The otherwise competing software companies Synergy and Zeus Soft (creators of respectively MacRepertory and RadarOpus) have joined forces in the newly founded non-profit organisation Homeopathy One the sole purpose of which is to unite and strengthen the homeopathic community as a whole.
We see a large number of different methodologies and schools in Homeopathy and a lack of awareness and communication between them.
Homeopathy One offers a platform for leaders and followers of all schools of thought - traditional and contemporary - to come together, so that we can start to hear each other and find unity in diversity.
We believe that coming together and sharing what we know is a symbol of our unity showing that all approaches have their place in the homeopathic armamentarium.
Homeopathy One is a non-profit organisation registered with Belgian authorities. Any profits generated by Homeopathy One will be used entirely to further the cause of Unity in Homeopathy by being attributed to the following purposes.
We see ourselves as initiators of a movement of unity, but we feel that the project should belong to the entire community.
This effort is only going to be successful if the
full-heartedly endorses the objective of creating unity
and actively participates in this work.
Therefore, we are inviting all members of the homeopathic community to become an active part of this movement.
Please get in touch, get involved and be part of this movement!
We are looking forward to receiving your ideas and inquiries at
Your engagement is essential to achieve unity in Homeopathy.
Let's get there together!
Dr. Rajan Sankaran, President Homeopathy One
Dr. Frederik Schroyens, Co-President Homeopathy One
Marco Spiezia, Secretary Homeopathy One
Tomer Harel, RCHom, Treasurer Homeopathy One
Dr. Carlo Rezzani
Dr. Rina Markovits
Save the Date for the Event of a Lifetime!
Homeopathy One organizes an International Conference to unite the homeopathic community in unparalleled fashion and you can be part of it!
We are organizing a unique conference in the marvelous town of Bruges, Belgium. The focus will be on dialogue and understanding each other. 9 speakers will have one hour to present their approach, followed by half an hour of dialogue during which other speakers will express how they would have looked at the case(s)s presented. We feel this is a unique formula which will create a very interesting and in-depth interaction.
Leaders of the profession will share their respective approaches in an unprecedented show of unity in diversity.
The following world class homeopaths and teachers have agreed to present:
Master of Dialogue: Misha Norland (England)
Please save the date and be part of this extraordinary event which will be a Milestone in the Unity of Homeopathy!
Looking forward to welcome you on 13-15 October 2017 to the Homeopathy One conference in Bruges
The Repertory is an index to share knowledge for successful prescribing with the homeopathic community. New provings, new cures and new methodologies are expanding and recreating its form and content.
Frederik will present some acute and chronic cases to show how it becomes easy to reproduce a cure, especially with unexpected remedies, using the accurate repertory information in an easily reproducible way
The lecture will focus on the Plant theory. The Plant theory is a homeopathic classification of the Plant kingdom. The classification makes use of the Series and Stages as used in the Element theory of the Mineral kingdom. Another tool for classifying plants are the 8 Phases, which corresponds with the 8 columns of the periodic table in the rows 2 and 3, the Carbon series and Silicon series.
The application of the Plant theory will be shown in a video case. It will be shown how the case can be analysed with the Plant theory and how one can come to a prescription. The advantages of there Plant theory will be shown as to coming to remedies that are known or not known at all in homeopathy.Biography of Jan Scholten
My aim in practice and teaching is to keep homoeopathy simple.
Simple but not simplistic.
To this aim I prefer the method of no method, because methods tend to accumulate complexity. I teach a simple structure and sequence of working that if followed will result in selecting a good similar for most cases most of the time. I say similar because there is no such thing a similimum.
The most sophisticated aspect of this sequence is synthesizing the patient’s lifeology into one clear concept, inother words perceiving what is to be cured. This is not difficult to learn - The main factor is focusing only on the patient and not on what the patient resembles in nature.
So a big K.I.S.S. to you all; Keep it short and simple
What do we mean by the totality of symptoms?
What is the essence of a remedy?
Should we use our intuition in selecting a remedy?
How do we convert a confused jumble of data into a clear and meaningful single entity?
Jonathan will be showing video clips of cured cases which illustrate his method of case taking and analysis.
Using knowledge of the themes of kingdom, sub-kingdom, group and family we progress step by step. Finally the unique features of the patient's state - and their remedy - are highlighted in sharp focus and clarity as all the more general information is left behind.
In the clinic I have noticed that the most useful case taking approach, changes from patient to patient. Some patients are reserved, some evasive, some nonverbal, some hyperverbal…. some are dealing with deep pathology with very little suffering and others have no discernible pathological conditions and express long lists of severely debilitating symptoms. Some patients have conditions that seem to have come out of the blue, and they have no idea how or why this is happening to them, while others associate their illness with specific events or a time in their lives.
To practice this science/art of homeopathy we enter the image of the disease through the symptoms of the patient…..wherever it takes us.
Due to the complexity of today’s Homeopathy, we present a new system with unexpected clinical cures through a mathematical key for Homeopathy. A new code of the Law of Similars that allows the use of hundreds of traditional and modern remedies.
A simple method, the H.U.M.A. Method and the Candegabe Algorithm, relates phonetic-numeric data of the patient and of the remedies using an Algorithm that shows a group of eligible remedies among which is the one most similar to the patient's dynamic illness.Biography of Marcelo Candegabe
Dr. Mangialavori is going to introduce his Method of Complexity and illustrate the difference between what is Complex and what is Complicated, and how he applies the paradigm of Complexity to Homeopathic Medicine.
