Proceso Sanchez Ortega 1919 – 2005 was a Mexican homeopath who studied medicine and homeopathy in the Free School of Homeopathy in Mexico.
For over fifty years, Ortega was the representative for Mexico at the Homeopathic Medical League International, he was a teacher at the Free School of Homeopathy in Mexico for over twenty years, and the Editor of Homeopathy in the World.
Ortega founded the Association of Homeopathy Mexico, and he was the President and organizer of the II National Congress of Homeopathy in 1960, and the President and organizer of the II World Congress in Rio de Janeiro.
Ortega introduced homeopathy into Tenerife, and influenced homeopaths around the World.
Proceso Sanchez Ortega taught Jacques Imberechts, the President of the Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis in 2000, Carles Amengual I Vicens, the President of the Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis in 2001, Cesar Luis Cremonini, the Secretary of the Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis in 2001, Ulrich Fischer, the General Secretary of the Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis in 2001 and many others.
Ortega was a colleague of Raul Anguiano, Eugenio Federico Candegabe, Jose Maria Carrera, Hilario Luna Castro, Dorsel, Alfonzo Masi Elizalde, Dario Eulalio Flores, Fernando Meneses Francois, Francisco Javier Gutierrez, Roberto Lobez Hernandez, Eusebio Davalos Hurtado, Leonardo Jaramillo, Charles Kennedy, Antonio Negro, Tomas Pablo Paschero, G Higinio Perez, Alfondo Briceno Rios, Rocha, Pierre Schmidt, Toledo, Jose Raul Anguiano Valadez, Miguel Vasquez, Eulalio Flores Darío Velazquez, Alberto Sanchez Vilchis, and many others.
His father, the Lord Jesus Sanchez dies soon leaving his wife, Enriqueta Ortega, with three children who move ahead, Alberto fifteen years, Angel and Process of six had only one year. Doña Enriqueta in petty trade, reaching hard to get a hold of potatoes and peppers that did manage to train their children well.
With the merit of maternal labor, sympathy (which always attracted him care and love) and use as a student, the young Ortega could move forward to become a transcendent figure of homeopathy worldwide.
He studied in primary schools “Nicolás García de San Vicente” and “Ignacio Zaragoza” not entered kindergarten the same year because it became the first enrolled in primary school. In 1926 he enrolled in fourth grade, Inter win the championship school mathematics at school “Official Central” and is rewarded by the state governor.
As a young child was very fond of reading and philosophizing, and deeply believing in its early years and dreamed of becoming a teacher. During this time, returning from school, spent his free time with her aunts who were teachers and they wanted much, perhaps encouraged him even more love for teaching.
Dr. Sanchez said of himself: “I am a common man… I’ve been what I like with great passion, with my defects as a human and on the hypocrisy with which one behaves in society”
Upon completion of primary school, came the big decision: to continue as his brothers in the way of trade, or for further study which meant he would have to move to live alone in the capital which had great political instability…. The influence of his aunt… and the encouragement of his teacher of 6th year, Juan Ramiro Alfaro, and Manuel Ceballos Canónigo, his priest… he took the decision to continue high school in the Federal District.
Ortega explained: “I remember that I look much the expression of our head priest, when as an amateur to teaching, I served with enthusiasm in the Santa Ana parish elementary school, the kind priest said: ‘Mr. Professor and future medical Ortega, poet, soul, heart of gold, hard and fair’. “This is what I recorded in my mind as totally unworthy, but I took it as a firm goal.”
Juan Ramiro Alfaro was a very important influence in the life of a young student, who constantly pushed to be better and move forward. Through him he learned to overcome the natural fear of public speaking, and was Professor Alfaro who drove him to leave his hometown Tulancingo seeking greater academic achievent, as few people in his home village went on to high school.
In this respect we can cite the words of his preceptor: “Get out of here, you are not important, but study and re-cultivate the soil and it will grow.”
