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I have always been curious about several essential questions about life: where do we come from, who are we, what is the death, the sickness, the decrepitude, the consciousness, immortality, the possibility of liberation, the free will, the ascension and the possibility of the enlightenment.

By the age of 16, I became interested in Eastern philosophy, such as Hinduism, the practice of Yoga and its theories. At the time, I had the gratifying opportunity to meet the master of Zen Buddhism, Oriental medicine and Acupuncture Ryotan Tokuda, with whom I began these studies, which were followed for five years in groups and in practice. At 17, I started to study Homeopathy in an excellent circumstance, at a time in groups that contributed to making this specialty become official in our country. And from the age of 19 I had an excellent opportunity to study Anthroposophic Medicine in São Paulo. In this interesting field of knowledge, I was also able to nourish myself with the theories and practices of the Goetheanistic studies, considered one of the foundations of Anthroposophy.

In 1986, I graduated in Medicine from UFMG, with special attention to General Practice, Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I attended the residency in General Clinic in Belo Horizonte and later in Anthroposophical Medicine in São Paulo, Switzerland and Germany as an extension to the Clinic, Psychiatry and Pediatrics. I graduated in Homeopathy at the MG Homeopathic Association. After five years of work in the General Traditional Clinic, expanded by these other therapeutic possibilities, seeking to work and act with the human being as an integrated whole, in the body-mind paradigm, I felt the need to expand my studies on modern Psychology. This interest comes as a goal of acquiring more understanding of the psyche, Psychosomatics and mental symptoms and dreams, these high-ranking symptoms in homeopathic medicine to better select the medications to be given to alleviate and help prevent diseases, . That’s when I became interested in Carl Gustav Jung’s Psychology, about 1992.

Around 1993, one year later, I had a precious opportunity to study Freud with Dr Jarbas Portela and Psychiatric Psychopathology. At that moment I started formatting this method of expanding Homeopathy, which I named as Multidisciplinary Integrative Homeopathic Therapeutics (M.I.H.T.). It consists of a re-reading of Homeopathy, from the integration with the foundations of Psychology, Psychosomatics, the existence of the unconscious, the human tripartition indicated by Anthroposophical Medicine, and my “encounter” with Freud and Pierre Weill. As performed and indicated by Hahnemann creator of Homeopathy and to observe and register the results of the M.I.H.T. myself started a research with self-medication slowly and gradually. Today Therapeutics is in its majority at the age of twenty-one so that it can be presented after many evidences of positive action and long studies. At that moment, I was experiencing the birth of my daughter and the death of my father, which intensified in me the need to invest in this search for consciousness and healing.

In the last 21 years. the M.I.H.T. has been building a unity in diversity and the beyond the multidisciplinary, one kind of dialogue with various sources such as: Psychoanalysis, Transpersonal Jungian Psychology, Art, Literature, Theosophy, Enneagram and Philosophy, to substantiate and clarify, more consistently, what he was developing. Later I did the training at the Brazilian School of Psychoanalysis, Psychosomatic, Postgraduate Psychology Jung, Transpersonal Psychology. Although he is dealing in a controversial field: as the effectiveness or not of homeopathic medication and the existence of the unconscious, its influence on the disease or the actions of human beings, I invest in this way, and knowing that it is very important, and now, in the last ten/twelve years, I have many positive and in man as a hole, action, proves, to show, about 900 with positive action, goods cases and goods individuation history in one hundred thousand pages.

Progressively and surprisingly I see the development of a Therapeutics in my medical practice with significant clinical efficacy and scientific consistency, which presupposes being able to bring evidences to these controversial subjects. That is why I am divulging it for a contribution to an improvement in medicine and society.

What M.I.H.T. is?

I have been interested in Medicine since I was 17 years old, starting at that age my studies on Medicine and Eastern Culture, Acupuncture and Anthroposophic Medicine as well as Homeopathy. In 1986, I received my medical degree from Federal University of Minas Gerais, oriented mainly to General Practice (GP), as well as Psychiatry and Pediatrics. After five years as a General Practitioner, extensive to Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medicine, and having followed-up around five hundred cases, I was in search of other fields, such as Jung’s Analytical Psychology, Psychoanalysis and Psychosomatics in order to investigate scientific bases, and to be able to make better analyses of the results I have got at the general practice clinic.

The Multidisciplinary Integrative Homeopathic Therapeutics (M.I.H.T.) is being developed since 1996 it is one rereading of the homeopathy with the Psychosomatics medicine, Anthroposophic medicine, Jung and Freud´s Psychoanalysis and now is been published this first book, the first draft of this work. The intention is prove the scientific effectiveness of the Homeopathy and to enlarge the possibilities to dialogue with the universities and naturally bring contributions for the human being. Today I have the results to the M.I.H.T. shows the effectiveness of responses to a therapeutic pathway that is essentially homeopathic. Furthermore, it enhances this specialty with a multidisciplinary scientific basis, showing the good effectiveness of Homeopathy by the Psychosomatics medicine and methodology as and its reproducibility the possibility to stimulate the consciousness, the expressing of self. The individuation process in human being is demonstrated with qualitative casuistry around 701 cases, observed until now in all the cases studied. The Homeopathy system, – created by the German Doctor Samuel Hahnemann (1810) after Freud and Jung, added to those authors’ systematization about the existence of an unconscious mind will form a ground to formalize modern Psychosomatics medicine and methodology that together with the Anthroposophic and Eastern Medicine concepts can formalize it as a pathway. It is based on the expansion of studies on mental symptoms and dreams, as in Hahnemann, which is crucial to find the proper medicine for each case. To this purpose, it is based on the psyche dynamics studied in the last century by modern Psychology and Psychosomatics. M.I.H.T. is viewed as a new possibility; it deals with homeopathic medicine based in a triple structure, man symbolic, as in Weil (1977), Freud (1988), Wegman/Steiner (1979), and Goethe (1980).

