Creating Waves of Awareness
Perhaps others remember reading a story called "All Summer In A Day" by Ray Bradbury when they were young. Why it remains in the deep recesses of my mind from almost half a century ago could be the way I empathized for the main character, a small girl who was not allowed to see the sun on…Continue
Added by Debby Bruck on November 28, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Fear is an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. The fear is genetically encoded in the mammalian brain.Continue
From all the trajectories of the Walk for Homeopathy there are little video clips. Have a look, because pictures say more than words. Here's the one of the last track to Paris.…Continue
Memory is a complex mental process consisting of encoding or storage and retrieval of information and experience. Memory enables to remember the things. Memory is the persistence of learning over time through the storage and retrieval of information. For example; language, people, words and so on.
Memory is stored according to time, category,…Continue
Shyness or diffidence may be defined experientially as feeling of apprehension, lack of comfort, awkwardness, distress and/or inhibition in public situations that interferes with pursuing one's interpersonal or professional aims. It is a form of extreme self-focus, a preoccupation with one's thoughts, feelings and physical reactions. It is a dispositional tendency to experience feelings of anxiety and to exhibit…Continue
The weather forecast was simply disastrous when we set out for the last route of the Walk in Saint–Jean–aux-Bois on the hiking trail GR12. And indeed the pouring rain in the afternoon urged us to call the rescue teams. Christel and her husband Jan had their van parked nearby and Jo, the husband of Katlijn who walked with me, was stand by with their mobile home. The…Continue
Added by Anne Vervarcke on November 6, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
For 6 days we followed a beautiful hiking trail to Paris where we arrived the evening of the 14th. On the last day of the Walk, some 28 people gathered in the Metro station and we started our finale trajectory through Paris, via the house where Hahnemann had his successful last years of practice to his tomb on the famous graveyard Père Lachaise. The ceremony started with a speech and a handing over of the flag of the Walk for Homeopathy to our founding father. Delegates…Continue
Homeopathy Hope For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Recently a cousin of ours had to go through a surgery for what he called "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome."
The young man is an…Continue
In Latin superbia. Pride is otherwise known as vanity or narcissism. Pride is to love self and to be big-headed, to be arrogant, over-confident and blind to the concerns of others.
Amour-propre, delight, dignity, ego, ego…Continue
Added by Dr Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD(Hom) on November 1, 2013 at 1:00am — No Comments