This is a very important question and, of course, there are many levels to the answer. Firstly it is important to be trained by those homeopaths who have a good deal of experience in the field of homeopathy and, who are able to draw on this vast clinical experience. It takes many, many years to be in this position to be able to turn around and share knowledge and both guide and mentor the upcoming student.
This is so important, as these experienced homeopaths have taken what they have learnt and not only tried and tested the teaching, but have been able to inform due to their extensive clinical practice. Clinical practice is what evolves homeopathy beyond the texts and teachings.
Researching which teaching institution resonates with you is a good first step. Like everything within our culture, homeopathy has “its own tribes”. This simply makes the colleges…
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