One of my esteemed teachers of homeopathy, more precisely of homotoxicology, would often say in defense of homeopathy, “The one who heals is the one who is right.” I will admit that it was obviously not the most scientific statement, but it still reflects some common sense.
The same article states, “In the blind reliance on drugs, surgery, technology and medical establishments, the American medical system has inflicted more harm than good on the U.S. population.” Starfield’s article also states that, “In order to improve the medical system, American policymakers and the medical establishment need to adopt a comprehensive approach and critically examine the failure of the richest country in the world to provide decent healthcare for its people.”
With today’s understanding of quantum physics, it is no longer a stretch to realize that we are not islands but are connected with the whole universe. Many scientists are now revealing other dimensions or parallel universes and are even challenging the notion of time. (Stuart Hameroff, M.D.)
The Atomic Heart, a concept that belongs to Taoist Medicine, is the quantum model that allows you to understand the movement of subtle energy in relation to the morphogenetic field and the organs and meridians associated with it.
See the example below of the heart and emotions related to the heart meridian (where the self mode is in balance, and the ego mode is in insufficiency or excess). Remember, when the individual is in ego mode, the morphogenetic field is in a state of contraction. Anger, for example, creates energetic disturbances and imbalances in the physical and subtle bodies.
This tendency is actually very helpful at some level to further a better understanding of the differences between the various dualities and why these different points of view are difficult to resolve.
During the last 50 years, this new culture has already reached a significant number of people from many different spiritual and social backgrounds throughout the world. I identify this phenomenon the “Quantum Culture.”