From: It is Dangerous to Step IntoThe World – A Case of Oryctolagus (rabbit) by Andrea Szekely
A wonderfully presented case, showiing not only the vibrancy of the case taking but the intuitive way the remedy was discovered. Great information on a Lac I was not familiar with – thank you!
Rhoda Ui Chonaire
A very beautiful case, wonderfully presented. Thank you, Andrea!
From: How I became a homeopath by William Henry Holcombe
Alan told me I had to read this and he was right! I’m so glad I did; thanks Alan!
From: Eight Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child by Alan V. Schmukler
When I saw the title of this article, I couldn’t believe it! You couldn’t actually be promoting vaccines! Then I read your piece…. if someone can read these points and still want to vaccinate, then something is definitely wrong. Good job.
From: Tidbits 27–The High Blood Pressure Snow Job! By Elaine Lewis
Another great Tidbits column! You get right to the problem in plain language and tell people how to solve it. Kudos!
Alan V. Schmukler
From: Seizures Like Lightning by Tricia Feijo
Oh, Tricia, praise the Lord for sharing this information with us. And praises to Him who did not only gave us the raw materials, but also revealed them to Hahnemann.
Praises to Him for healing your husband!
From: A Case of Depression by Dr. Jean-Claude Leeuwerck
Some homeopaths would have made this case much more complicated and it is to the author’s credit that he kept it simple and solved it so elegantly. It is a sign of skillful practice.
From: A Case of Repeated Miscarriages Treated Homoeopathically by Dr. Tilottama Galande
Very nice case and very good explanation of rubrics. Thank you
From: Tips & Secrets by Alan V. Schmukler
Your selections of tips are great assets, particularly for busy practitioners. It saves time of practitioners and patients in writing a long history of symptoms running into several pages
From: On The Future of Medicine and Medicine of the Future by Ashok Rajguru.
Very good and attacking article. Now we have to stack those who malign homeopathy.
I don’t agree with the stand point taken here. We can argue that Homeopathy cannot be proven by RCT alone. But to argue that RCT is biased is entirely something else.
From: Interview with Rix Pyke
This was a wonderful interview with an extraordinary, very creative and dedicated homeopath. Her perspective on the mental health system is right on. The system itself is sick and its faults need to be exposed and corrected. I enjoyed this completely.
From: Constitutional Medicine – Constitution and Temperament –by David Little
This is like a liberal arts course in homeopathy. It gives perspective on the historical development of medical ideas and then connects all the dots and shows how ideas were derived/developed. It has a wonderful, easy to understand progression that brings the reader along in a logical manner. It seems that nothing is left out. Just as a question would form in my mind, it was answered. It’s just very well written, very accurate and very complete. Thank you!
From: Llamas – A Homoeopathic Challenge by David Chapman
This account of David Chapman and Lynne Milsom caring for Llamas in British Columbia warmed my heart. They truly found their “higher calling” in life. It is heartening to learn that in a world of great indifference and cruelty there are people who can open their hearts to helpless animals. That fact that they use a holisitc approach to healing is ever more extraordinary.
Thanks again. There are some wonderful articles in this issue of May. I really like it. Your interest in Homeopathy can be seen through this magazine. God bless you.
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