Conference: Dr Rajan Sankaran to explore 8 Box Method of homeopathy

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    [post_content] => Dr Rajan Sankaran, will be linking up live via Skype with the Society of Homeopaths annual conference this year to talk about the 8 Box Method of homeopathy.

Dr Sankaran who devised the method which focuses on pinpointing the 'most correct remedy', will give a presentation from Germany to the audience of practitioners and students before taking questions at the event.

"In homeopathic practice, we need consistency in results," he said. "Generally, the reason why there is failure in practice is because we ignore something in the case. We only want to select symptoms that are sure and clear, and most of the time, we only take the symptoms that fit into the remedy picture that we have in our mind."

In contrast, he said, the 8 Box Method directs the practitioner not to ignore any aspect of the case.

"This method presents a wider scope of vision, which allows one to look at all sides of the case. Wherever there are any sure symptoms and individualising characteristics, we must take them all into account, which will help make fewer mistakes. It allows for flexibility, as one methodology or another does not limit you."

Dr Sankaran is recognised as one of the leading thinkers and teachers of homeopathy worldwide and has been working to further the development and practice of homeopathy since the 1980s.,

He is honorary physician at Smt. Chandaben Mohanbhai Patel Homoeopathic Medical College in Mumbai and also leads ‘the other song, the International Academy of Advanced Homoeopathy, based in the city.

Made a fellow of the Society of Homeopaths in 2000, he said the Society's conference had special personal meaning for him.

"It was here in  1986 that I spoke at my maiden international appearance. I believe the Society has stood by its tradition by inviting speakers from different schools of homeopathy. The Society is a meeting point, a coming together of homeopaths across the globe in a congenial and amicable environment."

The Society of Homeopaths annual conference and AGM, which this year also marks the Society's 40th anniversary, runs from April 28-29 at the School of Pharmacy in London.

 

 

 
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Dr Rajan Sankaran, will be linking up live via Skype with the Society of Homeopaths annual conference this year to talk about the 8 Box Method of homeopathy.

Dr Sankaran who devised the method which focuses on pinpointing the ‘most correct remedy’, will give a presentation from Germany to the audience of practitioners and students before taking questions at the event.

“In homeopathic practice, we need consistency in results,” he said. “Generally, the reason why there is failure in practice is because we ignore something in the case. We only want to select symptoms that are sure and clear, and most of the time, we only take the symptoms that fit into the remedy picture that we have in our mind.”

In contrast, he said, the 8 Box Method directs the practitioner not to ignore any aspect of the case.

“This method presents a wider scope of vision, which allows one to look at all sides of the case. Wherever there are any sure symptoms and individualising characteristics, we must take them all into account, which will help make fewer mistakes. It allows for flexibility, as one methodology or another does not limit you.”

Dr Sankaran is recognised as one of the leading thinkers and teachers of homeopathy worldwide and has been working to further the development and practice of homeopathy since the 1980s.,

He is honorary physician at Smt. Chandaben Mohanbhai Patel Homoeopathic Medical College in Mumbai and also leads ‘the other song, the International Academy of Advanced Homoeopathy, based in the city.

Made a fellow of the Society of Homeopaths in 2000, he said the Society’s conference had special personal meaning for him.

“It was here in  1986 that I spoke at my maiden international appearance. I believe the Society has stood by its tradition by inviting speakers from different schools of homeopathy. The Society is a meeting point, a coming together of homeopaths across the globe in a congenial and amicable environment.”

The Society of Homeopaths annual conference and AGM, which this year also marks the Society’s 40th anniversary, runs from April 28-29 at the School of Pharmacy in London.

 

 

 

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