Ortega arrived in Mexico City, where he lived for 13 years and went to high school, “Cooperation” that was in the city center by the direction of “La Lagunilla” on the streets of Constance. From his first months with the support of friends, who gave him his house and help to achieve your desired goal, he continued his studies at the secondary school attached to the Free School of Homeopathy where he also finished his high school. Upon graduation, he received an honorable mention for his performance as a student.
Before completing his preparatory education, his ailing mother could find no solace in allopathic medicine, and after several attempts, she finally recovered her health thanks to the prescriptions of Eulalio Flores Darío Velazquez, a homeopathic physician who was to become momentous in the life of the young Ortega.
Following his medical vocation and the number of approaches before he had with homeopathy, in 1938, Ortega entered the Free School of Homeopathy in Mexico, an institution which would mark the rest of his life.
In this humble building in the neighborhood of Peralvillo, Ortega learned to love his fellow men, not only from the religious point of view, but also by the need of man and the vocation of service and implicit in it from birth, which is essential in any medical homoeopath.
He finished his career as a homeopathic physician and surgeon midwife in 1942, deploring the recent prohibition of jury citations against lay practitioners. Leonardo Jaramillo, Pastor G Teachers were very distinguished personalities within half homeopathic doctors like Leonardo Jaramillo, G. Pastor Rocha, Eulalio Darío Flores, Moises Mendez X, Gildardo Bonilla, Miguel Sánchez de la Vega, y Alberto Lara de la Rosa Lara, among others, all direct disciples of the apostle of homeopathy in Mexico, G Higinio Perez.
Ortega continues: “I teach everything I know with all the passion and commitment to transcribe knowledge. My own anxiety, which has always been great, I was driven to serve the best I can to my patients. I am an ardent lover of beauty and since I made my ChamacosVersita, but above all things I have to homeopathy as the only thing that has allowed me to know God ”
Three years later, Ortega founded the Association for Cultural Exchange ACUMS “Circulus Amicorum Solatium Ut Mentis, inviting and including various personalities of the time for a cultural exchange during their medical studies. Some of the members constituting the association were Miguel Vasquez and Gonzalez, Professor Israel Teran, painter Jose Raul Anguiano Valadez, Francisco Javier Gutierrez and many others.
Five years to finish the race, was built exceptionally (as it was necessary to take five years to be entitled to tutor), as a teacher assistant in the laboratory of general anatomy, where he merits, and the following year, he was appointed Professor of homeopathic doctrine, an area which soon distinguished himself as an enthusiastic exhibitor.
His thesis was entitled Nature and Homeopathy and he presented it for professional examination on January 15, 1944 to the chairman of the Jury Alfonso Jaramillo and Vega, Eduardo Rocha Huerta, Carlos Sanchez and Serrano Efrain Bonilla Synod and as secretary, J Epitacio Gallardo. In the register of doctors from the Free School is ranked number 367.
On January 15, 1945 he married his girlfriend, Rebeca Caballero Cuevas, nurse and midwife of the Free School of Homeopathy. From this union were born 8 children, Edwige, Antonio Process, Pompilio Guillermo, María del Rosario, Ana and Florence Eugenio Francisco and Gerardo Claudio and Roberto Enrique, who died in infancy. Their 4 older children are medical homeopaths.
Since the year 1943, Ortega has consultated with thousands of patients, and unable to rest because his patients and his dedication to service does not let him, and he has been in private practice for over 60 years.
… His great success as a doctor… is due to several aspects: one is the exact way to implement the principles of Samuel Hahnemann without being influenced by other reasons, on the other hand the deepening and ongoing research in the literature of homeopathy and its philosophy, and this knowledge is combined with a psychological, anthropological and philosophical man.
If this conviction in its guiding principles and wisdom of this knowledge comes together in one person, as in Ortega, person of integrity, with great kindness and love of neighbor, the result is an excellent doctor….
We have given him awards and his honorable friends, colleagues, students and staff, are grateful and still in need of his wisdom, because of his 84 years of experience from the moment he finished his studies at the Free School of Homeopathy in Mexico, which combines the clinical practice with teaching, research and dissemination.
