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  • A case of acute grief where the obvious remedy appeared to be Ignatia, but a further prescription was required.

  • A homeopath, to be able to perceive this totality of symptoms, has to be patient, gentle, tolerant and forbearing and this is where art comes in. He must observe and perceive mo particularly the read more...

  • have now been in Tanzania, Africa for two years, and have treated over 1000 AIDS sufferers. We use classical homeopathy with excellent results. However the cases, and consequently our way of read more...

  • This paper relates the practice of using colour preferences of patients to S213 of the Organon as a valid extension of Hahnemann's ideas on disposition. There is a discussion of the usefulness of read more...

  • How do we keep alert to What life is requiring of us? There are many guides to change and the one that I am featuring in this article is the use of dreams.

  • Ursula Starks-Bvouning, BA. POCH, RSH oran, sredied homeopathy at the Pirton House School inf Homeoparhy and at the Dynamis School. She is a regular volunteer with the Travelling Homeopaths read more...

  • Recent research suggests that pregnant 9/11 survivors who developed post-traumatic stress disorder passed its symptoms to their unborn children. If baseline stress levels are developed in the read more...

  • Reprinted from Tutorials in Homoeopathy by Donald Foubister with he kind permission of the Beaconsfield Publishers. The book is reviewed in this issue of the Journal.

  • No science is static, each science is dynamic and evolves through observation and experimentation. Hahnemann's Organon has always been the foundation of homeopathy and it will continue to remain read more...

  • The paradox about insomnia is that the "remedy" is to wake up to the realities of an inner life. This calls upon homeopaths to Work towards that understanding as Well as prescribing remedies, if read more...

  • About the Author: Kaaren Whitney began her study of Homeopathy in 1970 with Thomas Maughan and practices in suffolk. She has taught in Ireland, France, USA and England.

  • Here is a description of reptilian behaviour in nature, followed by its Corelation with human expressions, Knowing reptilian character in patients is coupled with an extensive study of our read more...