From Rebecca D., Milton.
I have been a secondary school teacher for many years and the vast majority of my teaching experience involves students that are considered in-risk for various reasons. This involvement has been an aspect of my work all of my adult life. Prior to becoming a teacher I worked in community development creating programs for the marginalized population so they could find gainful employment and purpose in their lives. I have a passion for connecting the dots, so I spend time bringing people and community partners together to solve problems. This has been a thread that has consistently flowed from one job to the next. I have had the good fortune of being recognized for this talent and have been allowed to pursue this direction in education to help change some very fundamental structures.
Personally I have spent countless hours pursuing a parallel passion for self – inquiry, the breaking of personal patterns and increased health. I have always been a sensitive person feeling overwhelmed by the everyday environment and personal demands that I had either set or stumbled into because of the work I chose. This has led me to countless workshops in energy work and consciousness studies. Over the years I developed my intuitive abilities and have led group and individual sessions for healing and self-inquiry. But I feel that I am not supposed to stop there, that there is a need for a grounded, practical practice to anchor my intuition and education.
I chose Homeopathy as a course of study because it is closely related to the energy work I have pursued. In my quest for health and wellness I have sought out the services of numerous alternative health professionals. I have had the pleasure of working with very talented homeopathic professionals and when I was given the right remedy I saw remarkable results in my ability to let go of the issue that was bothering me. Homeopathy has worked for me on a number of occasions; I love the way the consultations are carried out. I believe studying homeopathy will be another adventure and help me develop even further as a person.
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