Updated: Jun 16
As a student of homeopathy, we recognize that there is a “vital force,” an energy which animates a person, a living being.
Many cultures call this different things. Ayurveda has a similar definition to homeopathy. Similar in many ways to traditional Chinese medicine, which it influenced, Ayurveda is based on the concept of an internal “vital force,” or energy, that sustains all life.
Some call it a soul. Defined as “the spiritual or immaterial part of a human being or animal.”
This vital force. Has many names.
force of life.
Samuel Hahnemann the founder of homeopathy in 1796, a physician at the time who was tired of what he considered to be the barbaric practices of his profession like blood-letting and leeching. So he sought out another healing philosophy, and credits his discovery to God. Hahnemann has described the concept of vital force in aphorisms 9 to 17 in the Organon of Medicine. In aphorism 9 he says “In the healthy condition of man, the spiritual vital force (autocracy), the dynamis that animates the material body (organism), rules with unbounded sway, and retains all the parts of the organism in admirable, harmonious, vital operation, as regards both sensations and functions, so that our indwelling, reason-gifted mind can freely employ this living, healthy instrument for the higher purposes of our existence.”
Literally speaking “vital” means essential and “force” means energy/ power, thus vital force means “essential energy” or “energy that is essential for life”.
In one of our lectures while describing the vital force, my professor, a brilliant and world-renowned homeopath, made such an incredible statement. Such a great argument for life. He said that the seed to the tree is a map. It knows how many leaves the tree will have. How many branches. How many roots will run. And how deep. He said in a human at the time of conception. When the life force. An intelligent energy enters the embryo. Life begins.
What I find dubious. Is how conspicuously absent the concept of a soul is, in allopathic medicine AKA; traditional medicine, modern medicine, what we know here in the United States. Western medicine.
How curious that most cultures. Most medical philosophies. All recognize that there is an energy which animates an organism. Except for western medicine.
Has it always been this way?
What has changed? And why?
What would be the reasoning for modern medicine to eradicate the soul? The concept of a vital force? What are the implications of such an eradication?
I wrote about the eradication of the soul which takes place in the trajectory of transhumanism. Here. https://www.mommaforahealthyfuture.com/post/when-science-plays-god-genetically-modifying-our-soul-away
And the history of the trajectories. Over-lap. And they have grave implications for the human race.
What does medicine look like, without a soul? Would you want someone treating you who doesn’t have one? Would you want to be treated as if you don’t have one?
I started looking for articles which discussed the concept of a soul as it pertains to medicine.
On Pubmed there was a study called
“Medical students' understanding of the concept of a soul”
“This study explores students' understanding of the concept of a soul. The 2011 cohort of second-year medical students at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand were invited to participate in an online survey with a free text response asking students to describe their understanding of the soul. The descriptions of the soul included the soul as a "spirit" or "life force" and some described the soul as giving a person their "values" and "personality." Students discussed the location of a soul with most stating that the soul was not attached to the body, but others mentioned the heart or the brain as the seat of the soul. A common theme related to the mortality of the soul emerged, with most believing that the soul left the body at death.”
So this study showed that individuals in medicine mostly believed in the idea of a soul. But how about the industry at large?
A Lancet Article “The soul in medicine” written in 2019 stated, “When I was a child in New York City in the 1940s, the word “soul” was commonly invoked in school, in the neighborhood, at home, and on the radio. Soul had a strong religious connotation, and was invoked regularly in the synagogue I attended as well as in the churches my late wife visited as a young girl. The social gospel orientation of many churches in African American communities would intensify its moral significance in the decades that followed. And soul as a lively, deep, and divided humanity in the writings of the early great civil rights activist W E B Du Bois continues to be relevant and resonant. But in recent decades, the term has largely declined in popular use in the USA.”
“At Stanford University during the 1960s, professors in humanities courses I enrolled in still used this idea of the soul. But in the social sciences and natural sciences, the word was never uttered. At Stanford Medical School, I came to understand that you didn't mention the soul in a basic medical science course if you wanted to prevent derision, yet not so in the clinic. A few of the older clinicians still used it on occasion, especially to lament what they regarded as the effect of “big government” and “big business” in undermining the healing tasks of health professionals. When I entered psychiatry in the early 1970s, I never once heard the word used by clinicians, even when religious patients and their families used it to frame the meaning of their illness and the source of hope.”
Now we are getting somewhere.
How could a concept recognized the world over. The same concept yet differing in name. Where a study of medical students showing the vast majority accepted the concept. Become “divisive?”
