What brought you to homeopathy? Tell your 150 word inspirational story that connects you to homeopathy. How has homeopathy changed your life?
Good personal experience of it effects
Check which applies. I . . .
Use homeopathy, am a homeopath
What is your vision for the future of homeopathy
I would like to see homeopathy and its philosophical principles as an intrinsic part of ordinary people's lives, such that it would be the first line of treatment for most ailments. Tis can only be achieved through extensive health education and a shift in thinking about the inevitable progress of disease.
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I want to promote homeopathy, I want to meet like-minded people, I want to learn more about homeopathy, I want to advocate for homeopathy, I want to be involved with the homeopathic community at large
Write detailed background to introduce yourself. What school did you attend? Year of graduation? Degree or diploma? Where do you practice?
I am a homeopathic practitioner and am a Registered member of the Society of Homeopaths.
I am also a qualified and experienced teacher, who has lectured internationally. I work as a Senior Lecturer and supervisor at the University of Westminster and Salisbury Homeopathic College. I have always run family and community oriented practice and believe passionately in the place of holistic health care, both at individual and corporate level. My current research interest is in the role of hormones and their effects on our health, and I am writing a book on this subject. I also have a strong interest in nutrition and also work as a Nutritional Therapist.
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I have grown in many ways through homeopathy. In particular I am fascinated by the many ways in which homeopathy works
What are your interests besides homeopathy? Inquiring minds want to know.
Meditation, travel, nutrition, walking, meeting and learning about other people.
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We at HWC hope you are well. We noticed that you have not visittedd for quite a while. In the past month we have upgraded and have developed into a by-invitation professional homeopathic website. I believe you have much to offer and would like you to share some of your knowledge with us. How is your book coming along. There are many new blog/discussion groups now that I am sure you would find interesting.
I really enjoyed the ES and it was great to see Sue and Nicky again. I am coming to London on the 20th this month for the ECCH meeting but have agreed with Nicky that I drop by and say hello. Also I think I will write my dissertation from cases in Polyclinic so I need to sort things out with ethical board.
As for India I practiced on my own - however some of the time I was connected to CHATTI - an UK based NGO - however it is very very rural and if you haven't been to India before it will be hard to saty there. Also the local homeopaths work very fast and sees maybe 100 patients in a day so there is no time to explain any prescription.
However I had a beautiful homeopathic experience on my way back to Europe. I was in Delhi a few days and stayed at the Sri Aurobino Ashram there (which is really nice, clean and beautiful) and in that ashram is the nicest and most cute old male homeopath who taught me a great many things in 2 days. He loves having company and have an extensive MM and rep. knowledge. Also the patients there are city people and most like the european mentality apart from blown up mental illnesses and delusions, which is received with a smile and a laugh. I can really recommend to go there for a few weeks as there is a huge learning opportunity as well as nice atmosphere.
But apart from that the country is full of homeopaths and one can shop around and sit in with most of them. However - personally I stay clear of Sankaran, Banerjea and all those who want a fortune for my presence. They are quite fake, but again that is individual how one view that...
Otherwise most orphanages are glad for helping homeopathic hand and I treated many many children and learned a lot by doing that.
They are more than welcome to contact me if they want more info...
You were my first ever homeopath back in 2001ish - and I am now a registered homeopath myself so I just wanted to say Hi! and a big Thanks! for getting me hooked into this wonderful system of healing! Hope to hear from you sometime!