Stay tuned this week as I will be spreading the word on Homeopathy by sharing with you some cases (with permission of my clients!) and news from my clinic .
There is a reason to celebrate, it is World Homeopathy Awareness (WHAW) week!
The founder of Homeopathy Dr. Samuel Hahnemann was born on the 10th of April 1755 in Meissen, Germany.
Now 262 years later; Homeopaths and their clients all over the world commemorate his birthday and sing the marvels of Homeopathy during this annual focus week in appreciation of the legacy he has left us.
It is all about honouring the therapy that has survived so much criticism, is still standing strong today after a turbulent history and which popularity and use is continuing to grow world wide, just because so many people report on their positive experiences with it.
It is about celebrating our freedom of choice in health care, successes in practice and improved health in clients. It is about celebrating health achieved by the least harmful way possible; with gentle acting and non toxic remedies as that was Hahnemann’s first priority. When he became a medical doctor he promised to “first do no harm” and he stuck to that promise. He had to device his own way to honour this oath, but he did it and that’s why we are here.
We take his opportunity to thank our clients for sharing their stories with us and letting us be aid and witness to their healing.
If you get a chance I hope you will go and see the documentary “Just one drop” that has premiered in London to coincide with WHAW and will be screening in NZ soon; All about Homeopathy, its marvels and its history and the adversity it has overcome.
Here is to Homeopathy, Homeopaths and Supporters all over the world!
Here is to Dr Samuel Hahnemann!