Thank you so much! I just returned from Hawaii and can’t wait to get started. I asked Kim Elia to lecture for the organization that I am president of, (The International and American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists). He knocked it out of the park! Totally Awesome! Several of my Canadian pharmacist... Read More
This is my testimony about the live classes at CCHM. Date: 8-15-19 My first experience with homeopathy was the immediate eradication of mastitis. Then I took our 5 kids. I felt called to homeopathy to share healing that I had experienced and tell my fellow man, woman and child about... Read More
After the abrupt closure of the prospective program in homeopathic studies that was to be offered at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario, I wanted to spread some light for this school, that has done the same for me each and everyday. Though that program was pulled, and without real reason... Read More
Thank you for this most exceptional experience (as I wipe my tears..). I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am for this privilege to study with such exceptional teachers, students and administration. What a gift and a blessing. As Voltaire said “with great privilege comes great responsibility”. I... Read More
I am a distance student from Texas. I really enjoyed Lisa’s presentation on “Womens Issues.” She always does a stellar job of presentation of material. I also enjoy her approach on teaching on the tapes within my lessons. She makes it very easy to understand and see the remedies true... Read More
Hi Kim, Just want to thank you for a very informative, challenging yet interesting weekend. I couldn't communicate in the last half of today's lecture due to some mic issues but didn't miss a word you said. Thank you very much again for sharing a treasure of knowledge with us. you... Read More
I am taking the opportunity to thank Andrea for thoroughly reviewing with me the best practice for selecting “key symptoms” and how to repertorize them accordingly. Analysis - paralysis can sometimes be a tendency when a student, particularly a student with a very detail-oriented and analytical mind. Also, I very much... Read More
From Nigel M., Uxbridge, Ontario
Going back down memory lane can have its ups and downs. Our past is what makes us stronger. Allows oneself to prepare for future events to come and ease us into the present. We learn how to cope with new stressors and when to move on to the next chapter of life.
10 Years ago, my young self still had to discover who I was and where I wanted to be in life. Bringing back memories from 2007-2008 has brought the attention that I am still so young. The last few weeks/months I have been feeling that little stress chip on my shoulder talking about what are you doing with your life. Now just realizing there is no need to worry because I have accomplished some things and there is so much more to come.
Back to a 2007-2008 era we had Prime minister Stephen Harper re-elected and the Beijing Olympics. Myself, I was enjoying life in grade 8 still discovering who I am and who my friends really are. I lived in Alberta with my father. In the Fall I would be playing football for the St. Albert Minor Football Association, other wise known as ( SAMFA ). This would have been my 3rd year with the organization, and I was moving up to the big boys, Bantam league. I was a big kid to begin with but I never saw myself as a bigger or stronger individual. Kept everyone equal. We are all the same being. If anything I was a protector against bullies in school.
I have to say that football has been a big part of my life. Learning discipline and to co-operate with individuals who you would have never thought of getting along with. Pushing yourself until you think your heart and lungs will explode or that you run until you can’t feel your legs. Every year this made me stronger and into a better individual. I got used to pushing myself, along with my fellow team-mates to the max, as far as we could go and then some.
School became more challenging, I had jobs while in school, and I worked in the construction arena for a period of time after graduating. Working 8-12 hour days then going to football practice or off season training. Learning what hard work is and what it does to your body. After going through a 2 year cycle of working hard labor then beating my body up in football I had to get out.
The Universe gave me my answer, and now I know where I’m going. I’m starting my training to become a professional Homeopath – it fits nicely with the holistic lifestyle I have adopted, living in the country and even growing my own food.