Autopathy – harmony from own saliva IV.
The article series was published in the magazine Medunka in 2006.
Autopathy, or holistic healing through homoeopathically potentized own saliva, has its tradition. Mainly in homeopathy itself, where many French or English homeopaths, like Dr. Bon Hoa, Dr. McLeod, Dr. Julian and others, used for healing of persons or animals their own highly diluted body fluids. Also some homeopathic pharmacies in England or Switzerland offer or offered since a long time the potencing of own secretions. Autopathic remedies were used only as products prepared by the pharmacies. I have discovered that this condition is very limiting. To prepare autopathic dilution this way, the urine or blood, saliva or other body fluids have to be mixed with alcohol, so that it does not “go bad” during the transport to the pharmacy. This way, it is not only the information of the given person that is being potentized, but also the information contained in the alcohol itself. And so instead of arriving at an identical state, achieved is only a similarity of the vibrational imprint of the preparation to the vibrational structure of the client. The fine matter resonance is thus not perfect, but only partial. The best quality dilution is achieved when each person makes its own one, at the moment when the saliva leaves his/ her body, and when it is used fresh, immediately after its preparation. Furthermore, the vibrational condition of a person constantly changes and so when the potentized saliva is used several minutes after being prepared, the dilution is applied in an unchanged environment and harmonises 100%. This way the closest possible agreement or resonance between the vibrational information of the dilution and the organisational fine matter system of the given person is achieved – an agreement, which was never possible before and so until not long ago there was no experience at all with it. The results are more significant than ever before.
And so the absence of homeopathic pharmacies or producers and the lack of possibility of having the autopathic dilution produced by them had proved to have been an excellent impulse for the advancement of autopathy to a new, qualitatively higher phase. Also the use of saliva was not described by anyone before me, in spite of the fact that it is best suited for the transfer of information about the whole. It has an individual structure, the same as blood, and is therefore used for example in forensic medicine for identification. Approximately six billion various human saliva exist on Earth. Hereby the homeopathic ideal of individualisation of the prescription of remedies arrives at its furthermost border. Instead of a selection from several hundred remedies (as in homeopathy), we have billions at our disposal. But we do not have to laboriously search for anything, we carry our remedy with us. Saliva has also the advantage that it is produced high in the fine matter hierarchy of the chakras, between the fifth, the throat chakra and the sixth chakra of the third eye. And so in comparison to for example urine, it is near to the fine matter vibrations, which are transferred from the high creative sphere to the seventh chakra placed near the top of the head.
In the history we find many mentions about water as a carrier of spiritual fine matter information. For example in the Gospel of John, Jesus says: “…Unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God”.
Water was given great importance in the Buddhist tradition. Only a year after I designed (according to the principles used in homeopathy) and tested the autopathy bottle, I noticed its strong similarity with the Buddhist water vessel, called kundika. Its many exemplars are preserved in museums and private collections. On the kundikas, the willow, a symbol of healing, is represented, like on this one (see image), one thousand years old Kundika that comes from Korea. The kundika was an object that the Buddhist monks carried with them, for what purpose is not known. Later, around the 8th century, kundika became a ritual vessel for the sprinkling of altars with clean water. My personal opinion is that the repeated narrowing of the neck above the “funnel” came to being at a later time, when the original purpose was already forgotten – namely the increasing of fine matter, spiritual vibrations of a person by means of water flow and transfer of information.
Nagarjuna, a Buddhist philosopher (ca. 150–250 CE), is a historically recorded person and some sources state that he lived 600 years. In his Prajnaparamita he mentions two ways to being set free. One is the way of meditation, the other is the way of the “water wheel”, which is brought into motion, as it indicates, through water flow.
In the historical depictions, kundika is held in the hands of a whole row of members of the Buddhist pantheon, for example bodhisattva Maitreya, Avalokiteśvara and also its feminine form Kuan Jin. The accompanying texts usually state that the kundika contains clean water that heals, or a “life elixir”.
In the Buddhist area, namely in Japan, Masaru Emoto recently provided a scientific proof, that water registers and transfers mental and spiritual vibrations of persons. I believe that Medunka’s readers already had the opportunity to get to know this scientist and his discoveries.
Rosicrucian documents show that autopathy was not unknown also in the European area. C. Mackintosh presents one of them in the book Rosicrucians (Trigon, 1997). The members of this mysterious Christian order supposedly made “life elixir” from “body fluids”.
Also alchemists obviously arrived at the autopathic principle. However, because they had to thoroughly code all their knowledge to prevent being burnt at the stake (a purely European contribution to the „spiritual” development by the authorities in power – such problems did not exist in Asia), they did not leave much information for us. In today’s Europe, there is luckily a free environment and arsonists, of whom there is still plenty, can only remember the good old days with sadness.
I often meet in connection with autopathy with the following view: „It is too simple to be true”. But we could say the same for example also about acupuncture or about Chinese pulse diagnosis. Autopathy is not at all simple. That about which we talk in our series is only the basics, the main principles. To achieve healing of chronic ailments, some established in the person for many years, we have to have the relevant know-how. And this we have to gain through learning. It is sensitive work in an ever changing and always individual environment. The next time we will present several cases of cured „incurable disorders”, to demonstrate how autopathy works in the practice.
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