- The Plant Kingdom: Magnoliidae 3h 43min
The Plant Kingdom: Magnoliidae
What You'll Learn
- The characteristics of Magnoliids
- Themes of Yakir’s Plant Table
- Characteristics of Column One and Row One plants
- Successful cases of Magnoliids
There are so many different types of plants in homeopathy, it can feel overwhelming to narrow down which plant family to choose from. In this course, master homeopath Anne Vervarcke elucidates the ancient primitive plants of the Dicotyledons, the Magnoliids.
The main theme of this group is a kind of primordial naivety and prematureness. Anne shares many cases of remedies from the Magnoliids including a unique remedy that is hardly recognized in the homeopathic literature. She overviews Michal Yakir’s plant table to help explain the themes of column one plant remedies, where the Magnoliids lie.
By taking this course, you will walk away with a deep grasp of the themes and remedies from this group of remedies.
Anne Vervarcke was born October 15th 1952 in Ostend, Belgium. After studying art, oriental studies, and anthropology, she trained in classical homeopathy in Belgium and in the Netherlands at the School for Homeopathy in Amersfoort.
She established The Centre for Classical Homeopathy (CKH) in Leuven, Belgium, which organizes a five-year training course, a Master Class, seminars, and an International Training. Anne served as program creator, teacher, and director for 15 years. She has also been in private practice since 1989.
Anne Vervarcke has developed her own style of practice, the Vital Approach (VA) Method, based on over 30-years of accumulated teaching and practicing experience, seminar attendance, and investigation in her private practice. The VA method is based on classical homeopathy supplemented with the works of contemporary thinkers and insights from phenomenology and linguistics. She gives international trainings and seminars, teaches in the CKH, offers post graduate seminars, Master Classes, Master Apprentice courses, online trainings, a Mentorship Program, webinars and a unique software search program named ‘The Family Finder’.
Anne Vervarcke has published novels and twelve books on homeopathy (of which three in Dutch) for the general public, “Klassieke homeopathie, niet te geloven?!” and “250 jaar na Hahnemann.” The book ‘Voorbij Lichaam and Geest” contains 9 exemplary cases from the Master Classes with clear analyses and discussions.
Her latest book on ‘A World Map of Homeopathic Families’ has come out in English recently. It introduces the concepts of 2D / 3D groups and the Vital Approach Map of Homeopathic Families which Anne likens to a treasure map for the similimum. Practitioners will learn how to identify clear pointers for the bigger groups and families, what other key information to look for in a case, how to connect the dots and recognise patterns leading to more efficient prescribing and improved outcomes.
Her English language publications for homeopaths are:
~The Charm of Homeopathy, which describes how she developed her method, the AV Method
~The Postgraduate Annual 2006, a succinct overview of her method, demonstrating its value in daily practice in both adult and pediatric cases
Books by Anne Vervarcke:
~The Charm of Homeopathy
~Behind the Glass Screen: A Homeopathic Survey of Ozone
~The Vital Approach
~Homeopathy, Strange, Rare and Peculiar
~Homeopathy is Everywhere
~Beyond Mind and Body