Creating Waves of Awareness
A report on 68th International Homoeopathic Conference of LIGA held at Quito, Ecuador Recently held on 4th-7th June 2013. A real good experience as compared to the year’s conference held at Nara, Japan.
The conference was attended by nearly 200 doctors from 30 countries of the world. It was a treat to attend the…
On the very same hiking initiation in Greece mentioned in the previous post I became an epicurist. Being spoiled as a child and then having gone through periods of deprivation and poverty, my conclusion was that postponing gratification makes it all the more pleasurable when it finally comes. The first hike with its strenuous mountain climbing, waiting long hours for food and drinks, its hot weather and sleeping outside turned out to be the justification for this idea. Until today it…Continue
WHAT’S A SYMPTOM?
Dr. M. A. Usmani
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This trajectory of the Walk for Homeopathy takes me to Greece.
I’ve been in Greece several times before. Actually the island of Lefkada was the first destination I’ve chosen to walk with the adventurous travel agency “Anders Reizen”. That was 30 years ago and it was my initiation in…
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… I am bicycling. (And yes, I admit: some people wrap their remedy around their steering wheel).
After driving a car for 7 years -some 20 years ago- I returned to my carefree life that I enjoyed much more. As I’ve always been a great fan of trains, the combination with a bicycle is…Continue
For the Teacher Meeting my talk was about the Walk for Homeopathy and what it brought forth so far. It started with the gift, of which I wrote in a previous post, that allowed me, or rather made me go on a Walk. This meant: ’being out there’ and thus being exposed. On the one hand this could lead to criticism, disbelieve, ridicule but on the other hand it could as well engender support, sympathy, encouragement, warmth and blessing. To my delight I got an overwhelming wave of…Continue
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Normally, when a patient comes to us, first we take the case, and then do the clinical examination, one after the other. But there are certain situations wherein we must do the clinical examination first, especially local examination, and then decide whether to take the case or refer to a higher…Continue