Creating Waves of Awareness
As argued in the previous chapter, I will give the patient the remedy that matches the level and problem at hand. I hope I made clear the vital remedy won’t solve the problem when it originates from another level. In that case the patient doesn’t need a similimum, at least not at that moment for that particular ailment.
A substantial percentage of my patients doès desire a similimum and since I’m intuitively able to know it before I see the patient, my focus naturally was and is…
Added by Anne Vervarcke on May 25, 2018 at 1:25am — No Comments
During the almost 30 years I plunged/delved into homeopathy I’ve seen it developing both in the what I call the Grammar (the system) and the Vocabulary (the MM) at an enormous speed and momentum. How utterly simple homeopathy seemed in our beginning days when we look at it from our current perspective! System upon system and method upon method is launched, all to help us coping with the ever increasing complexity of our analysis and the unmanageable amount of remedies we are supposed to…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on February 24, 2017 at 4:47am — No Comments
Most likely many homeopaths with long-term practices come to the same conclusion: our patients are not the same as the patients we saw at the beginning of our career some 25 -30 years ago. Our cases are more complex and we have to adjust the way we deal with them. Basically this is the core idea behind ‘Homeopathy of the 21st Century’ or the ‘Noetic Approach’. We rounded up what makes it noetic: drawing on intuition as well as on method, defining the level of the…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on January 30, 2017 at 9:01am — No Comments
Seven years have passed since in the fall of 2009 I realized I could foresee the similimum of people. It was as if a door opened in my consciousness through which I could glimpse. It doesn’t matter whether people already contacted me or used their real name or an alias. The clairvoyance transcends time and space; hence the remedies are given before the person asks for it.
The similimum is waiting for you!…
Added by Anne Vervarcke on September 8, 2016 at 1:07pm — No Comments
Maybe it is useful to remind that the Noetic path started for me some five years ago with the discovery I can know people’s similimum beforehand, when I go into ‘receiver –modus’. This gift, for which I am immensely grateful, came as a thunderclap in a broad daylight sky; all of a sudden it changed my direction in life completely. Having built up throughout the years a reputation of methodic and analytic thinking, from one moment to the next I found myself in the wing of so called New Agers…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on February 18, 2016 at 8:58am — No Comments
A year and a half have gone by since the forced closure of the homeopathic practice in Leuven and it has been quiet all that time on the blog. There are several reasons for this. First I was off to San Francisco to give a seminar and in June I was one of the speakers in Dubrovnik on ‘Le Petit festival du Thêatre’ (http://lepetitfestival.com/artists-performers/ ), a very original art festival whose theme of the year…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on November 24, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments
Because of the new Belgian legislation that limits homeopathy to doctors, dentists and midwifes, we were forced to close our group practice within 10 (!) days, the fine being 30.000 euro if we practiced any day longer. The transitory measurements state that holders of a Bachelor degree in a paramedical specialty can continue but practicing homeopaths who would start the study today can't be registered in…Continue
Four days we walked through a most magnificent landscape, pretty as a Christmas card wherever we looked: snow, ice crystals, and rime. Words fail to express how breathtaking the view was, in the woods (Zoniënwoud) or the fields. In the company of two friends joining me for the whole…Continue
The day started with a crisp blue sky but no more than an hour later, dark grey clouds from oversea approached and tiny snowflakes danced down from the sky. It looked as if the seawater colored dark grey as well, contrasting with the snow covered beach.
Heavier snowfall for the next two hours resulted in the most amazing scenery: the horizon disappeared, the sand at ebb tide got covered with a layer snow and the few people on the beach became vague shadows. Snow on the…
Last days, listening at the weather forecast giving snow blizzards and Antarctic temperatures, one hesitates between doing something ‘brave and determined’ versus being ‘stupid and silly’. The pitfall of thinking! Too many thoughts lead to doubt. When we feel no doubt, then this is a sure sign we follow our passion.
