Author: 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 Rajan Sankaran. The Sensation method has proven to be very valuable, as shown by the cases presented here by colleagues of Rajan Sankaran.
The Sensation method is explained also in the articles in this issue of the Qjure Journal. This method uses the deepest sensation of the patient to match that with the vital sensation of a plant family. Or an animal or bacterial family. The differentiation between members of such a family is done with the miasm. Sankaran has selected 10 miasms for this process.
It turned out that the miasms are linked to the Stages, or columns of the periodic table. They represent a way of handling the problem, the sensation that is inherent to each family. They are a way of how to proceed with a state of being, how to act. As there are 18 Stages, there are also 18 miasms.
We wish you much reading pleasure and inspiration.