Row 4 of the periodic table

  5 Oct 2018

  10.00-17.00hrs

Row 4 is a frequently indicated remedy group.  Patients requiring these remedies have issues to do with work, duty, security, perfectionism, guilt, rules and morality and it is therefore no surprise that we see many patients needing them. In the seminar we will study the themes of the Series and see cases from many of the stages in the Row. It is fascinating to see how the qualities of the different stages combine with the themes of the series to produce the unique expressions of the ...

Location

Resource For London
Holloway Road
London N7 6PA
UK

Row 4 of the periodic table

Resource For London, Holloway Road, London N7 6PA, UK

Row 4 is a frequently indicated remedy group.  Patients requiring these remedies have issues to do with work, duty, security, perfectionism, guilt, rules and morality and it is therefore no surprise that we see many patients needing them.

In the seminar we will study the themes of the Series and see cases from many of the stages in the Row. It is fascinating to see how the qualities of the different stages combine with the themes of the series to produce the unique expressions of the individual remedies.

Cases studied will include Kalium bromatum, Scandium, Ferrum muriaticum, Niccolum, Cuprum, Zincum, Germanium and Krypton.

There will be handouts and the cases will be on video, edited for clarity and brevity.

Jonathan studied Zoology at Oxford University and obtained an Honours degree in 1978. He then studied medicine at Southampton University and qualified in 1984. he became a member of the Faculty of Homeopathy in 1988 and has worked full time in Homeopathy since. Jonathan is a member of the Council of the Faculty of Homeopathy and was honoured to be elected a Fellow of the Faculty in 2010.

Booking

All applications should be received 3 weeks prior to the event in order to ensure a place.

We reserve the right to cancel any workshop if we do not have a minimum number of bookings.

We need to ensure that we have sufficient participants for events to be viable before we confirm them, usually 3 weeks before the date of the workshop. If you need to cancel because of exceptional circumstances, it may be possible to issue a voucher to be used for a future event: requests for vouchers must be made in writing.

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