The M.I.H.T. has acquired over the last twenty-one years, a quantitative casuistry sample with positive clinical and Psychiatric good action specially in depression and bipolar disorders, allergic disease very common in our time, with (of varying intensity) in 700 people. It shows us around 80000 pages about the dynamic of our mind including what was described by Freud (1987), Jung (1988), Weil (1977) and others, very important for the Psychosomatic Medicine. It can evidence the existence of one cartography of consciousness as related by Jung (1976).

The M.I.H.T can strengthen the physic and immunologic self, vital, emotional and mental body self, providing a stimulus to the life drive, the EGO-SELF bridge, to mitigate the obstacles between them. It can also mitigate the unconscious content pathogens, in repetition patterns in the psyche that were demonstrated in the dreams in the qualitative casuistry. All of this process coincides with the reduction of death drive, the symptoms, the diseases and the discomfort. It promotes psychological evolution by catalyzing the psychotherapeutic reproducible process of individuation, in phases, stages, mitigating the repetition of markers in the memory of the and the influences of the indentificatory patterns, of the animosity, the negative elements of heredity and the temperaments reaching one of the origins of the disease by the orientation of the Psychosomatic medicine.

This development occurs through a re-reading of homeopathy, created by the German physician Samuel Hahnemann (1810), post-Freud (1987) and Jung (1998), considering the systematization made by these authors on the existence of the unconscious.

Jung (1964, p. 176) reports: “the discovery of the unconscious is one of the greatest of recent times.” which gets to the formalization of the modern Psychosomatic Medicine. which was associated to concepts of Anthroposophical and in agreement with Bott (1980) and Eastern Medicine, Nei Ching (1975) and Weil (1960).  It doesn´t have the presumption to develop this enlarged therapeutic system but it came, it was inspired on the expansion of the studies of the mental symptoms and dreams indicated by Hahnemann as fundamental symptom to find the correct medication. It is based, then, in the dynamics of the psyche as a guide for the diagnosis, and in the psychologic evolution demonstrated in the last century by the Psychology.

During the period of Hahnemann´s studies these tools were not available. The M.I.H.T. can demonstrate that the homeopathy can give more to the medicine. It can evidence others possibilities beyond the unquestionably good clinical results and scientific Homeopathic develop already acquired in this last 200 years. It also opens a modern scientific possibility in the homeopathy for healing the human being and it can contribute to the many of the scientific aspects for the psychosomatic medicine and the semiotic.

“In addition, we must remember that the same processes belonging to the unconscious have their performance in the formation of symptoms, just as they do in the formation of dreams, that is, condensation and displacement.” (Freud 1969, p. 428).

“The dreams contain images and associations of thoughts that we do not create through conscious intention. They appear spontaneously without our intervention and reveal a psychic activity alien to our arbitrary will. The dream is therefore a natural and highly objective product of the psyche, from which we can expect indications or at least clues to certain basic tendencies of the psychic process “(Jung, 1978).

“The specific way the unconscious communicates with consciousness is the dream. In the same way that the soul has its diurnal side, which is consciousness, it also has its nocturnal side, its unconscious psychic functioning, which could be conceived as dreamlike fantasies. “(Jung, Ab-reaction, p. 31).

The M.I.H.T. is based on a new possibility, which is to deal with homeopathic medications according to a ternary structure, symbol of man, as evidenced by Weil (1977), Freud (1988), Wegman / Steiner (1979), Goethe, written by Steiner (1980).

It is presented as an extension of Hahnemann’s method of Homeopathy, which maintains its four basic laws: similitude, single medicine, experimentation on the healthy human being, infinitesimal doses.

The M.I.H.T. uses the homeopathic remedy sequences, which keep themselves from the possibility of creating pathogenesis because it is rooted on the fundamental structure of human being which is the ternary structure. It is also based on the core symptoms of neurosis and the psychosis which are: the indifference relation to others; thinks opposed to his intentions and the other core of symptoms of feeling of guilt named by Freud (1987) as elements of the Super Ego.

The integration of the psyche contents archetypal feminine and masculine, unconscious and conscious archetypal contents in accordance with Jung (1971) is stimulated, generating a construction of the Self, a transformation, psychological change of the individual that refers to a transcendent function in the psyche. The transcendent function is important in the process of individuation, indicated by Jung (1998) as a path of care and psychological evolution, the harmonizing our unconscious with our own inner center, the self. All this process, the strengthening of self, generates the attenuation of the complexes autonomous, among others. Stimulates the recalling, repeating, and elaborating is stimulated in the quest for the attenuation of repetition patterns and symptoms indicated by Freud (1987), strengthening the conscious Self, releasing the Id, repressions, and mitigation  the Super Ego.

“The state of health implies between the two poles, if one of them has the tendency to prevail its activity, we have the disequilibrium, the disease. It is necessary that the balance be reestablished, whose main action is the heart, which starts to function as a sensory organ, which feels what goes to it from the upper pole and the lower pole; And functions as a dam that catalyzes blood flow in order to harmonize the two opposite tendencies. “(Bott, 1980, p.16).

We have in Homeopathy, a new vision, within a new paradigm, based on what is similar in every human being, in what is reproducible, which is tripartition, Weil (1977), ternary elements, the neurosensorial, rhythmic and metabolic, Bott (1980), the ego superego and id Freud (1987).

With the use of the M.I.H.T, we are reaching the unconscious pathogenic elements, at the level of the metabolic, advancing in the rhythmic, in the feelings, elevating them in thoughts, in the neurosensorial and bringing them back to the will, mitigating the elements of the indentificatory pattern behaviors, marks, traumas already attenuated and soon more conscious. It is really leading the individual to take the direction towards themselves, with the strengthening of the conscious self to get satisfaction, accomplishments and happiness in their lives.

