Hey Andy...thanx ya... u bet .. my last name is Doctor....so people address me
dr doctor.... sounds cool.... oh yeah Dr Farokh is good.. actually i worked with him for may be 2 years or so in 97or probably 98.......hey u welcome to India... its a mecca for Homeopathy....... welll u have a great weekend pal.. take care ...
The show looks fantastic, and thanks for your offer - I'd love to be on it!
The only hitch is that I don't have any plans to travel out East in the near future.
Do you ever conduct long-distances interviews via video or audio up-link, or by other means?
If not, it shouldn't be a problem - I'll just take a look at upcoming Toronto conferences and opportunities, and see if I can't kill two birds with one stone, so to speak.
Heck, if all else fails, I've got a couple east-coast patients who together owe me a fair bit of coin, so I could always write this off as "collections" trip :)
Now that'd be a strong deterrent against re-offense! "If you're ever foolish enough as to owe me money, I'll make it my personal mission to hunt you down and reclaim what's rightfully mine - even if I have to fly to the other side of the country to do so!" :)
Hi Dr. Andy it is pleasure the dynamic person like you are member of HWC i think people like you accept homeopathy it is achievement and ideal for promoting homeopathy world wide thanks for being member of HWC
My two-second sound-bite for Bowen is: "Acupuncture without the needles ... but not like Acupressure :) ".
The longer version is that it is a physical manipulative technique very similar to Craniosacral or Reiki (the latter only really being true in my strange hybrid version), and it essentially involves the gentle reorientation of the superficial fascia in such a manner as to cause long-standing and ideally permanent realignment and balancing of the fascia, muscles, tendons, bones ... and basically all deeper structures!
In fact, there are many alternative practitioners who more or less use Bowen as their core treatment modality, as it can theoretically treat virtually anything. My first teacher, knowing my interest in homeopathy, even once noted the many parallels she saw between the two fields with regards to applications and theory. Of course, I've since come to realize that these parallels are due to an even deeper truth that really all healing modalities touch on (stuff like the direction of cure vs. that of disease, the minimum dose, etc.). Yet it is true that few of these modalities truly honor the concept of the minimum dose like Bowen or homeopathy.
Just as the path most take in homeopathy and naturopathic medicine begins with many years of academia and testing, which typically requires use of only certain discrete portions of one's brain, followed by practical work, which accesses other heretofore undiscovered areas of the brain ... so to does the path to mastering Bowen only begin with the didactic work one is taught in class. Intuition and theory eventually meld to create a unique treatment for each patient as an individual - as is the case in homeopathy, naturopathy (the latter, at least the way I prefer to practice), and truly any healing modality.
Hi Andy, Thanks for your encouraging words! We're trying our best here, it isn't always easy but the job satisfaction is very high; we're getting fantastic results with classical homoeopathy and so far we are working on prescribing individually. Haven't tried Thallium but will look out for it.
All the best for 2010!
Welcome on board to our wonderful HWC community Dr. Andy - 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.