Blog - Shilpa Bhouraskar

My mentors were wrong....

When I trained at my homeopathy medical school, I got this piece of advice from some of my most influential teachers… and they were dead wrong.

It’s about the best homoeopathic approach in practice…

And there aren’t many things that will have as big an impact on your practice ( and homeopathy ) as the right approach….

Discussion:

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look forward to hearing about it

Nice one, love to see more. Wonderful and agreed upon.

thanks mam agreed

Looking forward to hear you soon
Thanku
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I love your mindset and your philosophy of collective wisdom. We all stand on the shoulders of giants. I believe that Hahnemann, who himself was forever looking to improve his methods, would not have wanted his followers to remain static but to keep searching for better and better ways to help their patients. Can't wait to see what you have in store for us. Your excitement and enthusiasm are almost palpable. :)

Thanks Fatima. I will get back to you very soon.

Thumbs up. Looking forward to see how you're trying to help practitioners as well patients around the globe. Thanks

Thanks Prithwish. Will keep you updated.

This is perfect timing for this discussion Shilpa. I am working with another homeopath on a case of a woman who is hyper sensitive to everything. She was unable to take her constitutional remedy even in a much diluted LM potency. So for the past 6 months, this homeopath has put her on herbal detoxes and now 3 combo remedies, that have many, many remedies in low x potencies......I am feeling so uncomfortable with using these combo remedies because I know Hahnemann was strongly against using them.....I'm really wondering what you think about this approach???

Thanks Suzan.
For me combo remedies work only if some thing in that combination is indicated at Stage 1 for that case. But I would use them only as a last resort in gross organ damaged cases where deep acting remedies are contraindicated or if there is just no inclination of the patient to work at deeper levels.

However if your patient is hypersensitive then from experience she is at Stage 3 and 4. She will need an approach at that stage to real recovery. The main obstacle in her is this extreme idiocyncrasy.
In this case you may need to address that before working on any deeper level.
I do remember Boenninghausen has a few intercurrent remedies to start a case when working with highly sensitive people in his writings. So check them out.

Btw, I love your new look! You look fabulous....:D

Great and make me very eager to know the approaches that will help sick people back to their healthy life. Tq Dr Shilpa.

Very inspiring 👍🏻 I'm looking forward to the training sessions. Thank you!