Thanks a lot for the warm welcome
My interest dates back from the childhood days, being brought up in family... where Homoeopathy has always been the first line of treatment. So it was pretty natural for me to have that affinity towards the science.
Hmm. That seems to be just about the radionics machine. I doubt the forum members would be amused by questions on MacRep or Radar, or how one takes a case using skype. Can I start a forum? I don't see anything in the category list that addresses technology in classical homeopathy.
Hi Deb, I think it is in one of the reports I received from Brazil and Lucy mentions it in her thesis also. If you like I shall send you a copy of Lucy's thesis, after I get her permission. I don't remember exactly in which report from Brazil I read it - I got over 60 of them. I'll have a look in Lucy's to see where she references it.
Newbie here. Is there a place on HWC to discuss technology and how we use it in our practices? Digital repertories (online and PC/Mac software), Skype, Livescribe pens, audio recorders, video recorders, voice recognition software, etc.....
Debby, in plant research it was noted that remedies prepared 3 months before using them, have better effects than freshly prepared dilutions. It is significant to note in this context that Hahnemann's remedies when found in 1922, were by then from 120 to 80 years old approximately and worked better than freshly prepared remedies of that time. Although today we have a use-by date on all remedies produced of maximum 5 years, this serves only the pharmaceutical firms that make those remedies and has absolutely no meaning for the preservation of our remedies. Some companies, like Nelsons in London, even have an expiry date of only 2 years after the date of manufacture.
Thanks for the warm welcome, Debby. I met Miranda at the Seattle conference last year. We're both techies and enjoyed discussing the potential for homeopathy in the new technologies that are being developed. I am enjoying exploring this community.
Debby Bruck may u live long i pray for u that u give us a chance for all Homeopathic Doctor,s to meet on online and gives knowlege to one an other and its true that unity is the best policy. wish u good luck and take care
yes sure we had great teachers but the problem is that everyone has his own way so you end up confused which way to follow.for me i was finally seriously introduced to Sankaran's method which i like vey much!!!!
hi Debby ,i'm really impressed by the warm welcoming of many members!!!!!!! .i'm sure this will be a good learning experience for me.
As for Robbin Murphy , we had him several times in Egypt he's really amazing .His practice is though different from Dr Sankaran but he's so knowledgeable and still very humble. we had also Jan sholten incredible personality !!!so modeste .homeopathy in egypt in my opinion of course is still at the amator level ( emotional level in sensation language ) but it's spreading .still not officially recognized hope in the near future!!