His works are known and recognized around the World. He was Professor at the Free School of Homeopathy in Mexico for over 20 years in various fields, along with Dario Eulalio Flores, they first exhibited their research at a conference for doctors in the Free School of Homeopathy in Mexico in 1946, and internationally in the International Congress of Homeopathy shortly thereafter.
Ortega told us about what led him to deepen the study of chronic diseases or miasma, one of his greatest contributions to homeopathy: “I really believe it is no great merit, which is dedicated to what you like and even more so if you are passionate about.
“The interest I had was so magnetic, by observing the practice that took me to my teacher, Eulalio Flores Dario, and the advice of a great master homeopathic prescriber, Leonardo Jaramillo, without violating many other good teachers in my school as exemplary were Moses X. Mendez, Gildardo Bonilla, Alfredo Zendejas, Miguel Sánchez de la Vega, G. Pastor Rocha, y Alberto Lara de la Rosa, Rocha, Alberto Lara, and de la Rosa, among others.
“Lucio Rosette started my curiosity as Professor of Pathophysiology, he talked about the theory that diseases and the frequent alterations in nutrition, either by default or by excess perversion, this notion still prevails for explain any injury and dysfunction may be found in any real disease. I studied medicine with Higinio G Perez…
“On a holiday that year, I went to my village by bus, to see my family. On the road with the afternoon light, the matter with a medical friend, who had a close relative who was a homoeopath midwife, on the subject of a medical book by Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr…
“He was thinking, on the road, that in the teacher’s class Rossette, he had commented to us that the various authors in medicine were always struggling to find the root cause of diseases, such as the great Hippocrates with his theory of temperaments, from the elements circulating the blood, the bilious, phlegmatic the …
“In my ignorance, I was only in the third year, and just twenty one years of age, associated with these three temperaments, three nutritional disorders affecting the time in medical schools: the defect, excess and perversion as the basis of all organic condition.
“Immediately related to the hypothesis of the three major chronic diseases Samuel Hahnemann: The Psora, the sycosis and syphillis, I thought, why despite so many centuries of medicine, was there a lasting difference in these three directions of the inner cause of disease.
“Mark, with the light already fading in the afternoon, it became night in the lining of Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr‘s book, that question has pushed me to do further research on the causes of illness, and it prompted me to read and study everything related to the pathology of the human being.
“With that concern, I found in the philosophy of homeopathy of James Tyler Kent, and in the similar works of Timothy Field Allen, Roberts and all the many classics of Homeopathy, which supports the possibility of reinforcing the hypothesis that intuition that evening: A stream of thought the great masters of medicine, seeking always the current concept of the collective unconscious.
“This notion that Carl Gustav Jung, as Samuel Hahnemann and his followers sense, giving meaning through a splendid and consistent explanation by the materials for homeopathic medicine, which offered analogies to strengthen the building of architectural doctrine of the chronic diseases of Samuel Hahnemann.
“The biographer of Samuel Hahnemann, Richard Haehl, noted in his work, and this is very important, and I read it a long time after translation work of Rosa Belendez: ‘… If Samuel Hahnemann had not discovered and made the doctrine of the miasms and chronic diseases obvious, Homeopathy has not required more than its existing therapy.
“It was bound to me, not only to read, but to study and read thoroughly, that there are many similarities between Organon and The Doctrine and Treatment of Chronic Diseases of Samuel Hahnemann, as some inconsistencies can be found.
“Samuel Hahnemann anticipated the same greatness of what was discovered, and what he wrote, that his disciples needed to supplement and make it clear that his latest discovery is miasmatic.
“He made good understandable explanations to refer to syphilis and sycosis but failed to define what was the miasma. From my reading, it can be understood as a dynamic disease that changes completely when, the sick become sick as a whole until the end of their lives because the miasm turns into a chronic illness.
