I’m not sure I understand how it is “supposed” to work, but it all sounds very Scientology-ish to me.
In fairness though, (from what I’ve read) the inventor of Homoeopathy -unlike Scientology- actually believed in its value and didn’t invent it as a get rich quick scheme. He was working in the late 1700’s medical world which contained some ideas that made Homoeopathy actually look legit. He wasn’t malicious, just wrong. (Although, isn’t the Like-Cures-Like thinking somewhat similar to the concept behind vaccines?)
As for modern Homoeopathy, well…that’s another story. Even if it actually worked, I have no idea why people would think that it would work.