I have decided to open these pages for those out there interested in homeopathy and wanting to explore ideas. Some new some old and revisited. Some of the postings will be remedy pictures, some homeopathic approaches and some will be comment on the world that homeopathy encourages.

I have used the word “sustainable” in the strap line because homeopathy is sustainable. It can be delivered to every human and to other species. It has very little cost burden, both in a commercial sense but also in a carbon footprint sense.

It is also an evolving medicine and every homeopath and every client contributes to that.

First and foremost it is an energy medicine.

Much of this you don’t need to know to sort out your coughs and colds, your bruises or your PMT and many will use homeopathy without a second thought. However the potential is infinite.

2 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Hi I am glad to hear you say that homeopathy is first and foremost an energy medicine. I was taught (in Ireland) not to mention the word ‘energy’ when telling people about homeopathy. I found this quite bizarre as it makes absolutely no sense if not as an energetic medicine. I think that homeopathy’s reluctance to say quite clearly that it is an energy medicine is one of its main stumbling blocks in aggravating the skeptics and confusing the public. I remember one day in college my mind fully absorbing this fact (I was in third year by this stage!) and it was like a universe of possibilities opened up to me. Energy does not need to be confined to pills or potions. It is always dynamic, always interconnected with everything else. Mind-blowing really. Since then I have been exploring many non-classical ways of working and finding that there are many others who are doing the same. At the same time I have huge respect for the power of a single remedy when appropriate. Hahnemann never stopped experimenting, so why should we? It is all done in his spirit of curiosity and wanting to help people to heal.

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