I was introduced to homeopathy years ago, when I was part of a La Leche League play group with my sons. La Leche League is a breastfeeding support organization. Some of the moms of the playgroup talked about homeopathy. I had never heard of homeopathy. I thought what is this! I started to do some reading and attended some classes locally. Three years later, I enrolled in a program that was in Devon, England – The School of Homeopathy. The school still exists, but is located in a different part of England. I was a mom who wanted to know more about homeopathy. I wanted to learn.
Moms are the advocates of their family’s health, whether for their children, their partners, their parents, their extended family, their friends, their pets and themselves. A father too may be the mom of the family, or an aunt, or a good friend or some other relationship. I am including all those relationships into one, and calling them mom, the mom of the family.
Moms are usually my contact person for whoever the patient is in the family. They are the ones who call me initially. They know when their families are well, and not well. They know if something has changed with a family member. They are good observers. They know. They sense. They are aware. They may not know what is wrong or bothering the family member, specifically, but they know something is not right.
When sensing that something is not quite right with a family member, moms will seek out health care for that person. Moms may do research to see what choices they have, perhaps ones that they may have not known of before. They may ask other moms what they know, and who they know who could help. When homeopathy has helped a family member, which often is a child, the mom will continue to use homeopathy, bringing other family members in for homeopathic care and also telling their friends. They will be spreading homeopathy to the world, to their own world.
During the case taking with the patient, moms are helpful in giving their observations and knowledge of the patient. They will voice what they have noticed has changed. They will express their observations. Their information helps in knowing more about the particular family member who has come in for homeopathic care.
I feel very grateful for moms. A big thank to you all.
Flu And Seasonal Illnesses
We are starting the flu season and are hearing of other illnesses that are going around. Homeopathy can be very helpful if someone comes down with the flu, the coronavirus and other illnesses, including difficulty breathing. To know, it is okay to be sick. I often say that when we are sick, it is our body telling us, or rather forcing us, to rest and slow down.
With it being the holiday season we are busier than usual. We may experience many different emotions about the holiday season. We may have expectations about how the holidays need to be, and how we need to be. We are exposed to more people than usual, through socializing and traveling. We are doing and feeling more at this time of the year.
I have written several posts about the flu and homeopathy over the years. Here is a link to one of those posts. The Flu -What To Do? Homeopathy Can Help.
During this time of the year, take the time to take care of and for yourself. Listen to what you need. I specifically say this to moms, take that time.
Homeopathy To Heal
If you or a loved one is not feeling well, I invite you to contact me for a complimentary 15+ Get Acquainted Call to see if homeopathy is something you would like to pursue. I see people of all ages, from babies to older adults, for many different health issues, including the flu. I see people in person and virtually, both in and out of the San Diego, California area. You can contact me here or through my website www.homeopathytoheal.com.