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Unprejudiced Observer- The toughest rule to follow in homeopathy

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The first and foremost thing that Dr. Hahnemann had advised to all Homeopaths was to stay Unprejudiced. But in the beginning of 20th century itself, Dr. J. T. Kent felt that this was a difficult proposition. It is most important to “not be framed and have no presumption”. Not be influenced by your teachers and mentors, but be guided by what your patients say as they are your real teachers. This is because there is so much diversity and the same rubric can be reached in different ways. You have to develop your own methods to reach conclusions

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