Autopathy is a method of holistic healing, developed out of classical homeopathy. It uses subtle information of the person to be healed. The autopathic preparation is made by this person at home from the saliva, breath or from the information of sevenths chakra in the Autopathy Bottle. It stimulates organism through subtle energies, called in homeopathy vital force, in Chinese traditional medicine qi and in Indian tradition prana. The method was found effective especially in cases of people with chronic, long-term problems (see or read testimonials). It is suitable also for self-care. Autopathy Handbook: Enhancing Our Life Force by Jiri Cehovsky is a textbook on the method.
Autopathy is based on the understanding that all disharmonies of the body and the mind, regardless what they are called, also illnesses, are demonstrations of disturbances in the flow of the subtle energies. These energies animate the organism, they provide it with form and sensations and connect us with the Universe, where the creative information comes from. Autopathy is concerned with the renewal of disturbed flow of the subtle energies, the vital energy, prana, chi and on the principle of fine-matter resonance restores the connection and the ability of the organism to receive the creative information in an optimal way – and so restore harmony also in the body and mind. The extent, to which this succeeds, or not, is always dependent on the inner, karmic condition of the organism and its fine-matter components. Thus autopathy does not treat illnesses, but acts positively on the fine-matter organizing part of a person responsible for our health and reaching beyond the physical body. This is the way how we understand and use in autopathy terms like “healing”, “treatment” and “self-treatment”.
Autopathy can also be used as a complementary method.
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