Creating Waves of Awareness
BASIC FUNDAMENTAL INTRODUCTION:
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: Basically, psychologists had divided the developmental psychology into 3 parts. They are id, ego, and super igo. This is mainly a Freudian concept.
He was the first to classify these terms.
ID: Id is the personality of an infant. It is all the drives and motives with which we are born. Freud calls…
To be a genuine practitioner of the medical art, a physician must:
1. Clearly realize what is to be cured in diseases, that is, in each single case of disease (discernment of the disease, indicator),
2. Clearly realize what is curative in medicines, that is, in each particular medicine (knowledge of medicinal powers),…
1. IGNORANCE:-Our ignorance of subject is so big.
2. IDOLISATION:-Idolising people, making guru's.
3. EGOTISM:- From colleagues…Continue
(Article published in the November issue of Homoeopathic Heritage)
Dr Muhammed Rafeeque, BHMS, PGNAHI.
On the basis of duration, diseases can be broadly classified in to acute, sub acute and chronic. The literal meaning of the word 'acute' is - something having or experiencing a rapid onset and short but severe course. In the field of medicine also an 'acute disease' means a disease having a rapid onset with intense symptoms and a short…
Vision of A Physician | CONSTIPATION, NOT A DISEASE
Dr. M. A. Usmani
In old books and in old therapies of the sub-continent, constipation has been branded as the mother of all…Continue
It is with great sadness that I write that our Respected teacher, Dr. D. P. Rastogi has passed away following cardiac arrest today morning (15-12-2010) at his residence at 9-30am. I pray to God to give the strength to bear this massive loss to Dr. Rastogi's family & the entire Homoeopathic fraternity.
The prayer meeting will take place at Sanatan Dharam Mandir, S-Block, Greater-Kailash part 2, New Delhi on 17th Dec friday from 3pm to 4pm. You can send your condolence message to…Continue
THE NEW YEAR TRAVELING AND SPENDING DAYS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS!
Winter is the time when we travel to enjoy spending our days with family and friends. No matter how good or bad the previous year was, these winter holidays offer a ray of hope for hardworking people and students, it’s like crossing the finish line of a marathon. For everyone, this is a time to reunite with close friends and family. But what should…Continue
I have a friend who was suffering from Asthma since many years (1985 to 2000). It was so severe that many times, during middle of nights, he was carried to the nearest hospital for emergency treatment. He had variety of treatments and had no relief at all. After retirement, about ten years back, he started to consume Tulsi leaves, [Holy Basil leaves] not as a medicine but he just thought that tulsi leaves are good for health. In his house, the family daity' is garlanded with a small…Continue
Dr D Bijukumar, practicing in Pandalam as Chief Medical Officer in the Department of Homeopathy, is now busy with the script work of his fourth film. His first film ‘Saira’ got several awards and could impress the audience in several international film festivals. His second film ‘Raman’ is also an icon of his inborn talent in film direction. His third film ‘Veetilekulla vazhi’ has released recently. In spite of his busy schedule as a film director, he is equally involved in each and…Continue
Researchers have discovered a bacterium that can live and grow off arsenic, a new study reports. The findings point for the first time to a microorganism that is able to use a toxic chemical (rather than the usual phosphate) to sustain growth and life.…Continue
Let us have a look into the terminology. Hahnemann used contemporary medical terminology when he used miasma in the context of the organon and the chronic disease.
The physician Boissiere de Sauvage (1707 – 1767) was an opponent of theory and follower of simple experience.
Boissiere wrote the following (in “Nosologie methodique“):…
VISION OF A PHYSICIAN | HOW NOT TO PRESCRIBE
Dr. M. A. Usmani
Naturally the role of a physician is to prescribe medicines for the sick. But being ever- ready ‘to shoot’…Continue