The Concept of Evolution in Homeopathy
Seminar in Durban with Jürgen Weiland
8 - 9 April 2017
Durban Botanical Gardens
70 St Thomas Rd, Durban, 4001
During the Durban seminar we will deeper explore the concept of evolution in the plant kingdom. It will be highlighted where this concept, as an additional tool to the Sensation Method, is beneficial in order to find a better understanding of where the patient got stuck and how the vital force reacts to it. Along with some case samples, another highlight will be a flower walk inside the Durban Botanical Gardens. Don‘t forget to bring your camera!
Saturday Saturday 8 am - 4.30 pm
Sunday 8 am - 4.30 pm
For further information call Beatrix on +27 (0) 82 4461238
The concept of evolution is best understood in the mineral kingdom. The periodic table, with its structure of rows and columns, clearly reflects – like a blueprint of life -the developmental stages of mankind. In the contemporary work of Michal Yakir, there is also a deeper understanding of the evolution of the plant kingdom. Yakir’s work is based on the taxonomic classification of Cronquist. He developed a systematic schema, which defines the evolutionary concepts of plants, the association between families, orders, and higher taxonomic ranks. The classification of the single celled to more complex developed plants goes hand in hand with their sensitivity.
In differentiation to minerals, where we assess the stage of development, the evolution in the plant kingdom is defined by the amount of sensitivity and reactivity. As we also recognize plants by their amount of sensitivity and reactivity in the Sensation Method, Yakir’s concept works as a complementary tool in the understanding of plants. The concept of evolution can be a very helpful tool in searching for a deeper understanding of our patients.
Review from recent particpants: „Jürgen is a teacher that is able to share, with such humility and honouring, other homeopath’s work and teachings in such a holistic way so that it feels like being on a seminar with him, carries his beautiful German structure and deep thoughtfulness and yet simplicity as well as a collaboration of so many homeopath’s work. It becomes ‘user friendly’ and his photographic skills and body of work compliments the study dramatically.“
Early bird payment
Before 15 March 2017
Full-time Students R1000
One day attendance
Full-time Students R800
After 15 March 2017
Full-time Students R1200
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