CCHM Journal

50 Reasons for Being a Homeopath continued....

Dr. James Compton Burnett lists his fifth reason for becoming a homeopath:

Wholism for the Homeopath!

One of our lecturers sent CCHM the following article to include in our weekly blog. Reading it had a profund effect on me....so I am delighted to share it with you. 

The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann

In reading Hahnemann's Lesser Writings, I was struck by his article on suicide which is reprinted below.

The Incharitableness towards Suicide

A Homeopathic Experience to Remember... and Repeat! by Stephanie Ficele

Just 2 weeks ago I had a Homeopathic experience to remember at the Joint Annual Homeopathic Conference in Alexandria, Virginia. The conference was just spectacular, with international speakers representing a variety of interesting topics in both an introductory and advanced lecture forum.

Miasm: Myth or Is There Something to It?

Homeopathy is what makes me come alive! I love everything about it – the philosophy of homeopathic medicine, its elegant simplicity as both a healthcare and lifestyle choice, and most of all I love the way homeopathy makes me think deeply and provocatively. Throughout my homeopathic education, I was fortunate and blessed to receive tutelage from many world-renowned scholars and practitioners of homeopathy.

How Does Homeopathy Work?

The late Roy Rustum PhD, was on the The Pennsylvania State University's faculty for sixty years and one of the leading material scientist’s in the U.S. He was one of the leading materials scientists in the U.S. He contributed thousands of articles to real science ranging from inventing the sol-gel process to glass ceramics to diamond films and nanocomposites to microwave and laser processing of materials.

Charcoal Isn't Just for the BBQ! © Karen DeNoble 2008

This week's blog was submitted by one of our alumni. Thanks Karen!

50 Reasons for Being a Homeopath by Dr. Compton Burnett...continued

This is excerpted from the Book: 50 Reasons for Being a Homeopath by Dr. J. Compton Burnett.

Would you like fries for that memory loss? © Karen DeNoble 2008

Thanks to Karen DeNoble a CCHM Alumni for this week;s blog!

 Stressed? Over worked and over tired?? Forgetting the simplest of things like; where you put your keys, or your postal code; or maybe you are stuck for an answer when someone asks; “..And your name is?” Uh huh.. me too. Funny little story here I’d like to share.

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