He will use some examples of cases in order to make the method explicit, present his concept of "homeopathic families" and some of his latest studies concerning a not so well known kingdom.
Michal has formulated an approach to plant remedies, using the plant kingdom evolution and its equivalents in human evolution in the form of a simple tabular set of coordinates with columns and rows, which shows how each such evolutionary stage (column) can be assigned to specific pathology, not only physical but also psychological and spiritual. The table is organized in themes which can be used very practically in our practice. By learning to recognize the special psychological, mythological and historical equivalent characteristics and themes of the columns and rows, we can acquire a valuable tool to help us identify the required remedy in our modern times - where patients come rife with such information.
In this meeting, few cases will be presented, sketching the essences of this approach, how a rare, as well as known remedies with an unrecognizable appearance can be reached, and how we can use the patient’s life history on all its events as symptoms. Last but not least, we will hopefully see how other systems can be reflected in the Table of plants and use it as an affirmation instead of competing it.Biography of Michal Yakir
Listening to and honouring the uniqueness of the other is second nature to the homeopathic case receiver. When it comes to receiving the work of our colleagues it is the same. We learn techniques and methodologies with which to enhance our own perception and skill. As I understand it, my ‘master of dialogue’ role during this gathering of great minds and enquiring souls, is to ensure that our heart connection stays strong and that we each give the other their space without censure. Of course, we act out of thankfulness for our colleague’s contributions to the time tested truths of homeopathy. The flag we uphold is of diversity within wholeness, understanding that we work towards the common goal of healing. Here resides our strength, for our results speak louder than our beliefs, and stand the test of empiricism.Biography of Misha Norland
Dr Sankaran's Synergy Approach calls for an integrated practice in which Symptom, System and Genius of a case come together and produce a synergy effect that makes our prescription sure and successful. Approaching a case from various angles and still coming to the same point leads to the best results and to the deepest understanding of what is to be cured in disease, and what is curative in a remedy.
In his talk he will demonstrate how by using multiple approaches and tools in tandem synergy is produced and how this synergy leads to successful treatment.
|16.00 – 18.00||Registration at the venue "Site Old St. John"|
|18.00 - 19.00||Welcome reception in the City Hall of Bruges (fully booked)|
|8.00 – 9.00||Registration|
|9.00 – 9.30||Inauguration|
|9.30 – 10.30||Talk 1 Frederik Schroyens|
|10.30 – 11.00||Replies, Discussion and Questions to Talk 1|
|11.00 – 11.30||Break (presentation software programs)|
|11.30 – 12.30||Talk 2 Massimo Mangialavori|
|12.30 – 13.00||Replies, Discussion and Questions to Talk 2|
|13.00 – 14.30||Lunch|
|14.30 – 15.30||Talk 3 Jeremy Sherr|
|15.30 – 16.00||Replies, Discussion and Questions to Talk 3|
|16.00 – 16.30||Break (project presentation)|
|16.30 – 17.30||Talk 4 Marcelo Candegabe|
|17.30 – 18.00||Replies, Discussion and Questions to Talk 4|
|9.00 – 10.00||Talk 5 Michal Yakir|
|10.00 – 10.30||Replies, Discussion and Questions to Talk 5|
|10.30 – 11.00||Break (Video greetings of supporting organizations)|
|11.00 – 12.00||Talk 6 Jan Scholten|
|12.00 – 12.30||Replies, Discussion and Questions to Talk 6|
|12.30 – 14.00||Lunch|
|14.00 – 15.00||Talk 7 Jonathan Hardy|
|15.00 – 15.30||Replies, Discussion and Questions to Talk 7|
|15.30 – 16.00||Break (project presentation)|
|16.00 – 17.00||Talk 8 Rajan Sankaran|
|17.00 – 17.30||Replies, Discussion and Questions to Talk 8|
|19.00 – 22.00||Social Evening (Dinner *, Entertainment Program) in the Provincial Palace, a stunning location on the medieval Market of Bruges.|
|8.30 – 9.00||Unity (Greetings of VIP and supporting organizations)|
|9.00 – 11.00||Live Case by Laurie Dack|
|11.00 – 11.30||Break|
|11.30 – 13.00||Discussion of Live Case by Laurie Dack and all the speakers.|
|13.00 – 14.00||Q&A and Conclusion|
A number of hotel rooms (see below) have been booked at special group rates. These rates only apply for reservations made via MediCongress. You can reserve your hotel room through the online registration form.
Any requests for hotel accommodation must be accompanied by a credit card number, in order to secure the room. This credit card will not be charged by the organisers but only serves as a reservation guarantee.
Participants will have to pay their hotel room and personal expenses at the reception of the hotel. In case of late cancellation or no show, the room will be charged on the credit card.
During the registration, you will have the choice to opt for one of these hotels until 15 September. Afterwards rooms cannot be guaranteed:
When booking more than 5 rooms or additional days, please contact us
A number of hostels and B&B’s are located near the Conference venue. Kindly find some proposals and websites below. These accommodations are to be contacted directly.
The registration fee includes participation in the scientific sessions, access to the technical exhibition, the coffee breaks, lunches on Friday and Saturday and conference documents.
A limited number of participants can register as groups (5 or more attendees).
To know the discount rules for associations, contact us ASAP (first-come, first-served).
|Until May 15, 2017||Until July 15, 2017||As of July 15, 2017|
|Participant||€ 450,00||€ 500,00||€ 550,00|
|Young Person *||€ 300,00||€ 350,00||€ 400,00|
|€ 95,00||€ 95,00||€ 95,00|
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