of you responded to my previous newsletter on “Classical Homeopathy” and it does my heart good to see so many people seeing such tremendous results from this very special healing modality. I love Classical Homeopathy, as many of you know, and much of my energy is devoted to continued study.
But remember that if you don’t follow through with regular follow-up appointments, the initial homeopathic prescription will not do you much good. Homeopathy isn’t like Western drugs, where you take it and then you are done.
With Classical Homeopathy we have to change the potency or remedy on a regular basis. Or often times, we will keep the same remedy and potency for quite a while. But you can’t decide this on your own! Most times, my prescription is only meant for about four to six weeks and unless you check in for a brief consultation, you’ll have no way of knowing what to do next.
The follow-up may take anywhere from five to twenty minutes, depending on what has taken place. I may only need to hear a few things to know what you need to take next, or I may need to hear a lot more information at times. If I need more time with you, I’ll either call you later in the evening to ask more questions or often I’ll do some research on my own, called repertorization, and then get back to you within a few days.
Please stick with it, and you will be utterly amazed with the results! It’s an incredibly powerful transformer.
Did You Know…
The Norwegian Parliament unanimously voted to instruct the government to incorporate homeopathy and accupuncture into the official health care system of the country!
According to the United Nations World Health Organization, more than 70% of the world’s population relies on non-traditional systems of healing.
The present Boston University School of Medicine was originally founded as a Homeopathic Medical College. In the early 1900’s homeopathy was practiced by approximately one-quarter of all medical doctors! But with the discovery of antibiotics, most doctors stopped using homeopathy and the schools slowly stopped teaching it as well.