We can observe a negative effect for the pathogenesis, also because the homeopathic sequence begins in CH 15 to reach the rhythmic level, Bott (1980), an opening to consciousness based on Psychosomatic Medicine. It guides us to remember, to differentiate, to elaborate psychic elements and to approach the conscious Self, a center of the psyche, releasing the fragmentary effects of them. It can be said that Hahnemann sought this center which is similar to the basic psora. A point he considered to be of great balance in the human being. Weil (1977), p. 164 says: (…) “”The sphinx as a symbol of the psychosomatic structure of man (microcosm)” (…).

(…) “Returning now to the sphinx, we are already realizing that the three animals – the ox, the lion and the eagle, whose symbols we have already analyzed, correspond to our three physical” worlds “, which are part of our body.

– The ox corresponds to our digestive system, located in the abdomen.

– The lion, to our circulatory system, located in the thorax.

– The eagle symbolizes our nervous system.” (Weil 1977, 92).

It has to do with possibility; however it does not dismiss traditional homeopathic medicine that has already proved its efficacy around the world. It is an approach to that angle after an interesting journey in quest of knowledge, researching and finding elements that can contribute to human healthcare.

The ideal objective of healing is health fast recovery, smooth and everlasting or the clearance and total destruction of disease in all its extensions through a shorter path that is safe and less harmful, based on principles that are easily understandable. (PUSTIGLIONE, 2010, p. 83, free translation). [1]

The methodological criterion used to expand studies about dreams (Hahnemann) was based on Jung, Freud, and Lacan’s studies and on Transpersonal Psychology. It considers the inner search of the real, the diagnosis, the psyche portrayed on the importance of signs, symbols, and signifiers that are intrinsic to dreams as the main expression of the unconscious, giving meanings to it and, thus, differentiating the elements comprised in a life drive, the expansion of the self-consciousness or the death one, the expansion of a fragmented self. In Medicine scope, Semiotics is the area that deals with treatment signs that are symptoms of diseases/pathologies based on diagnosis and prognostics that used symbolisms described on personal unconscious as well as on collective unconscious, as proposed by Transpersonal Psychology. It is a Cartography of Consciousness displaying symbolical and archetypal stages of meaningful evolution. It uses a sequence of medicaments that hinder the possibility of developing pathogenesis, since it is based on man’s basic structure, the triple structure. Homeopathy is a new view, a new paradigm based in what is similar in every human being, in what is replicable, what is threefold elements: sensorineural, rhythmical and metabolic; the Superego, the Ego and the Id. Its bases rest in the usage of unconscious contents as diagnosis elements, using dreams as an imprint, an index. According to Percie (1999) and all Psychology, this is the origin of meanings that guide us to the evolution of the conscience, its strengthening, and in the making of the self, the immunological that causes homeostasis in the system, and the psychological, emotional and mental self. It is possible to observe that unicism, the main homeopathy via, operates with the difference between living being and medicines and their particular similarity and idiosyncrasy. M.I.H.T. follows the similarity in us, as seen in all Psychology and Psychosomatics. It makes it possible to observe the individual in his individuality, in his clinic evolution and in positive psychology as well as in his singular evolution in the process of individuation.

Multidisciplinary is an important concept in Homeopathy and it can be seen in the paradigm of body, mind and vitalism, thus dealing with the subject, the individual and his individuality, his consciousness. One could say it deals with the diseased in a supplementary way beyond diagnosis and traditional treatment. Therefore, the individual acquires clinical recovery as well as it prevents diseases in a global, physical, vital, emotional and mental way. It acts right on the subject, so he gets better as a whole; it also promotes catalyzation of Psychotherapy process, and Psychosomatic progress, looking for the origin of diseases, and consequently having a positive action in several clinical and psychiatric disorder. It also uses a wide array of medicine: allopathic, mainly in the beginning of treatment, such as Welleda, herbal, anthroposophic, supplementary food. It makes it possible to understand the complexity of human being, his need for multidisciplinarity, the importance and limits of all therapeutics scope. It prioritizes the qualitative casuistry, as we are dealing with individuation displayed through archetypal images, through symbols in the psyche. M.I.H.T. is used as a treatment of the individual as a whole, in physical, vital, emotional and mental area as a basic treatment, according to Hahnemann. It is worth to use it as a supplementary treatment to the traditional modern medicine progress. The M.I.H.T. is used as an amplified via from Homeopathy, as a supplementary action, treating the individual, working on the origins of the illness and, in consequence, lessening usage or dependence of allopathic medicine that could have collateral effects. Therefore, it is worth as supplementary to propedeutics and therapeutical actions of traditional medicine. It does not dismiss traditional medicine nor it competes with other types of treatment, but, instead, it adds to it and contributes as being innovative Homeopathy, Psychosomatic and Medicine in general.

In summary:

  • Based on the paradigm of body, mind and vitalism, this process treats the individual in his individuality, his consciousness, concomitantly to the diagnosis/ traditional clinical healthcare.
  • It treats the diseased by supplementing a formal treatment and allowing him to recover his health conditions; it is also effective in preventing new diseases in an immunological, global, physical, vital, emotional and mental way.
  • The approach on ‘’subject on the ground” and treatment of the individual as a whole – physically, vitally, emotionally and mentally – promote a catalyzation of the psychotherapeutic processes and psychosomatic progress that will interfere positively in the treatment of many physical and psychiatric disorders.

This system prioritizes a qualitative casuistry, considering that the stimulus to individuation is universal, been searched by men in all cultures and that is expressed in the collective unconscious and in the individual unconscious, displaying a single aspect that is shown through the transformation of archetypal images and signs from the psyche in search of consciousness. All of that can be observed by the usage of M.I.H.T..

Homeopathy, extensive to M.I.H.T., has a supplementary role to propaedeutic and therapeutic actions from traditional medicine. It does not dismiss nor compete with any other kind of treatment. Its objective is to supplement physical and mental care. It is important to promote it because of its significant efficacy and scientific security, although we are dealing with semiotic and symbolic aspects as expression of our unconscious mind, as a psyche diagnosis. Founded in a how to mentioned by Goethe (1749-1832) written by Steiner (1980), in the analogical thinking of unit in diversity. Today, this process is considered like a modern, a multidisciplinarity which give us more security in this very big field that we have in the Medicine.

