Discovering Homeopathy With Rudi Verspoor
You’ve probably heard me talk quite a bit in the past about the gentle benefits of homeopathy, but not much about its development by Samuel Hahnemann in the late 1700s.
Hahnemann’s approach was a 180-degree reaction to the “modern medicine” practiced more than 300 years ago in which the “cure” — treatments containing high doses of lead, arsenic and mercury — was often deadlier than the health problem!
Recently, I spoke to Rudi Verspoor, dean of the Hahnemann Center for Heilkunst and Homeopathy, about the philosophies surrounding this practice on my Living 4D podcast.
For example, the most effective approach to treating a condition may vary widely. Depending on the case, casuality, causation or symptomology or some of combination of all three may work best and it requires great attention to detail to get it right.
In my latest blog/vlog, Rudi describes his journey to homeopathy born out of his own health crisis (a classic case of the wounded healer), how he found answers by going back to Hahnemann’s original writings and how karma plays a huge role in the spread of disease.
If this brief excerpt from my Living 4D conversation with Rudi Verspoor sparks a deeper interest in exploring homeopathy, check out our entire conversation on YouTube or your favorite podcast platform like Apple Podcasts.
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