The body is a unit.
The body has mechanisms for self-regulation (homeostasis).
When the normal adaptability is interrupted, or when environmental changes exceed the ability of the body to heal itself, a disease can occur.
The movement of body fluids is essential for the maintenance of good health.
The autonomic nervous system plays a crucial part in controlling the fluids of the body.
There are components of somatic disease that are not only manifestations of the disease, but also factors that contribute to the maintenance of the disease state.
The structure and function are mutually inter-related.
The fundamental principles for Maurice Raymond Poyet.
Globality: to any physical or psychic-emotional imbalance the body reacts “globally”. The body reactions always look for the “best” solution for survival, with the creation of a compensated balance.
Self-regulation: with its biological “intelligent” reactions, the body tries to restore his vital equilibrium. This implies – for each body sector – energetic autonomy in its processes of adjustment.
Homeopathy: the vital force responds very well to micro reflex-genic skin stimulations and to intentions.
Excessive “structural” forcing causes undesirable secondary effects on other plans.