[1]  “O objetivo ideal da cura é o restabelecimento rápido, suave e duradouro da saúde ou a remoção e total destruição da doença em toda sua extensão, através do caminho mais curto, seguro e menos prejudicial, baseado em princípios facilmente compreensíveis.” (PUSTIGLIONE, 2010, p. 83).

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ALEXANDER, F. Psycossomatic medicine. N. York: Norton, 1950.

BOTT, V. Uma ampliação da arte de curar 1 e 2 EDIÇÃO. São Paulo: Assoc. Beneficiente Tobias, 1980. p 16.

CALDEIRA, Geraldo; MARTINS, José Diogo. Psicossomática: teoria e prática. 3 ed. Belo Horizonte: Artesã Editora, 2013.

CHING, Nei. O livro de acupuntura do imperador amarelo. 1 ed. Portugal. Ed. Minerva. 1975.

FREUD, Sigmund. O ego e o id: uma neurose do século XVII e outros trabalhos. 2. ed. Rio de Janeiro: Imago, 1988. Cap. III, p. 50-51. (Edição standard brasileira das obras psicológicas completas de Sigmund Freud, 19).

GUIR, Jean. A psicossomática na clínica Lacaniana. Rio de Janeiro: Jorge Zahar Editor, 1988.

________. Conferências introdutórias sobre psicanálise (Parte III) VOLUME XVI (1916-1917).

HAHNEMANN, Samuel. Muito além da genialidade (vida e obra). Dr. Max Tétau; tradução de Claudine Arantes. São Paulo. Ed. Organon; Lisboa: Biopress, 2001.

JUNG, Carl Gustav. A dinâmica do inconsciente. Obras completas. Tradução de Pe. Dom Mateus Ramalho Rocha. Petrópolis: Vozes, 1998, Vol. VIII. P. 22/64/69/95.

_________. Aion, estudos sobre o simbolismo do si mesmo.  São Paulo. Ed. Vozes. 1976.

_________. O Homem e Seus Símbolos. Rio de Janeiro: Nova Fronteira. 1964, P. 166.

_________. Mysterium Coniunctionis I e II. Petrópolis: Vozes, 1971. (Obras Completas de C. G. Jung, v. XIV/II).

MINDELL, Arnold. O corpo onírico nos relacionamentos. São Paulo: Summus Editorial, 1987.

PUSTIGLIONE, Marcelo. O Organon da arte de Curar de Samuel Hahnemann para o século 21. São Paulo: Editora Organon, 2010.

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Basis of Multidisciplinary Integrative Homeopathic Therapeutic (M.I.H.T.)

The idea of homeopathic medicine sequences comes from a correlation among Wegman/Steiner (1977), Goethe (2007), Steiner (1980) and Freud (1987) on human tertiary structure theory. It has its foundations in the correlation among the thinking, neurosensorial body and the superego, the feelings, the rhythmic body and the Ego, the will, the metabolic body and the id and with the elements of the tertiary structure also exposed by Weil (1977). In order to reach one of the origins of the diseases through the psychosomatic medicine, and in the effort to heal them, the M.I.H.T. stimulates the recall, the repetition and the elaboration suggested by Freud (1987). The M.I.H.T. stimulates the differentiation of the ego and the integration of the female and male archetype images in the psyche and the integration with the Self, as suggested by Jung (1988) as an individuation process, for a psychological evolution. We can reach this process through the restoration or reframing of traces in the psyche, thoughts and to mitigate the pathogens unconscious elements, the autonomous complexes, to stimulate the life drive in order to take care and heal people. The idea of integrative medicine is inspired fundamentally by Jung (1990) and his description of the process of individuation: the realization of the individual in unity, in harmonization of the conscious with our inner self or self-center. Jung taught that we can get it, with the integration of the male archetype images plus the female ones in the psyche. He mentioned this idea after concluding his studies on Theology and Alchemy (1991) (1990) the Eastern Medicine that taught us the integration of yin and yang which leads us to Tao, state of wholeness and healing and from patient’s cases studies. It is considered too, the law of five elements, the basis of Chinese Medicine. This integrative process in the M.I.H.T. mitigates the repeating patterns and stimulates the life drive in the psyche and promotes clinical and psychiatric improvements. The origins of the symptoms and the diseases would also be related to four bodies of human being (physical, vital, emotional and mental) and the tertiary structure of Anthroposophical Medicine.

The sequences of medicines used by M.I.H.T. will promote the mitigation of the repeating patterns and of the symptoms in all these bodies.

The dreams are used as important elements for the diagnosis in this therapeutic process, as observed: as a high-ranking symptom for Hahnemann (1980), as well as the archetypes of expression in the psyche for Jung (1960) (1998), intellectual expression of the psyche by Freud (1987) (1976) (1996), expression of feeling and thinking in the anthroposophical vision by Steiner (1987). Pierre Weil also highlights the importance of this triangular model, human framework described in the book; The Sphinx like structure and Man symbol, (Pierre Weil-1977), work done by the author on his doctorate at the Sorbonne in 1972.

Weil (1977) indicates several studies that were made to prove the veracity of the tertiary structure shown in the archetype figure of the Sphinx as a structural model of human being. This study supports the important tertiary basis for making a therapeutic construction. It uses what is common, similar and reproducible. Through the use of the M.I.H.T.. we can integrate these tertiary aspects to mitigate the disease and stimulate the well-being and health.

It is necessary to decipher in the psyche itself, Peirce (1990), Miller (1987), to give a meaning to the symbols, the signifiers, the complex automata, the elements of repetition, the fragmented self, ego, identifications, roles, scripts, tags, not to be symbolically devoured by them. The repetition of identificatory patterns favors the death drive, while the attenuation of them, as proposed by the psychosomatics, constitutes a stimulus to the life drive. If conflicts and complexes are not deciphered, one lives almost as an autonomous individual.

