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HWC Newsletter September 2010

Your Best Friend Is Just A Click Away

 

From the Founder's Desk

Fan, Friend, Follow!

Social media means connecting with others, creating relationships, building friendships. You have your choice of communities, whether you're on FaceBook, MySpace, or a hundred other organized groups large and small, its up to you to interact and create ripples in the pond. 

If you create a 'friend' you form a bond that may be short-lived, momentary or for life. On first meeting you may feel a closeness or over time chats bring you closer as you discuss various topics. 

One thing for sure, emotions get activated. Its like getting a positive hit every time someone clicks "Like" or "Thumbs-Up" leaving long comments and smilies. On the opposite end of the spectrum negative hits generate feelings of rejection, "I've been dissed," or left out when no one leaves any feedback at all. I see you all nodding and smiling right now. 

 

Bees In A Hive

How you react to all this 'buzz' and 'activity' tells you a bit about yourself and how you weather the storms of relationships. Learning new ways of responding, relating and interacting provides opportunities to grow and learn more about being social, building your business, resolving conflicts, teaching tolerance, sharing and gaining knowledge. Our personal reasons for getting involved opens the door to gifts we did not know were there in the first place. All this busy work makes sweet honey that feeds our society. As we create awareness about our core mission, we become winning worker bees. Following each other and friending complete strangers means we talk about our interests and what we love. Homeopathy Heals in so many ways. 

 

Forgiveness to Self and Others.

The more risks you take stepping in to new virtual environments with all types of people, the more you will mature and develop your social graces. Continued communication helps all of us upgrade our language skills and cross boundaries. Plenty of misunderstandings occur because of cultural differences and the nature of reading the written word without gestures and eye-contact. Don't take it personally. Make amends and move on. Just think, we live on the cutting edge of online social networks and have the ability to formulate what direction they will go! Put on your sneakers, grab your jumprope, get in the swing and play along with the crowd. Don't forget to click links on blogs to jump and skip into something new. 

While these social networks can be intimidating, they can also be welcoming. You WILL feel the love on HWC. Compliments and support abound when you post your blogs, cured cases, discussions and questions.

Friending also means seeing who else you know. You end up on lists and you begin to create lists of contacts. As the technology develops it becomes easier to make contact and cross media. You may begin with twitter, receive a gift when someone retweets or you may give and share with others, what I like to call, "Random Acts of Kindness." Everyone feels appreciated. The more you give, the more you will receive. The more you interact the easier it becomes. The larger your friendship circle grows.

 

A True Story

Dr Chandran put out a friendship call. What do numbers mean anyway if no one is listening or responding? You may need to friend Dr Chandran in order to view this conversation. I have also heard many other stories where people quit FaceBook or MySpace because they were not connecting or felt it was a waste of their time. Actual conversations means starting with small talk, short little notes and then getting into the heavy duty philosophical questions of life and death. A lot of people get on the social networks as a break from work, rather than rehashing all of the day over again. 

 

Just A Note Of Warning

 

You will hear the sound of the Golden Rule over and over. Don't do until others what you would not have them do unto you. Sometimes people can become overwhelmed with too much noise, information and interaction. Be sensitive to the needs of others. Leave space and ask permission before sending out a blast, interrupting people at work, ringing the Skype phone at all hours. Use discretion when beeping, but don't forget you can use your preference settings to find those peaceful quiet moments. In fact, I have turned off my FaceBook (FB) chat. WHAT! Yes, I did. With hundreds or thousands of contacts it becomes impossible to respond to everyone, post comments, answer questions AND chat when we should be sleeping, finishing a task or thinking about that looming deadline.

 

Strengthening Friendships

More ideas for building relationships.

  • Find an old friend by joining alumni pages or asking friends if they have heard from old schoolmates or old neighborhood friends.  
  • Make new friends through common interests. Other radio show hosts have befriended me on twitter and blogtalk. We like to learn by listening to each other's shows. A group of small business owners retweet messages to boost visibility. We end up learning about each other's families and talk on the phone. 
  • Be a thoughtful friend. Before Twitter I did not know this woman who loves and cares for abused animals. Somehow we connected over months. For a while I didn't hear from her. Recently, she was back on Twitter when I learned she had been away working on a project to save abandoned animals in South America. As a surprise, I wrote a blog to draw attention to her project. I call this Acts of Loving Kindness.
  • Check in on Special Days. Oh boy! I'm really not good with birthdays and anniversaries. But, you can set up automatic reminders and click a quick greeting to your friends to let them know you care. 
  • Connect one to another by requesting friendship connection of the friend of a friend. Now that's 3 friends!
  • Meet in-person! Don't forget, we can even live in the real world. Make a date. Go to lunch. Plan to meet at a conference. 
  • Make a new friend on a different platform. Try Doctor's Hangout where medical students gather. 

