Homeopathy Tips for 7/22/08 Accidents

“It was an accident” she said. How often do we hear words similar to this? In case-taking I hear them more often than you can believe. Yet from where I sit as the Homeopath, I do not believe there are any accidents.

When I hear someone say they had an accident I really pay attention to what was happening to them before and after the accident as well as the details of their story. More often than not there will be a thread of this story that came to a head during the accident and the energy of this accident was with them all along.

We might say that it is random chance that two individuals would walk around a corner and bump into each other. A random act we usually do not take notice of. When two individuals traveling in cars at high speed bump into each other we notice this very much because the consequences are much greater. When events like this happen I see them as a wake-up-call. It is time to stop and look for patterns in life that lead to the big “event”.

It takes two individuals to create the accident described above. Is it merely chance that it happened to be these exact two individuals? If the universe is being created by a divine intelligence, then how could there be any chance involved that it would be those two individuals. There are no accidents.

Accidents play a significant role in every persons life. As the homeopath it is necessary to find the reason behind the event. When you do you will see the clearest expression of the dis-ease. Often times if we do not manifest an accident to get our attention, we will manifest a dis-ease expression. This will then be our wake-up-call. The universe will not allow us to go for too very long without a reminder of what it is we are trying to heal.

The homeopath’s greatest job is to understand this and inspire healing before a crisis unfolds. In every crisis it is the bodies best effort to bring a resolution to the persons unresolved healing. It finally comes as a surprise if we are not paying attention. It is the homeopath’s greatest obligation to pay attention and see the ways that a person is headed for the big wake-up-call. It is not our job to inform them as such (I have never subscribed to the idea of doom, gloom and fear as a motivation for healing) but to prescribe the best remedy to inspire healing when we know what is really asking to be healed.

If the remedy is working, it will bring forth the healing response and the need for an accident will diminish.  Homeopathy then becomes the best accident prevention program around.

10 comments so far

  1. Jane on

    I so agree, an accident is a wakeup call and will at least slow you down if not stop you for some time, or forever. Something has to change, generally you have to change some pattern in your life for it to be brought back into balance
    I do enjoy your weekly newsletter.

  2. Debasish on

    Thanks for sending homeopathic news letter. Please I wish to get further clarifications from your end. In my opinion past physical injury as well as mental injury both have importance regarding selection of a homeopathic remedy.That’s why another quality of a homeopath should possess a good listener than orator.They should also possess a good attention towards their patients/ clients while narrating their sufferings.

    Warm regards

    Debasish Bandyopadhyay

  3. Deborah on

    I love this perspective! Your insight is always inspiring to me. I see so much of your perspective in the work “we” do at our clinic in Reno. It is so nice to have you available to our patients (and to me).

  4. Gerald Field on

    Divine intelligence. Yes, it is divine, perhaps something we don’t understand as well as we would like. Yes, intelligence, to the nth degree. Thanks for this example of brilliant thinking. I was just thinking: to ask for foreknowledge of this sort of thing, maybe we don’t have that right. Maybe that’s like the post asking the fence builder why the staple was driven. But then consider that the very characteristic remedy could ask the question, provide the answer, and prevent a future problem. We have this, to use and provide. I appreciate your insight with homeopathy, and sharing these things.

  5. Anthony (Australia) on

    Hi one & All Thank you Robert for these very insightful thoughts.I dont believe in accidents, there is alwayse a reason behind them. Its also interesting how most will attribute the cause to someone or some other circumstance, other than themselves. Its so sad when a tradegy has to occur to help us learn the lesson.

  6. nittur guruprasad on

    thanks for sending me this news letter. As often i feel, equal importance should be given to mental symptoms along with physical symptoms. Infact we often gives more to physical and chances of neglecting the mental.
    with warm regards

  7. Boro on

    Buddha said: Everything is rule by the law of karma: cause and effect appering in interdependence. Primary and secondary causes. Homeopathy is like this.

  8. Jeanne Avery on

    Dear Dr.
    In my book, “Astrology and Your Health”,, I point out that all illness or accidents may serve a purpose. It may be a wake up call or a necessary time to gain more insight, take a rest, or other factors. We need our homeopathic doctors and practitioners to help uncover the reason for such illness or accidents. The beauty is when it can be described without judgment or criticism but with love and a desire to help. (Astrology can certainly help to pinpoint areas that need new awareness through these seemingly negative events). Sincerely, Jeanne Avery

  9. Marie on

    Very eye opening! Thank you for a fantastic summary on “warning signs”. Best Regards, Marie

  10. Acacia on

    I have always felt that when I “accidentally” cut myself in the kitchen or stub my toe, I could have avoided it if I just listened to myself. When I, or my daughters, hurt themselves, I always tend to ask “why?” And isn’t telling that we say “we hurt ourself”?

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