In this episode, we talk about:
The end of the academic year at AHE.
How Denise’s experience within a “real culture of homeopathy” in Minneapolis, MN from 2001 to 2006 informed her practice.
The changes Homeopaths began to see in the early 2000’s.
The correct way to pronounce Bach Flower Remedies.
Beyond pills and drops; embedded within homeopathy is the way to remove the obstacle to cure.
Al’s insights from a review of his practice one rainy Easter.
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