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Just what is healing?

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Healing is a call. It is a call to pay attention; to stop and to listen to the message coming from deep within, no matter what the presenting symptoms appear to be. It is, indeed, a call, to pay attention to all that has been locked behind closed doors, and is leeching energy from the present moment of healing opportunity.

In this hyped up world, the majority would rather suppress the call, along with the symptoms and futilely ignore it.

However, what is suppressed, always, always returns.

Those who hear the call, will, even a teaspoon at a time, sift the contents of what caused them to be where they are in order to find repose.

Carl Jung once said, “If you can prove receptive to this “call of the wild,” the longing for fulfilment will quicken the sterile wilderness of your soul as rain quickens dry earth.”

Homeopathy assists this process of transformation in a totally individual way, at a pace which is also individually chosen to suit the patient.    In this impersonal world, it is one of the few therapies which make the journey extremely personal.

Author: Dhanvantari College of Homeopathy

Dhanistha Devi Dasi is the Principal of the Dhanvantari College of Homeopathy. She has been passionately engaged with homeopathy around the world for 30 years. The Dhanvantari College is situated in beautiful Byron Bay, Northern New South Wales, Australia. The College offers professional training in homeopathy, both in attendance at the College and via Direct Live Feed, World-Wide. Dhanistha is the the creator of the Aperture Methodology of Homeopathy. Dhanvantari College of Homeopathy is the only place in the world to learn and qualify in Aperture Methodology (TM). Check with DCH for the Register of Qualified Aperture Homeopaths.

One thought on “Just what is healing?

  1. Reblogged this on The Dhanvantari College of Homeopathy and commented:

    More than ever we need to become more personal, as this world becomes distinctly impresonal


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