The oldest methods of healing date back from the earliest known civilization, ancient ways of healing contribute a big deal to modern medical doctors.
What is Hermeticism?
Hermeticism or Hermetism is known as a spiritual, philosophical, and apocryphal tradition based primarily upon writings attributed to Hermes Trismegistus (“Thrice Great”) that is believed to occur around the 2nd and 3rd centuries. Historians found evidence that the earliest texts of medicine come from hermetic. Hermetic is derived from the name of the Greek god Hermes.
Sir William Osler is among the four founding professors of John Hopkins Hospital, and he said that the father of medicine was not Hippocrates but instead Imhotep. He is recognized as the world’s first doctor.
Sir William Osler said that Imhotep was:
“… the first figure of a physician to stand out clearly from the mists of antiquity.”
Some regarded illness as a divine punishment Wisdom from the wounded soldiers who battled in the 4th century BC gained healers experience to develop cure It became insights for the improvement of medicines.
Healing The Hermetic Way
Hermetic healing is a traditionalized healing technique from the ancient times; it works quickly to change physical, mental and spiritual self. Hermetic healing channels universal life force and called in many forms – the tao, God, chi, spirit, and chakras.
- The belief that all sickness has its origin in the invisible nature of man is one of the fundamentals of the teachings.
- It all starts with your health. Health is a scale of degrees. It does not go from health to sickness. Your health begins from gradual changes to illness and disease.
- Acupuncture comes from the heretic healing that is the stimulation of the flow of energy of the body to a more balanced state. In stimulating the inside of the body, needles are inserted to electromagnetic the 14 meridians of the body.
Those are some of the basic practices of hermetic healing. Traditional healing is often effective especially if it is practiced continuously.