Wondrous Order: An Introduction to Michal Yakir’s “Table of Plants”
Date/time: Saturday, May 15th, 2021 (10am – 4pm EDT) | Cost: $75 | Lecturer: Pat Deacon
For years, most homeopaths have practiced with a relatively small group of plant remedies. In the last decade, however, our understanding of plants and how to use them has changed exponentially.
“Wonderful Plants” by Jan Scholten of the Netherlands and “Wondrous Order” by Michal Yakir of Israel burst upon the homeopathic scene about ten years ago. They gave us tools for approaching the plant kingdom, understanding the plants we prescribe, and expanding into other, often previously undiscovered, plant remedies.
The two systems vary and are, in fact, based on different botanical classifications. So, practitioners can choose one or the other or, like me, use both in their case analyses.
I am endlessly grateful to these brilliant homeopaths for gifting us with the fruit of their hard work.
Yakir’s system is one that aligns the evolution of plant groups alongside the human process of development, creating a system that helps us understand patient pathology in relation to a large number of plant remedies. Once explained her system is intuitive for those who understand the struggle of human development in psychological and philosophical terms.
In our class, I will introduce Michal Yakir’s table, with case examples, and suggest ways of using her classification system in your practice. I will also provide a short comparison with Scholten’s system, which you can choose to study in-depth the very next day.
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