“[regarding] today's homeopathic education […student question] Hahnemann continues to expound that the vital force [blah blah blah...Kellerstein] the vital force can only be sustained [blah blah blah...Kellerstein directly quoting Hahnemann] aphorism 9: in the healthy human state, the spirit-like life force (autocracy) that enlivens the material organism [blah blah blah...Kellerstein] the mind (in-dwelling rational spirit) and the vital force are very different [...] Hahnemann's idea of the vital force was not spiritual but spirit-like. This means immaterial or invisible […] the footnote to the first aphorism is testimony to the view of Hahnemann. He wanted a practice of medicine founded only on the fully observable with no speculative filters in the way of pure observation.”
Note: such vitalistic-spiritism, as I call it, is profoundly science-ejected. Science has rejected vitalism for several decades, and supernaturalism for a few hundred years. The larger issue here, though, is the lack of sanity within naturopathy's calculus. NDs apparently do not think cogently:
a) since when is the immaterial and invisible [immeasurable figmentation] also fully and purely observable [actual]?