Podcast project: A Homeopaths Podcast

 

Kelly McCall Callahan CCH, of Maine, USA, has created a multi-faceted podcast for the homeopathic community. Each show explores a theme through interviews with homeopaths from around the world, a creative look at a remedy, and a reading from our historical archives.

Two shows are available at: A Homeopath’s Podcast

New episodes will be released each month!

 

Episode 1: Origins

Part 1– The Present: I ask every homeopath I interview how they found homeopathy and came to be a homeopath. I’ve selected four of those stories to share with you in this first episode, from Kate Birch CCH, author of Vaccine Free… Robert Field CCH, of the Resonance School of Homeoapthy, Sangita Pedro ND, Maine; and Pat Deacon RS(Hom) of Ontario.

Part 2– The Future: The little (big) remedy of Ignis alcoholis encapsulates beginnings and endings through purity of purpose, the destructive and purification energies of fire. Proving by Nuala Eising of Ireland.

Part 3– The Past: And extraordinary letter correspondence between two medical students just before the turn of the 19th century in America. Tom shares his brush with Homeopathy with his friend, John, and subsequently changes a life…

 
Episode 2: End of Life

Part 1– The Present: Val Lovelace of Wiscasset, Maine shares her story and the power of homeopathy at the end of life

Part 2– The Future: A new proving of an old remedy inspires me to take some creative license with rubrics, trying to expand my understanding- and yours- of the remedy state.

Part 3– The Past: Not too long ago, a pair of homeopaths from California took a trip to Kent’s final resting place. A beautiful remembrance of a distinct time in history, the creation of a place, and Kent’s final years within it.

 

 

 

 

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