A one day seminar with Myriam Shivadikar

Saturday 3rd February 2007  10am - 5pm


About the speaker

Myriam has been in clinical practice for 21 years and has taught internationally for 20 years and in the UK for the last 8 years. She has a unique, eclectic approach, which combines the mind, body and spiritual aspects to treating  patients. Her training began with Acupuncture and Homeopathy then onto her own research into remedies via bio resonance machines. She then studied diet, nutrition and herbal medicine, which are incorporated in order to advice patients regarding lifestyle and remove maintaining causes. The spiritual aspect of the origin of a disease is perceived using insights gained intuitively via astrology, tarot and from her understanding homeopathic remedies.

About the seminar

This seminar is about understanding patients and homeopathic remedies via the bowel Nosodes, as these remedies are unique in that they can alter our whole biochemistry! The Nosodes are used to treat a wide range of acute and chronic disorders, not just the digestive tract. Myriam will teach the remedies by placing them in context of the bigger picture; this is done via a system. 
Topics such as the naturopathic principles of internal hygiene and diet are discussed, as well as the Nosodes themselves. Emphasis is placed on the emotional and spiritual aspects of the bowel as emotions are often stored there –  hence the expressions – ‘gut feeling’, how to release these emotions will be discussed.

What you will learn

  • You will learn about psychology, pathology, miasms, elements, homeopathic and herbal remedies via a simple system
  • The inter-relationship between the bowels and the nervous system
  • Different body types of patients and their psychology
  • Revision of the miasms via the Nosodes
  • Related homeopathic remedies to the Nosodes
  • Elements from the periodic table and combination remedies
  • Cancer, the relationship with the bowel and ‘The Zapper’


Review of Myriam Shivadikar's seminar ‘THE BOWEL NOSODE SYSTEM’ A GUT REACTION.  Meg Brinton, MARH