What does this work of T.S. Eliot have to do with informational medicine

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In the knowledge derived from experience.
The knowledge imposes a pattern, and falsifies,
For the pattern is new in every moment
And every moment is a new and shocking experience


“we do not know the next moment

all is unpredictable and new

particularly our clients – their history – their disease cause

all is a journey of discovery, of wonder and surprise –

we start to distrust learning from books

we distrust the pattern that might have guided us well

in the past “

We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.


We will not start from “knowing”

but from “not knowing”

we will not want to pretend like all others in white

that we are in charge and that all is well and controled

we do not hesitate to admit uncertainty

we are very well at home with it

and we know it is not the beginning of failure

but the venture point into the  unknown

the “all and everything” that holds us in

favorable hands – fear is admitted –

as it admits the ultimate plan –

and to know we will finally reach where we started

with an infinity deeper understanding of it all


Quick now, here, now, always—
A condition of complete simplicity
(Costing not less than everything)
And all shall be well and
All manner of thing shall be well


Simplicity – not the long story the perplexity of details

the long list of blame and explain

lets not lock into the long love story of our client

that clings to his skin and makes him a prisoner

of his own story

sit back – not afraid to upset and to spread disharmony

in his elaborate story that keeps him sick

make it short and simple and undigestable

that it creates the hick-up, the sneezing that will

awaken the sleeping prince


The point of intersection of the timeless
With time, is an occupation for the saint—
No occupation either, but something given
And taken, in a lifetime’s death in love,
Ardour and selflessness and self-surrender.
but for most of us, there is only the unattended
Moment, the moment in and out of time,

lets not stop here – lets start to notice the signs that

point into the perpendicular dimension

out of time – right here – into that –  before and after-

that made us become what we are and that our client

desperately wants to realize – not minding to be sick

in exchange – not minding suffering and pain either

He comes to us for another pointer – into the right direction-

outside of time – the bondage that he will leave

for good


TS. Eliot and Kiran Schmidt

http://www.tristan.icom43.net/quartets/norton.html

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