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Mostly Guatemala City, Guatemala and México City, México
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Shrii P.R. Sarkár and service opportunity.
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Use homeopathy, am studying homeopathy
What is your vision for the future of homeopathy
Expansion of usage in the world, deepening and diversification of researches and applications through the learnings of Biopsychology and Microvita.
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I want to learn more about homeopathy
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My first background is spiritual reality, then Neo-Humanism, PROUT, Journalism (graduate), Writing, Arts, Biopsychology, Ecology, Community Projects, not necessarily in that order.
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Can't affirm that yet. New in the area, but with many good friends practicing and receiving the benefits of Homeopathy.
What are your interests besides homeopathy? Inquiring minds want to know.
Spirituality and all-round social transformation.
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Found reference to it in Abha Light's newsletter.
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Hello Acarya ~ You can visit the Homeopaths Without Borders website and contact them that way. If you need a more direct contact to Robin Murphy let me know. Please write a new discussion in the HAITI GROUP about your work there. Scroll down and click START DISCUSSION.
Welcome on board to our wonderful HWC community Acarya - together we can make HOMEOPATHY an every day household word all around the world - I´m looking forward to seeing your inputs on the walls of our Groups here.
To your health, Gudny Osk
Thanks to all dear welcomers, Katja, Dr Rajneesh, Barbara and Debby! Hope to learn much from you and all in this community. In Haiti we have been serving the people since the earthquake with homeopathic clinics. Also, one practitioner with relief experience from Lebanon is giving training to other volunteers who are also practitioners, so that the work will continue for a long period. More information is on this page: http://www.amurthaiti.org There one can also find links to other blogs and pages with up-to-date news from Haiti. Debby, this Homeopath Without Borders sounds really great! I hope our team from AMURT or AMURTEL can meet with them and cooperate, if they haven't done so yet. Do they have a website or some other contact info? Barbara, I am not in Haiti right now, but I have lived there in 2008 to 2009 and continue to support various community projects for sustainable and progressive development, which include the relief operations (since hurricanes in 2005/08 and the latest earthquake). I am not (yet) an homeopath, but work with natural health and intuitional science as well. However, my focus currently is on developing social projects in Central America and Mexico, where I am right now. I will be coming to Haiti again this year, hopefully soon. Great to meet you all here! Best wishes.
Welcome Acarya ~ I hope you will keep us updated on the situation in Haiti, as we have been following the news since the recent earthquake. I learned that my mentor Robin Murphy is now there with Homeopaths Without Borders. May there be healing, Debby
Hello Acarya Pranesha,
Welcome to the Homeopathic World Community and I notice that you are living in Haiti in Port au Prince. What do you do there, homeopathic work?
Spring Blessings from Barbara in British Columbia, Canada