Jenni Tree will talk on Michal Yakir’s system of “Wondrous Plants”
‘Wondrous Order – the Table of Plants’ is a new book of plant remedies by Michal Yakir, which offers a different way of understanding cases and remedies. She has developed a table, which uses the Cronquist order of evolution from the most primitive plants (Magnolids) to the most recently evolved (Asterids).
In the table, the rows represent developmental stages and the columns represent the journey of the Ego as it separates from the primal state of oneness, through the development of borders, through maturity and the responsibilities of commitment and relationship, to the strength of individuality.
In her workshop, Jenni will concentrate on developing a practical understanding of this table, then look at cases to work out remedy ideas and possibilities.
Jenni ran a busy practice for 30 years, edited books for Frans Vermeulen and other homeopaths, and taught all over the world. Now, she says she is trying to retire, although she has recently been working with Michal Yakir on ‘Wondrous Order’ and trying to raise funds to work in a Himalayan Tibetan Refugee Clinic as often as she can.
Tea and coffee will be provided at breaks but please bring your own lunch
All profits from “Inspired Talks” will go to Kids Inspire, an amazing charity that supports children, young people and families to heal the wounds of trauma, and reconnect with society through therapy and counselling. Kids Inspire recognises the benefits of Homeopathy and other complementary therapies in its work.