One day, the medical community will look back on the suppressing of symptoms with toxic drugs as primitive. The chemical model of medicine will be replaced by subtle energy healing that works with the body. The tools will be things like homeopathy, frequencies of light and sound and electric and magnetic fields. This new paradigm is coming….but it’s not here yet. At their annual conference in May, the Junior Doctors of the British Medical Association voted to ban the teaching of homeopathy to trainee doctors. They did this without having read any of our major texts, case histories, or numerous studies. Their deputy chairman went on to call homeopathy “witchcraft”. These young doctors really mean well, but they are caught in the cultural myth that homeopathy can’t possibly work. It’s a kind of spell, and it has so bewitched them, they cannot see what is in front of them. We must be very creative and find ways to overcome this myth. I am asking you, our readers, for suggestions. We need novel and imaginative ideas for how the effects of homeopathy can be demonstrated simply and convincingly.
In this Issue
This month we have a presentation from the Montreal Institute of Classical Homeopathy. http://www.homeopathymontreal.com/
MICH has a unique program which combines classical homeopathy with the latest developments in the field. They use an apprentice style format (which I’ve always favored) and they emphasize working in groups. Role playing at case taking starts immediately and both live and videotaped cases are used. For graduates, MICH offers internships in Central and South America as well as Africa. Among the MICH presentations are cases of Cactus, Niccolum, Clam, and Moschus and articles on the MICH method, Autism, the Immune System, as well as a hot seat interview with Judyann McNamarra, founder of MICH.
Also this month, Cindee Gardner who has treated many cases of Hepatitis C, discusses her protocol. Cyril Smith explores the physics of homeopathy in a letter to the critics, Robert Medhurst discusses Isopathy and Mati Fuller comes up with a remedy for an OCD patient, based on a short film clip.
Please be sure to take Elaine’s marvelous quiz, a wonderful learning tool. And check out the new crossword puzzle, Tips and Secrets, the latest cartoon and of course our own Plant Doctor (send your plant questions!).
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