This blog talks about interrelations of homeopathy and holistic ways of healing with the world beyond medicine, with spirituality, science and politics. The homeopathic way of thinking and questioning about problems, crises and solutions is extended to encompass more than issues of individual health. During two hundred years of work with crises and suffering we have developed a holistic way of looking at contexts and a specific way of listening, which may prove to be very helpful in collective contexts as well. In a loose series of articles I wish to show this by different current issues. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)). You may distribute and reproduce it in accordance with the license terms.
(Not being a native speaker I apologize for any mistakes and appreciate any kind of amendment.) .
Jörg Wichmann, November 2017
I can lose my eyes, and still live on
I can lose my hands, and still live on
I can lose my legs, and still live on
I can lose my ears, nose, teeth, hair, and still live on.
But losing the earth, I would die
Losing the water, I would die
Losing the air, I would die
Losing the sun, I would die
Losing the plants, animals, stars, I would die.
So, which is my true body?
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(Fred Hageneder, Die 7 Wurzeln, Verlag Neue Erde 1982; (nach Jack D. Forbes))