Dear Gabrielle, Ive read your profile and exclaimed a lot. Much of Homoeopathic activities and teachings.....to spread it among the public. Its so inspiring....! Im an Indian, a lecturer in a Homoeopathic medical College in Tamilnadu. From my heart i feel as like some great thing in your place..i dont know whether it is common thing there....
Gabrielle, did you do this all in single.....? Or you have a group.....? to do things like WHAO, WHAW, etc.....
And in the midst of all these thing how did you find time to see your practice and write a book?????
As im a young one, plz give some words....How to self develop as a Homoeopath...How to make these kind of mass awareness.....?
Gabrilelle, will you go to other countries for taking lectures.....?
I MA Dora Pachova - Chairperson of Association of Homeopathic Physiscians in Bulgaria - we are very active since 3 years in WHAW and enjoy very much participating in this movement
Thanks a lot!
Thanks for your vote of confidence. I have struggled with where to direct my energies and how best to develop a practice and what kind of practice, etc. It feels good to be connected. I guess that's why I do homeopathy. Thanks for inspiring me and giving me a little push to go out there and do it.
Thanks Gabrielle for your encouraging comments on my page. Your story too is inspiring and you are so active for our community. I think you tackle your life like you skydive.....with fearlessness and a smile:) Here's to mutual admiration!!
PS Didn't know you worked at the Hale clinic!
Nice to learn about you. I had taught a class in homeopathy at the California Acupuncture College, a precursor to the Pacific College in 1985. Have had some good results with auto immune diseases getting patients off of chemotherapy with acupuncture modalities then giving the constitutional remedy. Have had 6 movies produced on my practice, 5 of them to be on my website in about 2 weeks. You're invited visit www.breslowmed.com to see them in early May.
I agree with Trevor... what a brilliant career! ... and not zig-zag as so many of us are. Homeopathy from a young age and homeopathic medical school! (I only discovered homeopathy at age 40, and am just starting to build a homeopathic practice after many years as an electrical engineer) better late than never. Any advice to someone starting out?
You have time for dancing etc? What a brilliant career! With people like you we will make a difference to the world view of homeopathy and one day we will make the drug (pharmaceutical) companies bend their knees. Too much money involved to knock them flat - not too different to the tobacco companies.
With friends like you I feel quite uplifted. Thanks.
Gabrielle ~ Thank you for posting your photo. I'm sure many people would like to get to know you and your work in the homeopathic community. Looking forward to more details in your profile, including links to your work, and blogs about advocating for homeopathy. hugs, Debby