This author points to the concept of the soul being mostly “religious” and as the United States largely began to write out God. So too, was the soul, from medicine.
Would you say that the other medical philosophies are religious? Would you say that for instance. Star Wars. Which acknowledges “The Force”, is religious?
Religion carries a negative connotation today. Instilled there by political correctness. Political correctness a recent construct of man. Outweighing an ancient construct of the divine.
Religion is not the same thing as faith. Nor is it the same thing as spirituality.
Religion was the excuse to cancel culture “soul” from western medicine. Before cancel culture was a known form of censorship.
The reason that the soul was removed from medicine. Was because God has been removed from our country. And this is with intent.
The founding fathers mention God or the divine over 200 times in our collective state Constitutions. Congress used to give schools bibles.
The denial of this truth and misinterpretation of the Supreme Court and resulting misapplication of the Constitution and separation of powers, as courts aren’t supposed to make law, merely rule on it, was a step towards Big government and away from the intent of our founding fathers. Writing out God so government can become the highest authority is one of the known historical steps governments employ.
Removing God from court rooms. Removing God from classrooms. Has removed the idea of God-given rights. Kind of hard to be free if rights are government-granted and not God-given. Depends on who is in power as to whether or not you have rights or freedom. Exactly what the founding fathers intended to prevent, as that is the type of tyranny they had escaped.
And this removal of God. Moving us towards Lord Tytler’s end stages of the cycle of Democracy.
This is exactly what the fathers of modern education were looking to do. They were secular humanists. Dewey. Potter.
Potter said “Education is thus a most powerful ally of humanism, and every public school is a school of humanism. What can the theistic Sunday school, meeting for on hour once a week, and teaching only a fraction of our children, do to stem the tide of a five-day program of humanistic teaching?”
Allowing God to be wrongly written out of a country founded for Him and empowered by Him.
The steps to Communism are to take over education, write out God, create class or race warfare, drive up poverty levels, takeover healthcare, take Guns. And we have all these steps happening today.
The steps are essentially the reverse of the steps to keep liberty.
Antonio Gramsci a Marxist wrote “Socialism is precisely the religion that must overwhelm Christianity. … In the new order, Socialism will triumph by first capturing the culture via infiltration of schools, universities, churches and the media by transforming the consciousness of society.”
And it has. As the “religion” of socialism is allowed to be taught but Christianity cannot. Why is a religion of man ok, but not a religion for the divine. A religion for humanism allowed.
Because it gives men ultimate power. Tyrannical power.
You don’t want a government that thinks they are the highest authority. See China. See USSRs anti religious campaigns. It leads to tyranny.
So we understand why the idea of a soul has become something that the individual practitioner believes in. But it is something that cannot be discussed in healthcare. Because talking about a soul. Reminds us of God.
But it is a vast oversight. As it is not just a religious concept. As I earlier described. A soul goes by many names. And is acknowledged the world over. Except for in Western Medicine.
Homeopathy and other philosophies acknowledge that there are three levels of health. Mental. Emotional. And Physical. And how they are all inter-connected. Western medicine just recently came up with psychoneuroimmunology. Which says that the emotional or mental can effect the physical.
Homeopathy acknowledged that any drug can have a profound effect on a person. Including injections. That any trauma, disease, drug, anything which can deeply effect an individual can alter their health on the three levels.
Einstein said that frequency medicine would be the medicine of the future.
Hahnemann predated him by acknowledging this as well. That only an energy medicine can bring back balance to an energy animated organism deeply effected.
“There is a constant interaction of energies, forces, action and reaction. There is no coincidence; every effect proceeds from a cause. There are natural laws like the laws of gravity, magnetism and static. They are all based on certain kinds of energy. So are sound and light, to mention just a few.
It therefore seems reasonable, to assume, that life itself should be based on natural laws too …Laws of energy that govern our life.”
What does quantum electrodynamics have to say?
“Every living organism is an open system operating far from thermodynamic equilibrium and exchanging energy, matter and information with an external environment. These exchanges are performed through non-linear interactions of billions of different biological components, at different levels, from the quantum to the macro-dimensional. The concept of quantum coherence is an inherent property of living cells, used for long-range interactions such as synchronization of cell division processes. There is support from recent advances in quantum biology, which demonstrate that coherence, as a state of order of matter coupled with electromagnetic (EM) fields, is one of the key quantum phenomena supporting life dynamics. Coherent phenomena are well explained by quantum field theory (QFT), a well-established theoretical framework in quantum physics.
