I’m reading Donna Tartt’s new book, The Goldfinch, and I’m absolutely loving every word.
Sometimes, when reading (non-homeopathic) literature, certain phrases remind me of symptoms that homeopathic remedies may help.
This morning I read the phrase “Did she ever have the sense of observing herself from afar, as I often did, as if the explosion had knocked my body and my soul into two separate entities that remained about six feet apart from one another?” (p. 383)
Immediately, I was reminded of the remedy Arnica.
Why? Because many years ago, I read Jill Turland’s book, Getting Back on Track: Using Megapotency Homeopathy, where she writes that “Shock from jarring, falls and blows causes the physical body and the non-physical, etheric and astral bodies to part company, causing unconsciousness (if partial) or death (total severing of the silver cord connecting the physical and non-physical bodies). While the silver cord is still intact, the patient is alive and unless there is too much tissue damage, can still be brought back to consciousness, even after months in a coma. Arnica acts as a magnetic bridge to ensure that the subtle bodies realign perfectly with the physical.” (p.161)
I feel that little Theo Decker, and possibly even his friend Pippa, from The Goldfinch, may have really benefited from a dose of high potency Arnica.
Have you had an accident, a fall or a trauma where you were knocked to the point where you feel your body and soul may have separated slightly?
If you have, I encourage you to talk with your homeopathic practitioner about whether a dose of high potency Arnica may benefit you.
Homeopathy is a traditional medicine. It may be used in conjunction with other medicines. For any chronic condition, it is important to be assessed or examined by your healthcare professional or specialist. Always seek medical advice in emergencies.