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  • The medical observer By Dharmesh Bhadja the student of homoeopathy
  • In order to be able to observe well… What is not to be met with The capacity and habit of noticing carefully and correctly Both the phenomenon, …taken place in natural diseases and …also the morbid states artificially excited by medicines. And ability to describe them in most appropriate and natural expressions.
  • Come out of ourselves and attach ourselves with all our powers of concentration upon it And for that… “Sound senses”
  •  Poetic fancy Fantastic wit Speculations Forced interpretations Tendency to explain away things … must suspended and suppressed for a while.
  • The duty of observer is only… To take notice of the phenomena and their course; “…What he observes be understood exactly as it is”
  • The reinforcement for learner…This capacity can be innate faculty; it must be chiefly acquired By PRACTICE
  • Exercising a severe criticism in regard to the rapid impressions With Coolness, calmness and firmness of judgment must be preserved WithConstant distrust of our own powers of apprehension
  • Direct our energies of body and mind towards the observation; great patience, supported by power of will, must sustain us in thisdirection until the completion of the observation.
  • In order to develop this faculty… Greek and Romans philosophy  …to attain directness in thinking and in feeling  …Also appropriateness and simplicity of expressing our sensation The knowledge of mathematics also…
  • What is THE MEDICAL OBSERVER? …THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ALL- BOUNTIFUL FATHER AND PRESERVER… TO MINISTER HIS BELOVED HUMAN CREATURES …The holy and sincere spirit…
  • Which is the process…To achieve this faculty…?The best opportunity for excursing and perfecting our observing faculty…is afforded by instituting experiments with medicines upon ourselves.
  • By continuing this carefulinvestigations…Experimenter attains the capability of observing all the sensations, be they ever so complex, even the finest shades of alteration of his health.
  •  The only possible process for beginner to make pure, correct and undisturbed observations. He will thus acquire practice to enable him to make equally accurate observations on others also.
  • …no portrait painter was ever so careless as to payno attention to the marked peculiarity in the featuresof the person he wished to make a likeness of, or toconsider it sufficient to make any sort of a pair ofround hoes below the forehead by way of eyes,between them to draw long-shaped thing directeddownwards, always of the same shape, by way of anose, and beneath this to put a slit going across theface, that should stand for the mouth of this or of andother person; no painter, I say, ever went aboutdelineating human faces in such a rude and carelessmanner..
  • Naming of the disease…diagnosis To describe them with such superficial expression And neglecting the striking ness and individuality of the disease.
  • …so true it is thatthe careful observer alone can become a true healer of diseases
  • Thank you