Constitutional Remedy - The Ultimate Goal??Pardon me if this question is considered mundane or too juvenille. But I am a novice to homeopathy and would like to understand it better.
Is the ultimate purpose of a person's Constitutional Remedy meant to eliminate or subdue ("soften") certain mental/mine imbalances that are perceived to be "negative traits" (i.e., obsessive/compulsiveness, suspicious behavior, etc.)?
If this is the case, what is the dose recommened for such a purpose and how often to "maintain" that level of growth?
This idea fascinates me as it seems that many of my friends who have found their Constitutional Remedy are more balanced in many ways because of it.
laddy111 on 2005-03-05
No a constitutional remedy simply removes blocks in the mind/body/spirit complex . This allows the total person to develop in a rounded , spherical manner.
Again once the process is started - it resembles kicking over a flywheel . You do nothing further until the flywheel starts to slow - which may be any period from a month to 10yrs.
passkey last decade
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