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Homeopathy: Finding Picture Patterns to Explain Confusing Behavior & Mind Beliefs

Updated on January 27, 2016

Patterns in the Mind

Our world can sometimes be confusing. A place where illogical input does not fit into reality.
Our world can sometimes be confusing. A place where illogical input does not fit into reality.

Whatever Does Not Make Sense Must Be Reviewed Closely

"How Nonsense Sharpens the Intellect" attempts to explain how the mind handles anomalies in our experience.

First, the mind sees something out of the ordinary that does not fit into a familiar pattern of experience. Thus, it has no way to fit it into its understanding of the natural world.

Responses can be overwhelming fear, confusion, disorientation with an inability to cope with the situation. Perhaps a person could even go into shock or feel a creepy or weird sensation.

No matter the initial response to the unfamiliar the mind always attempts to make sense of the situation. Humans have a need to understand and make life meaningful. Psychologist used to call closing the gaps Gestalt, when the mind fills in what is missing to create a whole.


I.Q. tests also use this form of anomaly or incoherence to test how a person deals with incongruent situations. I think these stresses force the mind to find similarities or heightened differences to add contrast in these relationships of things that come into a person's field of vision. At first the situations are unsettling, but over time the mind compensates and finds a way to accept what does not appear to fit into reality.

How an individual responds helps a homeopath determine an appropriate remedy for each person. The person suffering from an illusion or delusion of something that appears unreal, incompatible, unjust, out-of-the-ordinary or unsettling describes the situation and the response.

The homeopath then listens carefully in order to understand the pattern that the individual has created to fit this illogical vision into his life. Compensatory behavior also helps to understand the coping mechanism and an appropriate remedy.

You can see that emotions play a large part of the equation, as well as rationalizations and strategies for continuing a normal life.

The results can be amazingly creative. I wouldn't be surprised if authors, scientists, artists, composers, architects, researchers, computer programmers and city planners, animal behaviorists, gourmets and skilled artisans in every walk of life have gone on their path due to some odd experience in their life.

Homeopathy fits into this picture because when a matching remedy to the patient pattern is found, the individual can continue with his creative nature and fulfill his mission without compensating behavior, reaching his full potential without fear, shock, depression or misgivings.

The Original Study Can be Found Here.

Motivated cultural worldview adherence and culturally loaded test performance.

Do you see the patterns?
Do you see the patterns?

Disclaimer: This Information is for Educational Purposes Only

About the Author

Debby Bruck, CHOM believes that homeopathy is the wave of the future that provides hope and healing to those who have tried every other approach. Follow Debby on Twitter.

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Have you had an out-of-the-ordinary experience that changed your world view?

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    • prasetio30 profile image


      9 years ago from malang-indonesia

      real information. You had success peal the case with your own mind. And I agree with you. Many intellect people around us and I hope they give their capability to help each other.

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      9 years ago

      Hi Marilyn ~ You found my latest hub. I'm so happy that you have faith with 'listening' solutions may be found.

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      9 years ago

      Thank you Debby I would read anything you write. It is very important that everyone practices the art of listening. When individuals listen to their underlying conversations including their emotions generated by fear and love and relay this information to their homeopath the remedy will be found. The homeopath and the individual are partners in the discovery.


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