from the comfort of your chair - 5 Livestream Seminar Meetings - Classical Homeopathy meets universal, evolutionary Approchach! With these 5 meetings Michal starts a new seminar cykle of the the homeopathic table of flowering plants. The evolutionary stages of plants development correlate with the stages of human development and relate to the challenges and obstacles during the development of human consciousness from birth to old age, from a more primary stage of union and unity to an advanced stage of individuality. These 5 meetings of the the seminar series include an INTRODUCTION TO THE FLOWERING PLANTS TABLE and the MAGNOLIIDAE and ALISMATIDAE Column 1 of the homeopathic flowering Plants Table.
THEMES OF THE MAGNOLIIDAE AND ALISMATIDAE - COLUMN ONE
The first column is an initial state, archaic, open, and still unstructured. The Ego has not yet separated from the whole (the self) and is more a potential than actual, not here yet, not fully incarnated. This is a 'timeless' column: experiencing time is vague. The body is not yet fully saturated with consciousness, so there is a tendency to daydream, leave the body, floating sensation, desensitisation and paralysis. The first column sets the basis for the ego structure: desires, emotions and mind in its most elementary form.
A variety of short case studies show the practical application in daily practice and the differential diagnosis to the other columns.
We look forward to seeing you!
The medical course leader is Dr. Joachim Siebenwirth. 20 DZVhÄ Germnany continuing education points for the homeopathy diploma. Naturopaths can claim 20 UE points.
SEMINARFEE for 5 meetings à 3 hours is 290.- ; for Students € 190.-
Seminarlanguage is English, we offer simultaneous translation to other languages as well
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