I Had a Dream

I Had a Dream


— Katja Schütt

This night I had a wonderful dream
I had never dreamed before
I dreamed the world had all agreed
To see the benefit of homeopathic healing law.

I dreamed I saw a mighty room
Filled with women and men
And the paper they were signing said
They’d never fight again.

The allopaths were glad to learn
How the law of similars applied
And were working with homeopaths hand in hand
Making the Hippocratic Oath the universal guide.

All homeopaths joined hands and bowed their heads
Agreements about education and practice were made
They ceased to be discordant minds
And grateful prayers were prayed.

And the people all over the world
Were dancing round and round
As every living thing on our precious earth
Could help defeat disease, with that which Hahnemann found.

Deep, deep in my heart, I do believe
We will make it one day
And humans, animals and plants,
will heal with homeopathy and live in a peaceful way.[1]

Some time ago Dr. Manish Bhatia asked for support
in his “Fight Back” for homeopathy. He got a big response
from the homeopathic community but not many international homeopathic
organizations, schools and pharmacies agreed to support the appeal,
so I had the idea to ask them directly. For me, being a homeopath
not only means to practice this healing art, but also to fight for
it, so that I will be able to practice in the future.

Homeopathy is used for humans, animal and plants in over 80 countries
throughout the world and a constant growth is noted, although there
are still countries in which the word “homeopathy” is
quite foreign. In some countries it is integrated into the public
health care system. Often, it is exclusively limited to doctors,
but elsewhere non-medical professionals are qualified to practice.
In some countries, no quality standards for homeopathic education
exist, or the quality is quite low. In other places, there are problems
with the availability of homeopathic medicines, or pharmacies are
forced by laws and regulations to change the manufacturing procedures,
resulting in deviation from Hahnemann’s original instructions.
And of course, homeopathy has always had its detractors.

Despite all these obstacles to practicing homeopathy, it has always
been and will remain a healing art that requires profound knowledge,
love and the desire to help the sick. With over 300 million patients
using homeopathy, we homeopaths have a duty to offer the best possible
education and to further advance our own healing skills. I think
Hpathy.com has established one of the best educational platforms
where homeopaths can learn and exchange valuable information. Thank
you so much for all your professional work and the time and heart
you put into it!

Future articles will include the history and current status of
homeopathy in different countries and the work of different international
homeopathic organizations. Through this, we aim to give an overview
of the practice of homeopathy throughout the world, to introduce
the great work that homeopathic organizations have performed and
to sensitize each other to the problems homeopaths in other countries
are facing.

This is my contribution to strengthen the homeopathic community
and to promote the worldwide expansion of homeopathy. I hope you
will enjoy these articles.


[1] Changed from the original: “Last night I had the strangest
dream” by Ed McCurdy and “I had a dream” by Martin
Luther King Copyright 2008

Katja Schütt

About the author

Katja Schuett

Katja Schutt, Msc, HP, DHM, PGHom, DVetHom, has studied homeopathy with several schools, amongst which David Little’s advanced course stands out as it offers a really deep insight into homeopathic philosophy and materia medica (simillimum.com). Her current focus lies in working with animals and studying history, the old masters, and research.

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