Feedback and a Little Jest!

Feedback and a Little Jest!

Dear Readers,

Last month, we sent you the April recap issue with the following lines: “If you don’t send us your feedback at [email protected], we won’t send you the next issue of this journal!”.

Well! Some of you did take the jest seriously and we received lot of feedback about the April issue and the journal in general. You will continue to receive your copy of Homeopathy for Everyone even if you don’t send us your feedback. Don’t worry!

But seriously, we do need your feedback. Unless and until you write to us, we will never get to know whether our efforts for a particular issue were good enough, what you liked and what you did not like, what we should include in our future issues etc. The authors who write articles for you every month, also need feedback about their work. Your encouragement and constructive criticism is essential for our growth. Hpathy.com and this ezine is a community effort. Don’t just be passive readers. Participate in its development – share your articles, cases, views, suggestions and feedback to make this journal more open, more dynamic and more interactive. So if you are reading this editorial, do remember to send us feedback every month. The couple of minutes that you spend writing to us will keep us motivated and will help us bring out better issues each month.

This month again we bring you a refreshing array of articles. We begin with Mati Fuller, who is our Homeopath in the Hot-Seat for this month. Read the interesting interview where she discusses the use of numerology to find the right remedy. This time around we have included two cases which are narrations by the patients and not by homeopaths. This will give an interesting insight into the patient’s side of the therapy. Edward De Beukelaer shares with us two very interesting veterinary cases of Lac humanum!! David Little continues with the part two of Hahnemann’s Advanced Methods. There are many more interesting articles. Read them all!

Do send me your feedback about this issue at [email protected]. Your comments and suggestions about this journal and various articles published in each issue are very important to us. So don’t forget to write to us. We await your letters eagerly.

Yours sincerely,

Dr. Manish Bhatia

— Chief Editor —
Homeopathy for Everyone

About the author

Dr. Manish Bhatia

- BCA, M.Sc Homeopathy (UK), CICH (Greece), MD (Hom)
- Associate Professor, Organon & Homeopathic Philosophy, SKH Medical College, Jaipur
- Founder Director of Hpathy.com
- Editor, Homeopathy for Everyone
- Co-author - Homeopathy and Mental Health Care: Integrative Practice, Principles and Research
- Author - Lectures on Organon of Medicine vol 1, 2, 3. CCH Approved. (English, German, Bulgarian)
- Awardee - Raja Pajwan Dev Award for Excellence in the Field of Medicine; APJ Abdul Kalam Award for Excellence in Homeopathy Education
- Visit Dr. Bhatia's website

1 Comment

  • Several years back I was successfully treated by a very fine homeopath, who was also an allopathic doctor. In addition to his knowledge and use of the classical methods he incorporated energy testing to further narrow down the etiology as well as remedy. It resulted in a speedy and complete cure of a chronic ailment.

    Despite the welcome to many approaches and concepts, there has been a closed minded ness among classical homeopaths to be willing to accept a role of energy testing of remedies.
    Could someone please comment on this.

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