Nearly a year ago, we started a dialogue, ‘Homeopathy: Exploring
The Boundaries‘ through this journal. The purpose was to create
a better understanding of all the new concepts and to discuss their
role within the scope of homeopathic principles. During the past
twelve months, we have been fortunate enough to receive excellent
contributions from the likes of George Vithoulkas, Grant Bentley,
Ulrich Welte, Rajan Sankaran, Jeremy Sherr, Jan Scholten, Peter
Chappell, Rudi Verspoor, Dietmar Payrhuber, Alize Timmerman, Peter
Gregory, Miranda Castro, Urvi Chauhan, David Little, Luc De Schepper,
Isaac Golden, John Harvey and many other stalwarts of homeopathy.
Through their contributions, we have been able to present to you
various facets of homeopathy, new developments, controversial practices
and a need for greater harmony.
Your feedback letters tell us that you have enjoyed every bit of
this information and exchange. The year was very demanding and yet
very exciting for the editorial team too. We have also enjoyed putting
up these wonderful issues for the community every month. The rapid
growth of this journal is another source of joy. In the last 12
months, we have added nearly 11,000 subscribers and today with a
subscriber base of 26,000+, Homeopathy 4 Everyone is not
just the most popular homeopathy journal, it is also one of the
most widely read medical publications. We would like to thank all
of you for making this possible.
In the coming months, we will continue to explore many other philosophical
and practical dimensions of homeopathy. There is much more to learn
and share. We hope that these efforts will prove useful in our collective
growth and the sharing will strengthen the community as a whole.
From the readers also, we expect greater exchange and feedback.
The writers write for you and if you do not take the articles to
the next level by providing feedback and discussing the ideas presented,
the articles do not fulfill their true potential. So make sure that
whenever you read an article, drop a letter to the editor with your
own comments, ideas and feedback.
This month also, we again bring to you a wide assortment of useful
information. Once again we have George Vithoulkas in our Hot-seat,
sharing his wisdom and concerns with the community. Rudi Verspoor
continues his thought provoking series of articles and explores
the direction of cure this month. Read the exciting new series on
homeopathic research by Cyril Smith. Jeremy Sherr replies to some
feedback letters, Samir Chaukkar discusses Codependeny, Filip Degroote
presents an energetic examination of homeopathy, Mati Fuller and
Elaine Lewis discuss Arsenicum and there is much more in this issue.
As a special bonus, we have in this issue an audio lecture by Edward
Whitmont on ‘The Role of Mind in Health, Disease, and the Practice
Enjoy the special issue and do write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yours in Homeopathy,
— Chief Editor —
Homeopathy 4 Everyone