“Many disciples, with great medical homeopaths practice, have tried to supplement the work of Samuel Hahnemann, especially in Northern America and in England, providing some light, but I was most persistent in my search, and I found that those who performed and concluded in one way, but not precisely as Samuel Hahnemann did, but much closer, especially Leon Francois Adolphe Simon and Jean Pierre Gallavardin, but especially Armand Trousseau, allopath convert to homeopathy, who produced the idea of diathesis.
“Despite his style Galenic materialism, Armand Trousseau‘s definition of diathesis is very close and could be taken even as the definition of miasma ‘congenital or acquired predisposition but obviously essential and multiple chronic conditions, but only occurs in essence’.
“To complement this, another Frenchman, Jean Paul Tessier, precisely defines one of the principles that we have matched to the method of Samuel Hahnemann, the individuality of the morbid and following and responding to the requirement of Dioscorides, a contemporary of Galen, required knowledge of each drug, ie drug individuality.
“Jaime Charles Bouchard was the creator of the idea of the pathology resulting from alterations of nutritional health, while they pontificate Rudolf Ludwig Karl Virchow within the cellular anatomy that everyone was like living cell is composed of: ‘Omnnia, celula e celula.
“This is the uptake by different study of medicine in the search of Samuel Hahnemann who passed, because he found in the clinic with its many wonderful patients and their doctrine of chronic diseases, more luminous and illuminating light up where possible, the pathology of the human being.
“Samuel Hahnemann found clinical, anatomical and physiological characteristic perversion of the whole body and the psyche of every human being invaded by syphillis, so the only recognized as miasmatic disease in the sense that he used this word that it had reached know the old school.
“Clearly envisioned as the second miasma sycosis or illness of Venereal vegetations or condylomas, and also sensed that perfectly with cognitive ability fully experienced by him, the psora, miasma and deeper base, produced in the human person by their distance and opposition to nature.
“Every year of my life, following these authors to the extent of its overlap with the teacher, and were refined by the method patented by Samuel Hahnemann, only made with a doctor, like it or not, over the centuries, crowned by scientifically testing for the first time of all drugs in the healthy man, a totally unbeatable way to discover the pharmacodynamics of any substance with the possibility healing.”
Ortega was Director of the Professional Section of the Free School in Homeopathy, Dario Eulalio Flores was Director (1947-1949). Another of Ortega’s great contributions to universal Homeopathy has been teaching and systematization of the fundamental principles of our science.
He told us about how this work began: “In the second Homeopathic Congress in 1949, we set up a debate from the two existing schools of homeopathic medicine, and following the ideals of our founders, and the true disciples of the Free School of Homeopathy and the National School of Homeopathic Medicine, we presented as the main theme of the Congress, the enunciation of the basic tenets of the method of Samuel Hahnemann.
“Rocha, Alfondo Briceno Rios, Eusebio Davalos Hurtado, Jose Maria Carrera, and myself, we present the systematic approach from the Organon of Samuel Hahnemann. Since then, this has spread throughout the world and within the International League Homeopathic the eight principles of the method: “Natural medicines, Similia Similibus Curantur, pure experimentation, individual mínimum Dose, Vital Dynamism, chronic miasms.“
In 1950, Ortega founded the journal Homeopathy in the World, a publication of international exchange since its inception, with summaries of articles in English, French and English.
His great teaching and research was recognized early in our Mexico and abroad. Hilario Luna Castro, Vice President for Mexico of the International Homeopathic Medical League, visited him in 1959, asking him to replace him in that capacity to attend the XXIII Congress of the League in Florence, Italy.
From that moment, Ortega was involved as an organizer, draftsman or guest of honor at all major events at international level in the field of Homeopathy to date for nearly 50 years, as it was always waiting with great enthusiasm to know the progress presented in their communications, particularly with respect to the pathology or miasmatic deep.
In 1960 he founded the Association of Homeopathy Mexico, AC, in order to study, disseminate and practice homeopathic medicine ortodoxa. He was President and organizer of the II National Congress of Homeopathy in 1960, President and organizer of the II World Congress in Rio de Janeiro.
In 1962 he retired from teaching at his alma mater, as the directors of that time did not share his ideals and his teachings, away from the charisma and goals with which G Higinio Perez founded the Free School.
