Tag Archive: Homeopathic methodology

Deborah Olenev CCH RSHom NA writes about homeopathic methodology in her practice.

Jul 16

How to Take Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathy Remedy Bottles

How to Take Homeopathic Remedies There are as many opinions on the subject of how to take homeopathic remedies as there are homeopaths. Understanding homeopathic posology is not easy, and it really takes years of practice to get a feeling for it. The goal of Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy, was to prescribe in …

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Mar 20

Spiritual Homeopathy

Spiritual Homeopathy Many of my clients have not seen me for a number of years, so I would like to let you know how I work these days.   First of all, I try to practice what I preach. I meditate every morning when I wake up to get myself centered, that means out of …

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Aug 17

The Method of No Method

Over the last few years I feel like I have come to a greater maturity in my practice. I have been studying and practicing homeopathy for 30 years, so I ought to have. I have learned the traditional homeopathic methods and have studied from the old masters. I have also studied and learned from the …

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Feb 04

Introduction to Homeopathy

A History of Homeopathy The founder of homeopathy, and the man who coined its name, is Samuel Hahnemann. He was a physician, chemist, linguist, translator and father of ten children who was born in Leipzig, Germany in 1755. The famous story is told of how he was translating a book called the Treatise on Materia …

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Feb 01

One or More Homeopathic Remedies for Life

One or More Homeopathic Remedies for Life Dear Friends, There are many different schools of thought as to whether there is only one remedy for a person throughout that person’s life, or whether people can benefit from different remedies at different stages of their lives. Here are my thoughts on that. Q. Is it true …

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