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Our next big event is at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Go to http://www.artandhomeopathy.org/events for details and information and downloads
We have a new article in Homeopathic Links this month. It’s called;
Homeopathy, Mythology and Poetry:Towards an Understanding of How Art, Myth and Homeopathy Are Inextricably Connected
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I have recently added a new practice address in Edinburgh West End. It’s at the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre, 25 Palmerstone Place, Edinburgh EH12 5AP.
I still see people at the Dunkeld practice address: Tigh Fhada, Inver, Dunkeld PH8 0JR
Another member of our Art & Homeopathy Group, Angelee Argawal is organising a new art proving of a substance she has potentised.
The proving will be from 11 am on July 9th at Hotel Elephant Studios, 23 Harper Rd, London SE1 6AW
There will be a small charge to cover materials, room rental and refreshments. (£10 per person, usually)
We are limited to a group of 12 or 13 max – so if anyone is interested, please contact Ian Hamilton.
Jill Newman, one of our group, has done a proving of an art work. Go to the Provings page on the Art and Homeopathy site to see it.Provings
Artists are knowingly at work within their own works, just as a remedy shows in an unconscious way in our patients; my thanks to Elizabeth Biagi for this link.
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Here is another great homeopathy event in Edinburgh in September, which I am helping to promote.
I have recently given up my Edinburgh practice address and I am doing the same as in London and seeing patients where they want to be, in more informal settings.
In Edinburgh now it’s at Valvona and Crolla Vin Cafee.