Posted by: Tracy Barsamian | April 4, 2013

OFF KLTR Homeopathic Journey (Part 1 of 3)

I have learned quite a bit about homeopathy over the past few years!  Not so much what remedy to use when, but I’ve gained an understanding of the larger homeopathic umbrella.  So here is how we came to discover homeopathy…

1.  We interviewed with the wonderful Wendy Margo at the Lexington Waldorf School and she mentioned the Lydian Center to us.  You might not believe this, but that evening, my research began in earnest!!  As I read about the holistic healing modalities available at the center, homeopathy really spoke to me…

2.  …and here’s why!  I found Begabati Lennihan’s Web site.  The site had links to few adoption videos.  After I watched this video, Adoption – Natural Remedies, I made an appointment with Begabati.  Click here to view all her videos.

3.  I then read the book Rage Free Kids by Judyth and Robert Ullman

From the Inside Flap:  Although anger is a normal emotion, in certain children it can spiral out of control and become something much less manageable rage. If your child exhibits bouts of uncontrollable anger, tantrums, aggression, or violence, you should know that there is a safe and effective treatment that is completely drug-free. In Rage-Free Kids, renowned homeopathic physicians Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman and Robert Ullman present a natural answer to extreme anger that has worked for over 1,500 challenging children.

4.  Then I read The Impossible Cure by Amy Lansky
Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy provides an in-depth and exciting account of the history, philosophy, and experience of homeopathic medicine. At the core of Impossible Cure is the amazing story of how the author’s son was cured of autism with homeopathy. It also includes dozens of other testimonials of homeopathic cure, for a variety of physical, mental, and emotional conditions.
Stay tuned for part 2 of the OFF KLTR homeopathic odyssey tomorrow!  Thanks for reading!  Love, Tracy

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