Last chance to book for Christian Taylor

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ChristianTaylor 1Last chance to book for 'Strange, Rare and Peculiar' taking place in Brighton on Saturday 26th November.

To avoid disappointment, book by this Friday 28th October.

 

How often have you been intrigued by a peculiar rubric in the repertory?

In this workshop, we will examine how often-overlooked or bizarre rubrics can give deeper insight into our remedies and see how this technique can also be applied to our patients’ symptoms, helping with remedy selection. Physiology and psychology are united at the fundamental level. Thus, all symptoms no matter how diverse are expressions of this basic pattern. For example, ‘Singing, involuntarily, on hearing a single note sung’ is echoed by ‘Metrorrhagia from slightest motion’. As well as Crocus sativa, we will also explore Berberis, Mancinella and Podophyllum, amongst others.

Christian Taylor has been practising for over 20 years and is currently working at Dolphin House Clinic in Brighton which has, as well as private practice, a busy children’s clinic charity. He is also a lecturer and supervisor at the South Downs College of Homeopathy in Chichester.

To book click here

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ChristianTaylor 1Last chance to book for ‘Strange, Rare and Peculiar’ taking place in Brighton on Saturday 26th November.

To avoid disappointment, book by this Friday 28th October.

 

How often have you been intrigued by a peculiar rubric in the repertory?

In this workshop, we will examine how often-overlooked or bizarre rubrics can give deeper insight into our remedies and see how this technique can also be applied to our patients’ symptoms, helping with remedy selection. Physiology and psychology are united at the fundamental level. Thus, all symptoms no matter how diverse are expressions of this basic pattern. For example, ‘Singing, involuntarily, on hearing a single note sung’ is echoed by ‘Metrorrhagia from slightest motion’. As well as Crocus sativa, we will also explore Berberis, Mancinella and Podophyllum, amongst others.

Christian Taylor has been practising for over 20 years and is currently working at Dolphin House Clinic in Brighton which has, as well as private practice, a busy children’s clinic charity. He is also a lecturer and supervisor at the South Downs College of Homeopathy in Chichester.

To book click here

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