Why do we express personal patterns that persist and characterise us throughout our lives?
What impact do early influences have on the disease and suffering that we become susceptible to and seem unable to escape in our individual life journeys?
How can homeopathy help to resolve cases that seem to be stuck in, or repeat, certain self-defeating patterns?
Insights into these questions and many others are shared by the author, Elizabeth Adalian, in the recognition that the underpinning of a case is often not sufficiently understood to unlock the patient from the dominant patterns of disease.
The importance of early life occurrences in moulding the brain structures is extensively explored in this text as well as the traumatic experiences of previous generations that have been passed down through the ancestral line. The author conveys this approach to healing to a wider audience in order to place homeopathic treatment on the map to address trauma, in addition to describing how it can be adapted retrospectively.
This book will be of interest to complementary therapists and homeopaths alike as well as individuals interested in exploring and healing their own life trauma.
Based on research in related fields such as anthropology, epigenetics, literature, neuroscience, philosophy and psychotherapy, the findings are substantiated way beyond the homeopathic lens. In this process, cutting-edge ideas are incorporated in line with current thinking to support healing at core level for the types of disease conditions presenting today in practice.
in Homeopathy in Practice, Journal of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths
A Clarion Call for Homeopathy
Reconciling the Invisible Wounds of War
Constantine Hering's Stance on Sugar: The Second Law of Cure
Coca erythroxylon - sacred plant of the Incas
Switching on the lights with Lithium Carbonicum
Toxic Overload: The Ever-Increasing Allergens Underpinning Disease
Autoimmune disease – a ‘broad spectrum’ approach
The missing equation: Transgenerational trauma
Interview with Michelle Shine – Part two – the unfolding of the story
Interview with Michelle Shine – Part one – the background to the story
Beyond the constraints of Alumina: Unlocking the key to dementia
Mastering ‘mind over matter’: Emotional factors which can underlie some injuries in lesser-known
Restoring Disrupted Circadian Rhythms: A Portal to the Inner Self
Sculpting the ‘Software’: Targeting Specific Brain Structures
Transgenerational homeopathy in Tunisia: An opportunity to treat several members of the same family
Crocus sativa – Cracking the code of co-dependency: Unstable, and sycotic
Self-mutilation: an increasing 'rite of passage' for our syphilitic age
Addressing the ancestral legacy of trauma
Cairo ‘calls’ for homeopathy: Observations on cultural aspects of case management
Addressing the bondage of addiction: Understanding and treating addiction