The M.I.H.T. favors this decipherment, promotes a progressive re-signification of this mental conditioning, releasing the individual, little by little, from the unconscious pathogenic elements, from the temperaments, from his heredity. It is based on this premise of the ternary structure also embodied by anthroposophic medicine, psychoanalysis and, later, by psychosomatic medicine.

Dreams are an important factor in this M.I.H.T. as in several psychological, philosophical and religious paths for human evolution, being observed as expression of diagnosis, marks, archetypes, of complexes in the psyche Jung (1998), expression of the psyche, of its unconscious coming to In the conscious self for Freud (1987), expression of feeling and thinking in the anthroposophical view Weigman / Steiner (1979); And symptom of high hierarchy Hahnemann (2001).

The idea of integrative medicine is inspired fundamentally by Jung (1971), Dante apud Bonnell (2005) and its description and indication of human evolution in the process of individuation – the realization of the individual in the oneness, the harmonization of the conscious with its own center Interior or Self. He reports that the male integrated into his anima reaches the inner world and strengthens the Ego-Self bridge, the center of the psyche, the Self, the conscious self, related in this work also to the integrated self and as the feminine integrated to the animus stimulate the Self, the conscious Self. Integrative drugs stimulate this life drive, this transcendent function, this advancement in etherification in the relief of complex automata, attenuating the negative elements and emotions, fragmented in the psyche, promote an elevation and improvement of well-being advocated by these philosophical tendencies of healing. These concepts are intertwined with the concept of Oriental medicine, the Tao is seen as a state of wholeness and healing, which originates in the integration of yin and yang, as archetypal feminine and masculine contents characteristic of the human and universal constitution in Eastern culture, In their medicine, nature and society. One can share this knowledge in the ancient book Tao te King and many others in the book of acupuncture of the Yellow Emperor (1927).

CAVERNA DO PLATÃO

“The allegory of the cave makes the situation clear. Plato imagined that the human experience was a spectacle of shadows: we are in a cave tied to chairs, so we always see a wall, on which the light from outside projects the shadows of ideal archetypal forms. We think shadows are reality, but their sources are behind us, in the archetypes. In the end, light is the only reality, for all we see is light. “(GOSWAMI, 2008).

 

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_________. O Homem e Seus Símbolos. Rio de Janeiro: Nova Fronteira. 1964, P. 166.

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Mental Symptoms –Barthel – Psychic Symptoms of the Homeopathic

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Ego Bridge – Self

This M.I.H.T. treatment stars its process by using of medicines which begins in dynamization of CH15/30/100 and this is increased in sequences, leading to the fulfillment of phases and stages on the path of individuation. Each stage consists of four phases – physical, vital, emotional and mental body integration – each phase corresponds to the use of seven homeopathic medicine sequences, covering the psychoneuroendocrine in the vital centers.

Progressively it is observed that the person occupies more the center of himself, expanding "the house of the conscious self" and achieving a feeling of fullness, safety, creativeness and satisfaction.

Concurrently, there is a mitigation of the;fragmented self, the wheel repetitions, identifications, traces, marks in memory, trauma, heredity influences. There is a decrease of neuroses, complexes (guilt, inferiority, rejection, abandonment ), negative emotions (anger, resentment, aggression, and fear), the compulsion to work, as well as a release of self-repression and pleasure.

The M.I.H.T. mitigates the temperaments (choleric, melancholic, sanguine and phlegmatic) and promotes the strengthening of Self, the conscious Self and the person can live with better integration of his thoughts with his wills, reaching the feelings, through the sphere of the heart consciousness, which is the Self. I was stimulated to develop the M.I.H.T., which fortunately promotes the individuation according to the idea of Jung (1964). He suggested this way of the individuation in order to reduce the outsider and inner conflicts, the war in the world.

The process of the individuation is demonstrated by the studies of dreams and their meaning, their symbolic and archetypal aspects. They are described in around 80.000 pages with the personal story of each patient. Each one of them may characterize the scientific method, the significant clinical effectiveness, because it is reproducible in every one studied so far (around 701 patients). This is observed through the study of patient cases, using the medicines in sequences, phases, stages, each one with its unique characteristics, but with similarities and reproducibility in its development and symbolic semiotics, in different people.

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REFERENCES

BARTHEL, Horst. Synthetic Repertory. Psychic and general Symptoms of the Materia Medica.

JUNG. Carl Gustav. FRANZ, M. L. O homem e seus símbolos.. Tradução de Maria Lúcia Pinho. 2 ed. Rio de Janeiro: Nova Fronteira, 1964.

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Phases of M.I.H.T.

“Therefore, the overcoming of the Oedipus complex coincides with the most efficient way to master the archaic animal and heritage of humanity” Freud (1987).

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The first phase is characterized by the birth of the consciousness of “I” in the physical body. The individual is born to his “I” in the first flash of self-consciousness. Is created the first psychoneuroimmunoendocrine of the subject after the seven sequences actions, each covering the seven vital centers of the body, which refer to the seven major glands. Note that, with an expansion of “I built,” begins an ego bridge to this “conscious self” and the process of the individual becomes the subject of his story. Observed an incidence of archetypal symbols of birth in dreams, such as contact elements of life, fish, Easter egg, retrieving the bag as a symbol of identity, among many others. At that stage it already opens awareness to the intuitive mind. The dreams become clearest, after a certain expansion of consciousness which can be beyond of the space of the time.

The second phase corresponds to the vital integration, restoration scenes and identifications in the field or vital body, with the creation of the second axis of the “I” of the individual. At this stage, the individual acquires vitality to his/her “I” have a little more integrated into your thinking, feeling and willing; he drives his/her life with more energy to your wishes and will. We observed an incidence of symbols representing vitality elements, water, vegetables and a positive rearrangement in the sphere of water and archetypal symbols that show mitigating influences of “Oedipus complex.”

