Overview for Organon In the Study of Repertory
Soaring in the mind like the birds is an ambition of mankind has harbored for as long as we can remember. History is littered with stories of all kind devices built to enable us to "emulate" (the emphasis is deliberate as you will see in a moment) the birds and the bees and the butterflies. The people who built and tried out these devices also litter history with stories of features and loss of life or limb. Ironically we would truly fly only when they Stopped trying to emulate the birds and the fleas and develop devices that do not have the wings and they do not have features. In fact, by not emulating the birds and the flees we have taken the art of flying to new heights (!) that new bird will ever reach -supersonic speeds, flying at 2,00,000 feet above the sea level as U2, planes do, landing on the moon or Mars.
Principles guide practices in all field, so also In repertory. All tenets of Homoeopathy are documented in Organon Of medicine and in literature of many erudite scholars and stalwarts of Homoeopathy. Attempts have been made to collect/aggregate all principles from the various literature that is necessary to have repertory practice, in this particular presentation.