Homeopaths connect with nature

It is the homeopath’s job to determine where the core of the negative energy comes from.

It is the homeopath’s job to determine where the core of the negative energy comes from.

by Dannette Hunnel — 

Homeopaths do not claim to know what you need; rather, they allow you to tell them.

As phraseology is so often descriptive of emotions, the homeopath listens to phrases and keywords in the patient’s everyday vocabulary. Think of the phrase “I felt like I would explode,” or “I feel empty inside.” The negative energy of the mind is expressed through these words and emotions, just as it is expressed in the body as aches and pains. It is the homeopath’s job to determine where the core of the negative energy comes from. Energy can be expressed with tears, laughter, mannerisms and even silence.

Observing facial expressions and listening to the pitch of the voice also can lead the practitioner to the source of this energy. A homeopathic remedy is prescribed not just by a patient’s physical symptoms, but more so by the way the individual’s essence matches the similar essence of a natural substance.

During consultations, patients may lead homeopaths to the remedy by describing their visions. One patient stated that her relationship was like a flower: beautiful and colorful on the top, but with root-rot at the bottom, where no one could see. When asked to say more, she perfectly described the plant remedy she needed.

We choose the phrases we speak for a reason. A homeopath simply acts as a guide, connecting the patient’s energy with nature’s energy and cures.

 

Dannette Hunnel, HMA, is a homeopath practicing in Phoenix. 602-354-2596 or www.AdobeMedicine.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 24, Number 5, October/November 2005

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