“Spectrum of Homeopathy” is Narayana Publishers’ new journal, whose aim is to combine thorough clinical experience, compact information of materia medica, and diversity of methods.
Issues of 2019:
We have two distinguished chief editors, ensure editorial quality and act as technical advisors: the journalist Christa Gebhardt and the homeopath Dr. Jürgen Hansel. With this new journal, we are delighted to foster fruitful co-operation between experienced and creative homeopaths throughout Europe, Canada, the USA and India. We also offer a network for our customers, providing easy access to a valuable set of contacts, linking them together.
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Produktinformationen zu Spectrum of Homeopathy 2019-1, LILIALES
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The current issue of SPECTRUM with the title “Lilies – Problems with the Group” is a kind of GPS for homeopaths. Functioning as a sort of global positioning system (GPS), SPECTRUM brings much-needed clarity to the Liliales order because the Lilies have certainly caused considerable terminological confusion, both in homeopathy and botany: Lilianae, Liliidae, Liliiflorae, Liliales, or Liliaceae? Moreover the Liliales as grasped in Jan Scholten’s modern APG classification contain fewer plant families than in the classical Cronquist taxonomy. The latter is preferred by Sankaran and Yakir, and includes the impressive bunch of remedies that our authors have put together. Jörg Wichmann‘s introduction attempts to cast some light on this chaos of order.
“Problems with the group” is indeed the central theme of the Liliales, which can easily be derived from Scholten’s group plant code of 633.6. The digits 633 indicate the third row of the periodic table, the Silica series, with its focus on relationships, families and groups. The final digit, phase 6, indicates the feeling of being on the edge of the group, not really belonging. With her case of Crocus sativus Deborah Collins presents a vivid example of working with Jan Scholten’s plant theory.
Via the common physical vital sensation of “being pressed from inside outwards,” Rajan Sankaran arrives at the same basic feeling of being excluded as does Jan Scholten via his plant theory. Michal Yakir presents the Liliales and their ...
Produktinformationen zu Spectrum of Homeopathy 2019-2, HORMONES
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Hormones- Cycle, Fertility, Menopause
The treatment of disturbances in functioning and regulation is a domain of homeopathy. This is especially true for female hormone balance, which reacts very sensitively to environmental influences but is also closely related to the state of mind. Since Hahnemann‘s time we know of remedies such as Pulsatilla and Sepia which have a special effect on the menstrual cycle, fertility, pregnancy, and the menopause.
The list of “women’s” remedies has grown and grown, now including many minor remedies and entire remedy families that have proved useful for dysmenorrhea, premenstrual syndrome, or in the menopause. In many cases remedy selection with the approved indications is insufficient, and the simillimum is only found via the totality of symptoms, the life history, or the vital sensation. From the menarche to the menopause, we look at a range of different methodologies and typical remedies, using numerous cases of menstrual difficulties, unfulfilled wish for children, or cycle-dependent mood disorders. We aim to demonstrate the key role of homeopathy in the treatment of hormonally caused female complaints.
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Stones - Mineral Complex Remedies
With her book of stones in “Physica,” Hildegard von Bingen founded a centuries-long tradition of precious stone treatment as part of esoteric natural healing. In homeopathy this group of remedies has only been researched in the last few decades through remedy provings. The proving symptoms and clinical experience using remedies made from such diverse substances as Granite, Lava, and Rose quartz have led to the emergence of common themes for the stones as a separate remedy family.
Together with typical themes such as heaviness, stiffness, and isolation but also breaking out and exploding, we also find the well-known characteristics of this entire mineral kingdom such as a feeling of lack and the need for structure and control. Each individual stone is a complex remedy of various elements of the periodic table with differing emphases on the individual rows such as the Carbon, Silicium, or the Iron series. Our internationally renowned authors present various stone remedies, demonstrating with concrete cases how to reliably select these remedies via the common themes of the remedy family, the understanding of the elemental components, the repertory, and proving symptoms.