I’ve always hesitated to post this clip in case there are some (and there always are some…) who will take it seriously. Harold’s night-time soliloquy on the way Hahnemann is perceived by many in homoeopathy is intended to be sarcastic and tongue-in-cheek.
It feels ridiculous to have to “get” people to read the works of the founder of homoeopathy. Some seem to perceive it as being required to read Beowulf in order to understand the basics of English Literature. Hahnemann’s works are not an antiquated form of homoeopathic writing that should be read to show you are an educated homoeopath, and for no other purpose. They contain in so many instances the best instructions you will ever get on how to prescribe and how to manage cases.