 

Change Your Preferences 

Get to know how to adjust your settings. Social networking is all about access-ibility. Do you want to make yourself hard to reach or do you want to be approachable and available?   

 

Access to more data. Determine how much information you share. You get to view more data on the user, some of which may be intentionally obscured from the public or other non-friend users. This allows you to network with the specific user in a more intimate and personal setting.  

 

Greater communication options. Depending on the social site, when someone adds you as a friend, they open up more avenues of communication. This adds a greater level of interactivity: you can connect with the person who added you through private/direct messages, instead of the highly visible public channel.  

 

Recommended content. When someone adds you as a friend (and vice versa), your activity or actions on the site may be recommended or ‘pushed’ towards the other person in some part of their admin panel or profile. This means that you’ll get greater visibility automatically whenever you use the social website.  

 

Greater Social Proof. An auxiliary advantage of having many fans on social media websites is your influence, especially when the social site itself ranks the users according to the number of followers or subscribers they have. Popular and visible users tend to accumulate friends more easily than unknown users. Twitter is a good example.

Some might say you have nothing to lose and everything to gain when someone adds you as a friend on any social media website. Just remember, its up to you with whom you want to be associated. They are giving you permission to share messages with them while bestowing attention on your recommendations and actions within the social site.

 

If you’re trying to get maximum visibility for your message,develop a popular social profile that has a large amount of fans in order to take advantage of the innate advantage that comes from communicating with a large number of people at once through a specific action.

 

Friend Rubrics

"Friendship with oneself is all important because without it one cannot be friends with anybody else in the world. " ~Eleanor Roosevelt

FRIENDS

Mind; writing; mean and contemptible things to her friends, all sorts of: Lac-c

MIND: Anxiety: Forsaken her, as if a friend had: cer-i, RHUS-T

MIND: Anxiety: friends, about: bar-c, cer-p, neod-p, PHOS, pays, puls, ros-ca-a, SULPH, uran-n

MIND: Anxiety: Fear, accidents, off: friends, to: ars, CAUST

Mind: Mirelli's themes, friend: 352 remedies

Mind: Abusive, insulting: friends, even to his best: CROC, gall-ac

MIND: ANGER; friends, towards: CROC, Plac, ros-ca-a

MIND: ANGUISH; death of dearest friend, from: Nat-m, nit-ac, ph-ac

MIND: ANGUISH; loss of his friend, from: calc, gin, NIT-AC

Mind: CENSORIOUS, critical; friends, with dearest: ars-s-f, aur-s, chin-up, chir-f, deer, neod-p, posit

MIND: CENSORIOUS, critical: parents, teachers and friends of: lil-t, sep, thuj

MIND; Company, aversion to ; friends, loved ones: alum, ars, bell, cham, colic, culx-p, FERR, fl-ac, hep, heron, IOD, kola, NAT-C, perl, rhus-g, SEL, sep, taosc, upa-a, wye

MIND: Company; desire for; friend, friends of: aids, ant-c, ASTAC, bell-p, bute-j, clad-r, culx-p, cygn-c-b, excr-can, fix, granit-m, lsd, mani, ONIS, plb, sac-alb, stront-c

Mind; delusions, imaginations; separated; friends and family, from: Salx-f, succ tyt-a, uro-h

Mind; delusions, imaginations; talking; friends talking about her: gin, lach, lsd

Mind; dreams; dead; people, of; friends; talking with deceased friends: corv-c, lei muscled, nat-c

Mind; friendship, deceived, agg.: aur, aur-m-n, CHLOR, erb-c, ign, mag-c, mag-m, neod-p, nux-v, ph-ac-, rhus-g, sam-p, sil, sulph, thul-c

Mind: Mocking: friends, at his: alco

Mind: Sadness: friendship, lost, gag: aur, sam-p

Mind; weeping, tearful mood; meeting people, when; friend: lyc

Stomach; sinking sensation; meeting a friend, when: CIMIC

Face; expression, appearance; friendly: STRAM, vert

Sleep; sleeplessness; friends, from longing for: plb

Generalities; trembling; friends, on meeting: tarent

Mind; weeping, tearful mood; goes off alone and weeps as if she had no friends: bar-c

 

Friends Share. Just use the button on the network and let your friends on Twitter, Facebook and other social networks read an article written by a friend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THREE TWITTER TIPS

1. Avatar. Time to upload your best looking profile photo. Some people post something wacky and colorful, They seem to get a lot of attraction. A smile will always do. Other people like to post their logo, especially if the profile is for an organization or clinic. 

2. Description. The description you enter in your Bio is extremely important for people to get a first impression of what you are and what you do. Take some time to inform and invite people to check into you.

