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Aperture Homeopathy Training (C) – An Interview with Dhanistha Devi Dasi Founder and Creator of Aperture and Principal of the Dhanvantari College of Homeopathy.

Dhanvantari College of Homeopathy  is the only  homeopathic college, world-wide which teaches Aperture Homeopathy.  This amazing method of homeopathy was devised by the Principal of the College, Dhanistha Devi Dasi.   Dhanistha has had the great good fortune of working as a homeopath in many countries world-wide, during her 30 years of experience as a homeopath.

When I asked her about the methodology and how it came about, we started to speak about the real expressions of the fundamental laws of nature, and the fact that really, they are very, very simple in their concepts.   We spoke about the images which  arise  around such concepts  and, which tend to support these laws of nature.  Of course most theories or methods as we call them in homeopathy need to evolve or sometimes to be revised to match the needs of the patients.  There are times, we both agreed that ” you don’t know what you don’t know, but that remaining open allows in possibilities”.

We then spoke about the emergence in recent years of various methods of homeopathy which really seem to make a difference.  These of course, are often working models which are employed to assist patients and, of course, can change at any given time or, they can be modified or applied or used in different ways.

Some of these methods though she felt, were timeless and emerged from the core of mankind’s psyche and this is where she believes Aperture (TM) emerged from and, also why it lends itself to all patients as it shape shifts to meet ‘just where they are at” and then provides such a picture of depth and breadth that it is as if a “camera lens were placed into the psyche from which all the somatizations emerged”.

Dhanistha put it very well, so much so I felt all my images about our conversation start to shift to that point!

Aperture Methodology (TM) is exciting.  Whether you enrol into an Undergraduate course, one of the Post Graduate or Masters Professional Degrees, you can be brought into the “shape of Aperture”.

Check out all the courses DCH has to offer at these professional levels or enrol for one of the Get Away Weekend Workshops for Professionals held locally in the Byron Bay area of Northern New South Wales.

The next Aperture Intensive is May 2018.   If you are looking to expand your skills and add to your professional development portfolio, then this is for you.

Always ensure that the homeopath you consult is fully qualified.  If you are looking for an Aperture Methodology (TM) Homeopath then ensure that they are registered with us, and display this in their credentials all Aperture Trained and Certified Homeopaths hold a Diploma from Dhanvantari College of Homeopathy and have the added Aperture Certification.

 Their qualifications should reveal this.  If you are unsure then contact us and we will check the Register to ensure that they are on our list of graduates.  It is unfortunate though, that in today’s world people often hold themselves out to be someone they are not.  Your health and well being is paramount so it is vital to ensure that you are being treated by a qualified and insured homeopath.

Aperture Homeopathy (TM) is only taught at The Dhanvantari College of Homeopathy.

 

 

 

 


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Who is really listening?

The Panther
His vision, from the constantly passing bars,
has grown so weary that it cannot hold
anything else. It seems to him there are
a thousand bars; and behind the bars, no world.

As he paces in cramped circles, over and over,
the movement of his powerful soft strides
is like a ritual dance around a center
in which a mighty will stands paralyzed.

Only at times, the curtain of the pupils
lifts, quietly—. An image enters in,
rushes down through the tensed, arrested muscles,
plunges into the heart and is gone.

(Rainer Maria Rilke)

This beautiful poem by Rainer Maria Rilke paints a particularly poignant image when we look at the crisis which is the “diagnosed child”  . Although many professionals in the health industry, worldwide, seek to isolate the causation of such tragic situations to a single factor, this is, unfortunately not so.
The multiple variations of tragedies within this area have an equal multiplicity of reasons, connections and overlappings. In other words, the cake baked has many ingredients. Everything from problems relating to pregnancy, auto-toxic states, pharmacy, dysfunctional bonding with parents, core emotional issues within parents, themselves and their families of origin, failure to thrive problems and much, much more. Finding a way through this “spiders web” of symptoms and their origins takes time.   It is, however, time well invested.
This culture resides in a culture of “noise” and this noise is created by everything that is overvalued and deified, from mobiles, to mp3’s, and, from machines to jet planes.  Noise in our culture today somehow implies ” evolution and importance.” It is no wonder that so many children suffer from appalling “noise sensitivity” including the “noise” which “cannot be heard”, but is felt, much like a dog hearing a dog whistle.  By that I mean all the EMF’s and other subtle “sub-noise” which affects so much of their health, at so many levels..

Even in utero, an environment which is meant to be the ultimate place of peace, tranquillity and protection, automation has moved in, along with the toxins, both emotional and physical of parents, who are attracted to the “calling of the noise” of this so called evolved society and culture.    We have to ask ourselves, “who is really listening?’.

Is the race to “normalise” a child in this area, simply another part of the already “noise/ rat-race/ run” creating further stress upon the already stressed nervous systems and psyches in our children?     Is the inadequacy of the generation of parents who bore them simply thrust upon these souls in order to free themselves of their own guilt and shame at not “becoming successful, liked or adored enough” in their own lives?    There are many questions here which beg answers and not simply from a medical model, but rather, deeper questions which need to be put to a whole culture, a whole society, who chases after the “deity of noise”.

Over my long history as a homeopathic practitioner, I have been fortunate enough to work with hundreds of children.  I was also blessed to have many children and grandchildren myself.   I found the following to be true around children.

Children are incredible at attempting to fix things for their parents.   Children will try to supply what parents are lacking in themselves and will always attempt to be responsive to the feelings, experiences, longings and inadequacies of the parents.   In short, they will carry the burden.    In truth, they should not have to.

When working with these types of children, being able to access the parents via consultations for themselves is the key factor in being able to offload the material which really does not belong to them.    Working in family consultations helps to place people where they are meant to be, not where they think they should be.

This allows the loving and gracious space which arises in a family who are both aware and willing to move beyond “the world of noise” into a connected space of pure love.