“Spectrum of Homeopathy” is Narayana Publishers’ new journal, whose aim is to combine thorough clinical experience, compact information of materia medica, and diversity of methods.
Issues of 2022:
1/2022 LONG COVID
2/2022 MILK REMEDIES
Homeopathic remedies of animal origin have a special fascination since the remedy pictures often reflect the familiar characteristics of each species. This is especially true of the mammals. This remedy class has been substantially enlarged in recent years thanks to new provings and group analysis. In our issue “Cats and Dogs” from ten years ago, we presented cases from the wild relatives of the well-known major remedies Lac caninum and Lac felinum. In this issue we want to extend the scope to the other orders and families of the mammals, from the marsupials and rodents via horses and cloven-hoofed animals to marine mammals and primates. Using numerous cases of milk remedies from around the world, we want to elucidate the common characteristics as well as the unique aspects of the various different families. Of great interest are the differences between the predator and prey animals as well as between domesticated and wild species, which can play a key role in differential diagnosis. Together with the issues already available on the materia medica of the animal remedies, SPECTRUM aims to complete our comprehensive homeopathic synopsis of the animal kingdom.
3/2022 PLAGUE AND PSYCHE
In view of the outstanding significance of the pandemic for societies around the world and for homeopathic practice in particular, we are devoting a further issue to this topic, following our issues on the genus epidemicus and long Covid. Even if the acute infections are hopefully soon dropping thanks to vaccination and acquired immunity, we will certainly be mired in the long-term effects of this global crisis for many years to come. For people of all ages Covid-19 has become a synonym for multiple traumatic experiences: health fears, worries about work and future, loss of relatives without being able to say goodbye, social contact restrictions and deprivation, forced lockdown without the chance to exercise and move freely, loss of artistic expression and so on. At the same time the subjective experience of the pandemic for many people has encouraged suppressed feelings and conflicts to come to light. This combination of acute trauma and old wounds presents us with major challenges but also offers a special chance for deep healing. The cases in this issue aim to show how homeopathy can take advantage of this opportunity.