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HAHNEMANN’S HEAVENLY ROSE pdf

HAHNEMANN’S HEAVENLY ROSE pdf

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This article addresses the need to include a spiritual perspective in the overall practice of Homeopathy, originally presented in the writings of Hahnemann
This article addresses the need to include a spiritual perspective in the overall practice of Homeopathy, originally presented in the writings of Hahnemann

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HAHNEMANN’S HEAVENLY ROSE
To penetrate into the essence of all being and significance,and to release the
fragrance 
of that inner attainmentfor the guidance and benefit of others,by expressing in the world of forms
truth, love, purity, and beauty 
.This is the sole game whichhas any intrinsic and absolute worth.~ Meher Baba
Photo courtesy of Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust
by Sarah Schall
 
 
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© 2012 Sarah Schall All rights reserved
 
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 ABSTRACT
  Aude Sapere! Hahnemann’s motto has an element of courage inherentin its meaning, encouraging the homeopath to ‘Dare to be wise’. Both wisdomand courage include the domain of the heart, described throughout spiritualliterature for several millienia as the location or abode of God. However, thecentral importance of a spiritual perspective in modern homeopathic literatureis largely overlooked, in part due to modern misconceptions of both God andthe heart (Love).Hahnemann’s references to God appeared in all the versions of his
Organon 
, as well as throughout every aspect of his life, and in personalcorrespondence with fellow Homeopaths and colleagues, including the overallpractice of Homeopathy. Yet, modern provings are most often interpretedfrom a materialistic (i.e., as if nothing exists besides that which is material)and psychological perspective, which is considered to be compatible withmodern science and modern allopathic medicine. The psychologicalperspective appears to address the aspects of mind that includes feelings,delusions, aberrations, etc. Both the materialistic and the psychologicalapproaches do have valid functions, no doubt. However, the absence of aspiritual perspective in the modern practice of Homeopathy may at times limitthe interpretation of the data from provings. Similar limiting perspectivesencompassing all of the areas of homeopathic practice may be discussed in alater paper.The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the validity of a spiritualperspective for the Homeopath according to Hahnemann and many of theearly great Homeopaths, and to demonstrate how limiting perspectives arecreated from the absence of a spiritual perspective in modern homeopathicpractice.This paper mainly addresses the spiritual history of Homeopathy and spiritualreferences that are relevant to the interpretation of modern proving data,using the proving data of Rosa spp., as a pointer to the necessity of includinga spiritual understanding as it applies to the overall practice of modernHomeopathy.

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