I am Grateful ! To be alive & well, to be involved in the fabulous community of Cafe Gratitude, to be forming, together with other members of the extended Cafe Gratitude community, a co-op; a worker-owned collective, called The Grateful Mind and Body Collective. Our mission is to bring affordable health care options to our community, utilizing a wide variety of healing arts skills, practiced in a cooperative multidisciplinary environment.
Homeopathy is, of course, one of the… Continue
Added by david hartley on April 23, 2009 at 3:47pm —
This is my Project on the Homeopathic Bowel Nosodes of Bach and Paterson, their history, theory, practice guidelines and remedy descriptions with mind maps. Covers the remedies Morgan Pure, Morgan Gaertner, Gaertner, Proteus, Sycotic Co., Dysentry Co., plus notes on probiotics, antibiotics bowel flora and connections to other remedies.… Continue
Added by Mark O'Sullivan on April 23, 2009 at 9:30am —
FRONTLINE ON HEALTH CARE: What it is like to be sick around the world. Continue
The video below represents scenes regarding health care systems from richest countries around the world, namely the USA, UK, Japan, Germany, Taiwan, and Switzerland. The countries involved in this video differ in health care systems, with countries like USA resulting in high medical costs for patients and Taiwan that chooses to integrate…
Added by Debby Bruck on April 22, 2009 at 11:30pm —
Twitter is a micro-blog where you can only type in 140 characters to each message you send out into cyberspace.
Before the creation of Homeopathy World Community Website, I created a World-Wide Twitter Group and wrote a short blog about it's purpose at Twitter Blog
The idea was good, but the Twitter Group Third Party Application did not provide assistance or… Continue
Added by Debby Bruck on April 21, 2009 at 11:30pm —
The Google Book Project has begun digitizing everything they can get their hands on. If the book is out of copyright, they have the complete text. This includes many old homeopathic books and journals. The trick is filtering out the treasures. Here's two links and I encourage other members of this forum to search for more. The first link is to King's History of… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 21, 2009 at 8:42pm —
We are a TEAM of Homeopaths in the Canadian HUB of Homeopathy in Vancouver. Follow our blog for insight into the latest Homeopathic News and interesting tidbits of fun health information!
Added by El Cecchetto DCH, CCH, RSHom(NA) on April 20, 2009 at 1:45pm —
I am pleased to read dear Kavita's blog, where she explained very nicely giving some good examples. I am adding herewith some information, which may be helpful to many of my homeopathic friends.
In most of the cases, we fail because of lacking in proper case taking. I remember my teachers telling us that that homeopathy is not merely a science but an art as well, and you have to learn the techniques of proper case taking, which is basically the first task in any homeopathic… Continue
Added by Dr Shashi Mohan Sharma on April 19, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Julian Winston did a question and answer at the NCH Summer School several years ago. He answered a question about his visit to Hahnemann's house. He later wrote up the visit as an article in Homeopathy Today, but I thought I would share the remarks he made that day.
Q: Tell us about your trip to Hahnemann's house.
A: I spent 10 days with Dr. Gypser. He arranged for train tickets for me to visit Hahnemann's house in Koethen. Andre Saine visited it as soon as the Berlin Wall… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 19, 2009 at 8:47pm —
Dear Homeopaths around our planet
We can be the best in curing patients all around our beautiful planet. Let's gather our forces and energies in this way. I think we can make firm and logical link with different specialties in conventional Medicine. A very simple example is Arnica which is being used in surgeries in France by some cancer surgeons for healing post surgical hematoma (post mastectomy) in breast cancer patients or post surgical healing of patients…
Added by Seyedaghanoor Sadeghi on April 19, 2009 at 3:30pm —
For each client I explain in several different ways about homeopathy and the role of a homeopath. What comes to my mind at that moment I go with it….Finally I thought let me put that in to words so that it will be easy for me to provide a copy of this to each client instead of explaining each time and if they have any questions I will answer them accordingly. Below is what I cited as an example for my clients.
“I would like to share an interesting incident of one of my relative was given… Continue
Added by Kavitha Kukunoor on April 18, 2009 at 11:30pm —
I believe that all complementary therapists should now join together to promote Freedom of Choice for Integrated Healthcare direct to the public.
