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The Art of Healing with Homeopathy

You are invited to a free Zoom meeting: Saturday, Nov 28, 2020 – 9.00-10.00AM (MST) Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qdu2hqD8jH9OEJbybiTnh5FHkkvaVTee5 You will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. There is so much more to the practice of homeopathy than giving homeopathic remedies to alleviate health problems. By studying the

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The Road Less Traveled

Homeopathy – The Road Less Traveled 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

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Changing from C to LM Potencies

Potency and potency protocols are the preoccupation of all beginning homeopaths, and there are many technical details elucidated by experienced homeopaths. This webinar will compare 35 years of clinical experience using C-potencies and 15 current years using LM-potencies, including a 5 year period of pitfalls and making the transition.

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Anne Schadde: Homeopathy on Hold for a Paradigm Shift

What is a paradigm? Jörg Wichmann writes in his article “Beyond the Evidence Trap”: “A paradigm is a set of ideological principles and views on which a conception of the world or a science is based. Paradigms have evolved historically and are changing.” An example of this is a paradigm that had long been valid:

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Antidotes and Interferences

The idea of antidotes is a controversial topic in homeopathy. In my practice, they are very very real, and I will present some clear cases to illustrate not only the correct remedy, but also the clear result from antidotes and how that is handled. I first learned about antidotes from George Vithoulkas and have experimented

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What is a useful homeopathic symptom?

When we take a case, we want to find a remedy. A part of the process is to identify symptoms that will help us to individualize the treatment of our client. The client relates symptoms to help us, but we must evaluate them to choose those that are homeopathic and useful in our search. What

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A Combat-Injured Vet Finds Homeopathy

After returning from Iraq in late 2004, Ginny Sieben spent years receiving world class care from the Minneapolis VA as she recovered from her combat-related injuries. Despite their incredible care, she still walked with canes due to back pain and leg weakness, was on medication for PTSD, likely for the rest of her life, and

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Cell Salts for Common Complaints

Tune in to this zoom session webinar to learn about Cell Salts, a simplified form of homeopathic treatment developed over 140 years ago by German homeopathic physician Dr. Heinrich Schuessler. From his biochemical research Dr. Schuessler concluded that disease is a result of nutritional deficiencies of the body’s building blocks (minerals). He named these building

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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 Vital Sensation – Part 2

During this Part 2 session, Jürgen shared different experiences on treating acute conditions with homeopathy. By opening the space for individual dynamics and allowing the patient to follow his inner experience, clear remedy pictures can emerge in a very short time. In his presentation Jürgen shared cases with different pathologies where severe allopathic treatment and

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A Unique Case of Ignatia Amara

A 28 year- old male contacted me for help with a case of severe Insomnia that had been plaguing him for the previous 2 months. Although he presented with many chronic complaints, the more acute situation of sleeping for only a few hours each night was the primary focus of this particular interview. Inquiring during

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