When he had to withdraw from school, he received an unofficial tribute to remember him with affection: a letter signed by all his colleagues and students asking him to reconsider his decision. When no solution was found, the return of principal teacher of Homeopathy withdrew with him. From that moment, both Ortega and Dario Eulalio Flores, Toledo, Fernando Meneses Francois, Alberto Sanchez Vilchis and others are dedicated entirely to Homeopathy for Mexico, AC.
Ortega set aside any honors or profits and has always been guided by the immutable principles of Samuel Hahnemann. Ortega has been Chairman of twenty four international biennial assemblies Homeopathy in Mexico, two Congresses of the League Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis, 1980 Acapulco and Oaxaca in 1995, and President of fourteen group meetings outside of Homeopathy Mexico.
He was also director and founder of the Association of Friends of Homeopathy in the cities of Mexico and Oaxaca, where he founded the first graduate school with official recognition of the Republic.
Ortega was a founding member of the “Flag of Gold” which is dedicated to the study and defense of Homeopathy at an international level. Ortega was also a member of the commission of the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of Mexico.
Everything mentioned here is a minimum count until the day I write this doctor, as Ortega continues to work continuously.
He a collaborator and adviser of several publications which include homeopathic Minutes of the Homeopathic LMHI, Homeopathy in Mexico, Homeopathy in the World and the journal Homeopathy of United States of America.
He has taught courses and seminars in numerous countries in Europe, Asia and America, among these we can mention Greece, Colombia, Venezuela, Spain, Italy, Argentina, Brazil, Belgium, Germany, France, Ecuador, India, Uruguay and Cuba, among others.
The awards and decorations he has received are many and among them are: Miembro de Honor de la Academia Italiana de Homeopatía; de la Academia Médico Homeopática de Barcelona; de la Asociación Médico Homeopática Hahnemanniana de Argentina; de la Asociación de la Academia Médico Homeopática de Venezuela; del Instituto Luis G. Honorary Member of the Italian Academy of Homeopathy, the Homeopathic Medical Academy in Barcelona, the Hahnemanniana Homeopathic Medical Association of Argentina, the Association of Medical Homeopathic Academy of Venezuela, Luis G. Institute Páez de Colombia; del Colegio de Homeopatía de Ecuador; de la LMHI. Páez of Colombia, the College of Homeopathy in Ecuador, the LMHI.
Hahnemannia has received the medal, awarded at the World Congress of Homeopathy in Brazil in 1958, the special diploma recognition of the “homeopathic physician in Caracas, in Venezuela, in 1963, Gold Medal of the Academy of Homeopathy in Barcelona; Diploma Special Group of Physicians of Quito, in Ecuador in 1981, decorated with the “Symbol of the Sun” by the Homeopathic Medical Association of India, as one of the great masters of homeopathy in the world, at 1985.
Appreciation for his cultural work in the spread of homeopathy in America and Europe with diploma and medal of merit by the then Governor of Oaxaca, Jesus Martinez Alvarez.
Among the unofficial awards are hundreds, but it’s worth mentioning that he was interviewed by journalists Hermilo Saldana Jorge Caballero and at different times by the writer Luis Spot on “Fuera de Serie.
He was honored for his 50 years as a doctor for his students in Vienna, the Congress of the International League of Homeopathy in 1993 and the Fortress of Chapultepec Castle in Mexico. He received another tribute organized by his disciples for his 58 years of work was done in Tulancingo with a dinner and concert that preceded a Mass officiated by Bishop Pedro Munoz Arandadiaz, Bishop of Tulancingo who with words full of wonder and knowledge, thanked the path a man like Ortega for the good of all their patients.
On August 16 2002, a bust of Ortega was unveiled in the central park of Tulancingo, Hidalgo, only recognition of such a citizen of this city. The bust was authored by sculptor Sergio Peraza Avila, who graduated from the National School of Plastic Arts of the UNAM, which has collaborated in the development of public monuments and busts of other famous people of national life such as painters and Luis Raul Anguiano Nishizawa, the historian Miguel Leon Portilla, the great poet Amado Nervo, among others.