 

 

 

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The third phase corresponds to emotional integration, reframing identifications patterns and autonomous complex scenes in the field or emotional body, with the creation of the third axis of “I” in the individual. At that stage, the subject is able to have a breakthrough in the field in front of himself, of others and the world, with a change of position. There is an advance over the death drive, the core of anguish that breaks and makes the person fall in the emotional field, stimulates the life drive. His emotional wounds are attenuated, with the reduction of mental and physical symptoms. This nuclear anguish cores are responsible for a number of diseases, they are slowed down at this stage, with a visible improvement in symptoms. They are observed in dreams symbols with the rise of content, elevation, climb a ladder.

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The fourth phase contributes to a mental integration, reframing, a restoration of hereditary influences in the field or mental body, with the creation of the fourth axis of the individual. When it finishes, then it finalizes the first stage of treatment, with the birth of the self; “I” advanced on its fragmentation, generating its birth in the first full shaft, held in the physical, vital, emotional and mental body. Note the incidence of dreams with symbols of transformation, with attenuation of contents of “fragmented self” or ego, denoting a mental purification.

Stages of M.I.H.T.

“The goal of individuation is nothing other than to divest the self of the false wrappings of the persona, as well as the suggestive power of primordial images.” (JUNG, 1998. P 64).

 

Considering a first round of 22 steps, each step is acquired attenuation around 4.5%, repetitions of identificatory patterns, negative personality traits, scripts.

In the first stage is built the first axis of the individual in the physical body and the first integration of the “I” in the four bodies. Expanding the first birth occurred as a flash in the first phase, he is now in its first stage as a subject. Takes up the first act integrated with your thinking and feeling.

In the second stage we have the expansion of vital integration that occurs in the second phase, the individual gains an increases vitality to exercise his/her own will, as advances search engine for “himself”.

In the third stage, we have the emotional integration that occurs in the third stage in expanded form, the “conscious self” begins to exert its will on the emotional field, begins a change of deeper position.

In the fourth stage we have an expansion of mental integration that occurred in the fourth phase, the individual acquires a state of being beyond the fragmentation of his mind; the ego, the lower instincts and negative emotions are more significantly attenuate.

In the fifth stage, we have the birth of the expansion of the Self in his verbal expression, beyond significate “the death drive”, from influences of oedipal identification; here indeed is the birth of individuality. There is a stronger attenuation of the complexes, particularly of guilt and inferiority, there is a larger contact “intuitive mental”. They come in archetypal symbols dreams of contact with the sacred, as a church, or an altar.

In the sixth stage, the individual acquires the sight of his personal drama and there is a clarification of the mind. The person returns to central scenes of his drama in memory, and gets the mitigate to the empty persona regarding mental aspects.

In the seventh stage, individual reaches consciousness, that is, act in line with his thinking and feeling, it can be subject to itself, drives his life with an Ego conscious expanding, reducing its projections and the place of the object in relation to another. It can be said that the “self-conscious” when reaches this stage has a match with the goal of psychotherapies in general. It is observed in the individual attenuation in relation to the negative, primitive power, and an expansion of love in the relationship with him/her and with each other.

Example of depressive disorder symptoms: Mild depressive disorder improves in the first and the second stage, the moderate improvement has its fifth and severe depression can have its improvement in fifth or seventh stage.

“Cartography of consciousness”

This cartography represents, in the first holographic view, the first Seven Steps, which can represent the 22 levels. Cartography of universal consciousness expressed by Jung: “The winner is the one who faces the battle of the opposites (conscious and unconscious) and then the vision literally widens, the sun illuminates what once was in the darkness. The three and the four already refer to passages previously developed. The three is already a victory over the opposites and many stop here (albedo). Those who continue up to the fourth make up the complete quaternion (rubedo) and inscribe in existence their victory over the determination of the unconscious. It is the red of life, the blood of the heart, without which the fullness can not be reached ” Carl Gustav Jung, Aion (1988).

“The Last Judgment” – (Michelangelo Buonarroti, Sistine Chapel, 1541)

CARTOGRAFIA

 

The Garden of Earthly Delights is a picture that describes the history of the World from the creation, plus a cartography of the consciousness archetypally speaking, presenting the terrestrial paradise and the Hell in the lateral wings. (Hieronymus Bosch – 1504)

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The Medicine Buddha It represents a cartography of consciousness with archetypal images of eastern culture

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RESULTS OF THE M.I.H.T.

Effects and results of Multidisciplinary Integrative Homeopathic Therapeutics

The process of individuation that we are researching is achieved in phases, stages. He observes that it is a complex and broad process. This whole system is acquired through the stages of M.I.H.T. has a correspondence with the 22 levels of consciousness described in Jung’s Psychology in agreement with Nichols (1980) and Bonnell (2005) and in several philosophical currents.

About 90% of patients report and confirm the positive effects of M.I.H.T. because they feel more integrated with themselves, more focused, safer, happier, more aware and full on the way as subjects in their lives.

According to the results in clinical practice and the patients’ reports, it is observed that M.I.H.T. has a cumulative effect, that is, its effectiveness or, the improvement of people is progressive, the more it invests in the use of medication, will be more secure and effective improvement.

CASUISTRY

M.I.H.T. was systematized in 700 cases under quantitative parameters and 500 under qualitative parameters due to the fact that only about 600 cases have clear reports of dreams. The observation of the cases, besides reports of the patients, demonstrating the study of the mental symptoms and dreams, behavior changes and symptomatology in each dose of the sequence, in each phase and in each stage.

The quantitative casuistry was made in two ways:

  • By diagnosis, positive action with the variables of treatment time and stages performed.
  • By clinical diagnosis and its efficacy.

M.I.H.T. presents positive results in diseases, with good (30/40% improvement), very good (70/80%) and good effects (total remission), until then verified by research in several areas of medicine, such as :

It is stated that qualitative casuistry is of the utmost importance, since we are dealing with the expression of the systemic subject, the terrain, the patient. All this clinical and psychological evolution is guided by the light of Psychology, Clinic and Psychiatry.

