Stages of Development of the Plant Kingdom and
Plant Systematic in Homeopathy
13.-14. October 2018
Stages of Development - the role and function
of the rows in the differential diagnosis
in this seminar, Dr. Michal Yakir PhD RCHom illuminate the development of the rows in the homeopathic plant table and continue to examine in an in-depth analysis the relationship of the rows and columns to each other.
It will deal extensively with the case analysis, differential diagnosis and case resolution, and the seminar will include small workshop groups.
All colleagues are cordially invited to present cases. Please let us know in a timely manner if you would like to present a case and prepare your case as a Word document or Power Point, thank you!
The philosophical and spiritual background of the homeopathic plant table is a great help to understand our patients at the deepest level. Through this extended perspective, we recognize the correlations in the case analysis, they can differentiate and implement this knowledge in daily practice in solving our cases.
Working as a homeopath over 30 years and as a botanist and models ecologist in her past, Dr. Michal Yakir PhD RCHom was intrigued by the homeopathic implications of the dynamic order found in nature, particularly in the plant kingdom. Therefore she developed ‘The Homeopathic Plants Table – stages of development of the plant kingdom and plant systematic in Homeopathy’ which is continuously updated by her and a milestone in homeopathy. Her practical tool is successful used by Homeopaths worldwide.
Yakir’s Plant Table and Developmental Stages in Homeopathy refers to the challenges and obstacles met during the developmental journey of the Ego from birth to old age, from a primal stage of union and oneness, to an advanced stage of individuality, while learning and absorbing the lessons of the feminine and the masculine elements.
The Homeopathic Plant Table is a very practical tool as it explains the traits of groups of plants, of so called small remedies and of new proving’s and thus shows us new multifaceted nature of our Materia Medica.
We look forward to meet you!