Vital Force

Why is important to maintain a healthy Vital Force? The Vital Force is not only the difference between a dead organism and a live one, it is also our innate ability to heal.

How would you describe the difference between a live body and a dead one? I know it is an odd task. Let’s move on, think about it, how would you call it?

Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, the father of Homeopathy, around 1810 called it Vital Force. You may have heard it called it Life Force or in yoga, they call it Prana, or in the martial arts they call it Chi.

They are all talking about the same thing, it’s a dynamic force, and that permeated every living being, humans as well as in plants and in animals. In humans, Vital Force is affected by a number of factors

  • Age, in general, little kids are often full of life, their Vital Force is high, and on the other hand, senior’s Vital Force tends to be lower.
  • Lifestyle – a lifestyle based on moderation is associated with a higher Vital Force than a risker lifestyle with the tendency of overindulgence.
  • Environment where we live plays an important part, living in a dark, dump place is less beneficial to maintain a healthy Vital Force.
  • You may realise that when you are not sleeping enough, you may feel groggy you are tired and it is hard to function. It is a sign that your Vital Force is working sub-optimally.
  • There are many other factors that influence the Vital Force.

Why is important to maintain a healthy Vital Force? The Vital Force is not only the difference between a dead organism and a live one, it is also our innate ability to heal.

Let’s consider someone that has a broken leg, an x-ray is done to establish the characteristics of the fracture, then surgery and a cast or just a cast is set. The cast, and when necessary, the pins places during surgery, is set to immobilize the limb. It is the innate ability to heal that will get the two pieces of bones to grow towards each other, soon the fracture is no longer seen by x-rays, and the person may have to do some physiotherapy to strengthen the muscles lost while the limb was on cast, but the bone is complete.

What make the fracture heal is the innate ability that the body has to heal itself, it depends on how strong the Vital Force of the individual is.

If you are interested to know more about the Vital Force call and how it is related to chronic and acute diseases, call me for a 30 minutes free phone consultation, there is no obligation, it is an opportunity to learn.

Lucy De Pieri

Helping With Your Healing Journey

 
 

Lucy is kind-hearted, open-minded, non-judgemental, and understanding. She is supportive and patients feel very comfortable to talk with her, thus beginning their healing process.