Join Patricia Hatherly for a fascinating deep dive into miasmatic theory and the kingdom of the Lacs. The first session will discuss Patricia's contention that Hahnemann's three miasms correlate to the three metabolic pathways in the body. In the second session Patricia will discuss the Lacs as a group with an emphasis on how to successfully use these medicines in practice.
2 sessions - 4 CPD points
+ AHA Professional members: $60
+ AHA General & Allied members: $90
+ AHA Student members: $60
+ Non-AHA members: $120
Dates & Times:
TUESDAYS, 17 & 31 August, 2021
ACT, NSW, Qld, Tas, Vic: 1-3pm AEST
SA, NT: 12.30-2.30pm
Registration closes at midnight on 15 August.
About the Presentation:
Session 1: In this session Patricia will contend that Hahnemann's three miasms correlate to the three metabolic pathways. In turn this makes Hahnemann, unwittingly, the father of epigenetics, and the miasms potentially our allies rather than our enemies. The traditionally held view is that psora is the primary "engenderer of all disease", making it the epigenetic tag that we associate with under-function and lack, and it is usually considered from a negative standpoint. However Patricia seeks to bring balance to this perspective and also highlight the positive aspects of sycosis (which allows us to flourish and grow), and those of luesis (which allows us to reinvent ourselves and persist in the face of devastating obstacles). This presentation will help us to understand that it is psora, which regulates homeostasis and lays the foundation for optimal personal development, which assists us in our quest for self-realisation.
Session 2: This session will give us a synoptic overview of each of the 20 Lac medicines which constitute the basis of that kingdom. Patricia's emphasis in this session will be on outlining the predominant theme/essence, miasm and keynotes, which will make for easier clinical recognition and differential diagnosis when a Lac is being considered in case analysis.
About the Presenter:
Patricia Hatherly, homoeopath and lactation consultant, has been in private practice as a homoeopath since 1995. Having over 45 years’ experience of working with mothers and babies, Patricia has a particular interest and expertise in treating women and children. Sharing knowledge is Patricia’s passion and she is a well known speaker both in Australia and overseas. Patricia is the author of The Homoeopathic Physician’s Guide to Lactation and The Lacs: A Materia Medica & Repertory, she regularly publishes her newsletter entitled Milk Matters, and has been published in various journals. In 2008 she was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the AHA.
|Event Date||17-08-2021 1:00 pm|
|Event End Date||31-08-2021 3:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Member discounts apply|