Hence I took the train when it was still dark this morning, and travelled through the most beautiful snow covered flatland, West Vlaanderen (le plat…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on January 23, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Spending an afternoon in the sauna with the friend, who was going to join me the first day of the Walk in Belgium, was meant to set the tone. The Walk should connect, link and heal but… being enjoyable as well.
And agreeable it was. We finally had (or made) enough time to catch up with each other while walking…
Since Kees already pointed it out and since it is known by people whom I taught or personally informed, I want to clarify on this knowing ‘im Forveld’.
To my utter surprise and amazement I discovered three years ago I could know the patient‘s remedy beforehand, without having to see or to talk to him or her. The implications upset me for months. I wasn’t looking nor asking for this and it all of a sudden changed the direction of my work, ambitions and motivations. Besides the…
Added by Anne Vervarcke on January 18, 2013 at 1:35pm — No Comments
After spending a lot of ‘quality time’ with family and friends for Christmas and New Year celebrations, last days were filled with organizing the Walk in Belgium. My beloved Paul has children, in laws, six grandchildren and so have I. His oldest granddaughter is 18 and brings her boyfriend; my youngest granddaughter is 14 months and sits on our lap. All of them are the light of our eyes and the joy in our hearts.
Packing for the next walk, I’m in an optimistic mood. The…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on January 18, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
ALl homeopaths who walked with me or hosted me I asked the same 4 questions, of which they can choose one, a few or all to answer. My questions are:
1. What is your most amazing, fantastic or spectacular homeopathic experience?
2. What is your biggest homeopathic enigma, mystery or question?
3. What did homeopathy bring you?
4.Do you have a messge you want me to take/a vision you want to share?
And this is what our colleague from Amsterdam…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on January 4, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
After a snowstorm and a day of minus 9, the next day had the most horrific weather: cold, raining and windy… and a walk along dikes and open fields. Steven van Lelyveld might have regretted he’d chosen that day to keep me company, but he bravely stood up to it and kept up the spirits. We walked the 18 km in one go and enjoyed warm tomato soup by three in the afternoon at our destination. Goedele De Nolf who came from Belgium, took an extra day on her way to a course in Holland to…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on January 4, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
The third part of the Walk in the Netherlands started with a visit in Nijmegen and a meeting at Huib Wijterburg’s place with colleagues and homeopathic doctors from his different study groups. He presented a patient whom he is treating for many years, and despite some progress and the satisfaction of the patient, the homeopath knows the breakthrough has not happened yet. This is the fate of many Nosode cases, people whose Vital Disturbance matches a bacterial or…Continue
Looking out of my window this morning, the world was white. It was snowing!
That is a little worrisome for the third trajectory of The Walk, planned to start within two days. I’ll walk to Nijmegen the 5th, teach life cases in Groesbeek on the 6th and…
Added by Anne Vervarcke on December 5, 2012 at 5:30am — No Comments
After another warm and sunny day where I actually picnicked in the grass at noon, I can’t but conclude the Walk must be approved by the gods! The 22 km took me along again beautiful paths; near the Zuidzee and further through woods were sunrays poured down yellow and brownish leaves. Amazing how the Netherlands conquered the water, control it and win land from the sea. Knowing this and walking by all that ubiquitous water are two rather different things. In the Oostvaardersplassen it was…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on November 19, 2012 at 4:19am — No Comments
From the broad window of the B&B I look over the greyish water under the greyish sky. The morning dawns quietly with orange stripes and the land is but a thin dark line in the distance. Herons meditate at the coast and swans glide into timelessness.…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on November 19, 2012 at 4:05am — No Comments
On Sunday the 28th of October Mother Amma was in Utrecht and it seemed a good idea to end the first part of the Walk with a hug from her. Ten years ago, as Peter Chappell got a hug he decided to do something for the world and took off to Africa to treat AIDS patients. The rest is history. Today tens of…Continue