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No Va free Homeopathic Study Group

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Arlington, VA
Post #: 58
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Subject: Sept Mtgs of No Va Homeopathic Study Group

September 2012
at 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria, VA

First Meeting - Wednesday September 26, 2012, 7:30-9:30 pm at 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria, VA
Second Mtg – Wednesday, October 3, 2012, 7:30-9:30 pm at 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria, VA
Note the second meeting is in Oct, and other Oct meetings will be on the 17th and 31st.

Our Study Group is now a Homeopathy Discussion Group. The main objectives are to deepen our understanding of homeopathy and to learn to think homeopathically. This knowledge can help us to more effectively provide information to our homeopaths, deal with the conventional medical community and make good decisions for our family and friends, and for a wide variety life situations. A major focus will be homeopathic philosophy.

We will continue to meet on two Wednesdays a month.. The Internet Yahoo Group will continue so that we can share information on anything homeopathic.

Organon. We have decided to start with the founder and read the Organon. 2010 was the 200th anniversary of the publication of the first edition. It is amazing how each reading of the Organon reveals new information. The Wenda Brewster O'Reilly edited version is preferred, but you can also read the Dungoen, Boericke and Kunzli versions. (Kunzli does not have the Introduction.) It is well worth having at least one version. However, the Organon can be found online, including the Introduction, at­

We will be happy to provide basic information about the Organon to anyone new to the group. It is okay to start mid-way with us.

Also, since we have taken the summer off, let us take the opportunity to talk about what we want to discuss in the coming months. All ideas are welcome., including taking a break from the Organon and reading other books.

First Meeting Details – Sept. 26
We will read Chapter V, Homeopathic Treatment of Diseases, Aphorisms 146-151 on the Power of Homeopathic Medicines to Cure Diseases and Distinguishing between Minor Indispositions and More Serious Diseases.

Also please read the article entitled Organon of Medicine History & Development by Manish Bhatia in Hpathy Ezine, September, 2009 which can be found online at­ If you cannot access the article, email Carol at or call 703-998-0543 to receive a copy.

Second Meeting Details - October 3.
We will continue with reading the Organon, Aphorisms 152-156, some of the most important paragraphs in the Organon in the section entitled Strange, Rare and Peculiar Symptoms. Read an interesting article entitled Individualization by Manish Bhatia in Hpathy Ezine, September, 2009 which is found online at­

The Library is also available. Contact Joyce Cross (703 370-0074 or to make arrangements to borrow books or audio.

Upcoming Meeting Schedules follow. Remember meetings now on Wednesdays.
First Meeting:
Sept 26 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria
Oct 17 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria
Nov 14 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria

Second Meeting:
Oct 3 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria
Oct 31 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria
Nov 28 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria

DIRECTIONS TO 1117 Roan Lane, Alexandria, From I-395 North or South: Exit I-395 at Seminary Road going East. Continue on Seminary Rd., past the hospital, to the intersection with Quaker Lane. Turn left on Quaker Lane and take the first right on Key Drive. Take the third left to stay on Key Dr. Take the first right onto Roan Lane. The house is at the end of Roan Lane on the left. Call Victor Summers at 703-370-9627 if you need more information.

An alternate route is to take the Shirlington Exit off I-395. Follow the signs for Quaker Lane. Continue on Quaker Lane, past the intersection with King Street and Braddock Road, pass Bishop Lane on the left and take the next left onto Key Drive. Continue following the directions above.

Anyone who can take public transportation to Inova Alexandria Hospital, Carol can pick up at 7:15 pm and drive to Victor”s house which is only a short distance away. Or at the King Street Metro Station. Let her know in advance.
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