Homeopathy was developed by a German physician Samuel Hahnemenn in 1796 and is based on a principle known as the law of similars, “Let like be cured by like.”

Homeopathic remedies are prepared by taking a single drop of the element being used and adding it to 99 drops of alcohol in a bottle, succusing the bottle 100 times to potentize (energize) the solution. This solution is classified as a 1X dilution.

Then take a drop of this solution and add it to 99 drops of alcohol and success this solution 100 times making a 2X dilution. The homeopathic system indicates the more dilute the substances become the more energetically potent and powerful effect it has on the patient’s condition.

Most remedies are in the 50X and 100X dilution range. If the patients symptoms worsen after taking the low dilution remedy, an effect known as a “proving” has occurred and indicates the patient has been given the proper remedy.

When the patient is given a higher potency remedy 200X or higher, the body is stimulated to mobilize its own healing energies to heal the condition. In essence, jump starting the system. This effect is seen in modern vaccinations when the weakened organism is injected into the patient to stimulate the immune system to develop antibodies to fight off the organism. The Science of Homeopathy by George Vithoulkas.

Homeopathy & the AMIT Technique

The AMIT system holds that healing takes place on many levels, including the mental and energetic levels. Homeopathy has its effect on both of these levels, and has been proven clinically. Even instances where patients experience a placebo effect, we consider this one of the single most powerful therapeutic tool we have; there are no side effects to placebo and it is a highly cost effective approach.

In Europe, homeopathy is more commonly used than pharmaceuticals, due to the lack of side effects and low production costs. In western medical systems, Homeopathy is often considered quackery or placebo.

A couple of centuries ago, before science began to single-mindedly focus its attention on the purely physical aspect of Nature, homeopathy and allopathy walked hand in hand to serve the health needs of mankind. As physical sciences became more successful, the tolerance for ideas that could not be tested by the same criteria diminished. As physical science became more and more quantitative and predictably powerful, homeopathy began to fall out of favor with practicing physicians. Only a small enclave of physicians faithfully persisted in the practice of homeopathy into this century.

One might say this was the emphasis on disease rather than on health that spilt allopathic and homeopathic practice. The physical body reveals the obvious materialization of disease and relationship to the more subtle aspects of man is not so easily discriminated. It can be classified as an objective medicine because it deals with Nature on a purely four-dimensional, space-time level.

Homeopathic medicine, on the other hand, deals indirectly with the chemistry and structure of the physical body, examining substances and energies within the subtle level. This must be classified as subjective medicine at this time, in part because it deals with energy that can by strongly perturbed by the mental and emotional activity of individuals. No diagnostic equipment to support the homeopathic physician has been developed at this time.

The present transition toward an emphasis upon health and wholeness rather than upon disease has enhanced the growing awareness, perspective, and importance of a hierarchy of subtle energies and influences that determine human well-being.

Humankind comprises multidimensional beings living in a multidimensional universe. A disturbance of the energy chain at any level causes ripples to flow between positive space/time energies, negative space/time energies, mind, spirit, and divine. Complete homeostasis cannot exist at the physical level and disease may eventually materialize in one form or another.