The NHS in the UK is now patient-led, so it is the public who can drive forward for a better healthcare system that will take the mind body connection into account when treating patients.
Please visit our website www.tlckendal.org and help us to make TLC into a national and international organisation.
Added by VAL YOUNG on April 18, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Dear HWC members,
for simplicity sake let me use my signature as Raghavan henceforth be called as "Raghavan" which is "another name of Lord Rama" in Sanskrit is for your very kind information. I am a devout Hindu and pure vegetarian(vegan)and worship Lord Vishnu the avatars of Rama and Krishna and daily I recite over 60minutes Sanskrit mantras in praise of Lord but I believe in only one GOD theory and may be the name only differs since Godliness form of very pure and omnipotent and… Continue
Added by K.Srinivasa Raghavan on April 17, 2009 at 11:00pm —
Yesteday I was called anti-science for advocating homeopathy. It's a strange term and I'm not sure what it means. I understand anti-technology, which is the belief that technology causes more problems than it solves. I suppose anti-science means advocating some idea the scientific community does not accept. It's a strange inversion of science. What is supposed to be a method for discovering new ideas becomes a tool for criticizing old ones. As if there were some laundry list of things every… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 17, 2009 at 9:32pm —
Please note, that I am totally dedicated to the art of Homeopathy, and in my opinion, there is nothing better to serve the suffering humanity.
In my 38 years of Homeopathic Practice, I have seen thousands of homeopathic cures, even in so called "incurable" cases. It all depends on the procedure adopted in the treatment of each individual case. We must look thoroughly and deeply in any illness with a proper case taking, understanding illness and then selecting a proper homeopathic… Continue
Added by Dr Shashi Mohan Sharma on April 17, 2009 at 9:30pm —
: Homeopathy is a highly debated but often used medical treatment. With this cohort study we aimed to evaluate health status changes under homeopathic treatment in routine care. Here we extend former results, now presenting data of an 8-year follow-up.
: In a prospective, multicentre cohort study with 103 homeopathic… Continue
Added by Jerry Van den Bosch on April 17, 2009 at 4:15pm —
I spend a lot of time on the Internet, and much of it is spent arguing with people I disagree with. Here are a few tips if you find yourself in an argument.
Stick to what you know. Don't try to argue quantum mechanics, philosophy, or economics if you've never studied them in depth. It's much better to be honest and unassuming.
Keep it short. No one has the patience to read your thousand word argument. Make your point and quit.
Keep it simple. You may think that… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 16, 2009 at 9:08pm —
I have a patient who cannot use the phone due to a tinnitus condition (amongst other things) so I am part way through creating a questionnaire. I thought ..oh great I can pop this on my website as a download which patients can fill in and email back to me...so far so good
Now male and female differences aside we know homeopathy is about individualisation and I am very aware just how completely different my patients are one from the other ...sooo now wondering is the questionnaire good… Continue
Added by Fiona Dilston on April 16, 2009 at 8:00am —
There's another death in the homeopathic community, Dr. Melvyn Smith of Sugarland, Texas died of pancreatic cancer. From his obituary
Smith, his sister said, was an avid student of mythology and metaphysics. And, well into his career as a medical doctor, he became fascinated by alternative medicine. In 1981 he was co-founder of the Texas Society of Homeopathy; 16 years later he was certified by the Council… Continue
Added by Bernie Simon on April 15, 2009 at 8:56pm —
The idea for this Golf Tournament as a fund raiser was inspired by residents of detox facilities who expressed that modalities such as yoga, meditation and now homeopathy have been the most helpful in their struggle with addiction because of a sense of inner peace.
I believe that peace on earth will only be achieved from the inside out, one person at a time, as each one of us grows inner peace we will plant seeds of peace.
How fortunate we are that homeopathy in its very essence… Continue
Added by Albertine Phan on April 15, 2009 at 3:00pm —
sister Debby Bruck,
This is a wholesome concept finding a respite and yet utilising the time for the purpose of Homoeopathy with casual talks and yet with subtle business touch and creating a clan of people who are like minded and uniting them to get into unique approach which likely to slowly unbridled the thoughts and action to patch up the seems to be unseen and yet prevailing differences and when imploring the mind and the resultant explores the possibility of united action,united… Continue
Added by K.Srinivasa Raghavan on April 15, 2009 at 12:16am —