Quantum electrodynamics (QED), which is the relativistic QFT of electrodynamics, deals with the interactions between EM fields and matter. QED provides theoretical models and experimental frameworks for the emergence and dynamics of coherent structures, even in living organisms…. A mathematical approach, based on the eigenfunctions of Laplace operator in hyper-structures, is explored as a valuable framework to simulate and explain the oneness dynamics of multi-level coherence in life.”
At the WEF DAVOS summit Yuval Harari said, “If you know enough biology and have enough computing power and data, you can hack my body and my brain and my life, and you can understand me better than I understand myself. You can know my personality type, my political views, my sexual preferences, my mental weaknesses, my deepest fears and hopes. You know more about me than I know about myself. And you can do that not just to me, but to everyone.
A system that understands us better than we understand ourselves can predict our feelings and decisions, can manipulate our feelings and decisions, and can ultimately make decisions for us.
Now in the past, many governments and tyrants wanted to do it, but nobody understood biology well enough and nobody had enough computing power and data to hack millions of people. Neither the Gestapo nor the KGB could do it. But soon at least some corporations and governments will be able to systematically hack all the people. We humans should get used to the idea that we are no longer mysterious souls – we are now hackable animals. That's what we are.”
Just accept you are a hackable animal without a soul. Sounds lovely.
Considering the WEF tells us by 2030 we will own nothing and be happy. Which also sounds lovely. Yay! I can’t wait to be happy and rent a hammer from an elitist who owns everything, as suggested in another demonstration of their dystopian future while the deluded presenter actually believed this concept would catch on with free people.
The goals are all aligned with the UN and WHO. Brock Chisholm the first Director of the WHO following WW2 stated “To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men, their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, national patriotism and religious dogmas.”
Remove peoples need for individualism and therefore individual rights.
Remove from them family traditions which allow for them to pass down history and truth.
Remove from them patriotism which allows for them to want country sovereignty. State sovereignty. Individual sovereignty.
Remove from them religious dogmas. Or a concept of a Creator. An authority higher than the government trying to control you with fear. Well unless it is a religion of humanism. That is ok.
The organization set up to prevent the atrocities of WW2. Quite literally touting the beliefs which allowed for every communist takeover in history. I wonder why they’ve never successfully prevented any genocides. Hmmm.
We can see. We have 20/20 as we can look back using their own quotes through out history. Brock Chisholm in the 1940s. And now Yuval Hararis today. We can see how far they have come in their goals.
They have implemented all the steps they said they needed to have one-world government. And the steps used were the same 8 steps always employed by communists. By collectivists. Who ask you to surrender your individual rights for the perceived betterment of the collective. Which is only ever good for the ruling class who is appointing themselves at the top of the food chain.
Taking control of healthcare controling the people. Healthcare is no longer consumer regulated. Now your medicine is prescribed by bureaucrats.
Driving up poverty levels. Making the debt level unsustainable. Creating a welfare state.
Writing out God. So government becomes the highest authority.
Taking over education. What people learn and read.
Creating class warfare or race. It doesn’t matter as long as the group which believes they are oppressed thinks they are oppressed by another group but not the government.
And taking guns. With red flag legislation and bills trying to hand the “gun epidemic” to public health, the contact tracers, and “mental illness” and with parents being called domestic terrorists. It isn’t hard to see where this is going.
With people taught subjective truth. That all truth is relative. Instead of natural laws. And objective truth. Without discernment. And critical thinking skills. And with the American dream now you can be a cat or whatever you want to be. Rather than you can be free from an overreaching government.
It is now easy to look back and see why the soul. Has been written out. To take control of medicine and do what people allowed during COVID under the guidance not of Doctors, but of bureaucrats. You ought not to have a soul. And the person you are treating ought not to have one either. It makes your job of being a modern day nurse of the third reich easier. And much like then, same now, those who refuse to treat the “useless feeders” as soul-less diseases, are forced out.
And Communism is forced in. Because a people without a soul. Is a country without one. And soulless people are ripe for the taking. Easy to influence. Without a moral compass.
Like in the movie “Golden Compass” when they use an energy machine to splice the children’s daemons. Their souls. From them. Separate their souls from their body. Leaving behind a walking vegetable which soon dies.
The only remedy for this type of “soulless existence and soulless country” is what General MacArthur noted in his 1951 speech. A country in moral decline will decline economically and into complete destruction unless there is a Great Spiritual Awakening.”
Let us bring the soul back. To ourselves. To medicine. To our country. To our world. A truth which crosses the boundaries of philosophies and and cultures is a truth worth preserving.
force of life.