Conference: a fresh approach to miasms with Myriam Shivadikar

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Myriam, who lectures on homeopathy at colleges in the UK and internationally and has practised for more than 30 years, will draw on her own experience of using the Chinese 5 Element Principle as a tool for understanding patients, remedies and treatment strategies.

"I taught Chinese medicine and was an acupuncturist before retraining in classical homeopathy and that has been a framework for my thinking as a homeopath," she said. "I look at the five major miasms through the prism of the Chinese five elements and it has enhanced my understanding of homeopathy."

Patients today have many layers and their constitutions are no longer clear, meaning it can be difficult to pin down a miasm in a patient using homeopathy alone, she added.

"Using the 5 Element Principle gives clarity and grounds homeopathy through its focus on the organs," she added.

Myriam  is also running a workshop on the Saturday of the conference.

Events like the annual conference are essential in enabling people to come together in a profession that can feel isolating, she said.

"I feel conferences are invaluable in helping homeopaths feel part of a community and this is vital when you are practising alone for most of the time. There's also a lot of information being shared and even though the time is limited, you can meet people or hear a talk that puts you on a different track, sparks an interest or inspires you in some way."

The Society of Homeopaths annual conference, April 28-29, is at the School of Pharmacy in London. Click here for details and how to book.

 
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A different perspective on miasms, exploring how homeopaths can draw on approaches from traditional Chinese medicine to enhance their practice, will be the focus of a presentation by Myriam Shivadikar at the Society of Homeopaths annual conference this Sunday (April 29).

Myriam, who lectures on homeopathy at colleges in the UK and internationally and has practised for more than 30 years, will draw on her own experience of using the Chinese 5 Element Principle as a tool for understanding patients, remedies and treatment strategies.

“I taught Chinese medicine and was an acupuncturist before retraining in classical homeopathy and that has been a framework for my thinking as a homeopath,” she said. “I look at the five major miasms through the prism of the Chinese five elements and it has enhanced my understanding of homeopathy.”

Patients today have many layers and their constitutions are no longer clear, meaning it can be difficult to pin down a miasm in a patient using homeopathy alone, she added.

“Using the 5 Element Principle gives clarity and grounds homeopathy through its focus on the organs,” she added.

Myriam  is also running a workshop on the Saturday of the conference.

Events like the annual conference are essential in enabling people to come together in a profession that can feel isolating, she said.

“I feel conferences are invaluable in helping homeopaths feel part of a community and this is vital when you are practising alone for most of the time. There’s also a lot of information being shared and even though the time is limited, you can meet people or hear a talk that puts you on a different track, sparks an interest or inspires you in some way.”

The Society of Homeopaths annual conference, April 28-29, is at the School of Pharmacy in London. Click here for details and how to book.

 

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