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Miasms in Homoeopathy -Part 1 -5 classes

A beginners tool to understand the miasm,their application in practice

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Acc. to Dr Subrata Banarjee, The consideration of miasms is of paramount importance in effective homoeopathic prescribing particularly in this world of multi-suppressions where perceiving a clear picture of disease is becoming increasingly difficult. A thorough dissection and incorporation of miasm in each case will help a homoeopathic prescriber in the following ways: A deep acting anti-miasmatic medicine by virtue of its centrifugal action will open up such cases (brings to the surface the suppressed symptoms) where the totality of symptoms cannot be framed due to a scarcity of symptoms (i.e. one-sided cases), and those cases with conjoint or contaminated pictures due to various physical, emotional or iatrogenic suppressions. Also of importance is the value of selecting an anti-miasmatic medicine, which covers the psychic essence, nature and character of the individual in absence of any recognisable totality. For example, a patient presents with insomnia with no distinguishing modalities or other characters to complete the symptom. By ascertaining that person’s psychic essence or character (for instance, suspicious, jealous and exploiting in nature, representing sycosis) we can prescribe an anti-miasmatic medicine to cover the insomnia and open up the case. Thus, the anti-miasmatic medicine covers the essence of the person is capable of surfacing the suppressed symptoms and then we can easily frame the totality. To be more confident in prescribing by including the surface miasm of the case in the consideration of the totality, as miasm, the dyscrasia of the person, constitutes a major part of that totality. Miasm and the symptoms are nothing but the two sides of the coin, and one cannot be considered whilst ignoring the other. In fact, the totality of symptoms cannot be said to be total until and unless the selected remedy covers the miasm. To evaluate the necessity of a change in the plan of treatment or a change of remedy; when few symptoms have disappeared after the first remedy has been administered, yet the miasmatic totality shows the preponderance of the same miasm on the surface as that which was originally covered by the initial remedy. So in this course Part 1 we will be providing knowledge enough for a physician to treat the case before him from beginner to intermediate level. By the end of the course the doctors will be trained to understand the miasms and how to incorporate those in the case before him.

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