The Multidisciplinary Integrative Homeopathic Therapeutics (M.I.H.T.) can demonstrate a positive action in the general clinic, with significant effectiveness, because we are going in one of the origins of the disease through the Psychosomatic route:

Psychiatric Disorders: 446 cases, Anxiety Disorders: 364 cases, Anxiety Disorders and Depression 280, Psychotic Disorders: 5 cases, Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD): 8 cases; Mood Disorder: 8 cases, sleep disorders: 55 cases.

Nervous system apparatus: Multiple sclerosis 2 cases; Migraine: 81 cases.

Respiratory system: Asthmatic bronchitis, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis: 152 cases, recurrent tonsillitis: 187 cases in total; Circulatory system: Hypertension: 15 cases, steno-occlusive disorders: 12 cases; Digestive system: Gastritis, duodenitis, esophagitis. Irritable bowel: 35 cases. Genitourinary apparatus: 15 cases, repetitive cystitis, Infertility of psychosomatic origin, 6 cases; Hemorrhagic disorders: 6 cases. Skin diseases: Atopic dermatitis: 8 cases, neurodermatitis, deshidrosis: 2 cases, dermographism: 3 cases, urticarial disorder. Rheumatology: Rheumatoid arthritis: 2 cases.

NOTE: Some cases have more than one diagnosis at a time. About 20 to 30% of the cases use allopathic and phytotherapeutic medication and / or anthroposophic medication concomitantly.

Conclusion

The M.I.H.T. has demonstrated positive outcomes, being it formalized as an effective mean of care, is reproducible in all the persons and stimulate transformations in the consciousness in all the people. In Summary the M.I.H.T. can show evidences of the one of the good way of effectiveness of homeopathy; proves the existence of the individual unconscious formalized by Freud and Jung’s collective unconscious, the existence of physical, vital, emotional and mental fields, the importance and strength of the tertiary structure.

Statements of people who use the THIM

First Statement:

The integrative therapy improved, enormously, my quality of life. My health is great, with stronger immunological system, on this account neither the usual flus hit me. I am in peace with my personality and centered in myself, besides the much sharpened intuition. I strongly recommend the therapy for all the people that wish to live a better life.
Cristina Werkema- Chemical Engineer Master Mathematics

Second Statement: With the eyes in the Sky

Dôra Bragança, doctor and psychiatrist from Minas Gerais, developed a therapy, based on homeopathy, thanks to a wide range of knowledge which she obtained through her extends and successful career, in Belo Horizonte. This therapy is based on the psychosomatic medicine, in homeopathy, in anthroposophy and  articulating the three areas, in the mystique, eastern and western, that’s why the title I gave, significantly, to this depoiment.

The objective of this therapy, notably, not to mention the relevant and parallel fact that it brings release to the body, healing it from various ailments which afflict us. It is the encounter of the man with himself, to be wanted, surrender to the used language by Carl Gustav Jung. Many would say, philosophically, that it is an encounter with the good Will or in another religious context, by Saint Tomas de Aquino, one and another identifying this Idea with the sovereign right: GOD.

And this is proportionated, Said in a very simple way, through the ingestion of substances, normally used in homeopathy, who’s Power, which increases by 100cm gradually, transforms, alchemically, as I would express this way, the psychosomatic unit in which the human being constitutes. Transformation that sifts of Pari Passu, which is made by Dôra Bragança, Who always emphasizes the exit of the repetition which it is lead, in order to quiet the being.  It is the true summit (charity feast, as the Christians would celebrate), in a way of the acquaintanceship and charity, immanent to self knowledgement, assuming the leadership right in the beginning of the therapy. It is all I must say.
Carlos Alberto Bonfim- Lawyer (retired labor judge)

Third Statement:

I came because of my primitive feelings which improved a lot. My anxiety also improved a lot, the colitis ended and my arterial pressure normalized too. Thank you very much.
Diva Costa Lanna.

Fourth Statement:

I have been following with the therapy as a complementary treatment of my health and in the search for the self-knowledge. Its convergent feature in search for balance and welfare, seem to be assertive and it certainly has supported in healing and creative processes. I have always seen the dreams as a key of insights and discoveries and I feel, day by day, that I can understand and decode them. I also feel progressively more secure and centered, being able to deal with moments of uncertainty and difficulties. And able to reinvent myself step by step.
Patricia Reis Alvin- Advertising person

Fifth Statement:

I submitted myself to the therapy until the seventh stage. I didn’t have any relevant physical complaints, although I felt an improvement for the sports and life in general. I observed a progressive reduce in anguish, and an improvement of the self-acceptance of the auto consciousness and the perception of myself without self-judgments. The spontaneity became a rule. My life became more fluid, with less fear, guilt and my relationships are better, more real and less dramatic.
Fernando Pimenta – Doctor

Sixth Statement:

The treatment with the therapy strengthens my physical, emotional and mental health for some years. Through the understanding of my dreams, self-knowledge or the Constant learn with Dôra Bragança. The therapy happily takes part in my life.
Renata Pereira – Advertising person

Seventh Statement:

I started with the therapy with my daughter for 2 years and a half. She used to take antibiotics every other month. When she started the treatment she stayed 11 months without the use of antibiotics. She had an immunological and emotional improvement and became calmer and more centered…at the end of her treatment, me and my husband also became very satisfied.
Andrea Araújo

Eighth Statement:

The integrative therapy gave me self-knowledge and a big understanding in the search for a better understanding of a lower energy and stress which I was going through. In its various phases, I was learning with myself the potentiality of the energy, Love and the importance of the auto knowledge to heal the stress, the somatization sometimes sterile. This took me from sinusitis crisis, headaches, insomnias and anguish.

A bigger inner balance and strengthen of the soul. The accompaniment of Doctor Dôra Bragança, the dreams and the good clinic made me strong increasingly.

