Bill Mollison did not want to hear about my work, when I lived in Australia - he called me a "chemical head". No matter what I said, he kept repeating the same words, so I gave up. One cannot convince those that do not want to hear.
My idea is that whatever grows in the garden, is something we need. In one of my blogs, "The sensation method and its expansion" I explain some of the ideas I got from studying nature and what grows around us.
Everything we need, we find in the habitat we live in. That counts for the plants above ground and for the elemental substances we find underground, in an equal manner. So I fully understand what you are saying and agree 100%.
The thistle may be because someone in the family has a liver problem perhaps. I love to teach and in July I return to Canada. There may be a possibility I will come to Colorado - there are several people who would love me to come. See also my Facebook page. There is a Jacinta Cox, Karla Bartlett and John Benneth, who are all in the area and have asked me to come. This time I did not have much time to do it, but if there is enough interest, I hop on the Greyhound and come over in July. My book can be had from this site, which is a German publisher who have just published a second edition.
Welcome in my circle of friends and pleased to meet you here.
Those quintessences are described in my new book.
They comprise the 5 elements, the 5 senses, the 5 types of remedies, the 5 components of diagnosis, 5 plant miasms, 5 soil miasms, and 5 components of circumstances and conditions. It is a bit much to go into the details in this small space, but I shall post the details as a blog on my page.
You may have to wait a little while, because I am at the moment in transit from Toronto Canada to the UK. My apologies for that, but those circumstances are beyond my control.
Hello Darlen, I hope you enjoy and make full use of this wondrous site. THe different blogs and groups you can join are amazing. I have added to my knowledge hugely through the resources provided by the HWC. May your passion for homeopathy continue.