The Impact of Collective Cultural Inheritance on Health

'What you don’t know can hurt you - but it can also lead to self-acceptance and healing' John Bradshaw Recently, I have been starting to consider the impact of the collective cultural inheritance on the health of the individual. This could be compounded by the inherited ancestral dynamic operating in any one family system at any one time. Working in a city like London, it occurred to me only this week that within that very short space of time, I had been consulted by three different Indian patients - one a Hindu, one a Muslim, and one a Sikh. Through their own individual stories, I could perceive how much their different cultural backgrounds dictated their individual health status. This re

CoreBrain Journal podcast

I was very happy to be invited to conduct a podcast with Dr. Charles Parker of CoreBrain Journal. It was issued in America but goes out to many countries worldwide. This was to offer insights into the treatment of trauma based on the concepts laid out in my recently released book on the subject - 'Touching Base with Trauma: Reaching Across the Generations - a Three-Dimensional Homeopathic Perspective'. Dr. Parker set out to explore the homeopathic approach in this context and expressed how he could relate to it very closely as a psychoanalyst. This was extremely encouraging and I would therefore like to share the interview through my website with fellow homeopaths and other interested parti




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