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Date posted: May 25, 2013

During the seminar, Mr. Vithoulkas will treat patients with a severe pathology or long-lasting chronic diseases. This allows you to experience live and online his special techniques of taking the case. Subsequently, he will make an elaborate analysis of the case taking into account the theory and differentiation of the eligible remedies.

For the very first time you can follow this year’s supervision seminar which takes place between 27th and 31st May under the leadership of George Vithoulkas on the Greek island of Alonnisos via Live-Stream on your computer, laptop or tablet.

During the live-stream you can direct YOUR professional questions to our e-mail address kontakt@homoeopathie-verstehen.de . He will then take each of your questions and answer these within the framework of this seminar.

You have now the opportunity of studying the course wherever you want and still be able to participate with your colleagues on Alonnisos at the same time. Only you will have to miss the wonderful atmosphere of Alonnisos. Nonetheless, you will receive top-class information based on George Vithoulkas’ practical experience of more than 50 years straight to your home.

Should you not be able to participate in the live courses during this 5-day seminar, you still have the opportunity to watch any missed lessons 12 hours after the live session by retrieving the lesson from our Mediathek on our website www.homoeopathie-verstehen.de  – for a period of up to 15 days!

The login is very easy – you only need some knowledge of German or English and suitable reception equipment.

By participating in this pilot project you simultaneously support the worldwide distribution of homeopathy and contribute to enabling many people to get access to homeopathic knowledge also in the future. We look forward to your joining us online.

Link : www.homoeopathie-verstehen.de    www.understanding-homeopathy.net

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  1. Dr Shaikh Shamsur Rahman says:

    Good news.

    Thanks to Dr George Vithoulkas.

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