The individualization that homeopathic diagnosis requires is a task that is at once singular and holistic. Body and mind are an integrated whole and do not fall ill separately. There is no such thing as a Cartesian split between a soul and a body, but only a vital dynamism that expresses itself simultaneously as psyche and organism. The vital derangement expresses itself organically as a physical disturbance and psychologically as a moral conflict, that is, it produces both levels of illness which are but the expression of the same phenomenon.
Thus, there cannot be such a thing as a local disease in which the whole organism as a biological unit is not involved. Paschero wrote:. To be a true homeopath requires to assimilate that the organism always reacts as a biological entity in disease. This reaction finds its homeopathic simillimum in that remedy which manifests a similar characteristic symptom totality. It is there, in the miasmatically shaped personality, that Hahnemann identified the primary derangement of the vital energy.
Miasms determine constitutional tendencies, shape the personality and pave the developmental way of men.
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They predispose to particular pathological manifestations and also indicate what is to be cured. Paschero argued:. Miasms and their related symptomatology reflect the suffering of the human being and his way of passing through life, which makes the present coherent with his past and is projected into his future. Thus, diseases someone suffers from are not isolated episodes. They are successive aspects of the same diathetic state that emerge from a latent state, being activated by a specific harmful stimulus the patient is susceptible to.
What must be cured is not the current disease but the profound, personal, inner condition which has brought about that particular pathological expression. He opined:. The biophatographic history is the dynamic history of a vital process and not a mere transcription of pathologic symptoms as the effects of the vital dysfunction. He was deeply convinced that therapy has to be based on law as everything in nature is governed by law.
Life is movement and follows universal laws which reign everything in the universe. He saw life as a divine creation and vital energy equating cosmic energy. The vital energy that governs the internal economy operates under the same laws that reign the conservation of cosmic energy in all their aspects…. Being deeply convinced about the existence of God, Paschero opined:. In disease the flow of vital energy is blocked. To restore the hindered flow is the fundamental goal of medicine and equals true cure.
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With homeopathy the free flow of energy can be restored so that humans can improve from the depths of their being, liberate their innermost self and realize the purpose of their existence, according to Paschero. Hippocrates, the so-called father of medicine, recognized that it is about the diseased person not the disease and therefore about individual symptoms instead of disease names. He criticized focusing on local pathology and pointed to the importance of seeing the whole person.
Hippocrates also perceived the idea of similarity when defining two types of treatment and opined that at the deepest source, disease is intimately connected to the dynamics of the personality. Paschero claimed that the physician must return to ancient Hippocratic thoughts as these foster a holistic and constitutional approach regarding all morbid processes. Homeopathy is the only form of therapy that is perfectly adapted to this renewed Hippocratic concept of the patient as a unit and viewing cure as the solution of the constitutional problem as the foundation of dynamic symptoms that precede pathology.
In the hierarchy of symptoms Hahnemann had pointed out the importance of mental symptoms. However, he adds that in psychosomatic medicine the mind is seen as directing the body, thereby ignoring the causes that deform the life of the psyche and destroy its potential for realization. It is important to recognize that mental symptoms are subordinate to a central self… The soul directs and regulates the body, and the disturbances it suffers generate disease and pathology. Paschero understood homeopathy as the only medicine which could reach into the realm of dynamics, correct the miasmatically altered dynamism and thereby assist the individual in self-realization and reaching the purpose of their existence.
Our being expresses itself as a self which fulfills its life plan as a result of the vitality that flows through soul, mind and body… Life is a medium through which we can fully realize our potential. About the capabilities of the simillimum he said:. The individual must continue the process of growth, which always implies a simultaneous state of disease and healing — an unstable balance between the latent, psoric, existential anguish due to the repression of instincts and the gratifications that the social personality will allow.
Only when we realize that our psychological and biological maturity does not consist of defending our separate individuality, preserving our self-centeredness or solving our existential insecurity by accumulating material goods and obtaining power, but in developing a sense of community that will allow us to be rid of our self-consciousness, we are able to fulfill our highest purpose of existence. As Hahnemann maintained, this is possible once the will has been rectified by the simillimum. However, Paschero pointed out that taking the simillimum is not sufficient:.
Tomas Pablo Paschero died in It was an era of a great many outstanding homeopaths, amongst whom Paschero stands out, as he had an exceptional level of understanding of homeopathy. Paschero has been the homeopath of the Argentine Candegabe family, of whom Eugenio Federico Candegabe and his son Marcelo Eugenio Candegabe are well known homeopaths.
Candegabe opined, that in Dr. Paschero affection, gratitude and admiration conjoined in one person.
Paschero was a much respected and beloved teacher who let his students look for their own answers. He listened and respected other opinions, even when different. Commenting on his life and work, Eugenio F.
Always in the service, but always at the top. Sometimes he serves the money, he might even be a miser. Money means strength. Lycopodium invariably serves that perceived as magnificent, that as being the most influential. Like St. Christopher, the Lycopodium type does not assume a priori and inflexible attitude towards problems.
He takes advice from others, accounts for new situations. For a while he serves the Devil, then God, to him it is not a great contradiction. He always serves the strongest - it might even be a strong idea.
In the legend of St. Christopher we can see the development of a Lycopodium individual from being the servant of the lowest, the sensual, to the highest, the spiritual. It is appropriate to add that C. Jung considers the archetype of a child in dreams and legends to be the symbol of the soul. Christopher thus first discovers the lowest levels of existence, the world of sensuality and aggression, later the spiritual values, symbolised by the child who is "as heavy as the world", whom he consciously carries and protects from the danger, represented by the water stream.
The process of discovery is in the form of a service. One of my Lycopodium patients, the father of the Lachesis girl appearing early in the book, told me some two years after commencing the treatment, about an unusual dream. While in some town, he was a witness to an accident. A car hit a small child and it was about to run it over again. He took the child into his arms and walked away with it. For a long time he carried it around the town, such a long time that it felt odd to him.
Finally he took it to the hospital for examination. People in the hospital did not want the child, eventually with reluctance they examined it, and said that it was unharmed. Again he carried the child away, but feeling that he could not hold it forever, he put it to the ground.
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The child made a few steps, looked at him with a deep expression and said: "I am God. Christophorus the Bearer of the Christ , or Christopher, I made him read it only when I heard his interesting story. To Jung a child symbolises the soul, the promise of spiritual growth. Such a growth already manifests itself in the unconscious of the patient.
The patient wants to serve his soul. He wants to go up, not down. Dreams are the unconscious talking to us. In the dream, the patient answers the fundamental question of the Grail: "Whom do you want to serve?