"Throughout the whole of life the fullness of what constitutes one's integral self must ever and again be bounded, tempered, and ordered anew. Constantly the power potencies of this fullness are wont to break out into arbitrary self-arrogation of separate power. Arrogating power means to 'show'off in individual separate ways instead of remaining within the 'spirit-ordered' dynamic.
"These separative urges are necessary, however, lest man the microcosm become inert and in order to make him guard and outgrow the anarchic drives of his formative forces. Yet, they make him ill. Illness is necessary, is fundamentally morbus sacer (sacred illness)."
Monday, November 1, 2010
A great precis by Jayney Goddard of the records established in the last two centuries comparing mortality rates and treatment success in epidemics and pandemics by both homeopathic and allopathic protocols. Also discusses the emergence of homeopathic prophylaxis in diseases such as small pox, polio.