Creating Waves of Awareness
Miami Herald of 27th May 2013 carried a headline, “LOW COST VITAMINS MAY DELAY DEMENTIA.”
Looking at the numerous pictures of my Walk in Israel, the ones of Michal Yakir’s lovely garden deserve a special place. Rarely have I seen a garden that is so much an expression of its creator. Or is it rather that seldom a gardener succeeded so well in creating a splendid reflection of him- or herself.
Obviously Michal knows all her plants, trees and flowers and every single one is put in the right place with great attention and care. But me too, I know all my plants in my garden…Continue
Vision of a Physician Series
HEALTH WITHOUT MEDICINES
[PRESERVE YOUR HEALTH MORE WITH SAGACIOUS LIVING, THAN MEDICINES ]
DR. M. A. USMANIContinue
After the explorations of het northern part of Israel with its abundant orchards and vineyards Shahaf took me back to Michal. Rivka Klein organized a seminar on Sunday where I could to explain my purpose with the Walk and my approach in taking and analyzing a case. In the afternoon the live patient gave me the opportunity to demonstrate the theory.
Over the years I became more and more convinced that the most important thing in case taking is the art of listening with full…
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It was not before three days later, when my subsequent hosts Ronit Abutbul and Brit Gilad discussed the next stage of the walk, that it became clear some misunderstanding slipped in. While arranging things somebody said or somebody heard that the ones hosting me should take me to interesting places in…Continue
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Saturday Jenni Tree and I stayed in Michal Yakirs girly, rosy apartment with a fairy tale garden. It made me long even more for my own place that is decorated exactly the way I like it. Mahesh Gandhi came in the afternoon for getting more of Michal’s teachings. She is a botanist and spent 20 years…Continue
This week was a bit like disappearing from the earth. The yearly Teacher’s Meeting was held in Jerusalem at the monastery of the Notre Dame de Sion: a lovely peaceful place with a gorgeous garden but unfortunately with very limited access to the Internet. This plunged us, busy homeopaths, in a state of discomfort. On the one hand we were liberated from the tyranny of having to respond immediately to every message or question but on the other hand we knew that this only meant work…Continue
There were only three days at home between my Walk in the UK and my early flight for Israel. Thursday I spent at the country house where my sweetheart lives. We found this quiet place after about two years of Sunday walks, because in Flanders there is hardly a quiet place left. 3300 m² of land, surrounded by fields and along an unpaved road with no electricity met our needs.
We rebuilt the bungalow with organic materials and made it into a very cozy place. Paul built a…