NEW FRONTIERS OF HOMEOPATHY. HOMEOPATHY, INTEGRATING CHINESE PHILOSOPHY AND THE CHAKRAS 
 
A series of seminars with Colin Griffith
10 September, 15 October, 12 November, 3 December 2011

Contained within the aura are the seven centres of power, called the Chakras. Their more chemical adjuncts are the endocrine glands and sympathetic nervous system. These centres govern personality as we know it … It is the enriching and ennobling of thought, emotion and action which develops these centres and the individual on the spiritual quest of liberation from physical bondage, and they are profoundly influenced by homeopathy. If this is done consciously by both giver and receiver then the result will be enduring. Since we are subject to our glands of personality, it would do well to be consciously so. Martin Miles,“Homeopathy and Human Evolution”

Galahomeopathy is delighted to present one of our most popular speakers - Colin Griffith. Colin's seminars are always very informative and in high demand. He is particularly known for his ability to explain and “untangle” difficult cases and his passion for the new meditative remedies.  And this is the first time Colin is presenting this new, exciting series of seminars.

As we know there is a lack of diagnostic tools in homeopathy and we often struggle on how to approach the case and establish what really needs to be addressed.  Homeopaths have always looked outside to other traditional holistic medical systems for inspiration and guidance.  However, Colin Griffith along with the late Martin Miles, were among the first homeopaths who strongly advocated the combined study and integration, into homeopathic thinking, of oriental medical philosophy along with a thorough understanding of the Chakras.

This approach has become known as Evolutionary Homeopathy and it places emphasis less on the often frustrating search for ‘cure’ (and the methodologies employed to achieve it) than on the patient’s life course and purpose. This integration of the practice of homeopathy with traditional eastern models gives an invaluable framework, additional tools and a better understanding of any blockages and the whole picture of the case. This unique approach has already been used by many homeopaths and proved to be highly successful and profound in practice.


First seminar: Base and Sacral Centres

Saturday 10 September 2011 10am - 5pm

  • Base and Sacral Chakras in relation to Earth and Water elements. 

  • Chinese model, seeing how it can be applied to homeopathy and how the elements are also applied to the Psoric and Sycotic miasms. 

  • The importance of the coccyx. Looking at ways of supporting and draining the organs of the Base and Sacral Chakras: the kidneys, uterus and prostate.

  • Hazel and Sequoia, the two tree remedies that are particularly associated with these two centres and miasms


Second Seminar: Solar Plexus and Heart Centres

Saturday 15 October 2011 10am - 5pm

  • Solar Plexus and Heart Chakras in relation to the Fire and Air elements. 

  • Chinese model (including Wood and Metal): how the Chakras and elements can be integrated and how the Tubercular and Syphilitic miasms relate to these centres. 

  • How to support and drain the organs of these centres: the liver, spleen and heart; and how the heart devolves responsibility for emotional trauma to other organs always with the intention of surviving and of creating symptomatic metaphors as guides to a return of self healing.

  • Two remedies associated with these Chakras: Golden Beryl and Latrodectus Mactans.


Third Seminar: The Thymus Gland and Throat Centres

Saturday 12 November 2011 10am - 5pm

  • The role of the Thymus in relation to the heart and to the patient’s history.  This will include looking at the remedy made from the gland and its uses, such as draining emotional toxicity from the Heart centre. 

  • Use of “Triad remedies” to access the history of trauma through retrospective prescribing.

  • The thyroid gland and the difficulties of reading it. 

  • How to open the Throat centre to encourage emotional expression and releasing fear through the Throat centre. 

  • Two remedies particularly associated with the Thymus gland and Throat: Hornbeam and Turquoise.


Forth Seminar: Brow and Crown Centres

Saturday 3 December 2011 10am - 5pm

  • The role of the Brow and Crown centres in relation to the rest of the body. 

  • The significance of the balance between id and ego, intuition and intellect, self-awareness or self-deception.

  • The pituitary, the hypothalamus and the body clock, including their role in maturation. 

  • Draining ‘toxicity’ from the endocrine glands, clearing chemical suppression from the mind and the role of the pineal gland. 

  • Two remedies that have an affinity for these two Chakras: Clear Quartz and Moonstone