Ortega has dedicated his life to this quest: to deepen and clarify the findings of Samuel Hahnemann to be used more easily and assertiveness in the clinic.
The research of Ortega was very necessary for his many efforts in this regard, but without requiring its implementation. Through its work, it is now much more accessible study of the doctrine of Samuel Hahnemann, especially in relation to chronic diseases.
Ortega developed three main areas of research: The study of the philosophical connections of homeopathy, and the systematic teaching of Integral Homeopathic Clinic, to integrate a proper prescription and mainly in the area where it has been recognized at international level: the study of what miasmatic, explanation, complementation and clinical application, check clearly Samuel Hahnemann’s deep respect to the pathology or miasmatic.
In the study of the philosophical connections of homeopathy puts the true foundations of teleological Homeopathy away from simplistic and magical visions. In its systematic and comprehensive teaching homeopathic clinic gave us the key to get a proper prescription, this work is the result of years of study and comparison of their work at the clinic and allows the homeopath to apply, to avoid errors in the first, second and subsequent prescriptions, leading to a real healing where there curability and also avoids the aggravation deletions or inappropriate.
Finally, we will refer to the area where light has its classification and study of miasmatic. For the good of the clinic and patients, discovered by Samuel Hahnemann miasmatic theory was deepened and clarified by Ortega, and this process is the greatest contribution of Mexico to the world of Homeopathy.
No doubt this is part of his work that brought him more honors him as a person and the graduate school he founded: Homeopathy in Mexico, AC “The greatest satisfaction was achieved in our partnership over 43 years of existence has been and is the dissemination and clinical application of this method genial master of Samuel Hahnemann and the results of the health of mankind”
He has written hundreds of articles and papers that would be impossible to list or name here and now continues to write for future publications. We can, however, cite some of his articles: Comentarios al párrafo 26 del Organon del Arte de Curar de Hahnemann, Panorámica de las parasitosis intestinales desde el punto de vista Homeopático, Sífilis, Eugenesia y Ortogenesia, Las Fuentes del Vitalismo de Hahnemann, Qué es la Homeopatía, A Propósito de la Dinamización en Homeopatía, Commentary to paragraph 26 of the Organon of Hahnemann Art of Healing, Overview of intestinal parasites from a Homeopathic, Syphilis, Ortogenesia Eugenics, Geriatrics Homeopathy, What is Homeopathy, The Dynamics of the Drug Personoides, About the Vitalization in Homeopathy.
His three most famous books are: Notes on miasms translated into English, Italian, German, French, Dutch, Russian and Romanian, Introduction to homeopathic medicine, theory and technique, which has been translated into Italian, German and is being translated into English, and Translation and definition of symptoms of mental repertoire Barthel, published in 2 editions, 1996 and 1998.
In July 2002 he was guest of honor at the Ninth World Congress on human brotherhood Coplanet 2002 – which was attended by personalities such as Rigoberta Menchu, Carlos Monsivais, Samuel Ruiz, Demetrio Sodi Pallares and others during this event presented the keynote address entitled The disease in its true meaning and significance.
The Newspaper The Day then echoed those of his travels and thoughts. Before his first visit was published in this newspaper on 15 December 1991, an interview in Mexican lands, under the title Panorama of homeopathy in Mexico.
Son of a humble family, he studied medicine and homeopathy in the Free School of Homeopathy in Mexico, officer since 1929 and whose graduates are certified by the US Rockefeller Foundation held its exercise in this country. All were welcomed, in that it allowed first degree as a doctor, surgeon and midwife, and Ortega graduated in 1942.
Previously, as a final year student, he had participated, (chosen by his peers), in a committee with teachers from the school to establish the homeopathic principles developed in the work of Samuel Hahnemann, a German doctor who took homeopathy to the category of science. Only the existence of principles defines the scientific method of empiricism or belief. That commission established “eight principles.”