3.  Links and Photos. People love links to interesting posts or photos. Post these often. Check out the Digg front page or that latest cool article on CNET or Wired and post a link to that. Make some interesting photos and post that. Create unique content!

Aphorism §1

The physician's high and only mission is to restore the sick to health, to cure, as it is termed.

 

Organon aphorism §262

In acute diseases, on the other hand—except in cases of mental alienation—the subtle, unerring internal sense of the awakened life-preserving faculty determines so clearly and precisely, that the physician only requires to counsel the friends and attendants to put no obstacles in the way of this voice of nature by refusing anything the patient urgently desires in the way of food, or by trying to persuade him to partake of anything injurious.


GRAMMAR

Punctuation. Can you find the difference?

Place one space AFTER punctuation and NOT before it.

WRONG

Today is the first day of my life , and I will make the best of it.

RIGHT

Today is the first day of my life, and I will make the best of it.


FEEDBACK

We would love to know if this newsletter has been helpful, educational, fun, interesting or any other descriptions you can imagine. Please tell us what you think by posting a short note on "Why I Like HWC" 

 

Are You A Competitor?

Mark Your Calendar

September 25, 2010 is the very last day to upload your case analysis on the HWC website in a drawing to win a brand new computer program.

 

Vlademir Polony and Gary Weaver provide this opportunity to HWC members only. Post your finished case HERE . Check out the rules and regulations to provide confidentiality for the patient, and a complete case analysis with all the bells and whistles. There will only be one lucky winner. The case must adhere to the classical methods established in Hahnemann's Organon.

 

The revised P&W Edition of the 1846 Boenninghausen has been completely restored to its accurate meaning in the English language with corrections made according to the original documents and researched criteria, and contains 14 Repertories, 104 Materia Medicas and texts. Read more on Gary's blog.

 

Use The Invite Tab

You can make all kinds of new friends and important professional contacts.  Invite your homeopathic friends to join HWC while you share with them one of our recent quizzes, entertaining or educational videos, and forum discussions or blogs.  Use the INVITE TAB and send a personal message, because when they join, you will automatically be their friend on the network when their application is approved.  Send them this helpful video instruction link to make the transition a breeze. http://ning.it/aqiz2v 

 

Rest assured, your friend will be delighted that you cared enough to invite them.  A meaningful personal invitation with a link to read an important blog will grab their attention, while mass mailing seldom receives a positive response.  You can even introduce two of you HWC friends to each other by sending them their profile page link, commenting on their wall, or meeting on the live chat

 

There are just 8 days left to post your case to HWC. Follow the guidelines and you may be selected to win a brand new whizz-bang computer program. I know you already have a few dusty programs hanging around, but this is different. One of our esteemed HWC members, Gary Weaver, will be hanging around the network and providing some tutorials on the Boenninghausen Method. 

 

You'll get startling results and shortcut those difficult cases. 

 

Use The Invite Tab

You can make all kinds of new friends and important professional contacts.  Invite your homeopathic friends to join HWC while you share with them one of our recent quizzes, entertaining or educational videos, and forum discussions or blogs.  Use the INVITE TAB and send a personal message, because when they join, you will automatically be their friend on the network when their application is approved.  Send them this helpful video instruction link to make the transition a breeze. http://ning.it/aqiz2v 

 

Rest assured, your friend will be delighted that you cared enough to invite them.  A meaningful personal invitation with a link to read an important blog will grab their attention, while mass mailing seldom receives a positive response.  You can even introduce two of you HWC friends to each other by sending them their profile page link, commenting on their wall, or meeting on the live chat

 

HWC BlogTalk Radio 

Time Marches On!

The format for Who's Reading the OrganonBlogTalkRadio show has changed recently. My co-host, Vera, had family obligations with the beginning of the school year and she could not continue the demanding 5-day per week radio schedule.

 

You Can Participate

I'm asking HWC members and the listening audience to post live chat comments, and you know why, too, after reading this newsletter. Social networks are all about FEEDBACK! That's right. The gift of your presence strengthens our communal bonds when you applaud, post a smiley face, wave or chat.

 

If you would like to be a guest on the show, just send me a message. If you call in live, let me know to expect you.

Since I'm flying solo, I've taken the liberty to be a bit more flexible with the time schedule for the HWC show. 

In general the show airs every Sunday through Thursday at noon Eastern Time, but on occasion there will be pre-recorded sessions while I attend a lecture or other obligations.  

 

Sharing is Caring

We're up to aphorism 75 of Samuel Hahnemann’s Organon of Medicine.  Tell your friends they can listen for free live on the internet, or download archives to their iPod or computer. 

Each session begins with a bit of inspiration, then current events and HWC news and rounding out the show with reading the Organon. If i get my act together, you can follow up with the HWC BTR-WRTO group.

 

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