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The Lives of Samuel Hahnemann and William Lilley: Volume one (Healing the Soul) [Gebundene Ausgabe]

David Lilley


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19. November 2013 Healing the Soul
The science of the soul No system of medicine can be regarded as healing if it fails to recognise the primacy of the soul in disease causation, and fails to treat the soul. The soul, mind and body constitute the three indivisible aspects of the unit of life. Disease of one must indicate disease of all. In this hierarchy, the soul is supreme and causative; physical and mental diseases are merely bearing witness to dis-ease experienced at soul level. Born of the soul's lack of basic trust, the subversive force that challenges the sovereignty and ease of the soul (the true-self) is the ego-self (the false-self). Disease takes origin at the interface between these two conflicting forces. To heal any mental or physical disease it is essential to heal the soul of its ego-based disease. The science of homeopathy Homeopathy is a gentle, healing system that stimulates the body's own curative power; its remedies act with precision because they are chosen to match the unique symptoms of the patient. Since the ego-self, the essence of all disease, is a dynamic, imponderable force, the curative influence necessary to bring about healing must also be in dynamic, imponderable form, and its action must match as similarly as possible the singular, peculiarities of the ego-self. Homeopathic remedies are infinitesimal, quanta of energy, and, when matched to the profile of the ego-self, have the power to bring about healing at the deepest possible level: the soul dimension. The science of conventional medicine lacks a soul dimension. Despite its remarkable advances, the orthodox medical model depends on chemistry and technology to control disease; these are limited to the material plane and cannot touch the level of disease causation.

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David Lilley, the son of William Lilley, the psychic healer and homeopath, was born in Leeds, England, in 1940. His family emigrated to South Africa in 1949, where he studied medicine at the University of Pretoria, qualifying in 1962. After his hospital internship, he studied homeopathy at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and Osteopathy at the London College of Osteopathy. Returning to South Africa in 1966, he joined his father in practice. In 1995, he established the South African Faculty of Homeopathy, training registered medical doctors in the art and science of homeopathy. He was Dean of the SA Faculty from 1995 to 2012. In 2007, he retired from his Pretoria practice and moved to Cape Town in order to devote himself to writing, teaching and conducting a small, homeopathic practice.

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