Subsequently, in 1945, Ortega read his dissertation, which focused on the constitutional aspects of chronic diseases, a process highlighted at the top in various facets in which a medical professional can handle.
For over thirty years was the representative of Mexico Homeopathic Medical League International, a prestigious association that hosts the most important representatives of homeopathy in the world. Part of it, for example, includes homeopaths to the English Royal Family, the President of India and now, homeopaths in sixty countries.
He was the President for the Republic of Mexico on several occasions. Counsel also of the governments of Colombia, Ecuador, Cuba, Italy, Russia and Romania, among others. In the 1990s, the College of Physicians of Seville was granted him the highest homours, previously only offered to the Kings of Spain SSMM.
His ability as a doctor, combining classic clinical contribution to the understanding of the psychological aspect of disease and the evolution in its most natural and undisturbed treatments. Moreover, adding the homeopathic method to his wide clinical experience, he could understand healing fundamentally, as well as recognition of the obstacles to healing and the establishment of the prognosis, always trying connect this knowledge with psychology, pedagogy, philosophy, sociology, and all of them with common sense, the study of each individual patient, and in the desire to fully understand their suffering and their chances of cure.
Ortega provided insight into how this first descriptive and then syntheticmethod, not surprising then, his clinical successes that he always stood in the attachment to the method of Samuel Hahnemann.
His vocation as a teacher led him to transmit knowledge homeopathic in over twenty countries. His contribution as a research led him to deepen over the years on chronic diseases and the relationship between philosophy, great philosophers, and clinical care.
Ortega presented more than fifty communications to international congresses and meetings. He wrote four books and gave lectures for several more….
Ortega came to Tenerife in 1992 invited by the Society of Homeopathy Canaria to provide an introductory course on homeopathy at the College of Physicians, with Enrique Gonzalez presiding at the Faculty of Medicine. The Honor Committee is structured to give a good account of the same degree of scientific open mindedness and that Ortega lived at that time.
In the presence of the highest civilian authorities, schoolchildren, and university academics. Also with the number of professors of medicine, pharmacy and mathematics, Ortega developed homeopathy with significant involvement of physicians in our island.
In his two subsequent trips over the last ten years, Ortega gave several lectures at the College of Physicians, the Faculty of Pharmacy and the University Menéndez y Pelayo, with the assistance of Rodrigo Martin, President of the College of Physicians, and Victoriano Darias del Castillo, Professor of Pharmacology, College of Pharmacy, respectively.
As we began the development of a basic course in homeopathy for doctors and pharmacists under the direction of teachers, as a bottom line, accepting the fact of imperfection that every human being carries with it, it can be understood that the positive in your life can win over the negative.
The facts proved and so it seems that this is the view of thousands of doctors around the world who recognizes Ortega as a ‘master teacher’ in its fullest sense. Through these doctors, millions of patients have benefited by Ortega’s profession with a well defined direction. Beyond this, it also a fact that Ortega always showed the honesty and dignity of the profession in its highest degree.
The interest in activating an essential paragraph in a correct clinical study of the patient, little used due to lack of definition in the procedure of its application, settles down in the fusion of contents that Proceso Sanchez Ortega makes of the Hahnemannian vision that defining the striking, the extraordinary (uncommon), the peculiar and the singular, helps to understand what should be considered as the characteristic symptoms to be cured in the patient; it also highlights with rightness that this is the only way to identify the predominant or prevailing miasm and what is worth curing is justified…. The extension made by Proceso Sanchez Ortega reaffirms usefulness to a paragraph that was dormant, and that comes to be the spark that moves the motor of the analysis and medical prescription…. The Teacher Proceso Sanchez Ortega has drawn us a path that follows the Hahnemannian footprint unfailingly reaffirming a Homeopathic philosophy mainly in the miasmatic, a subject that could not be left static given its importance in the understanding of the pathologic…. Samuel Hahnemann and Proceso Sanchez Ortega are inseparable complementaries in their contributions to Homeopathy where the science and the art to cure prevail.