It has always been my wish that homeopathy be accepted
worldwide and that all living beings can benefit from its unique
healing properties. But homeopathy is constantly being attacked,
and homeopaths, especially in western countries often have difficulty
establishing and maintaining a practice.
I’m reminded of the story of Jonathan Livingston Seagull.
It’s about an unusual seagull who refuses to accept limitations
and strives to be his best. The other seagulls only bothered to
learn the simplest skills of flight, sufficient for fishing. That
wasn’t enough for Jonathan, who was in love with flying, and
with freedom. Others in his flock didn’t understand him, but
he still attempted to fly courageously. His motto was: “Don’t
Jonathan’s story encourages us to overcome barriers, keep
our dreams and follow our hearts. It’s also about seeking
a higher purpose in life and following that, in spite of difficulties.
Like Jonathan the seagull, homeopaths reject commonly held beliefs
and limits. They embrace a special idea, and do so against all opposition.
Let us fly like Jonathan, pursue our higher vision and not be compromised
by the misguided efforts of ignorant, close-minded or profit-oriented
For this issue of our monthly newsletter we’ve again organized
many interesting articles on different aspects of homeopathy. I
hope you enjoy them and that they help you gain a deeper understanding
of homeopathy to enlarge your horizons.
This month Homeopathy for Everyone begins a new feature
called "Ask the Plant Doctor". Every month, V.D. Kaviraj
will answer a selection of your questions about plant and/or crop
problems. V.D. Kaviraj is one of the foremost pioneers in Agrohomeopathy
and author of Homeopathy for Farm and Garden. Send your plant questions
to [email protected] with
the subject: "Plant Doctor".
My special thanks go to all the volunteers who helped in translation
and without whom the publication of many of these articles would
have been impossible.
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