Row 5 of the Periodic Table – The Silver Series

  3 May 2019

  10.00-17.00

Rows 4, 5 and 6 of the Periodic Table are linked with what we do in the world: what we contribute – our “function”.  The Silver Series is concerned with how we express ourselves creatively. These patients are artists in the widest sense: interested in exploring and communicating new ideas. Their lives are to do with performance and show – they can seek or avoid attention. They can be not only painters, writers and musicians but healers, priests, sportspeople and communicators of all kinds.

Location

Resource For London
356 Holloway Road
London N7 6PA
UK

Row 5 of the Periodic Table – The Silver Series

Resource For London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA, UK

Rows 4, 5 and 6 of the Periodic Table are linked with what we do in the world: what we contribute – our “function”.

The Silver Series is concerned with how we express ourselves creatively. These patients are artists in the widest sense: interested in exploring and communicating new ideas. Their lives are to do with performance and show – they can seek or avoid attention. They can be not only painters, writers and musicians but healers, priests, sportspeople and communicators of all kinds.

During Jonathan’s workshop you will learn about the themes of the group through case studies including cases of Strontium, Niobium, Technetium, Ruthenium, Palladium, Argentum nitricum, Cadmium, Stannum, Antimonium crudum and Tellurium. All of these remedy pictures reflect the themes of the series, expressed variously according to the stage in the row. The cases will be mostly on video, edited for brevity and clarity.

Dr Jonathan Hardy began his career with conventional medical training at Southampton University in 1984. After working in a hospital he began his homeopathy training and in 1986 started working in full time time practice as a homeopathic doctor. Jonathan is a Fellow of the Faculty of Homeopathy and regularly delivers seminars around the world. Jonathan is a regular presenter at Society events and this workshop follows a popular series on the Periodic Table.

Booking

All bookings 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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