report. A doctor should probably give the same medicine to each, and a homeopath probably should not. The doctor can rely on the antibiotic that statistics show has killed these bugs in most people. This statistically supported medicine is totally justified within the medical paradigm. What is common to the population as a whole as indicated by the statistics shows the right way for the doctor to proceed. What is gold to the homeopath is what is unique, what is different from the others. One is advised to look up from the parasitic pathogen to the host organism and attempt to regenerate wholeness there, and even to ‘zoom out’ further to the greater context and remove any maintaining causes there. ... This use of the ‘macroscope’ to complement the use of the ‘microscope’ is another instance of the approach to the issues addressed towards the end of this article."
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