It would seem if we are to board an aircraft in the near future, we will require proof of vaccine. At present, I don’t see a way to avoid this and I myself being an avid visitor of other countries in my teaching career, am sad to see NO CHOICE in the matter.
I also am encountering difficulty in obtaining a sample of the Pfizer vaccine to make a remedy from, so if anyone has a vial, let me know and I will provide a mailing address.
It is vital in these difficult times to be the best practitioner we can. To this end, we have decided to emphasise the need to remain steadfast in our use of homoeopathy according to the rules and tenets of Hahnemann’s directions. Two centuries and millions of words written regard the cures and effects of homoeopathy upon sick people and animals provide a clear picture of the efficacy of the therapeutics.
The IHM also stands firm in its resolve to not mix therapies that give medicines not based on the law of cure, or that lack provings, or are not made in accord with Hahnemann’s methodology.
For members of the IHM register who teach or practice such therapies, we have decided to remove the individuals from the Register and no longer promote their practice. We cannot condone the integration of pseudo homoeopathic practices or allow false therapies to be taught as being OK alongside homoeopathy. Until an individual returns to the singular and proven practice of homoeopathy for curative aims, (a practitioner can utilise proven therapies outside of homoeopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic, nutrition, massage etc) but not therapies like Tissue salts, Flower remedies and other non proved or tested practices, that have no part in the discipline of homoeopathy, we cannot endorse that practitioner to the public.
The IHM continues to pursue the purchase of a hotel/guest house and are in negotiations.
We want to offer training in the use of the Therapeutic Pocket Book so a practitioner can utilise the exact process in case taking and evaluation as defined by Hahnemann for the benefit of patients. Seminars and short residencies will be offered to facilitate this.
More details later.