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When Not Walking …

… 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 evident; even more so because I live in a city where parking…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on June 11, 2013 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

Out Of Her Comfort Zone

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…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on June 9, 2013 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Dream Garden

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…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on May 29, 2013 at 5:30am — 1 Comment

Into the desert

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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Added by Anne Vervarcke on May 21, 2013 at 1:32pm — No Comments

Lake Tiberias and the Golan Heights

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 the neighborhoods but definitely not for long walks! This 60 year…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on May 15, 2013 at 3:52am — No Comments

Visits in the North of Israel

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 on creating a system in Plants remedies, an amazing piece of…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on May 12, 2013 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

Jerusalem

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…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on May 11, 2013 at 8:56am — 1 Comment

Three Days At Home

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…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on May 4, 2013 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

At Mike Andrews

It’s always a bit of a surprise where I will end up staying for the night: Christel books my overnight stay online and all I have is an address. In London it turned out to be The International Students House: modest, small, hot rooms perfumed with students sweat, or at least that was what I thought it was. Notes on the hallway walls with all kinds of announcements for interesting and exciting shows, meetings and places, reminded me of my own student period in Leuven. I started my…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on April 26, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments

A Lot Of Linking And A Bit Of Walking

After seeing patients and lecturing at Mike Andrews place, my Walk took me to Bristol. On Friday there was the Education Day organized by Ian Andrews and Linda Wicks, titled: “Sharing Good Practice”. Various speakers shared their experiences in short presentations after which interesting conversations followed. I mainly stressed the point that teaching homeopathy…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on April 26, 2013 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Halfway

Last week I had the pleasure to hand over the check with the total amount of het donations to Kees Dam, who represented ‘Homeopaths without Borders’. This was the third project the Walk for Homeopathy donated the money that was collected by my consultations, writing and teaching and the donations of supporters. 

The first was AHRF: they received over…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on April 18, 2013 at 12:27pm — 4 Comments

And then it started to snow again…

Arriving at Joerg Wichmann’s place it started to snow and it didn’t stop for the whole next day. Closing my eyes in bed I still saw snowflakes falling. Messages from Belgium informed me that the traffic jam broke all records. Christel’s Eurostar to London was canceled. Joerg and Angelika’s three children couldn’t make it to school as the buses didn’t get through. So…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on March 24, 2013 at 5:09am — No Comments

From Freckenhorst and Sendenhorst to Ahlen.

These three days walking alone the weather was spoiling the pleasure somewhat.  Rain is the most unpleasant for hiking, even with a plastic poncho that covers rug sack and all and make me look like Quasimodo. 

It was flat, grey and silent these days, People stay inside if they don’t need to go out. Walking in the drizzle, almost between the drops, it occurs to me that the Walk is an ongoing lesson in trust: things always seem to turn out well. The rain became less when I…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on March 22, 2013 at 5:30am — 1 Comment

On The Road Again

In Köthen my companion for the next days, Jost Schulte, met me in the Hahnemann House, to be precise: in the Master’s office!  Could there be a better place to see each other for the first time, after mailing and Skype conversations?



It was a relief to start walking again, leaving cities behind. The temperature was around 3 degrees, the sky still grey with a sharp northern wind biting our cheeks in the open fields.…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on March 17, 2013 at 5:00am — 1 Comment

From Freckenhorst and Sendenhorst to Ahlen

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These three days walking alone the weather was spoiling the pleasure somewhat.  Rain is the most unpleasant for hiking, even with a plastic poncho that covers rug sack and all and make me look like Quasimodo. 



It was flat, grey and silent these days, People stay inside if they don’t need to go out. Walking in the drizzle, almost between the drops, it occurs to me that the…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on March 17, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments

The Walk in Germany: Berlin and Köthen

Early on Sunday morning, I walked in the snow to the other side of Berlin, this huge city, to say hello to Jeremy Sherr as he was giving a seminar for German doctors. In the evening a sister of a Dutch homeopath, Jacqueline Bergink who is one of the volunteers who carry on with Walks in the Netherlands hosted me.



She took me on a walk next day in the woods, which start opposite her house, and  she showed me where the Berlin Wall used to be. This part of town is still…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on March 10, 2013 at 4:00am — 3 Comments

Rounding off The walk in Belgium

On my path I meet homeopaths I know and new people, and if possible I try to catch up with some I haven’t seen for long. Gilbert Denys, creator of Homeoden in Gent is one of those. Sharing a good meal in a nice restaurant we exchanged the ‘latest news’, which meant going back many years.  As we talked, the beginning years of homeopathy in the 80s were recalled, when Gilbert started his production of homeopathic remedies, so far not available in Belgium. It was him who bought the…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on March 10, 2013 at 1:30am — No Comments

Feels Like Home

 

Oost Vlaanderen was the last leg of the Walk. West Vlaanderen was touching ancestral ground as I am born in Oostende, Brabant was admiring the beauty of the area I live in now, Oost Vlaanderen felt like home: the place where lots of my family and friends live.

Under the blue sky in a brisk winter morning four supporters started the Walk in Hemiksem, south of Antwerpen  with me in good spirits. We crossed the Schelde with the ferry. Taking a boat to cross a river is always…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on February 25, 2013 at 3:30am — 2 Comments

Preparations and Celebrations

 

Shaping a Walk for Homeopathy is a whole lot of work! (I’m just warning). Christel, my coordinator and me spent days on end creating trajectories, making all the appointments with participants and supporters, organizing the “Rounding-off Celebration Party” and a million other things. But here we are: the last part of the Walk in Belgium is fixed, all preparations for the celebration made, the Walk in Germany structured as well as the Walk in the UK in April.

In the three busy…

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Added by Anne Vervarcke on February 18, 2013 at 2:30am — No Comments

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