The LEGACY Continuum
“In our present era, we are fortunate to have the rare privilege of a healing perspective, which arguably, may span thousands of years. How entirely accurate that perspective is, of course, may be questionable. However, the one feature that weaves its way throughout is this primary, One Central Principle: the human body emerging through heart and mind was designed to be an integral revelation of the Vital Force at this level of design and creation. As such, its capacity to heal and be healed is clearly a matter of a restorative re-alignment with the central core of its source -
Healing for the Pattern of Life!”
Hippocrates understood that life is healing: vis medicatrix naturae. Tenth century Abbess, Hildegard von Bingen, broke with tradition and reminded all that women were healers too! Samuel Hahnemann spoke of disease as “obstacles to cure” to the expression of the Vital Force. These obstacles are simultaneously physical, mental, and emotional and are to be “gently addressed to affect a lasting cure” – Lebenskraft.
Rebellious and often outrageous physician, Philippus Theophrastus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim, who adopted the title Paracelsus, meaning "equal to or greater than Celsus" (Celsus, was a Greek encyclopedist from the first century, well known for his tracts on medicine). Paracelsus re-introduced alchemical principles and a practical sense of the oneness of humanity with the “heavens” back into a healing paradigm, mad with religious subjugation.
Remember Constantine Hering MD and his revelatory Law of Cure. The Eclectic physicians, such as Eli Jones MD, who flourished in the early 1900’s before they were either absorbed into the current state of “battlefield medicine” or eliminated, included a wide variety of natural therapeutics and body mechanics with accompanying drug therapies when called for. Professor Enderlien showed us the power of pleomorphism.
Hans Reckeweg MD reminded us that inherent in the “disease” is the cure (as did Hahnemann), and that the body’s response to the presence of a xenobiotic is a healing strategy, whereby the body is attempting to 1) halt the progression of unnatural entropy, and 2) create a different pattern or symptom upon which a new foundation can be re-established and the laws of syntropy can begin to work – “the body is a flow system”.
Bio-physicist Fritz Albert Popp’s ground breaking work with biophotonic, regulator emissions, cited disease as the “presence of additional oscillations”.
Professor Alfred Pischinger was the first scientist to develop a theory for complementary medicine based on the extracellular matrix (ECM) and ground regulation.
Medical physician and acupuncturist Rheinhold Voll’s encouraging union of Eastern meridian flow and Western homeopathy and botanicals sought to “reactivate the mesenchyme”, he once answered in response as to what he was seeking to accomplish with his EAV instrumentation and protocols.
One of Voll’s students, German medical doctor and dentist Helmut Schimmel, developed a system of causal chain protocols using remedies as filters rather than focussing on specific electro-acupuncture points.
Harley Street physician Edward Bach expanded the avenue into the emotional field through his application of flower essences. The late George Goodheart DC, developed Applied Kinesiology, and introduced chiropractic and a plethora of muscle testing practitioners to the continuum of seminal chiropractic and osteopathic understanding (Palmer & Still).
George Meinig DDS (our family dentist when I was practicing in Southern California) re-focalized the work of Weston Price DDS and reminded dentists of their nutritional heritage and front line medical responsibility, as did Royal Lee DDS.
The mandate “primum non nocere” seems to have been lost in the swirl of high drama, present day, technological medicine. We do not wish to decry modern conventional medicine, for we really do owe a great debt to these amazing men and women, their protocols, technologies, and medications that have saved so many lives on the battlefield.
However, since the majority of our lifetime is not lived on a battlefield, is it not reasonable then to consider that other approaches might be successfully implemented in “times of peace”?
The Spirit and acumen of countless, brilliant European, Chinese, Tibetan, Ayurvedic, North, South, and Central American traditional medical practitioners are sensitively and respectfully included in the Physica Energetics’ remedy line.
We invite you to study the contribution of these great men and women, energetically living through the core design of these products. All are illustrative of the Legacy of the One Central Principle, inexorably weaving its way throughout time.
So, let’s clothe the Legacy wisely, in accordance with its laws and principles and in the process, we’ll allow for a noble melding of ancient wisdom in accordance with the requirements and necessities of this current time and cycle. To accomplish this requires a fierce sense of purpose, an open mind, an open heart, and a keen willingness to explore proven protocols of the past and uniquely innovative approaches prepared specifically for the times now in which we find ourselves.
What could be more exciting… and fulfilling!!”
Excerpt from the keynote introductory presentation to the Advanced EAV 100 hour course 2009 Academy of International BioEnergetic Sciences - Dr. Robert Cass