The Washington State
January 27, 2018
3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Doug Brown, FNP, CCH
The Forest for the
Trees: New Maps for Finding One’s
Way through the Plant Kingdom
How can we tell when a patient needs a
remedy from a plant? Is it simply a quality of softness or sensitivity,
or are there more reliable characteristics? What can we do when
repertorization leads to the usual polycrests, none of which quite fits
our patient’s experience?
This winter gathering will focus on two
exciting new ways of organizing families of plant remedies according to
different patterns of suffering. The first of these is Jan Scholten’s
Plant Theory; the second is a framework developed by the
botanist/homeopath Michal Yakir. Both of these maps give us new concepts
both for contextualizing our patients’ struggles within the broader
picture of evolution of the human psyche, and perhaps to the evolution
of consciousness itself. Illness is the expression of the ongoing
working out of this evolution. Perhaps if we can help our patient heal
with the right remedy, we are helping her participate in the deeper
evolution of soul and psyche.
an invitation for you to emerge from the quiet of the winter to reflect
on some aspect of homeopathy and to come together in fellowship.
We are ever-grateful for the community of practitioners that we are. We
will serve hors d'ouevres, wine and sparkling cider.
will meet at:
Aljoya Thornton Place
450 NE 100th St
Seattle, WA 98125
The event is
free to WAHA members,
but please: RSVP
- WAHA by
($50.00 for non-members,
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