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Student Responses to Anne Schadde Zoom session with students

Case Analysis in April with Anne Schadde HP (Germany) Anne really enjoyed working on HSI student cases, and is inspired to come back. She said:“It was a great pleasure for me to work with HSI students on such well elaborated student case reports and point out the common thread that runs through the entire patient

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Homeopathy – The Road Less Traveled

written by Debbie Lamb Many people are familiar with Robert Frost’s poem, The Road Not Taken, which narrates a traveler’s thoughts as he ponders which of two woodland paths to take. In the end, he chose the road “less traveled by,” which “made all the difference.” Not as many people are familiar with homeopathy. I,

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Dusty – A Happy Dog Suffering from Fear and Pain

Behavioral clues in a client who cannot speak, like a pet, can reveal a lot, especially about fear and pain. Remember what is most important in a case, especially when your client cannot talk. Dusty is a 1 year old male dog who I know very well. He lives with a loving family of four

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The newest on School Accreditation

Hurrah – HSI is accredited! Exciting news: The school is now accredited by ACHENA, Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America.  A big THANKS to all of you supporting us in this process! National Certification Many of our graduates have received national certification through the CHC (Council of Homeopathic Certification). The educational level, instructional

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National Homeopathic Conference

The NCH National Homeopathic Conference is coming to Westminster, Colorado in 2016. Register now Barbara Seideneck, the director of the Homeopathy School International will be presenting: A Little Piece of the Rockies: Provings of the Colorado and the Common Columbine Date: Saturday, April 9, 2016 Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM About the Session: Provings

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The Essence of Chocolate

Chocolate. Silky, smooth, soothing, and delicious. Bitter and dark, sweet or made with milk. Truffles, tarts, cake, bars, candies, sauce, fondue, syrup, cookies, and the list goes on. Since at least 450 AD, people have consumed chocolate, and today the global chocolate industry is worth almost $128 billion dollars. Around the world, 7.5 million tons...

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Dancing in the Dark

Can you guess the homeopathic remedy? I hadn’t intended to stay out late, but the joy of traveling is leaving yourself open to the unexpected. So even though I was exhausted from the flight, had yet to shower or change my clothes, I heard the music and knew I had to follow it. I was...

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The Vital Force

The Vital Force is the unseen animating force that brings life to the body, maintaining a state of homeostasis and doing all the ridiculously complicated life processes behind the scenes while we go about our day. This force clearly possesses a certain level of intelligence (although likely not an intellect, as it were) and is autonomous...

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Beating the Flu Naturally

This article appeared in Healing Path Magazine – Fort Collins, Colorado You boost your immune system with vitamin C. You increase your exercise, dress warmly, get plenty of sleep and wash your hands after visiting public places. Then everyone at work gets the flu, the kids bring it home and your husband gets sick. Even...

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On the Horizon

Can you guess the homeopathic remedy? Low, slow, and mystical. She woke to a blanket of white creeping over the hills, the kind of October morning where the potential is almost palpable. Fields of amber and gold against a pale purple sky—they seemed a comb for the fog, disappearing then reappearing from view. The rising...

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A Cold Wind

Can you guess the homeopathic remedy? There’s a moment in every budding reporter’s life when you just know—this is the one. That one story only you have the inclination and determination to break wide open, because where everyone else saw the glossed exterior, you sensed the rumble beneath. Follow Tree Farms was mine. Tucked in...

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Student Responses to Anne Schadde Zoom session with students

Case Analysis in April with Anne Schadde HP (Germany) Anne really enjoyed working on HSI student cases, and is inspired to come back. She said:“It was a great pleasure for me to work with HSI students on such well elaborated student case reports and point out the common thread that runs through the entire patient...

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Our Healing Roots

As spring comes along with the large variety of perennial flowers beginning to bloom, I think of how their roots have lasted and grown, keeping them strong and flourishing throughout their years. I think of how some plants serve the purpose to be beautiful to look at, while others can heal and soothe. As a...

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Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning is young.

Henry Ford