POALES and ZINGIBERALES - MONOCOTS OF COLOUMN FOUR OF THE HOMOEPATHIC TABLE OF FLOWERING PLANTS
The 'Homeopathic Flowering Plant Table by Michal Yakir' is a way of looking at our homeopathic flowering plant materia medica as an evolutionary process. Across the six columns of the Flowering Plants Table, we evolve the Ego. In each column we gain something and lose something.
Boundless giving represents impairment in the feminine principle, which is supposed to serve as a vessel, for the purpose of containing an sustaining life energy, allowing it to developup to its physical, set form. This flow of energy is related to giving and receiving, either in a limited way - or flowing un hindered - like a pipeline. Column 4 in the monocots is still very much under the dominance of the feminine aspect, displaying related 'vessel' pathology.
Varied short case examples show the practical application in daily practice and the differential diagnosis to the other columns of the plant table. The seminar language is English.
Medical course leader is Dr.med. Joachim Siebenwirth. Continuing education points for the homeopathy diploma of the DZVhÄ and UE points for the homeopathy continuing education for alternative
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