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Chaenorhinum origanifolium

Year 2019, Issue 6, Article 5Author: Jan Scholten

Sense proving, 16-5-2014, Utrecht. High sensitive persons. Thin, light. Smell: subtle, tenuous. Artist who does not have the courage to show her work; she needs a promoter or patron. Taste: a bit bitter. One step above the water, the lake. Not grounded, on earth,...

Veronica speciosa

Year 2019, Issue 6, Article 6Author: Martin Jakob

Veronica speciosus 665.51.10 Walking talking, expressive. Lot of stories, shamanism. Very nice. Extreme. Parents have a pub and restaurants. She had to be funny, to present herself. Follow up She can now stop convincing...

Linaria vulgaris

Year 2019, Issue 6, Article 7Author: Martin Jakob

Linaria vulgaris A sixty-year-old woman comes because of her cough. The mucus in her throat irritates her constantly and make her coughing. She has this complaint for about four years, they are all the time and worst is lying in bed, because the mucus runs then down...

Sensation method

Year 2019, Issue 5, Article 1Author: Jan Scholten

In this issue of the Journal Qjure you will find some very nice articles form the Bombay school, from Rajan Sankaran, Mahesh Gandhi, Jayesh Shah, Devang Shah, Dinesh Chauhan, Shekhar Algundgi and Pratik Desai. This edition is about the sensation method as developed by...

Silybum marianum

Year 2019, Issue 5, Article 10Author: Dinesh Chauhan

The 3 Step Journey of Case Witnessing Process Dr. Dinesh Chauhan Consultant and Faculty – the other song Dr. Devang Shah M.D. (Hom) In-house consultant – the other song Creating a new theory is not like destroying an old barn And erecting a skyscraper in its place It...

Datura stramonium

Year 2019, Issue 5, Article 11Author: Shekhar Algundgi

From Surface to the Soul Dr. Shekhar Algundgi Consultant and faculty, ‘the other song: International Academy of Advanced Homoeopathy’ (Dr. Shekhar Algundgi presents a concise and clear discussion of the key points of the Sensation approach.) Introduction In my...

Graphites

Year 2019, Issue 5, Article 12Author: Rajan Sankaran

The Evolution of Sensation: A Synergistic Approach In Homoeopathic Practice By: Dr. Rajan Sankaran head, ‘the other song: international academy of advanced homoeopathy’ The Sensation Method is of vital importance to homeopathic practice but we cannot abandon our...

Lepidochelys olivacea

Year 2019, Issue 5, Article 2Author: Sujit Chatterjee

I Need to Hide in a Shell to Feel Safe – Analysis through Sensation Approach in a case of Rheumatoid Arthritis by Dr. Sujit Chatterjee, Senior Consultant and Faculty ‘the other song: International Academy of Advanced Homoeopathy’ A 45-year-old female suffering from...

Androctonus amoreuxi

Year 2019, Issue 5, Article 3Author: Rishi Vyas

I am a Short-tempered, Selfish loner - A Case of Intense Anger and Anti-social Behaviour Author – Dr. Rishi Vyas, In-house Consultant, the other song I first saw this 32-year-old man on 13th July, 2013. When I first scanned the case record form filled by this person,...

Kalium nitricum

Year 2019, Issue 5, Article 4Author: Meghna Shah

An Illustration of Integrating The Sensation Method with Traditional Homoeopathy By Dr. Meghna Shah Dean – the other song (This case was previously published in ‘VOICE: E Newsletter of the other song, Volume III) On 22nd September 2011, a 44-year-old woman first came...

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