Heilkunst doesn't rest on blind belief, but anyone can look into the
principles it teaches and see if they are sound.
I was treated by a classical homeopath for 10 years, because I knew
there was some kernel of truth there, but the classical system just
wasn't working. The important thing is to look at the principles behind
the method. Any method can make claims, but are the principles they're
using grounded in laws of nature. If so, are they a complete set of
principles that accounts for all aspects of curing and healing.
The classicists got the notion that you had to use just remedy at a
time, based on symptoms, and it just doesn't hold up according to the
way nature cures. Mostly they studied followers of Hahnemann and not
Hahnemann's original text, with poor translations, and missed a large
part of what he was teaching.
Heilkunst is grounded in very precise scholarship, and the texts are all
available for anyone to study. I was able to learn enough about it in a
short time in order to satisfy my mind that this was the right thing to
pursue therapeutically. Then I went on to study it more at length.
I'll put some links in to
Heilkunst, and if
Don's thinks he is OK then that's good enough for me. Do
you treat vaccine injured children? Meaning the obvious
I'm not qualified to treat those kinds of chronic conditions myself, as
I've only trained so far to a certain level. But Heilkunst does treat
vaccine injured children, many of them. They are making remarkable
recoveries. The book Autism: the
, by Rudi Verspoor covers this well, explains how
Heilkunst works to reverse vaccine damage. The HCH clinic website at
also has articles explaining that.
Actually Heilkunst treats any conceivable condition, because it
understands all the causes of disease that give rise to a myriad of
conditions. Toxicity and trauma of vaccination is certainly one of them.
I was very impressed with the
Elmiger book, for its rarity value if anything, and an MD.
Is he Heilkunst?
Heilkunst is really the whole system that Hahnemann developed back at
the turn of the 19th century, but when he died his research was
suggesting certain directions.. and Elmiger took the research in those
directions. Just like the way that Don furthered Reich's work with
Elmiger's particular contribution was the sequential approach to
treatment. He calls his method Sequential Homeopathy, not Heilkunst. (I
think he practices in France now,
). Rudi studied Elmiger's work and brought the
sequential method to North America where he developed modern Heilkunst
(with Steven Decker).
By the way, the Heilkunst practitioners aren't MD's, but they're Doctors
of Heilkunst and Homeopathy, meaning they have a 4-year doctoral
training which includes anatomy and physiology, but all from the Dynamic
Whatever you choose to do with this info is fine with me :). I'm just
following the path of truth as I see it, sharing what I know when it's
appropriate to do that, respecting others' discernment even if they