In this week’s episode, we dive into…
James Compton Burnett’s contributions to homeopathy
The value of looking at a case and simply asking: What’s wrong?
Why a great place to start after you’ve done your mapping of a case is to say: “The remedy the client needs must do this…”.
“Kenting” and “doing a Burnett” in case analysis.
Universal law and why homeopathy has existed over two and a quarter centuries.
Homeopathy with an appropriate totality of characteristic symptoms and determining the remedy choice.
The roots of the spiritualization of homeopathic medicine.
The need for a basic understanding of anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology.
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