The knowledge of my body, taking care of myself in all the energetic levels, given to me in this feeling of self Love, Love for life, to the universe. This therapy helped in the feeling of Love, recognition of the fullness Love for life. I have to thank Doctor Dôra Bragança a lot in this good track which she led me.

Mônica Sartori – Plastic artist

Nineth Statement:

The treatment with the integrative therapeutic attenuated my anxiety, bringing my mind  more to the present moment. I understood and became aware of repetitive patterns, which helped me to observe my behavior and avoid new repetitions. Today I feel more flexible to deal with challenges that appear in my way. My immunological system got stronger and I rarely present any symptoms or physical diseases. It was a very good process, activating my faith and happiness.  I am so grateful to Doctor Dôra Bragança.
Maria Amélia Cortes Facury

Tenth Statement:

I got to know Dr. Dôra in an event and soon got interested in the therapeutic showed to her. I was passing through a troubled phase in my life and had done traditional therapy before, but something was missing. I was still in this emotional loop that I couldn’t let go. As soon as I started the therapy, the things started to move along. My self-consciousness increased and by the time I reached the levels, I felt more confident, secure and more perceptive, assertive and more centered. Her support during the sessions, her experience and her point of view helps our evolution. I have never seen this type of approach and got surprised with the fast and lasting results. I only have to thank her!
Aline Caldas – Coach

Eleventh Statement – A gratifying experience

I searched for Dr. Dôra Bragança some years ago, as a homeopathic doctor, working in the anthroposophy line. Soon I was attracted to her way of working and to the innovations she presented, in the field of psychoanalysis. I am, therefore, an old customer, with various registers of cure (sinusitis, upset stomach, etc) and have in this innovative and huge doctor a very good friend. Moreover, there have been many years of treatment with the multidisciplinary homeopathic integrative therapy, whose fundaments are not only in the psychosomatic medicine, but also in the studies of Freud and Jung, moreover and still in the Plato’s writings, Dante, Steinner and others more. I can say that this method totally innovative created by her, from open reflexions by homeopathy and anthroposophy, has brought me, beyond improvements in the physical health, a great advance in the Discovery of my “I” conscious and in my process of individuation.

The exit to the Oedipus complex, of primitivity and own animality to all humans was not without suffering and retrocession and regress. But little by little, through the medication offered, the analysis and interpretation of dreams, followed by the phases of the healing process established by her, it is achieved to leave the repetition ( or at least to mitigate the patterns of repetition…), guilt, repression, difficulties in saying no and to freely stand up for the others. It is taken the direction of the car, as Dr. Dôra says.  She accepts her castration, her limits better, recognizing the sources of the illness, as they are physical, mental and emotional or psyche and overcoming them. In this way of self knowledgement, discoveries and overcoming of the Ego, It is lived one process of rebirth, freedom and individuation. And moreover what I consider the central objective and end of all humans – it can get to the christification, that is, to the encounter, the Discovery of the “I” superior. Therefore, I only have to recognize, to thank and wish to Dra Dôra all the merited success and the continuation of the journey in the fight in order to contribute, through each patient and the recognition of the importance of the methods in different scientific segments, doctors, psychoanalytical and social and the mitigation of animalities present in each human and the healing of humanity.
Nair Costa Muls, sociologist, retired University Professor

Twelfth Statement:

In 2008 I had the blessing of receiving the recommendation to treat c Dr. Maria Auxiliadora Oliveira Bragança. 2008 had the blessing of receiving a recommendation to deal with Dr. Mary Help of Bragança. The couple who showed me was relieved and surprised at the speed and curing a severe skin condition wife. You, my known since childhood said that the condition treated unsuccessfully for several years, doctors and considerable expense were cured in less time by Dra. Maria Auxiliadora and her therapy. In its recommendation, the couple strongly suggested that I seek for her to share with me his “transformational therapy”.

I and my daughter, then six years old, we become patients of Dr. Dora Bragança.

I went to her for my ugly divorce and separation that last nine years. I wondered why experienced such a situation and emotional, physical, psychological and spiritual challenges. To add insult to injury, I stopped believing in God. In this darkness, I became a victim and a prisoner in a foreign country. Exiled far from everything and everyone, Dra. Dôra treated me and my daughter consistently over the years using allopathic medicine, homeopathic and its therapy.

During all these years of personal and professional challenges, we never get sick. We managed to find resolution, peace and solution to all the challenges that made us face.

The therapy gives us instruments to practice the transformation of our anxieties, frustrations, fears and hatreds in forgiveness, clarity, kindness and compassion. My favorite analogy to express the positive transformation in our lives is to compare the therapy alchemy that takes us from hell to heaven.

We believe that the therapy has brought us health and most constant and comforting emotional and psychological balance. Also taught us to practice forgiveness and assured his success. Today, we live and breathe with more health, balance (360 degrees!), Humor and consistent joys. Professionally and scholastically my daughter and I are most successful.

The therapy brought us relieving lightness of forgiveness for us and for those who have worked to get him. It took us a wonderful discovery and manufacturing of a little of ourselves, kindness, calm and compassion. In practice, therapy teaches us to see in the other the next. As we contemplate this, the ego weakens and often increasingly feels like and love for everything and everyone.

Finally, there is less weight and energy our pain and physical and emotional diseases. Our lives now have more health, happiness, success, and peace of mind and spirit.

I recommend therapy for adults and especially children, adolescents and young adults.
P. Guimarães – Windsor, Colorado – USA

Thirteenth Statement:

I have always wanted to extern my admiration and gratitude to Dr. Dôra Bragança. With her sensational Integrative theraphy she took really care of me and all my family, since my son’s incurable sinusitis, to a new emotional, physical and spiritual comprehension and knowledge of everybody.

With imense gratitude, she used to came over to my house on Saturdays to take care of my husband Ricardo, recently injured. Her work, of high scientific nature, must be recognised worldwide, because of the endless benefits.

Thank you Dr. Dôra Bragança to everythyng, I wish you always success in your way.
Nazik Jurdi Guimarães

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