Homœopathic Links 2012; 25(1): 27-29
DOI: 10.1055/s-0031-1298192
MATERIA MEDICA AND CASES

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Kali for the Family Oriented Person … or Not!

Rajesh Bhide
  • United Kingdom
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Publikationsdatum:
14. März 2012 (online)

Summary

Repertory can be SUCH an important tool in our day-to-day practise. It can either confirm or totally change the image of a remedy; it's just a matter of looking at it with an open unbiased mind. Perhaps this is what Hahnemann (also) meant by unprejudiced observer. This term is used normally when we are noting the signs and symptoms of the patient but this article depicts its importance even beyond that.

References

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Dr. Rajesh Bhide

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