I.H.M. INTERNATIONAL at BOYNE HOUSE,
12 St. Aubyns Road
EASTBOURNE. East Sussex BN22 7AS
telephone 07367 527072
Clinics and teaching faculties in U.K., U.S.A., Japan, Spain, Estonia, Portugal, Mexico, Israel and Syria.
On January 15-16. Duration: 2 days.
9:30-5:30pm. For advanced students and practitioners.
Strange rare and peculiar, according to Hahnemann.
There is in general a lot of confusion as to WHAT is prescribing symptom according to aphorism 153.
§ 153 Sixth Edition
In this search for a homoeopathic specific remedy, that is to say, in this comparison of the collective symptoms of the natural disease with the list of symptoms of known medicines, in order to find among these an artificial morbific agent corresponding by similarity to the disease to be cured, the more striking, singular, uncommon and peculiar (characteristic) signs and symptoms of the case of disease are chiefly and most solely to be kept in view; for it is more particularly these that very similar ones in the list of symptoms of the selected medicine must correspond to, in order to constitute it the most suitable for effecting the cure. The more general and undefined symptoms: loss of appetite, headache, debility, restless sleep, discomfort, and so forth, demand but little attention when of that vague and indefinite character, if they cannot be more accurately described, as symptoms of such a general nature are observed in almost every disease and from almost every drug.
It is our experience that prescribing only on the essential and accurate symptoms of the patient, (as instructed by Hahnemann) using only 3 or 4 rubrics of the Therapeutic pocket book, that represent the nature of the disease AND a similar remedy, has increased practitioner success in the clinic to about 80% on the first prescription. We will use cases to demonstrate how Hahnemanns method is still valid and accurate in the 21st century, and does not require any modern methods of interpretation as is prevalent today.
The lecturer for this seminar will be Gary Weaver. An international lecturer for over 30 years, Specialising in homoeopathy after completing his medical training in 1982 and holding membership of prestigious colleges and organisations in India, Australia and Europe, He founded 5 teaching institutes in the UK, Finland and Ireland. Together with Vladimir Polony, they reorganised and corrected the Therapeutic Pocket Book by Boenninghausen into modern English turning it into a useful repertory and making it available as the SYNOPSIS computer program. Each member of the IHM register has been trained in the use of the repertory and utilises it as the mainstay of their reference material in the clinic.
Maximum attendees is 10. This for comfort and personal attention for the attendees.
The price for two days is inclusive of tea, coffee, juice and snacks provided for the breaks and as required during the teaching. Also a light lunch can be provided on both days if required. (The area is well served with cafes and restaurants if you prefer).
Cost is £185. Payable by cash, PAYPAL or credit card. Call or email the centre.
We have 6 bedrooms so for anyone needing overnight accomodation at practitioner prices, let us know and we will endeavour to facilitate.